Tree Fu Tom: Tree Fu Team Colour First Reader by
  

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Tree Fu Tom: Tree Fu Team Colour First Reader by

There's a big Squizzle tournament, but the team aren't playing very well. So, Tom leads them on a quest for a mysterious Squizzle that will help them play perfectly. But are their new skills really because of this new Squizzle, or have they learnt something along the way? Tom will need Big World magic help to save the day in this exciting colour first reader, perfect for early readers who are comfortable tackling new words and starting to read on their own. Plus, look out for the bonus activities that can be downloaded via a special QR code inside the book! Including a make-your-own Holopax and Sapstone Belt, a reward chart, a make-your-own Enchanted Squizzle and questions to help discussion about the story after reading.

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Join Tom on his quest for a mysterious new Squizzle in this Colour First Reader, perfect for early readers who are comfortable tackling new words and starting to read on their own.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

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Publisher

Bantam Children an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

22nd May 2014

ISBN

9780857511621


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