Make a Monkey by Jay Dale


Make a Monkey by Jay Dale

Engage Literacy is the new reading scheme from Raintree that introduces engaging and contemporary content to motivate and support early readers while providing a reliable and instructional framework. All titles are precisely levelled, with new vocabulary being introduced and reinforced throughout the levels. The Red book band comprises 6 fiction and 6 non-fiction books at levels 3, 4 and 5.

About the Author

Jay Dale is the lead author and consultant for Engage Literacy. Jay comes from a teaching background, having taught in both Australia and Japan. She is also an experienced editor and publisher. An accomplished children's book author, Jay has written extensively for leading educational publishers and has many successful titles currently in print. Jay has also authored and published electronic products including teaching objects for interactive whiteboards and digital activities for children.

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16 pages
Interest Age: From 4


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Publication date

15th September 2012



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