Sid and Nan Invent by Nicola Sandford
  

Sid and Nan Invent

Written by Nicola Sandford
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Part of the Phonics Bug Series

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Sid and Nan Invent by Nicola Sandford

This title is part of Phonics Bug - the first Phonics programme to bring together research-based teaching methods with 100% decodable books, CBeebies video, and an online reading world to give today's children a firm, fun foundation in Phonics. In this book for Phonics Phase 3: Sid and Nan go to their shed and invent something...odd! This book includes the following words: they, she. This title was originally published as part of Rigby Star Phonics.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Nicola Sandford
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Publisher

Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9781408260548


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