The Enormous Turnip by


The Enormous Turnip by

The Enormous Turnip is a Level One Read it Yourself book from Ladybird. Read it yourself is a learning to read series of classic, traditional stories with four levels of difficulty to suit the stage your child is at with reading. Written in a simple way for young readers, they will build their confidence in learning to read as they progress through each level. Familiar fairytales and exciting stories will amuse children and encourage them to progress further with this series and become confident readers. Each book in the Read it yourself with Ladybird series is carefully structured to include many everyday words that are vital for first reading/beginner readers. They also contain clear, beautiful pictures for extra support and interest. Extra puzzle questions at the end of each book further help with comprehension. This Read it yourself version of The Enormous Turnip is a level 1 title and so suitable for children who are beginning to learn to read. The story is told simply, using short sentences and a small number of frequently repeated words. Trust Ladybird to help your child learn to read and become a confident reader. Level 1 Rumpelstiltskin; The Enormous Turnip; The Ugly Duckling; Goldilocks and the Three Bears; Cinderella; Little Red Hen; The Magic Porridge Pot; The Three Billy Goats Gruff Level 2 Chicken Licken; Sly Fox and Red Hen; Town Mouse and Country Mouse; The Gingerbread Man; Little Red Riding Hood; Sleeping Beauty; The Three Little Pigs; Level 3 Rapunzel; Hansel and Gretel; Jack and the Beanstalk; The Elves and the Shoemaker Level 4 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs; Heidi; The Pied Piper of Hamelin; and The Wizard of Oz.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 7


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Publication date

5th May 2011



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