Max Has a Bad Night by


Max Has a Bad Night by

Tonight Max will sleep in his wigwam in the garden. But things don't go well, and Max has a bad night. Max Has a Bad Night is a low level phonics reading book, covering the second set of basic letters and sounds that children learn in school. Beautifully illustrated throughout, this 200-word fiction story features a fully decodable text, suitable for ages 5 - 7. Max Has a Bad Night is part of Ransom Reading Stars, a structured programme for children learning to read. The series has fifteen levels: four phonics levels and eleven book band levels (Pink through to Lime).

About the Author

Hannah Welchman has written a number of early years readers. She combines writing with a career in publishing.

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12 pages


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Publication date

17th March 2015



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