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In the Dark
Part of the Reading Stars Series
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In the Dark byIn the dark I cannot see, in the dark there is no light. In the Dark is a phonics-based reading book, covering the third phase of letters and sounds that children learn in school, with the focus on adjacent consonants and polysyllabic words. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs, this 230-word first-person narrative features a fully decodable text, suitable for ages 6 - 7. In the Dark 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).
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17th March 2015
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