Milly Molly and the Wind by Gill Pittar
  

Synopsis

Milly Molly and the Wind by Gill Pittar

Tom and Jack are no match for the wind and Milly and Molly can do little to help them. Theme: Respect for nature Suitable for Key Stage 1 readers, the Milly, Molly series will challenge and encourage children - enhancing their reading skills at home and at school. Broken down in to 6 levels, from ages 5 to 7, parents and teachers will find it easy to build up children's confidence and teach them to think about what they are reading. Milly and Molly will engage children and implicitly inform them about good values and the acceptance of diversity. With each book they will learn about a new theme, every story told in a fun an interesting style; a brilliant set of books, filled with colourful illustrations.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Gill Pittar
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Publisher

Sweet Cherry Publishing

Publication date

15th May 2014

ISBN

9781782261384


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