The Silver Ball The Cup by Tony Norman
  

Synopsis

The Silver Ball The Cup by Tony Norman

Part of Goal! Level 1, this book contains only pictures and no words, introducing students to books and narratives without focusing on texts. This book is the third part of a three part story. The fantastic full colour illustrations pick up where the second book left off, with the boy dreaming of winning the cup while playing for an American team. The narrative promotes discussion of big matches and students' own dreams for the future. Goal! is a series of synthetic phonics-based books, published by Ransom Publishing, for reluctant readers who have never got to grips with conventional reading schemes. Goal! is ideal for struggling readers aged 6+ with a reading age of 3 years.

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Format

Paperback
8 pages

Author

Tony Norman
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Publisher

Ransom Publishing

Publication date

1st September 2008

ISBN

9781841678344


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