On the TV by Tony Norman


On the TV by Tony Norman

The TV man has to go up so high. But he will not miss a kick. And I can be on TV! See what the TV man has to do each game! Filled with fantastic full colour photos, 'On the TV' is part of Goal! Level 2. Not only will the story of TV man fascinate any young football fan but it also will allow them to make progress in their reading skills by looking at the main letters and sounds whilst also introducing football related vocabulary. 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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8 pages


Tony Norman
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Publication date

1st September 2008



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