Can You See Me? by Tony Norman
  

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Can You See Me? by Tony Norman

Ravi meets Carl, but Carl is dead! He is a ghost. He was hurt in a game years ago. Carl asks Ravi for help, can Ravi set him free? Can You See Me? Part 1 is part of Goal!, a series fully compatible with any synthetic phonics teaching programme. Beautifully illustrated in colour, this story continues the introduction of graphemes and phonemes and builds some more complex sounds. The Goal! series is published by Ransom Publishing, specialists in books for reluctant and struggling readers. It is ideal for children aged 6 - 14, with a reading age of Reception/KS1.

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Format

Paperback
12 pages

Author

Tony Norman
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Publisher

Ransom Publishing

Publication date

1st September 2008

ISBN

9781841678634


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