Can You See Me? by Tony Norman
  

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Can You See Me? by Tony Norman

Carl is dead. He was hurt in a game years ago. But Ravi can see him. Now Carl asks Ravi to set him free. Can Ravi do this for Carl? Can You See Me? Part 2 is part of the Goal! reading series for reluctant and struggling readers. A series fully compatible with any synthetic phonis teaching programme. Beautifully illustrated in colour, this story continues the introduction of graphemes and phonemes and builds some more complex sounds. Interest Age: 6-14 years. Reading Age: Reception/KS1. Published by Ransom Publishing

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Format

Paperback
12 pages

Author

Tony Norman
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Publisher

Ransom Publishing

Publication date

1st September 2008

ISBN

9781841678641


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