The Biggest Baddest Wolf by Nick Ward
  

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The Biggest Baddest Wolf by Nick Ward

Harum Scarum is the biggest, baddest, hairiest, scariest wolf in the city. And he loves to frighten people! But when he loses his teddy, he doesn't seem so scary after all...The Biggest Baddest Wolf is Level 4 of Ready Steady Read! a fantastic graded reading scheme with four reading levels from Little Tiger Press. Ready Steady Read! makes learning to read fun. Each book contains games and activities to reinforce learning and test comprehension in a way developing readers will enjoy as well as handy parent notes from Prue Goodwin, Lecturer in Literacy and Children's Books. Level 4 is suitable for able readers. The stories will help build their confidence, opening up the world of reading and imagination to them. About Level 4:* for able readers with longer sentences with complex structure* rich, exciting vocabulary* complex stories of up to 400 words* emphasis on text more than illustrations

About the Author

Nick Ward lives in a small rural village with his wife Amanda, their two children Jimmy and Mala, and two mad cats Fred and Wilma. Nick works from a studio in an old Victorian school, loves reading and spends many hours amongst dusty documents researching his family history.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Nick Ward
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group
www.littletiger.co.uk

Publication date

1st July 2013

ISBN

9781848956780


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