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Wind In The Willows

Written by Lesley Sims

Part of the Young Reading Series 2 Series

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Young Reading: Series Two. Mole, Ratty, Badger and the infamous Mr Toad love nothing more than messing around on the river. But when Mr Toad develops an obsession with motor vehicles, will his friends be able to help before he loses everything?. 64 pages in length this level is for children whose confidence in reading is developing well. Anything up to 2500 words, these stories use varied sentence lengths, more complex sentence structure and more challenging vocabulary. Mostly broken up by chapters, subjects include classic tales, myths and legends, mystery stories and non-fiction.


Wind In The Willows Synopsis

Part of the "Usborne Young Reading Series 2", this title is a re-telling of the Kenneth Grahame story following the adventures of four riverside companions: Mole, Ratty, Badger and of course the eponymous Mr Toad.

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ISBN: 9781409599296
Publication date: 01/11/2015
Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9780746084403
Publication date: 31/08/2007
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780746084403
Publication date: 31st August 2007
Author: Lesley Sims
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 64 pages
Suitable for: 5+ readers
Genres: General Fiction
Recommendations: eBooks

About Lesley Sims

Lesley has written ever since she can remember. After winning prizes for English at school, she went on to study law at university because her mother insisted she had something to fall back on. She qualified as a barrister but realised she didn't want to spend her life in a wig. She was also writing short stories when she should have been revising for her Bar Finals, another clue that she wasn't cut out for legal life. Instead, she joined a small publishing company and edited their directory of the legal profession. In 1993, Usborne Publishing advertised for a fiction editor ...

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