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101 Ways to get your Child to Read

Written by Patience Thomson

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For parents: There are many different reasons why children find learning to read difficult. Calmly and with loads of different tips, this book helps to guide parents to understand the myriad problems which may be causing the difficulty and gives them practical ways to help their child make progress. Celebrities familiar with the issues give their helpful hints, too. This is part of the 2009 World Book Day Quick Reads initiative.

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For parents: There are many different reasons why children find learning to read difficult. Calmly and with loads of different tips, this book helps to guide parents to understand the myriad problems which may be causing the difficulty and gives them practical ways to help their child make progress. Celebrities familiar with the issues give their helpful hints, too. This is part of the 2009 World Book Day Quick Reads initiative.

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ISBN: 9781842996713
Publication date: 05/03/2009
Publisher: Barrington Stoke Ltd
Format: Paperback

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ISBN: 9781842996713
Publication date: 5th March 2009
Author: Patience Thomson
Publisher: Barrington Stoke Ltd
Format: Paperback
Suitable for: 3+ readers

About Patience Thomson

Patience Thomson 1935-2020 was a writer, lecturer and expert on reading. She specialised in dyslexia, with a Masters from Bangor University, and was head teacher of Fairly House. She co-founded Barrington Stoke, a publisher of books for reluctant and dyslexic readers and was also a trustee of the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre. Read an obituary from Jane Walker, Barrington Stoke.

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