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Written by Lesley Sims
Illustrated by Andrew Roland
Part of the Very First Reading SeriesWrite A Review
Grizzly Bear Rock introduces the useful letter-combinations ch sh ng and th. It’s important for your child to learn to recognise these combinations and read them correctly as distinct sounds, not just read the sounds of the individual letters. The objective of the 15 books in the Very First Reading series is to enthuse your child through rhyme to learn and to enjoy the art of reading and to read with confidence and enthusiasm, which in turn will result in reading becoming a lifetime’s pleasure. Each book builds on material from the previous ones and together with the rhyming stories there are some superb illustrations in a range of different styles. You can also purchase all 15 in one boxed set together with a Parents’ Guide to the series. This series is ideal to compliment learning to read as the child starts school or even beforehand to give them a head start before they actually start school.
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The fifth title in the new Usborne Very First Reading series, designed for younger children to introduce them to reading together with their parents. Parents and children take turns to read from the page (the text clearly marked for who should be reading) and as the books progress in the series the adults read less and less and the child more and more. There are puzzles at the end to check the child's understanding of the text and guidance notes for the parents. Beautiful illustrations help to motivate beginner readers.
|Publication date:||26th March 2010|
|Publisher:||Usborne Publishing Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
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 ...More About Lesley Sims