2.Raccoon on the Moon:-A funny rhyming story with phonic repetition and colourful illustrations specially designed to help children learn to read. “Goodbye!” cries Raccoon, “I’m off to the moon. I’ll be back by lunchtime, or late afternoon.” Goose grins and she giggles. “You foolish Raccoon!” Simple, rhyming text helps children to develop essential language and early reading skills, and there are guidance notes for parents at the back of the book.
3.Mole in a Hole:-This lively rhyming story with irresistible illustrations and phonic repetition is a delight to share with very young children. It can also be enjoyed by children who are starting to read for themselves. Simple rhyming text helps to develop early language and reading skills, and there are notes for parents about phonics and reading aloud together.
4.Kangaroo at the Zoo:-This humorous rhyming story with colourful illustrations and phonic repetition has been specially written for children who are learning to read. “What a hullabaloo, someone new at the zoo! ‘How do you do? I’m a kangaroo!’” The simple text helps children develop key language skills, and there are parents’ notes on phonics and reading together, too.
|Title||Phonics Readers -Kangaroo at the zoo and other stories (A book set)||Height||210|
|Author||Usborne Publishing Ltd||Width||210|
|Publisher||Usborne Publishing Ltd||Pages|