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Top cat and other stories

Top cat and other stories

Donaldson, Julia

The Children's Laureate and best-selling author of 'The Gruffalo', Julia Donaldson, has carefully created the 'Songbirds' series to support children who are learning to read. It builds children's confidence through a clear phonics development with gradual progression

Book. English.
Published Oxford University Press, 2012
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Available at Burnt Oak.

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Details

Statement of responsibility: Julia Donaldson
ISBN: 0192792962, 9780192792969
Physical Description: 120p : col. ill. ; 220x200mm. : 296gm.
Series: Songbirds phonics ; 1
Subject: Children's stories, English.; Readers (Elementary)
Series Title: Songbirds phonics.

Description

Children's Laureate, Julia Donaldson, has captivated children all over the world with her lively and engaging stories. Songbirds Phonics have been carefully created by Julia to support children who are learning to read and are used in schools to teach phonics and inspire a love of reading.

This Level 1+ Songbirds collection contains 12 exciting phonics stories in one, with built-in progression to build reading confidence and success:

·Top Cat

·Sam's Pot

·Bob Bug

·Dig, Dig, Dig

·Zak and the Vet

·Mum Bug's Bag

·Cat Naps

·Pen Fun

·The Pins and the Pegs

·Is it?

·Mix, Mix, Mix

The Songbirds series offers a clear phonics development with gradual progression and lots of practice to help children gain reading confidence. It provides a fantastic breadth and variety of storylines, rhyme, rhythm and genres by the nation's favourite children's author, with vibrant and humorous illustrations to engage children and stimulate discussion. There are also useful tips and ideas for parents/carers.

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Reviews

"Songbirds Phonics is a pedigree scheme worth every penny for helping children get to grips with words, sounds and spelling patterns, and to inspire a love of reading . . . Julia Donaldson has described Songbirds as her 'proudest achievement' and it is easy to see why."
John Dabell, Teach Primary