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Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales : Level 1: Little Red Hen - Nikki Gamble

Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales

Level 1: Little Red Hen

By: Nikki Gamble, Teresa Heapy, Scott Nash (Illustrator)

Paperback Published: 8th September 2011
ISBN: 9780198339045
Number Of Pages: 12

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The Little Red Hen is based on the Russian folk tale of a hen who works hard to make some bread; unlike the animals around her, who are too lazy to help ...This popular story written by Nikki Gamble and beautifully illustrated by Scott Nash will capture your child's imagination! It has been sensitively created to enable your child to engage with the story and discuss the pictures with confidence, whilst capturing the magic of the original tale. There are useful tips for parents and an engaging story map inside the book to help you and your child retell the story together. The Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales series includes 40 of the best known stories from all over the world, which have been passed down for generations. They are a perfect introduction to different cultures, traditions and morals. All the stories are carefully levelled to Oxford Reading Tree stages and matched to the phonic progression in Letters and Sounds enabling your children to read the stories independently. Accompanying free Teaching notes are available online at www.oxfordprimary.co.uk/tales , along with an eBook and storyteller video for each stage. Parents can also visit www.oxfordowl.co.uk for practical advice, helpful information about phonics, lots of fun activities and free eBooks.

ISBN: 9780198339045
ISBN-10: 0198339046
Series: Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales
Audience: Primary / High School
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 12
Published: 8th September 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 21.0  x 0.2
Weight (kg): 0.06

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