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Usborne First Reading: The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Level 3)

by Mairi MacKinnon (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 5 - 7 years

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Product description

Every day, Sam takes the same old sheep up the same old mountain. What can he do to make life more exciting? First Reading Level 3 are real books for beginner readers which develop reading stamina through simple, repetitive text. Includes several pages of reading-related puzzles. Part of the Usborne Reading Programme developed with reading experts at the University of Roehampton.

Product Details

Series

Usborne First Reading

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9780746085592

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

February 29th, 2008

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430L Lexiles are the global standard in reading assessment. They are unique as they are able to measure a child and a book on the same scale – ensuring the right book gets to the right child at the right time.

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  1. Too-Amazayn
    on 6 March 2013

    Fairy Tales are so special in our childhood and even as we age and read different things we still think of them as classics that will never fade. The boy who cried wolf had really struck a chord in me as a child