Let's Read: A Squash and a Squeeze
Julia Donaldson
Axel Scheffler
Price  125.00
The complete story and original illustrations of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's bestelling picture book, A SQUASH AND A SQUEEZE, have been specially re-designed into a smaller early reader format. Created with expert advice from a literacy consultant, this new version offers children a natural next step on from picture books to support them as they grow in reading confidence. The little old lady's house is far too small. So the wise old man tells her to squeeze in a crowd of farm animals. She'll be amazed how big her house feels when she pushes them out again! "This is a great series which, by using well-loved stories, will encourage young children to become enthusiastic, independent readers." - Dr Fiona Maine, Lecturer in Literacy Education, University of Cambridge Sixteen titles available in this series, including THE GRUFFALO, ROOM ON THE BROOM, WHAT THE LADYBIRD HEARD, HAMILTON'S HATS, CATS AHOY!, THE PRINCESS AND THE PIG and MONSTERS: AN OWNER'S GUIDE.
ISBN 9781447236948Category ChildrenSubcategory Fiction
Publisher Pan Macmillan IndiaImprint Macmillan Childrens BooksPublished 02/01/2014
Format 198 x 126Binding PaperbackPage extent 32
Age group 12+
author note
Julia Donaldson, the 2011-13 UK Children's Laureate, is the prize-winning... »
 
 
 
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