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Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Traditional Tales Phonics The Man, The Boy and The Donkey and Other Stories Nikki Gamble

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Traditional Tales Phonics The Man, The Boy and The Donkey and Other Stories By Nikki Gamble

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Traditional Tales Phonics The Man, The Boy and The Donkey and Other Stories by Nikki Gamble


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Summary

This beautiful collection contains traditional tales that have been carefully retold using phonics and familiar languages so that children can read them for themselves. It contains 4 stories in 1: The Lazy Fox, Stone Soup, The Man, the Boy and the Donkey and Hans in Luck.

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Traditional Tales Phonics The Man, The Boy and The Donkey and Other Stories Summary

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Traditional Tales Phonics The Man, The Boy and The Donkey and Other Stories by Nikki Gamble

Search for 'Read with Oxford' to find out more about an exciting NEW range of levelled readers for children aged 3-8 These well-loved traditional stories have been carefully retold using phonics and familiar language so that children can read them for themselves. This Level 4 collection contains these 4 enjoyable stories: Three Rocks based on the story Stone Soup; Hans in Luck which is a German folk tale; Tom, Dad and Colin which is based on Aesop's fable The Man, the Boy and the Donkey; and The Foolish Fox which is based on the tale The Lazy Fox, and in this story the lazy fox asks some sheep to farm the land for him, in return for half of the food they grow. Little does he know that the sheep are planning to outwit him! The Traditional Tales series offers: *A clear phonics progression providing lots of practice to build reading confidence and success. *A range of tales from around the world - a perfect introduction to different cultures and traditions. *A rich selection of stories and illustrations to capture your child's imagination and inspire a love of reading. *Support for parents including tips, talking points and a fun activity after every story. Also visit www.oxfordowl.co.uk for practical advice, helpful information about phonics, lots of fun activities, free storyteller videos and free eBooks.

About Nikki Gamble

Nikki Gamble is the founder and Director of Write Away and Just Imagine Story Centre. Nikki has worked in education and reading promotion for over 25 years, Formerly a teacher (secondary and primary) and teacher educator; she is lecturer, writer and education consultant. Nikki is also on the current Executive Committee of United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA). Monica Hughes began her working life teaching young children and spent several years as the head teacher of a primary school. She then moved on to training teachers before taking up writing the kind of books she wished she'd had when a teacher. Alison Hawes is a fulltime freelance writer and has written over 200 titles to date. She has had books published by most major UK educational publishers as well as by smaller, more specialist publishers. Her books are sold worldwide and some have been translated into French and Chinese. Andres Martinez Ricci is an illustrator from Argentina. His drawings have appeared in many graphic media like magazines, newspapers and advertising over the last 15 years. He works for clients in Europe and USA, with several books published by editorial houses such as Macmillan, Harcourt, Pearson, Oxford University Press, among others. He develops his work illustrating articles, in the creation of characters, illustrating literature and comics. Currently living in Spain, he has his studio in Madrid. Paeony Lewis wrote publicity for a non-fiction publisher until her two children provided the inspiration for her first books. Her picture books are now sold worldwide and have been translated into twelve languages. Her popular book, I'll Always Love You, has been read on the BBC show Tweenies. Inspired by the fine art of living, Matte Stephens paints with gouache his happy visions of today's optimistic friends and families with a refined twist. They are immediately friendly and reminiscent of a simpler time he wishes was today. He shows his paintings all over the world. His commercial clients include Herman Miller, Chronicle Books, American Express and IBM. Mark Beech was first inspired to draw by his art teacher at primary school. He has worked with Ogilvy and Mather, The Early Learning Centre, Mothercare, Ladybird Books, Bloomsbury and Harper Collins. He worked with Orchard Books to create the Prince Jake series of children's book and with Alan MacDonald and Bloomsbury to create a series of books called The History of Warts. Tony Ross is a British illustrator and author for children. He trained at the Liverpool School of Art and has worked as a cartoonist, a graphic designer, as the Art Director of an advertising agency, and as Senior Lecturer in Art at Manchester Polytechnic. He lives in Nottingham. Tony Ross has become one of the best known creators of original and traditional picture books and his work has been sold all over the world. Sara and Jan discovered they both wanted to write books for children and that it was much more fun writing them together. In between cups of tea and gossip they've produced over 130 stories, several poems and a play. Traditional stories were very much part of their childhood and they love any chance to retell them.

Additional information

GOR005322717
9780192736062
019273606X
Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Traditional Tales Phonics The Man, The Boy and The Donkey and Other Stories by Nikki Gamble
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2013-09-05
80
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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