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Oxford Reading Tree All Stars: Oxford Level 12: Pack 4A (Class pack of 36)

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ISBN 9780198377665
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Oxford Reading Tree All Stars: Oxford Level 12: Pack 4A (Class pack of 36)

Author/s: Tom Moorhouse, Cas Lester, Meg Harper, Joanna Nadin, Timothy Knapman and Jonny Zucker

Oxford Reading Tree All Stars stories are imaginative yet age-appropriate, perfect for stretching able infants. 

All Stars is endorsed by Potential Plus.

Class Pack of 36 (4a) Contains 6 of Each:
The Crayfish Catchers 
Nan and the Baaad Sheep 
Griff and the Griffin 
Normal Norma 
Extinct 
The Creatures at Number 9

Features:

  • Ensure your higher-level readers reach their potential with inspiring new fiction.
  • Specially-written, challenging stories that are content-appropriate for 5 to 7 year-olds, by well-known authors including Ali Sparkes, Tom Moorhouse and Narinder Dhami.
  • Finely-levelled to develop reading and comprehension skills and stretch able readers.
  • Encourages children's love of reading and expands their imaginative scope, exposing them to a wide variety of fiction genres and narrative styles.
  • Designed for independent reading in the classroom and at home to build stamina and improve comprehension skills.
  • The only series to offer Lime Plus: our new highest reading level for children in KS1/P2-3.
  • Child-friendly cover questions and teaching notes help quick readers to slow down and reflect on their understanding of the text.
  • Free teaching notes on Oxford Owl offer support tailored to able readers for guided reading, independent reading and writing activities.
  • Perfect for supporting children to meet the higher expectations of the 2014 National Curriculum.

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