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Read with Oxford: Stage 3: Non-fiction: Fantastic Nature

A collection of six non-fiction texts exploring fantastic nature.

Series Editor Nikki Gamble, Author Rob Alcraft, Author Jan Burchett, Author Sara Vogler, Author Hawys Morgan, Author Vivian French, Author Mick Manning, Author Brita Granström, Author Catherine Veitch, Illustrator Mark Beech, Illustrator Aleksei Bitskoff, Illustrator Mick Manning, Illustrator Madison Mastrangelo, and others

Suitable for:  Read with Oxford Stage 3: Growing reader. Ideal for children who are growing in reading confidence. Age 4-5

Price:  £10.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-276969-5
Publication date: 02/05/2019 (estimated)
Paperback: 104 pages
Dimensions: 219x193mm

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Explore the fantastic nature all around you in this fascinating collection of six non-fiction texts.
This Read with Oxford Stage 3 collection is ideal for children who are growing in reading confidence.
Read with Oxford offers an exciting range of carefully levelled reading books to build your child's reading confidence.

This page was last updated on 17 March 2019 at 04:30 GMT


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