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Scholastic Acorns Early Readers Pack x 5 Pack

5books

Suitable for 5 - 6 years

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Product description

A lovely new series of easy-read stories from Scholastic. Pick a book. Grow a reader! All of these heartwarming stories are written by top authors, with colour pictures and simple text that’s perfect for reading on your own. In this pack you’ll find three books by Dav Pilkey, the bestselling author of Dog Man and Captain Underpants, as well as two other funny stories.

  • A new Scholastic series to support beginner readers
  • Simple text, gentle humour and bright colour artwork
  • Top authors including Dav Pilkey and Jonathan Fenske
  • Colour-coded speech bubbles and engaging activities
  • Developed to boost reading confidence and fluency

Product Details

Catalogue number

130 in ROW Primary May 2022 and 34 in ROW Primary March 2022

Format

Paperback

Date published

November 7th, 2019

Condition

New

UK edition

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  1. CS
    on 29 January 2022

    Trigger warning!

    I bought these as party favours and luckily I flicked through them first. A Friend for Dragon should come with a warning as it touches on the topic of death in quite a big way.

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