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Marathon

Author: John Foster

Part of a series: Collins Big Cat Series Orange Band 6

Publisher: Collins Educational (2006)

People have run Marathons for more than 100 years, but how long is a marathon? Where are they run? Who can enter? Find out all about one of the most toughest and popular running events, in this non-chronological report. People have run Marathons for more than 100 years, but how long is a marathon? Where are they run? Who can enter? Find out all about one of the most toughest and popular running events, in this non-chronological report.

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Milo's Moustache

Authors: Katie McDougall, Simona Meisser

Part of a series: Collins Big Cat Series Yellow Band 3

Publisher: Collins Educational (2011)

Milo the dog is very proud of his moustache, but one day a bird comes and steals it from him. Join Milo as he searches for his missing moustache, and finally solves the problem, in this hilarious and quirky story by nine-year-old Collins Big Cat Competition winner Katie McDougall, with wonderful illustrations by Simona Meisser.

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On Target English - Comprehension And Writing Skills 4

Author: Hilary Frost

Publisher: Longman (2000)

This primary language programme is designed specifically to support pupils who are broadly one level of achievement below where they should be for their age. It supports average pupils through slow pace reading, lots of repetition and reviewing of grammar points. It covers all aspects of language work, with an emphasis on handwriting, the area where many pupils underperform. This skills book has an easy-to-follow format with "help boxes" to provide extra support and "Challenge Flaps" to allow pupils to conceal or reveal the "help boxes", depending on their level of confidence.

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On Target English - Comprehension And Writing Skills 5

Authors: Hilary Frost, Sarah Lindsay, Heather Painter

Publisher: Pearson Education (2002)

Comprehension and Writing Skills 5 On Target English is an integrated skills-based programme clearly aimed at boosting levels of attainment in English. For each Year, there are four components: For independent group work; Comprehension and writing skills 5, Sentence and Word Skills 5. For shared work; Interactive Big Book. For teacher support; Teachers Resource Book 5. The two pupil books, Comprehension and Writing Skills, and Sentence and Word Skills, work in parallel to support word, sentence and text-level work. Pupils receive extra support for activities with Helpful Words. Remember and Tip Boxes, and can set themselves personal challenges by using the Challenge Flaps attached to the covers. There is special emphasis given to handwriting development and practice. The Interactive Big Book combines material from both pupil books and new material for use in shared work the whole class or in groups. The Teacher's Resource Book supplies lesson ideas, assessment and copymasters for extra support, homework and handwriting practice.

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On Target English - Comprehension And Writing Skills 6

Author: Hilary Frost

Publisher: Longman (2000)

This primary language programme is designed specifically to support pupils who are broadly one level of achievement below where they should be for their age. It supports average pupils through slow pace reading, lots of repetition and reviewing of grammar points. It covers all aspects of language work, with an emphasis on handwriting, the area where many pupils underperform. This skills book has an easy-to-follow format with "help boxes" to provide extra support and "Challenge Flaps" to allow pupils to conceal or reveal the "help boxes", depending on their level of confidence.

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On Target English - Sentence And Word Skills 5

Authors: Hilary Frost, Sarah Lindsay, Heather Painter

Publisher: Pearson Education (2000)

Comprehension and Writing Skills 5 On Target English is an integrated skills-based programme clearly aimed at boosting levels of attainment in English. For each Year, there are four components: For independent group work; Comprehension and writing skills 5, Sentence and Word Skills 5. For shared work; Interactive Big Book. For teacher support; Teachers Resource Book 5. The two pupil books, Comprehension and Writing Skills, and Sentence and Word Skills, work in parallel to support word, sentence and text-level work. Pupils receive extra support for activities with Helpful Words. Remember and Tip Boxes, and can set themselves personal challenges by using the Challenge Flaps attached to the covers. There is special emphasis given to handwriting development and practice. The Interactive Big Book combines material from both pupil books and new material for use in shared work the whole class or in groups. The Teacher's Resource Book supplies lesson ideas, assessment and copymasters for extra support, homework and handwriting practice.

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Opening The Book - Finding A Good Read

Authors: Rachel Van Riel, Olive Rowler

Publisher: Bradford Libraries (1996)

So many books, so little time! Have you come to the point where you are finding it difficult to choose what to read next? You know you want a good read but there are so many books, where do you start? You long to be whisked away to far off, mysterious locations, or maybe explore how people survive nearer to home. Opening the Book shows you how to: Explore your reading personality? Develop confidence in your own judgment? Open up your reading choices? Enjoy finding your way round the landscape of imagination. With the fun-not-study approach of Opening the Book you can go at your own pace and pick out the chapters that appeal to you. Books are created for readers. Without you, writing, publishing and bookselling wouldn't exist! Learning to value your own importance as a reader will help you get the best out of your reading.

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Pets

Author: Gregory Cook

Part of a series: Oxford Reading Tree Stage 1+: Floppy's Phonics Non-Fiction

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2011)

Floppy's Phonics Non-fiction allow children to practise their decoding and literacy skills in the context of exciting non-fiction books, which include a variety of text types and topics, and support from Biff, Chip, Kipper and Floppy. Pets: Let's get a pet!

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Revision: New English And English Language

Authors: Sarah Darragh, Steve Brindle

Part of a series: Collins Gcse English For Aqa Series

Publisher: HarperCollins (2010)

This all-in-one Revision Guide and Exam Practice Workbook gives you everything you need to go up a grade in GCSE English and English Language. This guide is written by Examiners Keith Brindle and Sarah Darragh. It is part of the Collins GCSE English for AQA series to match the 2010 specifications for GCSE English.

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Sea Snaps

Author: Diana Noonan

Part of a series: Bug Club Green

Publisher: Pearson Education (2010)

This title is part of Pearson’s Bug Club - the first whole-school reading programme that joins books and an online reading world to teach today’s children to read. In this book: Helen takes photos under the sea. Lots of plants and animals live there. But look out for sharks! This title is suitable for ages 5-6 (Green level)

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