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Wildlife Watchers Harvest Mouse Book

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Wildlife Watchers Harvest Mouse Book

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499888
This series of reading books gives young learners a fascinating peak into secret worlds of much loved native animals across the globe. Written in a narrative style, students discover creatures that live in the gardens, playgrounds, parks and woodlands. This series of reading books gives young learners a fascinating peak into secret worlds of much loved native animals across the globe. Written in a narrative style, students discover creatures that live in the gardens, playgrounds, parks and woodlands. Includes high frequency words, unfamiliar vocabulary that is supported by images and labels, picture glossary, quiz and notes for teachers and parents. 24 pages per book.Paperback. Measures 17 H x 14cm W.
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Height 17 cm
Width 14 cm
Includes Includes: high frequency words, unfamiliar vocabulary that is supported by images and labels, picture glossary, quiz and notes for teachers and parents.
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