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Oops, Owl! free pdf A big owl and a small owl sit up in a tree. In trying to show each other how big they are, the small owl is accidentally knocked out of the tree. Can the big owl save him? This quirkily illustrated story is written by Michelle Robinson. * A big owl and a small owl sit up in a tree. In trying to show each other how big they are, the small owl is accidentally knocked out of the tree. Can the big owl save him? This quirkily illustrated story is written by Michelle Robinson. * Pink A/Band 1A books offer emergent readers very simple text supported by illustrations. * Pages 14-15 provide an illustrated storyboard that consolidates understanding of the story and provides a wealth of speaking and listening opportunities. * Text type: A story with patterned language * Curriculum links: Personal, social and emotional development

About Michelle Robinson

Adrian Bradbury was born in Manchester and worked as a PE teacher before moving overseas to teach English in Europe, the Middle East and Far East. After returning to England he worked as Deputy Head in three schools and now divides his time between teaching and writing. As well as writing educational materials for HarperCollins and other publishers, he also writes humorous football books for children. His hobbies include playing the piano and all sports.

Details Book

Author : Michelle Robinson
Publisher : Collins Educational
Data Published : 02 September 2013
ISBN : 0007512635
EAN : 9780007512638
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 16 pages
Age + : 5-9 years
Language : English
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