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Karen Bryant-Mole

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Karen Bryant-Mole

  • 5 stars across 32 books
    The Early Birds Colouring Books are a fun way to help children develop motor skills and hand-eye coordination as they prepare to begin writing. Children can copy the colour pictures provided or explore their creativity by making their own choices. The Early Birds series also includes nine workbooks covering the reading, writing and numeracy concepts fundamental to Early Childhood learning. The workbooks support a hands-on, practical approach to learning and can be used at home or in the classroom.
    7th August 2014

    Journey

    Be swept away on an elaborate flight of fancy in this Caldecott award-winning, wondrously illustrated picture book a... More

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    1st April 1999

    I'm Happy

    Through the use of cartoons and humour the author aims to help young children to understand their emotions. This series ... More

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    15th September 2007

    Dot-i-Ddot Byd Natur

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    7th November 1996

    Homes Discovered Through Art and Technology

    One of a series which combines photographs and text to help explore important areas of the curriculum through familiar t... More

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