Cook, Pot, Cook! is based on the traditional tale The Magic Porridge Pot. What will happen when a magic pot will not stop cooking and porridge flows out into the town ...
This popular story written by David Bedford and beautifully illustrated by Jimothy Rolovio will capture your child's imagination! It has been sensitively rewritten to enable your child to read it with confidence whilst capturing the magic of the original tale. There are useful tips for parents and an engaging story map inside the book to help you and your child retell the story together.
The Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales series includes 40 of the best known stories from all over the world, which have been passed down for generations. They are a perfect introduction to different cultures, traditions and morals. All the stories are carefully levelled to Oxford Reading Tree levels and matched to the phonics progression in Letters and Sounds enabling your children to read the stories independently.
Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading. Help with childrens reading development is also available at www.oxfordowl.co.uk.
This is Book 35 in the Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales Series. See all Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales books here.
David Bedford is a successful picture book writer, who writes with warmth, humour and heart. He has written many books for Little Tiger, including 'Shaggy Dog and the Terrible Itch' illustrated by Gwyneth Williamson. His books for Egmont include 'It's a George Thing', 'Mole's Babies', 'Mole's In Love' and 'Sylvester & Arnold'. He lives in Norfolk with his yoMore about David Bedford
Nikki Gamble is Director of Just Imagine, an organisation which seeks to promote literacy using high-quality children's literature. Formerly a university lecturer and teacher, Nikki has worked in education for 40 years. She continues to work in schools on research and development projects. Nikki is co-author of the awards winning Guiding Readers: layers of mMore about Nikki Gamble
Thelma Page, an ex-teacher, has extensive experience and knowledge of using Oxford Reading Tree and has written many teaching guides for the series.More about Thelma Page