Three lovely classroom stories by Kate Agnew and Lydia Monks for Egmont's green banana series.
Sean is always shouting and rushing about. But when he gets stuck in a cupboard with Miss Green, his noisiness comes in handy! No one's taking any notice of Daisy today. But when her wobbly tooth comes out, she's got plenty to show and tell! Lily is feeling sad. Her mum and dad don't live together any more and everything's different. But when she draws a brilliant book she feels much better!
Green bananas are divided into short, simple stories to develop reading techniques over a number of sessions. They are suitable for NC Level 1 readers. Green Bananas are carefully designed with education in mind, supporting children's understanding of how to read longer books. Green bananas only use one clause in each sentence and rely on dialogue and speech bubbles to encourage reading aloud.
This is Book 38 in the Banana Books Series. See all Banana Books books here.
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Kate Agnew: Kate Agnew read English at the University of Oxford, UK, has chaired the Children's Booksellers Association and has served as a judge for the Smarties Award and the Whitbread Prize.
Jacqueline Wilson: Jacqueline Wilson, OBE, is a best-selling, multi award-winning children's author.