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Monsters' Nonsense: The Green Gobbler: Practice Phonics with non-words

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Monsters' Nonsense is designed for children to practice decoding nonsense words within a fun and exciting story.
The adult reads the main narrative whilst the child is encouraged to read the monsters' language in speech bubbles. These ' non words' help them practise their emerging phonics skills at a level that is right for them.

Brought to life by award-winning author Peter Bently and Duncan Beedie's comic book style, each story stars one of the monsters cast in a leading role. This series creates a valuable shared reading experience and will inspire any child to become a monster reader!

Monsters' Nonsense: The Green Gobbler: Practice Phonics with non-words Reviews | Toppsta

9781784935924

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About Peter Bently

Since graduating from Kingston College of Art in 2004 Mei Matsuoka has been much in demand as an illustrator. Her illustrations for a short story won first prize in a UNESCO sponsored competition, which she travelled to Japan to collect in 2005. Mei was on the final longlist of candidates nominated as Best New Illustrators, and is one of the UK's most excit...

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