Find out more about the animals of the world, how they adapt to survive and how they use tools just like us! From dogs and lions to kingfishers and atlas moths, this collection is packed full of fascinating facts about both familiar and more unusual animals.The selection of texts has been based on children's favourite non-fiction topics, supporting national curriculum topics and providing phonics practice.
This fascinating Read with Oxford collection of six non-fiction texts is ideal for children who are starting to use letter sounds to read simple words. It is packed full of incredible facts, with full-colour photos and artwork. The texts are phonics-based and have been specially written so that your child can read them for themselves. Tips for parents and fun after-reading activities help you to get
the most out of the texts.
Featuring much-loved characters, great authors, engaging storylines and fun activities, Read with Oxford offers an exciting range of carefully levelled reading books to build your child's reading confidence.
Read with Oxford Stage 1 equates to Oxford Levels 1 and 1+ used in schools. For more information about the Read with Oxford Stages, as well as practical advice, free eBooks and fun activities to help your child progress, go to readwithoxford.com. Let's get them flying!
This is Book 96 in the Read with Oxford Series. See all Read with Oxford books here.
Series Consultant Gill Matthews is a literacy consultant and writer, and series editor for several major literacy programmes. She was involved in the development of the non-fiction element of the Primary Framework for teachers, and is a leading advocate for the need for quality non-fiction in literacy teaching.More about Alison Hawes
Collins UK is a leading information-led publisher of illustrated and narrative nonfiction.More about Rob Alcraft
Teresa Heapy is the author of the multi award-winning Very Little series, illustrated by Sue Heap. Katie Cleminson is a multi award-winning author and illustrator and is, amongst other things, the creator of the hugely successful and much loved Otto the Book Bear, which was selected as oneMore about Teresa Heapy
Anna Claybourne enjoys writing nonfiction for children. It's a good thing she does, because she's the author of well-over 100 books on a range of topics.More about Anna Claybourne
Carron Brown (London, UK) has been a children's nonfiction editor and writer for more than 16 years. She has written 12 books in the Ivy Kids Shine-a-Light series, which has over 1 million books in print.
Bee Johnson (Brooklyn, USA) is a Memphis-bred and Brooklyn-based illustrator and creative director. She studied IllustMore about Bee Johnson