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Reading Corner Phonics: Mr Boot's Band

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Stories of no more than 160 words, focusing on long vowel sounds. In this story, the king is to visit Mr Boot's town, and he wants to hear the band play. But Pete and Eve are ill...what can Mr Boot do?

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Sue Graves has taught for thirty years in Cheshire schools. She has been writing for more than ten years and has written well over a hundred books for children and young adults. "Nearly everyone loves computer games. They are popular with all age groups - especially young adults. but i've often thought it would be amazing to play a computer game for real. To...

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Born in Whitstable in 1964, Daniel is the son of the film-maker and author, Oliver Postgate. After school he worked as a chef in local restaurants and as an apprentice box-painter. In 1987 he went to London and worked as a freelance cartoonist for the Radio Times and Sunday Times...

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