The series aims to support children who are learning to read through phonics, giving them the opportunity to read simple words in print. This book of no more than 100 words, focuses on phonemes of more than one letter plus simple polysyllabic words and the four consonant digraphs.In this story, the family have to throw away their old clothes. But the clothes end up with a very good home indeed!
This is Book 23 in the Reading Corner Phonics Series. See all Reading Corner Phonics books here.
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