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Engage Literacy Pink Series

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    My House

    This is a short story with a child describing areas of the house. This is aimed at the under fives and with your help, e... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    Here Is the Flower

    A boy uses different colours of paper to make a flower.... More

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    Book 4

    Art Is...

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    Book 5
    Book 5

    Little Caterpillar Is Cold

    It is rainy and cold, and Little Caterpillar needs a warm, dry spot to rest.... More

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    Book 6
    Book 6

    Lea Can Help

    Lea helps family members with a variety of household tasks.... More

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    Book 7
    Book 7

    Lea's Reading Adventure

    A bright and bold picture book features the popular Engage Literacy character Lea. In this engaging story, students are ... More

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    Book 8
    Book 8

    My Teddy

    This little boy is telling us all about his teddy and where he likes to take his teddy. Read the text to find out all th... More

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    Book 9
    Book 9

    This Little Bird

    The little bird is flying all about the garden. Read to find out where the little bird goes.... More

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    Book 10
    Book 10

    I Am Helping

    A child helps members of her family.... More

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    Book 11
    Book 11

    On the Farm

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    Book 12
    Book 12

    I Can Help My Grandma

    A boy helps his grandma with tasks inside her house.... More

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    Book 13
    Book 13

    Toys that Float

    A boy and a girl look at toys floating in water.... More

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    Book 14
    Book 14

    Min Monkey and Little Lemur

    A bright and bold picture book features the fun and adorable Engage Literacy character Min Monkey. In this engaging stor... More

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    Book 15
    Book 15

    Clouds

    Through stunning photographs and simple text, books in this series introduce children to different types of weather. In ... More

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    Book 16

    Look at the Clouds

    Min Monkey and friends look at clouds.... More

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    Book 17
    Book 17

    We Can Play

    Two children play and share together.... More

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    Book 18
    Book 18

    At My House

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    Book 19
    Book 19

    Up in the Tree

    Playful, whimsical and wry, this is a beautiful picture book with a simple message at its heart. It is also classic Marg... More

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    Book 20
    Book 20

    The Monkey and the Ladybird

    Min Monkey watches different animals walk by before being surprised by a little ladybird.... More

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    Book 21
    Book 21

    Hot and Cold

    With engaging photos and patterned text, books in this series are perfect for introducing emergent readers to the topic ... More

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    Book 22
    Book 22

    Nests

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    Book 23
    Book 23

    Engage Literacy Pink: Levels 1-2 Teacher's Resource Book

    Engage Literacy is the new reading scheme from Raintree that introduces engaging and contemporary content to motivate an... More

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    Book 24
    Book 24

    The Castle

    Peta Jones is an ordinary girl struggling with the loss of her father, an army hero who died in myster... More

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    Book 25
    Book 25

    My Family and Me

    A dragon character introduces us to his family members.... More

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    Book 26
    Book 26

    Engage Literacy Pink Level 2 Pack of 22 Readers

    Engage Literacy is the new reading scheme from Raintree that introduces engaging and contemporary content to motivate an... More

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    Book 28
    Book 28

    Engage Literacy Pink Levels 1 and 2 Pack of 44 Readers

    Engage Literacy is the new reading scheme from Raintree that introduces engaging and contemporary content to motivate an... More

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    Book 29
    Book 29

    Engage Literacy Pink Level 1 Pack of 22 Readers

    Engage Literacy is the new reading scheme from Raintree that introduces engaging and contemporary content to motivate an... More

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    Book 30
    Book 30

    Engage Literacy Pink Audio eBooks Pack

    Engage Literacy is the new reading scheme from Raintree that introduces engaging and contemporary content to motivate an... More

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    Book 31
    Book 31

    In the Sea

    Little Sea Horse watches a variety of objects float or sink.... More

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    Book 32
    Book 32

    Look at the Bee

    We look at a variety of minibeasts and animals in their environments.... More

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    Book 33
    Book 33

    My Street

    We look at different places and objects along a city street.... More

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