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A Fly Went By

A Fly Went By

Aimed at children just beginning to read on their own, this book tells the story of a procession of animals chasing a fly.

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ISBN 9780007224821
Barcode 9780007224821
Published 1 March 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers
Format Paperback, Rebranded edition
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Author(s) By McClintock, Mike
Illustrated by Siebel, Fritz
Series Beginner Series
Availability In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days

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Full details for this title

ISBN-13 9780007224821
ISBN-10 0007224826
Stock Available
Status In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
Imprint HarperCollins
Publication Date 1 March 2007
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format Paperback, Rebranded edition
Edition Rebranded edition
Author(s) By McClintock, Mike
Illustrated by Siebel, Fritz
Series Beginner Series
Category First Concepts / Early Learning
General Picture Books
Fairy Tales, Fables & Traditional Stories
Dr Seuss
Number of Pages 68
Dimensions Width: 163mm
Height: 225mm
Spine: 8mm
Weight 150g
Interest Age 5-8 years
Reading Age 5-8 years
NBS Text Children's Fiction
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code 823.92
Catalogue Code 20685

Description of this Book

This is a new edition of the classic illustrated storybook, ideal for children just beginning to read on their own. This exciting story about a procession of animals chasing a fly, is pacy and ideal for encouraging even 'non-reading' children to read. This Green Back Book will boost the confidence of children who have just started to read on their own. It is perfect for encouraging children to read!

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Author's Bio

Mike McClintock, Illustrated by Fritz Siebel

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