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By Drewery, Melanie; Illustrated by Simpson, Suzanne; Translated by Rangitauira, Kanapu
* Third in the Nanny Mihi series, featuring striking new illustrations * First in series to be fully bilingual Maori and English * Publishing in time for Matariki 2022
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By Eggleton, Jill; Illustrated by Simpson, Suzanne
Bud-e is a first steps to literacy program and the first steps a child takes for themselves into the reading world should not be overly challenging. It is vital that they gain confidence and an 'I can do it' attitude. Bud-e books are very simple at the early reading levels and gr...adually increase in difficulty. Reading is all about getting meaning. Meaning depends on quick, automatic and effortless recognition of words. Young readers rely on the illustrations to tell the story a great deal, and at the same time they should begin to build a bank of words that they can recognise quickly. These are called 'high-frequency' or 'sight' words - they are the linking words that appear most often in print. In order to read and write fluently (with comprehension), children need to be able to automatically read and spell these high-frequency words. In Bud-e word and letter knowledge are integrated into the books to help your child make sense of the stories. Listening to and responding to playful and engaging poems and songs builds phonological awareness by playing with rhymes, word patterns and repetition.Read more
By Taylor, Kirsten; Illustrated by Simpson, Suzanne
Sam loves rugby and everything to do with it, but he is sick of having to wear the rugby boots his older brothers have grown out of. Frustrated, he takes some time out, and with the help of Tommo the All Black he discovers what is really important. Suggested level: junior.
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