5 edition of Poor old mum! found in the catalog.
Poor old mum!
by Oxford University Press
Written in English
Title from back cover.
|Series||Oxford reading tree -- stage 4 : more stories, Oxford reading tree -- stage 4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Clearly, one of the the best books for moms is Sheila Heti's novel about grappling with what it means to be a mother. Few writers are brave enough . Mrs. Engle, a woman of about forty-five, motherly, kind, loves her home and her children, Harry and Rose, who would marry were it not for poor old mother, whom they think, needs them. Her son, Harry, has written to Daisy, his sweetheart, deploring the fact that he can't ask her to marry him.
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The book 'Poor old Mum' by Roderick Hunt is based at a sports day event where Wilf, Chip, Wilma, Dad and Mum participate. This book is great as the pictures give away the story and whilst learning how to read if you find words difficult the illustrations always help!/5.
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Rod Hunt Part of a language programme that teaches young children to read, this book is one of a series of six at Stage 4 which uses the Afro-Caribbean characters Wilf and Wilma to convey language and reading strategies.
Oxford Level 4 More Stories A Poor Old Mum. Teaching Notes Author: Gill Howell Group or guided reading Introducing the book (Prediction) Read the title to the children and discuss the cover. • Ask the children to say what they think the story will be about.
Look briefly at the illustrations to confirm the children’s predictions. Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: More Stories A: Poor Old Mum. by Roderick Hunt The Level 4 Biff, Chip and Kipper Stories, written by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta, provide a rich story context to help develop language comprehension and decoding skills.
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Poor Old Mum. The Camcorder. The Wedding. The Storm. Nobody Got Wet. The Weather Vane. The Play Read your. extra reader. Read all of the book. What was your favourite part of the book.
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She was born to a year-old mother 4/5. Poor old Mum. [Roderick Hunt; Alex Brychta] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Roderick Hunt; Alex Brychta.
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