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Phonics ready readers

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Published by Scholastic in New York, NY .
Written in English


  • Reading,
  • Phonetic method

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An early reading program using short books designed to help young readers practice with simple sounds and letters. Each book concentrates on sounds and sight words, while reviewing elements taught in previous books.

Edition Notes

Other titlesScholastic phonics ready readers, Scholastic decodable readers.
ContributionsCherrington, Janelle, Tarlow, Ellen, 1927-
The Physical Object
Pagination12 v. :
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24761624M
ISBN 100439323029, 0439319676, 0439319684, 0439319692, 0439319706, 0439319714, 0439319722, 0439319730, 0439319749, 0439319757, 0439319765, 0439319773, 0439319781, 0439320135, 0439320062, 0439320119
ISBN 109780439323024, 9780439319676, 9780439319683, 9780439319690, 9780439319706, 9780439319713, 9780439319720, 9780439319737, 9780439319744, 9780439319751, 9780439319768, 9780439319775, 9780439319782, 9780439320139, 9780439320061, 9780439320115

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