Free Read at Home Handbook: Helping Your Child to Read
Free Read at Home Handbook: Helping Your Child to Read

Free Read at Home Handbook: Helping Your Child to Read

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If you want to help your child learn to read and enjoy books apply for a FREE copy of the brilliant Read at Home Handbook: Helping Your Child to Read by Kate Ruttle and Annemarie Young from Oxford. This series features all the familiar Oxford Reading Tree characters created by Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta.
The Richard and Judy Book Club is delighted to offer this free book in support of the Channel 4 Lost for Words season, which focuses on the fight to get children reading.

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Brilliant find, thank you.

Thank you:thumbsup:

Excellent find, Thanks.

Great spot. A free copy (with free delivery) for a book that is £2.69 on Amazon!

I couldn't find what age group it's aimed at but think it's young, beginner readers...your guess is as good as mine what that means. Maybe new school starters(?)

Great find, always goods to help the kids at home

Thanks tinks4570

Nice freebie..

Cool Find Keep It On The Shelf For A Year As Me Daughter Only 3 And A Bit : (

Great freebie, my daughter is just starting to read so this will be really handy.

thanks, excellent stuff

thanx my daughter just started to read this is perfect:-D

perfect, just what I was looking for and free to boot

thanks v much

thanks :-D
Heat added.

thanks, brilliant my son is just starting with reading and the new phonics way of teaching.

many thanks, been watching this week about kids reading & have been quite moved! :-( as my son is currently learning to read it will come in handy

Many thanks!!!

Brilliant freebie
Thanks V much

many thanks

Many thanks. Voted hot. I think we should all be encouraging our youngsters to read.

I certainly loved reading when I was a child but I think there's a danger that there are too many distractions for children today.

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