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eBook Imbu and the Fruit (Junior African Writers: Starters Level 1) ePub

by Robin Marlin

  • ISBN: 0435891170
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Robin Marlin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann (January 23, 1996)
  • Pages: 16
  • ePub book: 1628 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1852 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf lit rtf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 667

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Part of a series of readers for young African students and consisting of stories from all over Africa, the Level 1 starters are picture books for children who have just begun to read for themselves.

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The "JAWS" starters, which are at three levels, are intended to encourage children who are learning to read. In this story Nombephi's father helps her to realize her dream of being able to ride a bike.

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Developed in Africa for African learners, the Junior African Writers Series (JAWS) is a collection of high-quality supplementary Readers for schools. Each strand within JAWS caters for different reading interests, abilities and ages to offer something for every student. JAWS titles are written by authors from all over Africa. The Junior African Writers Series consists of: JAWS African Greats. Four books that explore key African figures in the areas of sport, music, writing and thinking.

JAWS Starters, Level 1. Imbu and the Fruit (Junior African Writers). Published January 23, 1996 by Heinemann International Literature and Textbooks.

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Developed in Africa for African learners, the Junior African Writers Series (JAWS) is a collection of high-quality, supplementary readers for schools. Each strand within JAWS caters for different reading interests, abilities and ages, to offer something for every learner

Developed in Africa for African learners, the Junior African Writers Series (JAWS) is a collection of high-quality, supplementary readers for schools. Each strand within JAWS caters for different reading interests, abilities and ages, to offer something for every learner. JAWS readers are:, locally relevant, topical and current, carefully levelled for all abilities, visually stimulating. The Junior African Writers Series are simple, easy-to-read, engaging stories perfect for younger or reluctant readers. Book Aid International

Part of a series of readers for young African students and consisting of stories from all over Africa, the Level 1 starters are picture books for children who have just begun to read for themselves. In this story Imbu buys some fruit at the market, but on they way home it gets horribly squashed.