Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme - Budoor, the Porridge Pincher: Level 15 (First edition)

Paperback

Level 15 books provide more complex plots and longer chapters to help develop reading stamina and to help develop sustained engagement with texts. Level 15 books use a wide range of language structures to reflect progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar. Paragraphs and other text devices become more evident in these longer books.

When the Three Bears leave their house for a walk, a young girl named Budoor appears and is drawn in to the house by the smell of hot porridge. But what happens when the bears return and find their porridge is gone? This fun rhyming play by the “national children’s dramatist” David Wood is wonderfully illustrated by Tom Percival and creatively adapted into Arabic rhyme for this edition.

Pages 30 and 31 present a radio interview with the Three Bears, exploring their thoughts
towards the events of the play.

RRP: £5.50

ISBN

978-0-00-813160-9

Publication Date

03-09-2015

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Author

David Wood, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat

Product Description

Level 15 books provide more complex plots and longer chapters to help develop reading stamina and to help develop sustained engagement with texts. Level 15 books use a wide range of language structures to reflect progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar. Paragraphs and other text devices become more evident in these longer books.

When the Three Bears leave their house for a walk, a young girl named Budoor appears and is drawn in to the house by the smell of hot porridge. But what happens when the bears return and find their porridge is gone? This fun rhyming play by the “national children’s dramatist” David Wood is wonderfully illustrated by Tom Percival and creatively adapted into Arabic rhyme for this edition.

Pages 30 and 31 present a radio interview with the Three Bears, exploring their thoughts
towards the events of the play.

ISBN

978-0-00-813160-9

Publication Date

03-09-2015

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Product Description

Level 15 books provide more complex plots and longer chapters to help develop reading stamina and to help develop sustained engagement with texts. Level 15 books use a wide range of language structures to reflect progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar. Paragraphs and other text devices become more evident in these longer books.

When the Three Bears leave their house for a walk, a young girl named Budoor appears and is drawn in to the house by the smell of hot porridge. But what happens when the bears return and find their porridge is gone? This fun rhyming play by the “national children’s dramatist” David Wood is wonderfully illustrated by Tom Percival and creatively adapted into Arabic rhyme for this edition.

Pages 30 and 31 present a radio interview with the Three Bears, exploring their thoughts
towards the events of the play.

Author

David Wood, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat