Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme - Peter and the Wolf: Level 12 (First edition)

Paperback

Level 12 books feature greater use of literary language and more unusual and challenging vocabulary. Play scripts also feature from Level 12. Non-fiction titles contain longer, more formal sentences and a wide range of unfamiliar terms. Sentences become longer with greater use of conjunctions and relative clauses. Grammatical vowel endings are more evident to encourage fluent reading and to provide familiarity with some higher-level features of written Arabic.

Peter's grandfather told him not to play in the meadow but it's his favourite place to play, why should he be afraid of a wolf? Diane Redmond presents a comic retelling of a well-loved tale.

A poster on pages 22 and 23 recaps on elements of Peter's character, around which children can discuss the story.

RRP: £4.75

ISBN

978-0-00-813162-3

Publication Date

03-09-2015

Format

Paperback

Pages

24 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Author

Diane Redmond, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat

Product Description

Level 12 books feature greater use of literary language and more unusual and challenging vocabulary. Play scripts also feature from Level 12. Non-fiction titles contain longer, more formal sentences and a wide range of unfamiliar terms. Sentences become longer with greater use of conjunctions and relative clauses. Grammatical vowel endings are more evident to encourage fluent reading and to provide familiarity with some higher-level features of written Arabic.

Peter's grandfather told him not to play in the meadow but it's his favourite place to play, why should he be afraid of a wolf? Diane Redmond presents a comic retelling of a well-loved tale.

A poster on pages 22 and 23 recaps on elements of Peter's character, around which children can discuss the story.

ISBN

978-0-00-813162-3

Publication Date

03-09-2015

Format

Paperback

Pages

24 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Product Description

Level 12 books feature greater use of literary language and more unusual and challenging vocabulary. Play scripts also feature from Level 12. Non-fiction titles contain longer, more formal sentences and a wide range of unfamiliar terms. Sentences become longer with greater use of conjunctions and relative clauses. Grammatical vowel endings are more evident to encourage fluent reading and to provide familiarity with some higher-level features of written Arabic.

Peter's grandfather told him not to play in the meadow but it's his favourite place to play, why should he be afraid of a wolf? Diane Redmond presents a comic retelling of a well-loved tale.

A poster on pages 22 and 23 recaps on elements of Peter's character, around which children can discuss the story.

Author

Diane Redmond, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat