Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme - Hakim’s Tale: Level 13

Paperback

Level 13 books feature longer and more complex sentence structures. Sentences make use of a wide range of stylistic features which reflect progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar. Stories may also contain more literary, metaphorical language, including similes and other figurative language to help the reader create mental images, plus exaggeration for dramatic or humorous effect. Non-fiction titles contain longer, more formal sentences and a broader range of unfamiliar terms.

A not very special cat, Rawya loves nothing better than hearing the stories told in her library, or by her cat friends. Then one day she accidentally gets locked in the library over a holiday! With nothing else to do but wait, Rawya starts looking at the books on the shelves…

RRP: £4.90

ISBN

978-0-00-815665-7

Publication Date

18-02-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Author

Michaela Morgan, Illustrated by Debbie Boon, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat

Product Description

Level 13 books feature longer and more complex sentence structures. Sentences make use of a wide range of stylistic features which reflect progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar. Stories may also contain more literary, metaphorical language, including similes and other figurative language to help the reader create mental images, plus exaggeration for dramatic or humorous effect. Non-fiction titles contain longer, more formal sentences and a broader range of unfamiliar terms.

A not very special cat, Rawya loves nothing better than hearing the stories told in her library, or by her cat friends. Then one day she accidentally gets locked in the library over a holiday! With nothing else to do but wait, Rawya starts looking at the books on the shelves…

ISBN

978-0-00-815665-7

Publication Date

18-02-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Product Description

Level 13 books feature longer and more complex sentence structures. Sentences make use of a wide range of stylistic features which reflect progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar. Stories may also contain more literary, metaphorical language, including similes and other figurative language to help the reader create mental images, plus exaggeration for dramatic or humorous effect. Non-fiction titles contain longer, more formal sentences and a broader range of unfamiliar terms.

A not very special cat, Rawya loves nothing better than hearing the stories told in her library, or by her cat friends. Then one day she accidentally gets locked in the library over a holiday! With nothing else to do but wait, Rawya starts looking at the books on the shelves…

Author

Michaela Morgan, Illustrated by Debbie Boon, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat