Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme - Tamima's Smile: Level 11

Paperback

Level 11 books provide more literary language, more complex sentence structures and less support from illustrations. Characters are more varied, with action sustained over several pages. Non-fiction titles include glossaries where necessary. Sentences are still short for better understanding. However, grammatical vowel endings are more evident to encourage fluent reading and to provide familiarity with some higher-level features of written Arabic.

Tamima the crocodile is known for always being happy and having a big smile, but one day she gets toothache and can’t smile anymore. Can she overcome her fear of the dentist and regain her smile?

RRP: £4.50

ISBN

978-0-00-818570-1

Publication Date

01-08-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

24 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Author

Lynne Rickards, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat

Product Description

Level 11 books provide more literary language, more complex sentence structures and less support from illustrations. Characters are more varied, with action sustained over several pages. Non-fiction titles include glossaries where necessary. Sentences are still short for better understanding. However, grammatical vowel endings are more evident to encourage fluent reading and to provide familiarity with some higher-level features of written Arabic.

Tamima the crocodile is known for always being happy and having a big smile, but one day she gets toothache and can’t smile anymore. Can she overcome her fear of the dentist and regain her smile?

ISBN

978-0-00-818570-1

Publication Date

01-08-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

24 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Product Description

Level 11 books provide more literary language, more complex sentence structures and less support from illustrations. Characters are more varied, with action sustained over several pages. Non-fiction titles include glossaries where necessary. Sentences are still short for better understanding. However, grammatical vowel endings are more evident to encourage fluent reading and to provide familiarity with some higher-level features of written Arabic.

Tamima the crocodile is known for always being happy and having a big smile, but one day she gets toothache and can’t smile anymore. Can she overcome her fear of the dentist and regain her smile?

Author

Lynne Rickards, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat