- Format:Multiple copy pack
- Qualification:Cambridge Primary
- Author(s):Sue Bodman, Glen Franklin, Lynne Rickards, Anita Ganeri, Alison Hawes, Jonathan Scott, Angela Scott, Jonathan Emmett, Claire Llewellyn, Sibel Sagner, Jon Hughes, Jim Carrington, Kathryn Harper, Gabby Pritchard, Lauri Kubuitsile, Ian Whybrow, Peter Millett, Alex Eeles, Susan Gates, Vivian French, Andy Belcher, Sevi Senocak, Inci Kartal, Catherine Chambers, Chris Oxlade, Scoular Anderson, Tony Bradman, Tom Bradman, Catherine Bowley
- Available from: April 2018
Our international primary reading series will help your learners become confident, independent readers.
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An ideal way to add to your reading collection, our Strand Packs include every title within your chosen level. Explore the range of exciting fiction, non-fiction and poetry at Wayfarers Strand including You and Me, Timbuktu, Who is the Greatest? and The Digger. Books in the Wayfarers Strand are for learners who can read a range of texts accurately and fluently. They require learners to read beyond what is on the page, inferring characters' feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions. There is more emphasis on understanding through reading and less use of illustrations to show meaning.
Build your reading collection with every book within your chosen level.
Sail the seas with Sinbad, scale an active volcano and journey to the stars above with exciting fiction and non-fiction titles from around the world.
Children begin their reading journey with simple word books at Pink A, progressing to books with over 3,500 words at Voyagers strand as their confidence grows.
Every book has detailed teacher's notes inside the back cover to help you deliver lessons that spark a love of reading.
Whether you are teaching Cambridge Primary, IB Primary Years Programme or the International Primary Curriculum, we have titles that link to and support your classroom teaching.
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