Silly Sara: A Phonics Reader

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Random House, Jan 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Silly Sara spills and slips and trips! Sara is sick of being silly, so she decides to become Super Sara in this beginning phonics reader that promotes word recognition through rhyme. STEP INTO READING: An ideal tool to help young readers master basic reading skills and progress through, the Step Into Reading range provides fun stories and bright full-colour pictures, branded with colour-coded spines to alert readers to suggested reading levels. Step 1: Preschool to Kindergarden Step 2: Preschool to Year 1 Step 3: Years 1-3 Step 4: Years 2-3 Step 5: Years 2-4

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Review: Silly Sara: A Phonics Reader

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I am rating this book a 4 star because I feel it is a nice 'learning to read' book as it told the basic story of a little girl having fun throughout her day. But the words have either same sounds or ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ladonna - Goodreads

Tongue twister to me. There are a lot of repetitions throughout to strengthen a reader. Read full review

About the author (2002)

Anna Jane Hays has written and co-edited numerous books for young children, including several Step into Reading Phonics Readers.

"From the Trade Paperback edition.

Wickstrom grew up in France and never heard of cups, pints, and quarts until she came to the U.S.

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