Batty Betty's Spells

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Gingham Dog Press, Jan 21, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When a child is learning to read, every word counts!

Batty Betty always gets her spells wrong. Every time she waves her wand, something weird happens to her pet cat!

Batty Betty’s Spells is an innovative Lightning Reader that features a controlled word count to give readers practice with essential sight words. This leveled reader for grades PreK-K features a 150 words or less and has been professionally leveled by reading experts to ensure that the language and vocabulary are age-appropriate. Word lists and comprehension questions at the back of the book reinforce fundamental reading concepts used in classrooms nationwide!

This title is also available in a Spanish version!

Children ages 2 to 8 will love to learn to read with our Lightning Readers series! Over 30 titles feature humorous, high-interest stories in a variety of styles including, fantasy, fable, and rhyme, which will appeal to both reluctant and enthusiastic readers. Controlled word counts in this one of a kind series help to build the word foundation for a lifetime of reading! Check out our other titles in this series!

Each title is available in an English and Spanish version!

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About the author (2005)

Hilary Robinson is Co-ordinator of Research and Senior Lecturer in the School of Art and Design at the University of Ulster at Belfast. She has published and lectured widely in the UK, Ireland, Northern America and elsewhere on feminism and art, and is the author of "Visibly Female: Feminism and Art Today" (1987).

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