Bouncy Ben decides to make a birthday cake for Clever Cat. Unfortunately some of the other Letterlanders decide to contribute to the mixture. Once Quarrelsome Queen takes charge, only the Water Witch can save the day.
This amusing story is part of Stage 3 of Reading At Home, a carefully planned reading strand, which takes children from the earliest stages of reading to deciphering whole sentences within a story context.
Too Many Cooks! has three sentences of text on each spread, which combined with charming illustrations, all help to make learning to read fun.
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'Letterland' is the highly successful literacy scheme used in thousands of schools to teach young children to read and write. The 'Reading At Home' programme has been specially devised for parents to share in the success and enjoyment of Letterland at home and to give their children a head start at school.
There are three colour-coded stages to enable you to choose the books most suitable for your child.
• 'Stage 1' Reading Together (Age 2–4)
This stage is designed for young children experiencing the written word for the first time. Each book is ideal for sharing and provides lots of opportunities to talk about words and pictures in context.
• 'Stage 2' Beginning To Read (Age 3–6)
The stories at this stage use pattern and rhyme, along with key words to encourage an enjoyment of reading and to give your child the confidence to tackle words and short phrases by themselves.
• 'Stage 3 ' Now I Can Read (Age 5–7)
At this stage your child will be ready to put some of their newly acquired skills into practice. All the delightful stories included in Stage 3 will boost confidence and help to establish a lifelong love of books.
Bouncy Ben decides to make a birthday cake for Clever Cat. Unfortunately some of the other Letterlanders decide to contribute to the mixture. Once Quarrelsome Queen takes charge, only the Water Witch can save the day.About the Author:
Always an avid reader, Katie Carr has been writing stories since she was eight! She now has children of her own and works in her son’s school helping with reading skills, which is where she first discovered Letterland. Working with children provides her with a constant flow of ideas for new stories, games and rhyming activities.
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Book Description Letterland International, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0003033805