Tag Archives: phonic books for older readers

Our new books being used at the Sounds-write Reading Centre

We’re delighted to see that our latest series That Dog! is being used by the Sounds-write Reading Centre. These modern-day stories with contemporary illustrations are designed to engage older readers and follow the same phonic progression as our Magic Belt […]

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Moon Dogs reviewed by SNIP

Special Needs Information Press has just published a review of the Moon Dogs series in the June newsletter. Here is a summary for busy teachers: “The Moon Dog series consists of two sets of eight books, all with modern storylines […]

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Hurrah! Magic Belt out now!

Hurrah!  The Magic Belt series for older, beginner readers is now available.  This quest-like series will teach, engage and enthuse older, struggling readers in KS1 and KS2. It is not in our catalogue or on our website yet but if you […]

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High/low reading books and high interest phonics – what’s the difference?

There are some great high/low (high level of content/ low reading age) books on the market these days, particularly for boys.  Publishers have published some really good quality, motivating books.  What is the difference between those books and decodable readers for older, […]

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