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by Amanda Hall,Rosalind Kerven

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ISBN:
0521468779
Author:
Amanda Hall,Rosalind Kerven
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press (October 28, 1996)
Pages:
34 pages
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1235 kb
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A major reading scheme for the teaching of reading and the development of literacy throughout the primary years.

A major reading scheme for the teaching of reading and the development of literacy throughout the primary years. Suitable for children in Year 2 (age 6), Coyote Girl is from the Cambridge Reading genre strand Stories from a Range of Cultures.

Rosalind Kerven (Goodreads Author), Amanda Hall (Illustrator)

Rosalind Kerven (Goodreads Author), Amanda Hall (Illustrator). Cambridge Reading is a major reading scheme which provides stimulating books and support materials for the teaching of reading and the development of literacy throughout the primary years.

Coyote Girl is from the Towards Independence phase of Cambridge Reading. Coyote Girl, written by Rosalind Kerven and illustrated by Amanda Hall, comes from the Hopi people of Arizona, USA. It forms part of a set of nine books in the Traditional Tales strand, which draw on myths, folk tales and fairy stories from different cultures and peoples.

Rosalind Kerven, Amanda Hall. Coyote Girl playscript is a traditional tale that has been retold by experienced children's author Rosalind Kerven

Rosalind Kerven, Amanda Hall. Coyote Girl playscript is a traditional tale that has been retold by experienced children's author Rosalind Kerven. It is part of the Cambridge Reading Range of Genres Strand for children Year 2/Primary 3. Coyote Girl Playscript Big Book is ideal for sharing with the whole class and introducing children to the play format.

Coyote Girl" is a book written by Rosalind Kerven, beautifuly illustrated by Amanda Hall, and published by Cambridge Reading. It tells the story of a little girl who was envied by a "friend" and turned into a coyote. With this spell she can't return home, so she wanders through the desert until she finds the help of a powerful sorcerer. This story comes from the Hopi Indians, who live in the south-west of the United States. The Hopi live in thirteen villages buit hight up in the dry lands of Arizona.

Series: Cambridge Reading. Series: Cambridge Reading.

Coyote Girl (Cambridge Reading). ISBN 9780521468770 (978-0-521-46877-0) Softcover, Cambridge University Press, 1996. ISBN 9780199195206 (978-0-19-919520-6) Softcover, Oxford University Press, 2002.

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A major reading scheme for the teaching of reading and the development of literacy throughout the primary years. Suitable for children in Year 2 (age 6), Coyote Girl is from the Cambridge Reading genre strand Stories from a Range of Cultures. This set of nine stories contain a variety of language and illustration styles, reflecting the myths, legends, folk tales and fairy stories of the many different cultures from which they were taken. Coyote Girl, written by Rosalind Kerven and illustrated by Amanda Hall, comes from the Hopi people of Arizona, USA. It tells the story of how the spiteful Yellow Corn Maiden uses a magic spell to turn the Blue Corn Maiden into a coyote. Cambridge Reading at Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2) offers fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays to introduce children to a variety of text types, authors and illustrators and provide a firm base for wider reading.