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Word Family Tales: Spend A Day In Backwards Bay (-ay)
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Word Family Tales: Spend A Day In Backwards Bay (-ay)Word Family Tales: Spend A Day In Backwards Bay (-ay)

Word Family Tales are humorous read-aloud stories created to build early phonics skills by teaching children to recognize “families” of words that share the same spelling pattern. This key reading strategy helps kids decode new words with ease—and become stronger readers, writers, and spellers. 
 
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Tags: Family, words, Tales, helps, decode, Backwards, Spend
Word Family Tales: Hank's Bank (-ank)
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Word Family Tales: Hank's Bank (-ank)Word Family Tales: Hank's Bank (-ank)

This rib-tickling read-aloud tale was created especially to build early phonics skills by teaching children to recognize "families" of words that share the same spelling pattern. This key reading strategy helps kids decode new words with ease—and become stronger readers, writers, and spellers! Also includes riddles, a cheer, and reading tips!
 
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Tags: reading, words, stronger, strategy, become, Family, Tales
Word Family Tales: A Bat Named Pat (-at)
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Word Family Tales: A Bat Named Pat (-at)Word Family Tales: A Bat Named Pat (-at)

Word Family Tales are humorous read-aloud stories created to build early phonics skills by teaching children to recognize “families” of words that share the same spelling pattern. This key reading strategy helps kids decode new words with ease—and become stronger readers, writers, and spellers. 
 
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Tags: words, Family, Tales, helps, strategy, Named, reading
Word Family Tales: Jake's Cake Mistake (-ake)
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Word Family Tales: Jake's Cake Mistake (-ake)Word Family Tales: Jake's Cake Mistake (-ake)

Word Family Tales are humorous read-aloud stories created to build early phonics skills by teaching children to recognize “families” of words that share the same spelling pattern. This key reading strategy helps kids decode new words with ease—and become stronger readers, writers, and spellers. 
 
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Tags: words, Family, Tales, helps, strategy, Mistake, reading
Word Family Tales: A Nap for Zap (-ap)
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Word Family Tales: A Nap for Zap (-ap)Word Family Tales: A Nap for Zap (-ap)

This rib-tickling read-aloud tale was created especially to build early phonics skills by teaching children to recognize "families" of words that share the same spelling pattern. This key reading strategy helps kids decode new words with ease—and become stronger readers, writers, and spellers! Also includes riddles, a cheer, and reading tips!
 
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Tags: reading, words, stronger, strategy, become, Family, Tales
Robert Graves - I, Claudius
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Robert Graves - I, ClaudiusHistorical novel set in 1st-century-AD Rome by Robert Graves, published in 1934. The book is written as an autobiographical memoir by Roman emperor Claudius. Physically weak, afflicted with stammering, and inclined to drool, Claudius is an embarrassment to his family and is shunted to the background of imperial affairs. The benefits of his seeming ineffectuality are twofold: he becomes a scholar and historian, and he is spared the worst cruelties inflicted on the imperial family by its own members during the reigns of Augustus,Tiberius, and Caligula.

Reuploaded Thanks to Andie42

 
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Tags: Claudius, family, Graves, Robert, imperial
Readers Digest India - September 2016
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Reader’s Digest India - September 2016Reader’s Digest India - September 2016

Reader's Digest is a monthly general-interest family magazine discovering the greatest writers from around the world with insightful journalism, investigations to open your eyes, inspirational real-life stories and adventures to thrill you, advice to live by, health news to depend on, people to inspire you and humour to make you laugh out loud! Reader's Digest is a general interest family magazine, published ten times annually.
 
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Tags: Digest, Reader, family, magazine, humour, September