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Let's Play Tennis (DK READERS) by Kate Simkins

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By Kate Simkins

Again in complete strength with 7 all-new titles, DK Readers let starting readers to development from easy-to-follow tales with basic sentences and notice repetition to extra subtle storylines, sentence constitution, and vocabulary.

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The five levels of DK READERS are aimed at different reading abilities, enabling you to choose the books that are exactly right for your child: Pre-level 1: Learning to read Level 1: Beginning to read Level 2: Beginning to read alone Level 3: Reading alone Level 4: Proficient readers The “normal” age at which a child begins to read can be anywhere from three to eight years old, so these levels are only a general guideline. No matter which level you select, you can be sure that you are helping your child learn to read, then read to learn!

Beautiful illustrations and superb full-color photographs combine with engaging, easy-to-read stories to offer a fresh approach to each subject in the series. Each DK READER is guaranteed to capture a child’s interest, while developing his or her reading skills, general knowledge, and love of reading. The five levels of DK READERS are aimed at different reading abilities, enabling you to choose the books that are exactly right for your child: Pre-level 1: Learning to read Level 1: Beginning to read Level 2: Beginning to read alone Level 3: Reading alone Level 4: Proficient readers The “normal” age at which a child begins to read can be anywhere from three to eight years old, so these levels are only a general guideline.

The five levels of DK READERS are aimed at different reading abilities, enabling you to choose the books that are exactly right for your child: Pre-level 1: Learning to read Level 1: Beginning to read Level 2: Beginning to read alone Level 3: Reading alone Level 4: Proficient readers The “normal” age at which a child begins to read can be anywhere from three to eight years old, so these levels are only a general guideline. No matter which level you select, you can be sure that you are helping your child learn to read, then read to learn!

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