Series: Animal Phonics Readers

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Animal Dreams (Animal Phonics Readers: Long Vowel Review) by Liza CharlesworthLong Vowel Review
Apes Can Play (Animal Phonics Readers: Long a) by Liza CharlesworthLong a
Bat Facts (Animal Phonics Readers: Short a) by Liza CharlesworthShort a
Bug Hunt (Animal Phonics Readers: Short u) by Liza CharlesworthShort u
I Can Get a Pet (Animal Phonics Readers: Short Vowels) by Liza CharlesworthShort Vowels
Crabs Crawl (Animal Phonics Readers: cr) by Liza Charlesworthcr
Goats Like to Roam (Animal Phonics Readers: Long o) by Liza CharlesworthLong o
Great Grasshoppers (Animal Phonics Readers: gr) by Liza Charlesworthgr
Let's Cheer for Cheetahs! (Animal Phonics Readers: ch) by Liza Charlesworthch
Lots of Frogs (Animal Phonics Readers: Short o) by Liza CharlesworthShort o
Mice Are Nice (Animal Phonics Readers: Long i) by Liza CharlesworthLong i
Moose Are Cool (Animal Phonics Readers: oo) by Liza Charlesworthoo
Mules Rule! (Animal Phonics Readers) by Liza Charlesworth
The Pink Pig (Animal Phonics Readers: Short i) by Liza CharlesworthShort i
Prairie Dogs Are Pretty Amazing! (Animal Phonics Readers: pr) by Liza Charlesworthpr
Red Hen's Eggs (Animal Phonics Readers: Short e) by Liza CharlesworthShort e
I See a Bee (Animal Phonics Readers: ee) by Liza Charlesworthee
See the Seal (Animal Phonics Readers: Long e) by Liza CharlesworthLong e
The Shark Show (Animal Phonics Readers: sh) by Liza Charlesworthsh
Snail Trails (Animal Phonics Readers: ai) by Liza Charlesworthai
Sneaky Snakes (Animal Phonics Readers: sn) by Liza Charlesworthsn
I Spy a Spider (Animal Phonics Readers: sp) by Liza Charlesworthsp
What a Whale! (Animal Phonics Readers: wh ) by Liza Charlesworthwh

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