Series: Compass Point Phonics Readers

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Baby Animals: Set A (Phonic Readers) by Cindy Chapman
Can You See It? (Compass Point Phonics Readers: Level A) by Wiley Blevins
A Fair Is Fun: Set A (Phonic Readers) by Alice Tu
From Farm to Store (Compass Point Phonics Readers) by Wallace Boten
Hard Workers: Set C (Phonic Readers) by Amy Levin
Is It Hot? Is It Not? (Phonics Readers 1-36) by Wiley Blevins
Magnets by Wiley Blevins
Maps: Set B (Compass Point Phonics Readers) by Wiley Blevins
On a Farm (Compass Point Phonics Readers-Level A) by Cindy Chapman
Parts of a Plant (Phonic Readers) by Wiley Blevins
Plants Grow from Seeds (Compass Point Phonics Readers-Level B) by Rachel Mann
Race to a Fire! (Phonic Readers) by Rachel Mann
Rain Forest Animals (Compass Point Phonics Readers) by Nancy Leber
Sounds All Around Us: Set C (Phonic Readers) by Nancy Leber
Sun and Rain (Compass Point Phonics Readers) by Rachel Mann
The Vet (Compass Point Phonics Readers: Level A) by Amy Levin
Where Animals Live (Compass Point Phonics Readers-Level A series) by Cherrington
Who Am I? (Phonic Readers) by Wiley Blevins

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