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The Homestay Friends: Kid Power (Let's Go Reader) (edition 2000)

by Barbara Hoskins

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Title:The Homestay Friends: Kid Power (Let's Go Reader)
Authors:Barbara Hoskins
Info:Oxford Univ Pr Childrens Books (2000), Paperback, 32 pages
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The Homestay Friends: Kid Power (Let's Go Reader) by Barbara Hoskins

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The readers feature the characters and follow the syllabus of the "Let's Go" series, but can also be used independently. There are two stories per reader and each one recycles language from the student's book in different contexts. Word counts increase per story and per level for a gradual build-up of reading skills. The stories are illustrated in colour, engaging children's attention and helping comprehension. New words (not in the student's book) are featured in a convenient, on-the-page picture dictionary. Comprehension questions at the end of each story reinforce grammar and skills development, and an answer key for both stories is provided at the end of the book.

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