Cutting and Sticking

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Review

Dad is helping Jess to decorate her new bedroom. Younger sister Alice wants to help too, but Dad tells her to go downstairs and work on her scrapbook instead. Alice feels a bit left out.

She gets very frustrated with her cutting and sticking and makes a terrible mess, but things look brighter when eventually the scrapbook is complete and Dad even lets her help out upstairs. A great book for readers just starting to read alone.

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