My First Ladybird Dictionary

Publisher: Puffin Books

Review

My First Ladybird Dictionary is the ideal first reference book for primary school children. It is packed with clear, concise definitions and fun illustrations, and children will find it informative and simple to use. If you need to find out what a word means, or how to spell it, look it up here! It is great for helping children to expand their vocabulary, and develop their English language skills.

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