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The classic story retold with simple text and delightful illustrations. Poor Tom and Elena can’t believe their luck when their goose lays a golden egg, but what happens when one golden egg a day just isn’t enough? First Reading Level Three titles help beginner readers develop reading stamina and include character sheets or maps and the main story. Part of the Usborne Reading Programme developed with reading experts at the University of Roehampton. Also available as an English Learner's Edition with CD recordings in British and American English and downloadable worksheets and teacher's notes.

Book Information

Age
4+
Key Stage
KS1 E
Lexile Measure
320L
Book Band
Turquoise
BIC
A3N79
CEFR Level
A2
Hardback with ribbon marker
ISBN: 9780746073377
Extent: 48 pages
Dimensions: 196 x 130mm
Author/Editor
Mairi MacKinnon
Illustrator
Daniel Howarth

Usborne English Learner’s Editions are selected titles from the Usborne Reading Programme that are available with CD recordings in British and American English, and with downloadable worksheets and teacher’s notes.

To find out more about English Learner’s Editions, and download the free worksheets and teacher’s notes go to www.usborne.com/englishlearnerseditions.

Collected teacher’s notes and student’s worksheets (photocopiable format) can also be purchased as paperback books.

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