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Popcorn ELT Primary Readers Starter Level - Level 1: How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup and Friends AUDIO PACK

by Nicole Taylor (author) and Michael Watts (author)

Suitable for 5 - 12 years

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Paperback
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Product description

Do you want to go on an adventure? Come along with Hiccup and his young Viking and dragon friends.

Starter Level (Beginner): For children’s first stories in English – 150 headwords. Story wordcount: 200 words

Popcorn ELT Primary Readers are a series of low-level, graded readers from Scholastic. Based on popular films, TV series and classic children’s literature, Popcorn ELT Primary Readers are targeted at children in the early stages of learning English. They are published at four levels following a carefully graded syllabus.

Product Details

Catalogue number

6978 in Books and Resources for Schools 2021 and 6 in MGM ELT Offer Spring 2021

Series

Popcorn ELT Primary Readers Starter Level - Level 1

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781910173756

Date published

March 3rd, 2016

Other details

  • 24 pages

Condition

New

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