The Oo in UluruAuthor : Judith BarkerIllustrator : Janie FrithAge : 4 - 8 yearsThis is the story of the 'oo'. It's an amusing sound for all of you.'
The Oo in Uluru is a fun Australian-themed phoneme story that teaches young readers about the vowel sound 'oo' and where they can find it in different words.Release date : 5th September 2018
PaperbackISBN : 978-1-925545-48-7$16.95ADD TO BASKET
About the Author and Illustrator
Author : Judith BarkerJudith attributes Dr Seuss’ fantastical tales about faraway places to her love of writing children’s picture books. As a teacher and a linguist, she believes young readers can learn about phonetics through visual language in stories. The Oo in Uluru is the first book in a series of fun A...READ MORE ABOUT THIS AUTHOR
Illustrator : Janie FrithOriginally from New Zealand, Janie’s childhood was spent in the southern City of Dunedin, where she attended art school and then went on to train as an Art Teacher. Many years were spent inspiring children with her love for drawing, painting and playing with art materials. In 2006 Janie moved...READ MORE ABOUT THIS ILLUSTRATOR
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