Clare De Marco - Hachette Children's Group
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The Mermaid's Socks

Clare De Marco, Steve Brown
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Steve Brown
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Dani's Dinosaur

Clare De Marco, Sarah Horne
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Sarah Horne
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The Animals' Football Final

Clare De Marco, Trevor Dunton
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Trevor Dunton
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Lily Long Pockets

Clare De Marco, Benedetta Giaufret, Enrica Rusinà
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Clare De Marco, Benedetta Giaufret, Enrica Rusinà
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The Greedy Pirates

Clare De Marco
Authors:
Clare De Marco

Parker and Patch are two pirates with a thirst for treasure! When they discover they both have the same treasure map, it is a race to see who gets to the treasure first!The Tiddlers series features fun stories with a word count of fewer than 50 words for children who are just starting to read.A word list at the beginning of the story allows for a quick check of the reader's ability to read and understand words before reading, and a puzzle at the end of the story encourages rereading for pleasure.

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The Mad Scientist Next Door

Clare De Marco, Rory Walker
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Rory Walker

Ella's next door neighbour, Mr Willis, is seriously mean. She stays out of his way as much as possible. But when she accidentally catapaults her baby brother's favourite teddy bear into Mr Willis' garden, Ella is forced to go over to his house. And Ella is in for a SHOCK!Race Ahead with Reading is the perfect introduction to reading chapters with brand new page turning reads in five short bite size chapters, to encourage children to take the driving seat with their reading.

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The Frog Prince and the Kitten

Clare De Marco
Authors:
Clare De Marco

Lily the kitten is a menace. She loves chasing the animals in the palace gardens. But when she meets a frog who returns her golden ball, the tables might be turned!The Leapfrog series is perfect for children who are reading on their own, with fun stories of no more than 200 words.

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The Animals' Football Camp

Clare De Marco, Trevor Dunton
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Clare De Marco, Trevor Dunton
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The Animals' Football Cup

Clare De Marco, Trevor Dunton
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Trevor Dunton
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Tiddlers: Fred's Ted

Clare De Marco, Melanie Sharp
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Melanie Sharp

Fred's Little Ted has a rip in him. Mum says she can fix him, but will Little Ted ever be the same again?The Tiddlers series features fun stories with a word count of fewer than 50 words for children who are just starting to read.A word list at the start of the book allows you to check the child's ability to decode and understand each word before reading, providing a fully supported first reading experience. And a puzzle at the end of the story encourages rereading for pleasure.

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The Old Tin Bath

Clare De Marco, Martin Remphry
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Martin Remphry

Stories of no more than 200 words, focusing on long vowel phonemes, trisyllabic words, tricky words.Amy does not want a bath. Then Mrs Smith tells her all about the old tin bath she had as a child. Maybe Amy's bath is not so bad after all!

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Leapfrog Rhyme Time: Goldilocks Rap

Clare De Marco
Authors:
Clare De Marco

Goldilocks is off for a walk, but then she gets hungry. What will she find when she enters the woods? And where are her manners?Leapfrog Rhyme Time features fun, rhyming stories of no more than 180 words for children who are starting to read on their own.

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Reading Corner Phonics: In the Shed

Clare De Marco, Anna C Leplar
Contributors:
Clare De Marco, Anna C Leplar

The series aims to support children who are learning to read through phonics, giving them the opportunity to read simple words in print.This book of no more than 100 words, focuses on phonemes of more than one letter plus simple polysyllabic words and the four consonant digraphs.In this story, Jack is looking at the mess in the shed.  He finds an old jacket and looks in the pocket. Can his nan tell him about what he finds?