A Treasury of Tales for Five-Year-Olds Book
Snuggle up together and enjoy this collection of charming and engaging stories written by Gabby Dawnay and reccomended especially for five-year-olds by literacy experts. This beautiful book contains
Snuggle up together and enjoy this collection of charming and engaging stories written by Gabby Dawnay and reccomended especially for five-year-olds by literacy experts. This beautiful book contains original and inclusive stories about animals, dragons, nature, vehicles, music and more, as well as reimagined fairytales from around the world. From tales of pirate adventures to heartwarming animal stories, there will be something for every young reader in this rich collection.
The luxurious package with sparkling foil and ribbon marker will make this a must-have gift for the birthday of any five-year-old and Heidi Griffiths' charming and engaging illustrations will mean that the child will cherish this book even as they grow older.
The stories in A Treasury of Tales for Five-Year-Olds are arranged in order of complexity so that the child listening or reading will increase their confidence as they make their way through the book.
Most children may not be able to read independently by the age of five, but they can start to prepare for this by building a foundation of literacy skills. For example, many can recognise letters, understand that print carries a message and know that sentences are read from left to right. Some may even be attempting to read.
A Treasury of Tales for Five-Year-Olds Book measures 10.9" L x 9.20" W and is 96 pages long
About the Author and Illustrator
Gabby Dawnay is the bestselling author of many books for children, a regular contributor to OKIDO magazine, and a scriptwriter for children's television. She also runs art, reading, and poetry workshops in schools, and once upon a time managed a contemporary art gallery.
Heidi Griffiths is an artist and illustrator living and working in Kent, England. She studied at the Kent Institute of Art and Design, then worked in graphic design at a London fashion house, before following her love for Illustration. She now spends most of her time drawing, painting, drinking tea, and telling stories.