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Description The Reading Book is a teacher's guide to learning to read. The book is divided into two parts. Part One surveys what we know about reading, in chapters corresponding to the four major partners in the ... more

Description A New Year. A New Page. A New Reading Group.Five women meet for their first reading group, little realising this social gathering over books and glasses of wine might see them share more than literary... more

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“Learn to read with leap”

published 18/01/2015

educational, read by yourself, fun, great books


...For my sons 3rd birthday we bought him the Tag reader reading system from Leapfrog. His sister had one a few years ago and he always wanted to play with it so we thought that when he was ready and old enough we would get one and although Leapfrog recommend this from age 4 I think 3 is perfectly fine to start with. So, what is the leap reader? Well, basically, its what I like to call...

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Lovely relaxing getaway with superb customer service

None really

...The Reading Lake Hotel (fka Copthorne Hotel Reading) is a delightful 4 star hotel located next to a 33 acre lake which is one of the reasons I chose to book this for a 3 night getaway for our wedding anniversary. The hotel has over 80 rooms all of which have private balconies overlooking the lake. At the time of our stay the hotel was called the Copthorne Millenium Reading (not to be confused...

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good choice of ale, lot of character

few seats, not the cheapest pub,

...Finding a pub with a bit of character can be difficult in a place like Reading where the faceless identikit chains rule. Luckily I can always rely on the Hobgoblin my favourite pub in in the town for a decent pint of real ale and a cosy seat where you can have a bit of privacy if you want. Although it may have once had associations with the Wychwood brewery and the Hobgoblin chain of pubs it...

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