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My Aunty Susan
 
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Sheila May Bird
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My Aunty Susan

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With brightly illustrated short stories, no more than 80 words, and large text format by top authors and illustrators, this series is perfect for newly independent readers.
Unknown Binding, 23 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Franklin Watts (first published January 1st 2007)
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Zainab Jalil
Oct 15, 2011 rated it really liked it
This book tells a story about the relationship between a young girl and her Auntie Sue. It explores all the things that Auntie Susan likes to get up to. “Auntie Susan – what is she like? She wears a top hat and she rides on a bike...” The use of large bold format, rhyme within the text, and meaningful facial expression throughout the book, makes it easy to follow. There is a familiar feel in the story with a repetitive element. This book is a great book which provides support for independent rea ...more
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