Barrington stoke dyslexia friendly books
Barrington Stoke School Spelling Dictionary by Christine Maxwell
Barrington Stoke Fiction Pack
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Families across the UK will discover and enjoy the life-changing benefits of reading together tales by top authors like Michael Morpurgo, thanks to our new partnership between the Six Book Challenge and publishers Barrington Stoke. In selected settings such as family learning centres, libraries and colleges where the Six Book Challenge is running, less confident adult readers will be offered free copies of Barrington Stoke's newly-launched Red Squirrel list of picture books to read with their children. Drawing on Barrington Stoke's award-winning track record in commissioning, editing and designing books to break down barriers that can stop children reading, including dyslexia, the Red Squirrel list can be read with children by dyslexic parents and parents with low literacy.
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Since establishing the company in , Crossbow Education has won numerous awards for both its customer service and its products, including awards from the Education Resources Awards, Business and Industry Today and Global Educational Supplies and Services. For more information about our awards and about us a company please click here. For details of our international resellers and general delivery information please click here. He made dyslexia friendly resources to use with his pupils these grew popular with teachers and pupils alike. Ever since then, along with the Crossbow team he now has behind him, Bob has been bringing you the best dyslexia friendly resources on the market, both those made by Crossbow and by other suppliers. Since the launch of the Eye Level Reading Rulers in over 1. Barrington Stoke are the leading publishers of dyslexia-friendly children's books, and were the first to recognise the importance of printing on tinted page to minimise visual stress symptoms in their readers.