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The debate of tea and coffee - pack of 6

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The debate of tea and coffee
, written by Atiyah bin Ali and translated by Clive Holes, is a fabulous translation of a traditional Arabic dialogue poem. Stunningly illustrated, the two combatants debate their relative merits, drawing on their separate history and cultures. This book is an asset to any Y5 or Y6 classroom.

Group Readers are short, illustrated books designed to be read with 3 to 6 children, working as a group. They are sold cheaply at cost so that each child can have their own copy and can follow the text as it is read. They are matched to the stages of learning phonics, from basic (linked to Code-Breakers Books 1 or 2) to more advanced (linked to Code-Breakers Book 4). They can be used alongside any phonics scheme.

Used in Hamilton Plans: Y5/6 Summer Poetry 1A Debate poem
And in Hamilton Plans: Y5 Summer Poetry 2 Debate poem