Kind Emma

Kind Emma : Band 06/Orange

Kind Emma lives all alone in her little cottage by the wood, with no one to talk to. But one snowy night Emma hears a knock at her door, and a tiny voice asking for help. When she takes pity on the little thing at the door and gives it shelter and food, she finds that her whole life is changed - and she at last has a friend to talk to.

Orange/ Band 6 books offer varied text and characters, with action sustained over several pages.
Text type - A traditional story.
A pictorial diary on pages 22 and 23 retells the story from Kind Emma's viewpoint and provides lots of opportunities for speaking and listening activities.
Curriculum links - Citizenship: Taking part.
This book has been levelled for Reading Recovery.
This book has been quizzed for Accelerated Reader.

  • For ages: 6-8
  • Format: Paperback | 24 pages
  • Dimensions: 192 x 265 x 2mm | 103g
  • Publication date: 05 Jan 2005
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Imprint: Collins
  • Publication City/Country: London, United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Edition Statement: None ed.
  • ISBN10: 0007185901
  • ISBN13: 9780007185900
  • Bestsellers rank: 362,582

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