WIN a set of Julia Gabriels' books
Time for a reading adventure! Win a set of Julia Gabriels' books to help your children start reading.
Get your kids started with these books that will help your child master reading through fun and exciting adventures and songs!
An Alphabet Zoo: Phonemic Adventure With Rainbow Bear
In true Julia Gabriels style, this book takes on the phonic sounds of the individual letters of the alphabet with gusto, vibrance and fun. Accompanied by a CD that can be played with or without the book, this phonic book will bring your child along on Rainbow Bear's (literally) colourful adventures that makes learning to read that much more fun.
Suited for children between the ages of 1 to 3, the book incorporates tried and tested techniques that have
been developed after over a decade of working with children worldwide. The catchy tune of the CD is another added bonus that will keep your child happily turning the pages!
The Dinosaur Discovery: An Adventure in Blends and Digraphs
Huge prehistoric reptiles with fanciful names are featured with every turn of the page in this highly enjoyable book. This level 2 book is suited for children between the ages of 4 to 6 and will keep your child riveted throughout.
Coupled with the CD, Rainbow Bear’s Dinosaur
Discovery: An Adventure in Blends and Digraphs teaches your preschooler complex phonic sounds in an exciting fashion. Parents can create imaginative stories of these dinosaurs or ask their children questions about them as they imbibe these essential reading skills.
Watching my preschooler bob along to the tune and gleefully repeat the phonics words, I knew these were books that would be evergreen favourites on her bookshelf.
Just for our readers!
We're giving 2 lucky winners a chance to win 1 set of Julia Gabriels' books. Each winner will receive:
- 1 x An Alphabet Zoo: Phonemic Adventure With Rainbow Bear
- 1 x The Dinosaur Discovery: An Adventure in Blends and Digraphs
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