Macmillan English Explorers

Young Explorers 1: Red Riding Hood

Young Explorers 1: Red Riding Hood

Alex Raynham

Level 1

Grandma is ill, and Little Red Riding Hood must go to her. A wolf sees her and wants to eat her. He runs to Grandma’s house and waits. Little Red Riding Hood is very surprised when she sees ‘Grandma’. She has got a big nose, ears and eyes. And Grandma’s teeth are very big. Who can help Red Riding Hood, and where is the real Grandma?

Key Features

  • Stories have been written using high-frequency words plus story-specific words which are clarified by illustrations, where possible
  • High-frequency words have been taken from the UK National Literacy Strategy and correlated with the Ladybird Key Words list and the words most commonly used by L1 children in their own writing
  • Phonetically-regular words are included in a meaningful and contextualised way
  • Each Reader contains one complete story with some of the characters reappearing at higher levels, providing a sense of continuity and familiarity to the reader
  • Contains a word list and language structure section at the back of the book

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