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go to site Granddaughter E has just started school and is desperate to learn to read.  So she is the ideal candidate to try out this scheme.  I went for the Bronze level, and  I made no choice as to the type of book that could be sent; only that it would be suitable for a pre-reader.

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احسن شركات الفوركس The package arrived with 4 books from different schemes.  The one that Granddaughter E instantly took to was about a hamster as she could relate to that easily. The scheme encourages us to keep the books in the red book bag in order to stop them getting muddled with school books.  A great idea, except Grandson A took an instant shine to the book bag and the books disappeared into the bookshelf, and it took me a while to locate them. I then lost the pre-paid envelope but luckily I was able to go online and request another one to be sent.

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