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Children’s author Moniza Hussain said: “No one stopped to think that maybe it’s not a good idea to teach children Islamophobia.”
Read with Oxford Stages: a guide for parents - Oxford Owl Read with Oxford Stages: a guide for parents - Oxford Owl
With exciting stories, humorous illustrations, tips for parents and after-reading activities, this series is the perfect companion from your child's very first steps in phonics all the way to reading independence.Carefully levelled to ensure the gradual development of early reading skills - great for children with English as an additional language The publisher said it regularly reviewed and made changes to its list of titles to ensure they were “up-to-date, diverse, inclusive, and reflective of the world we live in” and that it had acted to remove products that were “no longer appropriate”.
Oxford Reading Tree: Level 9: Stories: The Quest (Oxford
Is this a BIFF Response®? It’s brief and informative. But it’s not friendly and firm. It will unnecessarily invite another negative response from Roberta. Do you think the following is better?One of the books in the popular Biff, Chip and Kipper series for children has been withdrawn from sale, with all remaining copies pulped by the publisher, Oxford University Press, after complaints that it was Islamophobic.