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Little Bear, wake up! It is time for school. Dress up! It is getting late. Hurry up! Oh, wait… Where is bear’s shoe? This entertaining story about Lulu bear is sure to leave the readers cheering at her creativity. This book helps the reader reinforce their pre-reading skills. The story aims at engaging the reader and to make reading fun.
Queenex Supplementary Readers is a series of stories that are developed in line with the Competence based curriculum. This system of education aims to ensure that learners are well equipped with practical skills and competencies that they can use in their day-to-day lives.
This book is for Grade Two learners and includes exciting stories, attractive pictures and vocabulary. These stories will enable the learner to develop values, language skills and also to understand cross-cutting issues. The main topics covered in this book are:
– The farm
– Gender sets
– Position and direction
Queenex Supplementary Readers is a series of stories that are developed in line with the Competence Based Curriculum. This system of education aims to ensure that learners are well equipped with skills and competencies that they can use in their day-to-day lives.
Crawford Monocle Kathee Mbocori, alias Mr Kathee, is the darling of Kambungu Primary School. It is the desire of every pupil to be in his class. Now someone wants him out. Worse, she wants him jailed! Concerned parents and pupils, among them Alice and Moreen, launch ‘Operation Save Mr. Kathee’ to clear his name. Will they succeed? Read to find out.
Amos Ruturi is an author with a knack for high drama. He has published several titles among them; Please Stand Up, Daddy!, The Laptops have Vanished! and My Prison my Heaven.
Wendo Wanani is a pupil at Kaptiket Primary school in Kericho County.
She has never been to Nairobi. She takes part in an essay writing competition titled ‘Kenya, my Beautiful Land,
and is invited to Nairobi for the finals.
Together with nine other pupils from different schools across the country,
Wendo’s reward is to tour the city under the sun – Nairobi. From parks to statues,
museums to roads she has never heard about, Wendo is on a discovery mission.