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        New! Our Farm in the City is available now. Get your copy today.

        When you think of city life, the images that come to mind are often of buses, skyscrapers, and plenty of stores. But in the heart of Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, we’re lucky enough to have a farm....

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        Super Hammy's New Adventures Now Available!

        Super Hammy's New Adventures is the second part of Super Hammy Reading Series. It's a collection of 15 books about Super Hammy's latest escapades with his friends. These F&P levelled books are ideal for individual reading, guided reading, and early literacy intervention programs.

        Best Reading! Phonics Long Vowels Now Available!

        Best Reading! Phonics of Long Vowels by Cathy Jackson is a reading program comprising of fun short stories, instructional guides, and educational activities that develop children’s reading abilities, word recognition, and vocabulary.

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