A reminder of the old reading schemes from Primary School , all those books you learnt to read from.
Looking at these old Reading 360 books brings back memories of my first years at school in west London in the mid 90s - I seem to remember there were quite a few of them in a box on the shelf at the back of my classroom.Ginn is still going today, but ever wondered what's happened with it in the intervening years?Useless information I know, but anyway, it brought out the 'All Aboard' series in the mid to late 90s, and in 1999 moved its operations from Aylesbury to Oxford. By this time it had become (along with Heinemann) part of Reed Educational and Professional Publishing. This in turn became a constituent of Harcourt Education International, originally owned by Reed Elsevier but sold to Pearson in 2007.
I have spoken to people at Heinemann (as was) and nobody there has any materials left from the old days of Ginn and now adays it is all Pearson Education.
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