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Inhaltsangabe: How do animals survive when there is very little water? Find out how scorpions, camels and even kangaroo rats survive in harsh deserts. Staying Alive is a book-banded reading book for developing readers, carefully levelled at Gold Book Band for guided reading. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs, this 520-word non-fiction book is suitable for ages 7 - 8. Staying Alive features a longer, more demanding text with extended vobulary and sentence structures. It has wider vocabulary and terminology and the story-line is sustained for longer. More than one point of view is expressed and illustrations no longer support the text. Staying Alive is part of Ransom Reading Stars, a structured programme for children learning to read. The series has fifteen levels: four phonics levels and eleven book band levels (Pink through to Lime).
About the Author: John Townsend is a full-time writer who focuses particularly on helping boys enjoy reading. Before writing full time, John spent 25 years teaching in schools; he has been Head of Drama, a Special Needs Coordinator and also the resident writer/storyteller in a primary school. As a writer he visits schools regularly to talk to children about his books. He runs boys literacy projects and has been named a 'Reading Champion' by the National Literacy Trust.
Buchbeschreibung RANSOM PUBLISHING LTD Mrz 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - How do animals survive when there is very little water In this book, you can find out how scorpions, camels and even kangaroo rats survive in harsh deserts. Carefully levelled at Gold Book Band for guided reading, it is illustrated throughout with photographs, and is suitable for ages 7-8. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781781278383