To the Extreme
Written by David Gatward
Part of the FYI: Fiction with Stacks of Facts S. Series
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The Lovereading4Kids comment
Interest Age 9+ Reading Age 6.5+. A fun adventure about facing your fears with high quality graphic novel-style illustrations depicting the action throughout and gripping narrative with stacks of fun facts. Particularly suitable for reluctant readers who prefer non-fiction/fact books. FYI, the series, also entices them into reading fiction. . It really is an excellent title for the reluctant, struggling or dyslexic reader of 9+ but particularly for those whose reading age is nearer 8+.
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A Dyslexia Friendly title.
To the Extreme by David Gatward
Jack’s been terrified of heights since a childhood accident. He’s fed up of being scared and decides to do something about it. A skydive will surely help him conquer his fear! Jumping out of a plane 12,000 ft in the air – can he go through with it?
About the Author
Interest Age: 10+
More books by David Gatward
Barrington Stoke Ltd
16th March 2010
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