To the Extreme by David Gatward
  

To the Extreme

Written by David Gatward
Part of the FYI: Fiction with Stacks of Facts S. Series

9+ readers   11+ readers   

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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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Synopsis

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

David Gatward trained as a teacher and outdoor pursuits instructor before working in various editorial roles in the publishing industry. He has written numerous titles for Kevin Mayhew publishers, as well as the popular Demon Defenders series for Puffin, under the pseudonym Jake Lancing. David lives in Somerset.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
53 pages
Interest Age: 10+

Author

David Gatward
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Publisher

Barrington Stoke Ltd

Publication date

16th March 2010

ISBN

9781842998953

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