Blood Band 11/Lime by Martin Bolod, Alan Baker, Sholto Walker
  

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Blood Band 11/Lime by Martin Bolod, Alan Baker, Sholto Walker

What is blood? How does it help us? How does it travel around the body? Find answers to all these questions, learn what the heart and lungs do and see what the difference is between veins, arteries and capillaries in this fun non-fiction information book. Useful diagrams and fun cartoons make these difficult concepts accessible and interesting. * Lime/Band 11 books have longer sentence structures and a greater use of literary language. * Text type: An information book. * A diagram of what blood is and how it travels around the body on pages 30 and 31 help children to recap what they've read. * Additional retrieval devices such as a glossary and index can be evaluated for their usefulness as children develop critical reading skills. * Curriculum links: Science: Ourselves; Keeping healthy

About the Author

Jonathan was born in 1965, the son of a rig fitter and a primary school teacher. He first developed his skills as a writer and illustrator while studying architecture, illustrating poems and lyrics that he had written. After leaving college, he worked as an architect for several years, before pursuing a career in children's books. In addition to writing books such as Bringing Down the Moon, and Ruby Flew Too, he also paper-engineers pop-up books.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Martin Bolod, Alan Baker, Sholto Walker
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Publisher

Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9780007336210


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