Collins Big Cat Spines, Stings and Teeth: Band 05/Green by Angie Belcher, Andy Belcher
  

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Collins Big Cat Spines, Stings and Teeth: Band 05/Green by Angie Belcher, Andy Belcher

This non-fiction book explains how sea creatures have spines, stings and teeth and other means to protect themselves from hungry predators. Packed with stunning underwater photographs, there is much to entrance young readers. * Green/ Band 5 books offer early readers patterned language and varied characters. * Text type - Non-chronological report. * A simple table at the end of the book can be used to check understanding and to recap information learnt reading the book. * Curriculum links - Citizenship: Animals and us. * This non-fiction book is paried with a playscript on a similar theme: Worm Looks for Lunch by Julia Donaldson.

About the Author

Angie Belcher's stories feature many of the dare-devil activities she has enjoyed, including white-water rafting, bungy jumping, scuba diving and caving. Andy Belcher is an international freelance photographer based in New Zealand. A specialist in adventure travel and underwater action.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Angie Belcher, Andy Belcher
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Publisher


www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

4th June 2012

ISBN

9780007473267


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