Collins Big Cat Pacific Island Scrapbook: Band 08/Purple by Andy Belcher, Angie Belcher
  

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Collins Big Cat Pacific Island Scrapbook: Band 08/Purple by Andy Belcher, Angie Belcher

This colourful and informative book is presented as a 'scrapbook' of mementoes from Amy's visit to the Pacific island of Vanuatu. Packed with photos, it gives information on how the islands of the Pacific wre formed, how villagers live, and about the kinds of animals and plants that grow there. This colourful and informative book is presented as a 'scrapbook' of mementoes from Amy's visit to the Pacific island of Vanuatu. Packed with photos, it gives information on how the islands of the Pacific wre formed, how villagers live, and about the kinds of animals and plants that grow there. With its account of towns, villages, food and activities, this book will inform and fascinate developing readers. A final double page spread provides a glossary of unusual terms and a map to show where Vanuatu is located. Purple level (Band 8) books offer developing readers structured language with some challenging vocabulary. Ideas for Guided Reading in the back of the book provide practical support and stimulating activities.

About the Author

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

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Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Andy Belcher, Angie Belcher
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Publisher

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

Publication date

4th June 2012

ISBN

9780007475131


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