A Night at the Gallery Red A/ Band 2A by Paul Shipton
  

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A Night at the Gallery Red A/ Band 2A by Paul Shipton

All is quiet in the gallery, as two security guards keep watch. But something strange is happening in the paintings, as piece by piece the clothes from a man in one painting move to other images - with hilarious results! This fun story is written by Paul Shipton. * Red A/Band 2A books offer predictable text with familiar objects and actions, combined with simple story development. * Children can re-cap the events of the book on pages 14-15. * Text type: A story with a predictable structure and patterned language * Curriculum links: Art and design: Visiting a museum, gallery or site

About the Author

Paul Shipton is an exciting new voice in children's fiction. His debut novel Bug Muldoon and the Garden of Fear was an hilarious homage to the hard-boiled fiction of Raymond Chandler et al, relocated to the "backyard jungle".

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
16 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 5

Author

Paul Shipton
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Publisher


www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

4th June 2012

ISBN

9780007475452


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