Collins Big Cat Arabic Readers Animal Migration: Level 13 by Deborah Chancellor
  

Synopsis

Collins Big Cat Arabic Readers Animal Migration: Level 13 by Deborah Chancellor

Collins Arabic Big Cat is a guided reading series for ages 3 to 11. The series is structured with reference to the learning progression of Arabic at nursery and primary schools researched especially for Collins. This carefully graded approach allows children to build up their reading knowledge of Arabic step by step. Level 13 books feature longer and more complex sentence structures. Sentences make use of a wide range of stylistic features which reflect progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar. Stories may also contain more literary, metaphorical language, including similes and other figurative language to help the reader create mental images, plus exaggeration for dramatic or humorous effect. Non-fiction titles contain longer, more formal sentences and a broader range of unfamiliar terms. Have you ever been amazed at how far animals migrate each year? Have you ever wondered why animals migrate for such long distances? Find out all about the journeys animals make in the sea, in the air and on land in this fascinating non-fiction information book, brought to life with stunning photographs.

About the Author

Deborah Chancellor

Q & A with the Author about her book The Perfect Rebel

What made you want to write this book?
Emily Davison, because she was an amazing woman who did everything she could to help give women more rights. Today, Emily’s story is almost forgotten ... but not quite. I wanted to write it down so more people could hear about it.

Who is your role model?
My daughter Imogen is my role model. She never lets her dyslexia stop her from trying her best, and being really cheerful about everything that she does.

Which suffragette do you most admire?
The suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst. She stood up for her beliefs, even though it didn’t make her popular with some people. She really wanted to make a difference to the world she lived in.

If you could meet Emily Davison, what would you say to her?
I would ask Emily what I should say to people who can’t be bothered to vote.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Deborah Chancellor
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Publisher

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

Publication date

3rd September 2015

ISBN

9780008131593


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