Oxford Reading Tree Treetops Infact: Level 12: Man Meets Metal by Richard Platt
  

Synopsis

Oxford Reading Tree Treetops Infact: Level 12: Man Meets Metal by Richard Platt

Man Meets Metal provides an introduction to ancient Britain, by introducing children to the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. TreeTops inFact is a non-fiction series that aims to engage children in reading for pleasure as powerfully as fiction does. The variety of topics means there are books to interest every child in this compelling series. The series is written by top children's authors and subject experts. The books are carefully levelled, making it easy to match every child to the right book.

About the Author

Richard Platt

As an artist
I've written about 60 books, mostly factual books for children. My first children's book was Incredible Cross Sections, which had fantastic illustrations by Stephen Biesty. One of the things I enjoy most about writing is that it gives me the chance to work with wonderful illustrators. When Chris Riddell drew the pictures for Castle Diary and Pirate Diary he managed to capture the characters of all the people in the stories exactly as I'd imagined them. I also love writing because people pay me to find out all this fascinating stuff about strange, wacky and obscure subjects. I spend far more time than I should trying to find amazing facts that bring a subject to life. I trawl through books at home (I've got 2500) and in dusty libraries.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Richard Platt
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Author's Website

www.richardplatt.co.uk/inde...

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

26th March 2015

ISBN

9780198306559


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