Project X Alien Adventures: Dark Red Book Band, Oxford Level 18: The Face of Fear by Elen Caldecott


Project X Alien Adventures: Dark Red Book Band, Oxford Level 18: The Face of Fear by Elen Caldecott

Project X Alien Adventures takes you on an incredible reading journey with this fantastic story featuring the popular Project X characters Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger. Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger are close to finding the Weaver, so very close. But when they rip-jump to Kaptilo and find the mysterious Guild of Fabrics, they are set a challenge by the Master of the Guild. If they pass they can claim the last thought vial and get the knowledge they seek. Little do they know that this is the first in a series of tests that will threaten their very lives. Can the friends face their very worst fears, find the Weaver and convince him to help save their dimension? Carefully levelled and highly motivating, this book is ideal for independent reading. This book also contains notes on the inside front and back covers with advice on supporting older children with their reading, questions for readers, and a follow-up activity.

About the Author

Elen Caldecott

Elen Caldecott recently graduated with an MA in Writing for Young People from Bath Spa University. At the end of the course she was highly commended in the PFD Prize for Most Promising Writer for Young People.

How Ali Ferguson Saved Houdini, published by Bloomsbury in July 2010, is a funny and moving story about three children making friends and working out their problems, while solving a mysterious case of missing mammals.

Diamonds and Daggers is Elen's sixth book. It launches her first ever series, The Marsh Road Mysteries.

Elen lives in Bristol with her husband, Simon, and their dog.

Photo © Kirsty Whiten 2008

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72 pages


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Publication date

23rd April 2015



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