Project X Code: Forbidden Valley Dino Danger by Haydn Middleton, Marilyn Joyce
  

Project X Code: Forbidden Valley Dino Danger

Written by Haydn Middleton, Marilyn Joyce
Illustrated by Jon Stuart
Part of the Project X Code Series

Synopsis

Project X Code: Forbidden Valley Dino Danger by Haydn Middleton, Marilyn Joyce

Project X CODE is a book-by-book series built for SEN and struggling readers aged 6-11. Welcome to Micro World, invented by Macro Marvel - an amazing theme park where you have to shrink to get in! Disaster strikes when CODE, the computer that controls the park and the robots inside, goes wrong and wants to shrink the world. Team X and Mini Marvel have a new mission - to battle the BITEs, collect the CODE keys, rescue Macro Marvel, stop CODE, and save the world! Each book contains 2 texts: Text 1 is 100% decodable to build reading confidence, and Text 2 is at least 80% decodable, including the same target phonemes and Tricky words but with more varied vocabulary to develop comprehension and motivate struggling readers. Step back in time in the Castle Kingdom zone. Tiger tests his skills as a knight in The Joust. Rex is missing in Locked Up! and Mini is in trouble in Danger in the Tower. Can Team X survive the battle and defeat the BITE in Battle for the Sword? Team X and Mini explore the Forbidden Valley zone in Up in the Air, and learn about the noisy Dino-BITE in Underground Escape. Cat and Ant get stuck in Volcano Blast, and Max has a plan to get the CODE key in Dino Danger.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Haydn Middleton, Marilyn Joyce
More books by Haydn Middleton, Marilyn Joyce

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

6th September 2012

ISBN

9780198340478


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