Project X Code Extra: Light Blue Book Band, Oxford Wild Rides: Thrill Seekers by Alison Hawes


Project X Code Extra: Light Blue Book Band, Oxford Wild Rides: Thrill Seekers by Alison Hawes

Project X CODE Extra introduces more exciting adventure stories and stimulating non-fiction texts into the Project X CODE series. What are the biggest, fastest, most powerful rides on the planet? Find out in this non-fiction book in the Wild Rides zone. In line with the phonic, vocabulary and comprehension progression in Project X CODE, this book is ideal for additional practice outside of the core intervention sessions and for introducing children to non-fiction texts.

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16 pages


Alison Hawes
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Publication date

7th January 2016



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