Project X Code Extra: Gold Book Band, Oxford Code Control: Magno Mayhem by Elen Caldecott
  

Synopsis

Project X Code Extra: Gold Book Band, Oxford Code Control: Magno Mayhem by Elen Caldecott

Project X CODE Extra introduces more exciting adventure stories and stimulating non-fiction texts into the Project X CODE series. In this adventure in the CODE Control zone, Team X have defeated the Mega-BITE but CODE has a cunning plan to get the CODE keys back! 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 children who simply want to read more of the CODE adventure!

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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Paperback
24 pages

Author

Elen Caldecott
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Author's Website

www.elencaldecott.com/

Publisher

Publication date

7th January 2016

ISBN

9780198363736


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