Oxford Reading Tree Infact: Oxford Level 3: How We See by Kate Scott
  

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Oxford Reading Tree Infact: Oxford Level 3: How We See by Kate Scott

Did you know that goats see in widescreen, or that horses can't see directly in front of them? How We See is a fascinating insight into how humans and animals see the world. Be amazed by the differences between what animals see and what we see. Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a compelling non-fiction series that aims to engage children in reading for pleasure as powerfully as fiction does. The series includes 36 titles which are all phonically decodable, with some high-interest topic words to develop vocabulary and impart knowledge. The imaginative approach and variety of intriguing topics mean there are books to interest every child. The books are carefully levelled, making it easy to match every reader to the right book.

About the Author

Kate Scott

Kate Scott was born in London. She has lived in Hong Kong, Paris, Scotland, and two tiny villages in France. She now lives in Dorset with her husband and two children. Kate writes children's books, children's television programmes, radio plays and poetry. She's had lots of different jobs but now she makes up stories - the best job in the world. She likes drawing, dancing, reading and 1940s films. She hates raw tomatoes and being tickled. Sometimes her children read what she's writing and give her advice on how to make it better.

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Format

Paperback
12 pages

Author

Kate Scott
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

8th September 2016

ISBN

9780198370925


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