Project X Alien Adventures: Grey Book Band, Oxford Level 12: the Rats of Rolia by Janice Pimm
  

Synopsis

Project X Alien Adventures: Grey Book Band, Oxford Level 12: the Rats of Rolia by Janice Pimm

Blast off on the biggest micro-adventure yet with the popular Project X characters Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger and their new robot micro-friend, Eight. Carefully levelled and highly motivating, this book is ideal for independent reading. The micro-friends have to make an emergency landing on Planet Grenin to try and find some lintum a crystal that makes the ship's computer function. However, its not going to be that easy as they find the planet is overrun by some fearsome red rats called Rolians. Max, Cat, Ant, Tiger and Eight come up with a plan to help the Grenians (a peaceful race of green rats who live on the planet) get rid of the invaders. This book also contains notes on the inside front and back covers that highlight challenge words, prompt questions and give a follow-up activity to support children in their reading and comprehension skills.

Reviews

It's got scary bits, exciting bits and you don't know what's going to happen in the end so you just have to read it. Daisy, age 7 It's exciting and dramatic. Ella, age 8 It's exciting to read about different planets. Lauren, age 7 It's really fun and you don't know what's going to happen next. Richard, age 8 It's definitely worth reading. It's really different. Thomas, age 8

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Janice Pimm
More books by Janice Pimm

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

9th January 2014

ISBN

9780198391319


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