Project X: Alien Adventures: Pink: Peck, Peck by Tim Little

Project X: Alien Adventures: Pink: Peck, Peck

Written by Tim Little
Illustrated by Jonatronix
Part of the Project X Series


Project X: Alien Adventures: Pink: Peck, Peck by Tim Little

In Tin Catc Ant makes a cat using some tin cans and teaches it to do some tricks. How much can Tin Cat learn before he starts to get tired? Cat tries to teach Cog Dog to sit but he won't stay. Will he do as he is told when Nok tells him? Find out in Sit, Cog Dog! Micro-Max and Ant are playing hide and seek in Get Ant! Max looks everywhere, but where is Ant hiding? Mum is hanging up the washing in Peg It Up. Tiger falls in with the washing and has to hide in a shirt pocket. He soon finds himself pegged up on the washing line. Can Max think of a way to get him down? Ant and Tin Cat are walking in the park when they are chased by a cross dog. Can they escape by hiding in a log? Find out in Run, Tin Cat! Max and Ant are exploring the hen pen in Peck, Peck. How will they get away when they are cornered by a big hen? Each book comes with notes on the inside front and back covers for teachers, TAs and parents/carers, which give question prompts and points for discussion, phonic practice words, challenge words, and additional activities that children can do.


It's really, really, really awesome * Joey, 5 * If you like alien books, you'll like this * Callum, 6 * It's good really good * Hannah, 6 * All my friends like Dr Who so I know they will like this * Billy, 6 *

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12 pages


Tim Little
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Oxford University Press

Publication date

5th September 2013



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