Project X: Alien Adventures: Red: A Bag of Tricks by Alison Hawes
  

Synopsis

Project X: Alien Adventures: Red: A Bag of Tricks by Alison Hawes

The micro-friends shrink down to explore a log in the park when they find an odd-looking bug. What can it be? Find out in An Odd Bug. Max's room is a mess! He tries to tidy up but the vacuum won't work. Can Nok help to start it? See what happens in Nok Can Fix It. In Cat's Picnic, Cat and Nok go for a picnic in the park. What will happen when a hungry duck takes an interest in the bun Nok's eating? Lucy plays tricks on the friends in A Bag of Tricks. Can Nok help the friends to come up with a trick of their own? Ant and Tiger are putting up a tent when they see some moths flying around the lamp. Tiger has an idea to shrink and ride on the moths, but will it be as fun as he hopes? Find out in Moths! Tiger and his mum visit a fish shop in Tiger's Fish. Find out what trouble Nok gets into when he explores the fish tanks! 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.

Reviews

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

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Alison Hawes
More books by Alison Hawes

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

5th September 2013

ISBN

9780198492689


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