Project X: Alien Adventures: Blue: Helter-Skelter by Mara Bergman
  

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Project X: Alien Adventures: Blue: Helter-Skelter by Mara Bergman

Cat is painting a picture at school. Nok wants to help, but will he make it any better or will he just make a mess? Find out in Cat's Painting. Ant, Tiger and Nok are playing in the garden when Nok starts to feel hot. How can a micro-alien cool down? Find out in It's Too Hot! Cat, Tiger and Nok are at the fair in Helter-Skelter. Find out what adventures await the micro-friends when Nok spots a ride that looks exactly like a space rocket! In Funfair Fun, Nok finds himself trapped among some fairground toys. Can Cat and Tiger win the game and claim Nok as their prize? Nok has fallen asleep in one of Tiger's trainers. He's in for a shock when Tiger wakes him up using Robo-Rex! Find out how Nok gets his own back in A Shock for Nok. The micro-friends are playing football in the garden in Goal! Nok feels left out, so they find a way to play it at micro-size. What will happen when Nok goes in goal? 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

About the Author

Mara Bergman

Mara Bergman is an editor at Walker Books. She lives in England.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Mara Bergman
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

5th September 2013

ISBN

9780198492924


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