Rollercoasters: Prison Runner Reading Guide by Deborah Ellis, Jenny Roberts
  

Rollercoasters: Prison Runner Reading Guide

Written by Deborah Ellis, Jenny Roberts
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Rollercoasters: Prison Runner Reading Guide by Deborah Ellis, Jenny Roberts

A simple error of judgement hurls Diego into a nightmare. He's been living in prison with his mother and sister, looking after them and earning money whenever he can. Then one of his friends tells Diego that he knows a job that will make them both rich...This drama set against the backdrop of the South American drug trade and written by bestselling author of The Breadwinner, Deborah Ellis, has multiple opportunities for students to engage with another culture and link their studies to Citizenship and RE. The Reading Guide provides students with a magazine-format approach to the text, packed with engaging activities and background information.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Deborah Ellis, Jenny Roberts
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

30th June 2011

ISBN

9780199129447


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