Livewire Plays Place Your Bets by John Goodwin
  

Synopsis

Livewire Plays Place Your Bets by John Goodwin

The texts in this series are aimed at teenagers and adults with reading ages below ten, or adult students learning English as a foreign language. They are assessed by the Basic Skills Agency for content, structure and layout, and are designed specifically to sustain students' interest with storylines and illustrations. Written by special needs teachers, the Plays books offer stories in a play format and are designed for those with reading ages between six and nine.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 11

Author

John Goodwin
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Publisher

Publication date

8th June 2001

ISBN

9780340800829


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