Rich or Poor? Poverty and Inequality by Lynette Evans


Rich or Poor? Poverty and Inequality by Lynette Evans

This is a brand new cross-curricular series combining exciting fiction and non-fiction to explore global issues. It tackles key concepts in an exciting and engaging way. It features a mix of fiction and non-fiction that brings literacy teaching into other subject areas. It ties into many of the recent changes in the primary curricula. It encourages readers to form their own opinions - developing important skills in thinking and evaluating evidence. It is a great classroom, library or book corner resource.

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24 pages
Interest Age: 7+ Years


Lynette Evans
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Publication date

15th September 2009



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