Horribilly: Gloopy Food Green B/1b by Michaela Morgan
  

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Horribilly: Gloopy Food Green B/1b by Michaela Morgan

This title is part of Bug Club, the first whole-school reading programme that joins books with an online reading world to teach today's children to read. In this Green-B level Horribilly book: It is lunchtime at Golden Pond School. Horribilly's friends give him lots of different food to try but he doesn't like the look of any of it. He likes gloopy food! When his friends tell him off for playing with his food, poor Horribilly starts to cry...

About the Author

Michaela Morgan

Michaela Morgan was born in Manchester which she left in order to misspend her youth in more exotic locations.

She was educated at the Universities of Warwick (BA Hons English), Leicester (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) and Cambridge (Further Studies in Education).

A popular speaker at national and international conferences, her work includes a British Council sponsored trip to South Africa to give talks and run workshops with teachers in townships. She has also visited schools in France and Spain.

In the UK she has spoken at: UKRA conference, Primary English conference, the University of Leicester School of Education, University of Nottingham School of Education and the Federation of Children’s Books. She has contributed to many conferences and INSETs.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains 6 Paperbacks and Cards

Author

Michaela Morgan
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Author's Website

www.michaelamorgan.com/Home...

Publisher

Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9780433014225


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