Run in the Rainforest (Turquoise A) NF by Simon Cheshire


Run in the Rainforest (Turquoise A) NF by Simon Cheshire

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 Turquoise-A level Adventure Kids book: Ed and Lin have gone with their Dad to the rainforest. Lin is worried about dangerous animals especially when Ed tells her about a big, scary cat called a jaguar. Then a jaguar's head appears and they run for their lives!

About the Author

Simon Cheshire

Simon is the award-winning author of the Saxby Smart and Jeremy Brown series. Simon's ultimate dream is to go the moon, but in the meantime, he lives in Warwick with his wife and children and contents himself with writing in a tiny wardrobe and eating too much chocolate.

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24 pages


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Publication date

1st September 2010



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