Plants as Food by Paul McEvoy


Plants as Food by Paul McEvoy

This is the last in a series of four full-colour information books on the theme of Plants. The books have been carefully created to make information accessible to young readers. Large, exciting photographs draw readers into the text and get them thinking about the topic. The books are ideal for school libraries and for topic work. They can also be used to supplement the Go Facts: Plants Starter Pack which includes a photocopiable Teaching Guide full of inspirational guided reading and guided writing lesson plans using the information books. The content, layout, language and writing style of the books will help pupils to learn and understand the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing.

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24 pages


Paul McEvoy
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Publication date

26th June 2003



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