Lost in Alaska by William Ridgway


Lost in Alaska by William Ridgway

This is one of twelve new titles for 2001, in the Spirals range, one of the most popular and successful series for reluctant readers. It features: Motivation: High interest plots and storylines-with themes that do not patronise or talkdown to reluctant readers-encourage re-reading and further reading; Appeal: The task of reading is made more attractive by eye catching cover designs, paperback style binding, and the absence of related activities and exercises; Achievement: A sense of accomplishment is felt by reluctant readers as they complete whole texts with short, but substantial, chapters and without the aid of illustration; and Progression: A controlled reading age of 7 and 8 and an accessible page layout with, clear, well-spaced type enable lower achievers to improve their reading at their own pace.

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40 pages


William Ridgway
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Publication date

8th March 2001



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