Wellington Square Think About it is it Safe? by Jenny Alexander
  

Synopsis

Wellington Square Think About it is it Safe? by Jenny Alexander

This title offers 4 new books at each of the 5 Wellington Square levels - 2 fiction and 2 non-fiction. A range of non-fiction genres are presented, all of which build on children's competency in visual literacy. It is fully supported by a Teacher's Guide, containing photocopiable resources and engaging activities for each book Ideal for use alongside Wellington Square or as stand-alone, supplementary reading books for your struggling readers.

About the Author

Jenny Alexander

Jenny Alexander is a well-established author of over 100 fiction and non fiction children's titles. Jenny has written prolifically on the theme of bullying and has previously published non-fiction titles with A&C Black such as Going up! The No-Worries Guide to Secondary School and How 2 B Happy, a self-help book for children suffering from anxiety. The Peony Pinker titles are her first fiction titles for A&C Black.

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Book Info

Format

Pamphlet
16 pages
Interest Age: Age 7-11yrs

Author

Jenny Alexander
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Author's Website

www.jennyalexander.co.uk/

Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

25th September 2003

ISBN

9780748775002


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