The Arctic and Antarctica by Philip Steele
  

Synopsis

The Arctic and Antarctica by Philip Steele

LEVEL 4: READING ALONEExtent: 32pp, 75 to 100 words per pageText at level 4 has a greater variety of language and types of information than level 3. More challenging vocabulary is introduced. Sentences remain clear, interesting and unambiguous, but are slightly more complex than at lower levels. The Arctic and Antarctica are awe-inspiring places. In this nonfiction chapter book, readers will learn about the animals, plants and people that inhabit them. Important and fascinating facts paired with captivating photographs help make The Arctic and Antarctica a not-to-be-missed journey to some of the most remote and interesting lands in the world.

About the Author

Philip Steele has written books on history, geography, and cultural and social themes and is the author of many books for Kingfisher, including Navigators: Knights & Castles, Navigators: Ancient Rome, Kingfisher Readers: Ancient Rome, Kingfisher Readers: Pirates, Legendary Journeys: Trains.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Philip Steele
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

10th October 2013

ISBN

9780753470923


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