Record Breakers: The Most Dangerous by Philip Steele


Record Breakers: The Most Dangerous by Philip Steele

LEVEL 5 READING FLUENTLYExtent: 48pp, 75 to 100 words per page.Text at level 5 is for readers fast developing in confidence and ability. There is more text than at level 4, with more difficult vocabulary, more sophisticated information and a range of tenses and sentence types. Information is still clear and appealing. Packed with deadly animals, extreme sports, daredevil stunts and large-scale natural hazards, Record Breakers - The Most Dangerous is a no-holds-barred look at some of the most perilous situations in the world. Multiple text layers, callout boxes, and the detailed glossary and index help emergent readers truly comprehend all of the amazing information. This high-interest nonfiction chapter book that will captivate reluctant and proficient readers alike is one for the record books!

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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48 pages


Philip Steele
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Publication date

10th October 2013



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