What is a Wall, After All? by Judy Allen
  

What is a Wall, After All?

Written by Judy Allen
Illustrated by Alan Baron
Part of the Read and Discover Series

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Synopsis

What is a Wall, After All? by Judy Allen

This is one of a new series of books, Read and Discover , designed to encourage children to learn about the world as they learn to read. Everywhere you look, there are walls. Straight and round walls, high and low walls, hot and cold walls...But how are they built? What are they for? And when you come down to it - what is a wall, after all? This title supports KS1 - 2 Science and Literacy, in consultation with the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education. It is suitable for non-fiction for developing readers. It features texts and illustrations which support children learning to read. It offers extra information section at the back of the book with index, author and illustrator biography.

About the Author

Judy Allen is a children's author who writes a variety of fiction and non-fiction books. To date she has had well over 50 books published and one of the novels, Awaiting Developments, won the Whitbread Children's Novel Award, the Friends of the Earth Award and was commended for the Carnegie Medal. She lives in South London and belongs to CWISL - Children's Writers and Illustrators in South London. Alan Baron is an author and illustrator. His works include, Little Pig's Bouncy Ball, The Magic Globe: An Around the World Adventure, and Red Fox and the Baby Bunnies.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: 5+

Author

Judy Allen
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

2nd August 2010

ISBN

9781406318562


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