No Animals, No Plants by Mary Atkinson
  

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No Animals, No Plants by Mary Atkinson

This work features high-interest non-fiction titles that will add depth to your project work and ensure engaging cross-curricular creative topic-led lessons. It contains 20 titles covering four reading levels - two levels for Year 5 and two levels for Year 6. It includes discussion starters to get the whole class talking. Develop children's comprehension skills and vocabulary with the glossary and index provided. This work features superb photography to engage your pupils. This book focuses on the animals and plants that fall under the categories of extinct and endangered.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Mary Atkinson
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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

6th April 2009

ISBN

9781407101323


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