Secrets of the Space Shuttle by Peter Rees

Secrets of the Space Shuttle

Written by Peter Rees
Illustrated by
Part of the Shockwave Series


Secrets of the Space Shuttle by Peter Rees

High-interest non-fiction titles that will add depth to your project work and ensure engaging cross-curricular creative topic-led lessons 20 titles covering four reading levels - two levels for Year 5 and two levels for Year 6. Discussion starters to get the whole class talking. Develop children's comprehension skills and vocabulary with the glossary and index provided. Superb photography to engage your pupils. In this book, the history of the space shuttle. Visit the space camp to gather information from astronauts as they answer questions about space.

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32 pages


Peter Rees
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Publication date

6th April 2009



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