Zootropolis: The Big Case (Adventures in Reading, Level 2) by
  

Zootropolis: The Big Case (Adventures in Reading, Level 2)

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Part of the Disney Learning Series

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Zootropolis: The Big Case (Adventures in Reading, Level 2) by

Love animals? Get reading in Zootropolis: the Disney city where critters totally rule. It's split into areas like Tundratown, Sahara Square, Little Rodenta and Burrowborough. Can you guess what animals you might see in each of them? (If you've seen the film, you'll already know.) From weird mysteries to puzzling crimes, all sorts of wild things happen on its streets. Now a young bunny, Judy Hopps, has joined the Zootropolis police. Can she crack her first big case? And can _you_ read her story all on your own? * Fun-filled first reading based on the hit Disney film * All-star movie cast including Shakira and Idris Elba * Colourful film artwork and simple levelled vocabulary * Level 2 book with three or four sentences per page* Orange book band *

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Hardback
32 pages

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Publisher

Scholastic Press an imprint of Scholastic

Publication date

7th April 2016

ISBN

9781407166063


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