What's Going on in WW2 Age 10-11, Average Readers by Paul Mason
  

Synopsis

What's Going on in WW2 Age 10-11, Average Readers by Paul Mason

What's Going On in WW2 contains information in the form of articles written from the perspective of children experiencing life during World War II. This book provides a fresh and exciting insight into the history of World War II. White Wolves Non-fiction is a guided reading scheme which takes a high-interest approach to core geography, history and science topics. These books are ideal for classroom and topic libraries, and for teaching non-fiction literacy skills in a curriculum context.

Reviews

'This extensively illustrated book really succeeds in bringing history to life and makes you feel a part of it.'

.parentsintouch.co.uk (April, 2011)

About the Author

Series Consultant Gill Matthews is a literacy consultant and writer, and series editor for several major literacy programmes. She was involved in the development of the non-fiction element of the Primary Framework for teachers, and is a leading advocate for the need for quality non-fiction in literacy teaching.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 7 to 9

Author

Paul Mason
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Publisher

A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

1st March 2011

ISBN

9781408126806


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