Superhero Phonic Readers: Invisible Liz by Mandy Ross
  

Synopsis

Superhero Phonic Readers: Invisible Liz by Mandy Ross

Invisible Liz has a fantastic power - she can press her nose and turn invisible. Captain Slither and his evil sidekick, Slime, sneak into the chocolate factory at night and try to steal a big bag of gold. But Invisible Liz knows what they are up to - she has been following them on her invisible tippy-toes! Liz uses her walkie-talkies, her camera and her phone to spring a trap for the devious duo! These are beginner reading books for children who have been learning phonics in school. They provide fun, exciting superhero adventures, ideal for building confidence. They feature special 'Superhero Secrets' puzzle pages that help build comprehension skills.

About the Author

Mandy Ross worked for Shelter and London Underground, and as a teacher with children and adults, before she started work in children's publishing.

She has written lots of books for children of all ages, including Peekaboo Baby! which was shortlisted for the Sainsbury Baby Book Award.

She lives in Birmingham with her partner and young son.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 6

Author

Mandy Ross
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Publisher

Ladybird Books Ltd an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

7th May 2009

ISBN

9781409302636


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