Yucky Food Set 4 by Helen Orme
  

Synopsis

Yucky Food Set 4 by Helen Orme

What is the world's yuckiest food? What yucky food did the Romans eat? Which fish can kill you if you eat the wrong part? It's all in here. Then read a story about food that looks yucky - but tastes great! This fun non-fiction reading book, with exciting colour photos and illustrations, will appeal to all older struggling readers. It focuses on a popular topic to provide interest for an older age range and, as part of one of the higher sets of the Thunderbolts series, will engage struggling readers and promote further progression. As with all Thunderbolts titles, the book includes a non-fiction section and a fiction story.

About the Author

Helen Orme runs workshops for children on fiction and non-fiction writing, and courses for teachers in both primary and secondary schools. At the last count she had written around 40 books, many for reluctant readers. Before becoming a writer and consultant she taught as a Special Needs Co-ordinator in a large comprehensive school. David Orme has written over 200 books including poetry collections, fiction and non-fiction, and school text books, as well as Ransom's popular Trailblazers series. When he is not writing books he travels around the country giving performances, running writing workshops and running courses.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
36 pages

Author

Helen Orme
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Publisher

Ransom Publishing

Publication date

11th December 2012

ISBN

9781781270790


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