Whatever the Weather: Wind (QED Readers) by Lauren Taylor
  

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Whatever the Weather: Wind (QED Readers) by Lauren Taylor

What is a gale? What happens during a tornado? How does the wind help birds fly? Be blown away by this weather-focused series! This fantastic reader from QED shines a light on the ever-changing weather whilst also encouraging development of reading skills. This well-presented series educates readers on the falling rain, the icy snow, the whistling wind and the beaming sun. The repetitive text can motivate those who find reading difficult with simple, appealing language and structure. Each paragraph of text is accompanied by a stand-out image. The combination of eye-catching images with simple sentences creates titles that readers at level one want to read by themselves or out loud. Whether it's night or day, summer or winter, raining or snowing, these books can be enjoyed whatever the weather!

About the Author

LAUREN TAYLOR became intrigued with writing when she was very young. As a child she watched movies like Waxwork , Labyrinth and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure a million times each. She holds a BA in Communications and Fine Arts and a MA in History and Fine Arts. Some of Lauren's clients include QED and PublicAffairs.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Lauren Taylor
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Publisher

QED Publishing
www.qed-publishing.co.uk/

Publication date

1st August 2013

ISBN

9781781712238


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