Busy People: Teacher by Lucy M. George
  

Synopsis

Busy People: Teacher by Lucy M. George

Welcome to the everyday life of Miss Betts the teacher! Follow Miss Betts and learn all about the challenges she faces in her very busy job! A very special guest is due to arrive later in the day, but first, there are many classes to teach! Step inside the lives of Busy People! Each story focuses on a different character as they go about their daily work. But each day holds a new challenge...Next Steps are included at the back of the book to prompt further discussion and develop vocabulary. More information is provided about the Busy People and the type of equipment they need as well as the characters that work alongside them. The Busy People series includes: * Firefighter * Doctor * Vet * Teacher

About the Author

Lucy Cuthew is an editor and author who specialises in picture books. Her published books (written under her pen name, Lucy M George) include Back to School Tortoise and The Snow Queen.

She has twin sons of her own called Felix and Hamish.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Lucy M. George
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Author's Website

www.lucycuthew.co.uk/

Publisher

QED Publishing

Publication date

21st August 2016

ISBN

9781784931544


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