Don't Believe Her Set 2 by Helen Orme, David Orme
  

Synopsis

Don't Believe Her Set 2 by Helen Orme, David Orme

Joe and Adam want all the details about what Alfie did with Carrie. Alfie just doesn't want to talk about it. Until he tells his best friend Jen. Then Carrie finds them together. How will things work out? Don't Believe Her is part of the Streetwise reading series. 'Streetwise' covers key PSHE (personal, social and health education) topics with each book featuring a short story highlighting a single topic, accompanied by discussion points and writing ideas in the back of each book. Each story is short enough to enable a topic to be covered in a single 20 minute lesson. Streetwise is published by Ransom Publishing, a specialist publisher for reluctant and struggling readers. It is ideal for readers aged 11+ with a reading ages of 10+.

About the Author

Before writing full-time, Helen Orme taught as a Special Needs Co-ordinator in a large comprehensive school. At the last count she had written around 40 books, many for reluctant and struggling readers.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Helen Orme, David Orme
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Publisher

Ransom Publishing

Publication date

28th April 2014

ISBN

9781841673561


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