Wasim the Wanderer by Chris Ashley
  

Synopsis

Wasim the Wanderer by Chris Ashley

Wasim is trying out his football skills for Teamwork 10,000, which might just lead to a trial with the Woodley Wanderers! But how can he play his best football with Robert Bailey lurking around every corner at school...and then at the practice ground too?

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Wasim is a great new character, this time he wants to be a footballer. www.bettybookmark.co.uk A character that primary school children and teachers will recognise and respond to with pleasure... the blend of compulsive sporting drama with commonplace issues make ideal group readers for lower juniors. -- Kate Agnew Guardian A tale of triumph for the little outsider who manages to prove his talent. Junior

About the Author

Chris Ashley, the son of children's book writer Bernard Ashley, was born in south-east London and his childhood was dominated by sport and children's books. He trained as a teacher and began writing in the 1980s. He is the head teacher of a school in Bury.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 7 To 10

Author

Chris Ashley
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Publisher

Publication date

1st June 2007

ISBN

9781845077457


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