True Tales of Creative Minds - Reading Book: Da Vinci, Mozart, Dickens & Zephaniah by CGP Books
  

True Tales of Creative Minds - Reading Book: Da Vinci, Mozart, Dickens & Zephaniah

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RRP £9.99

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True Tales of Creative Minds - Reading Book: Da Vinci, Mozart, Dickens & Zephaniah by CGP Books

This CGP 'True Tales' Reading Book is perfect for pupils in Years 5 & 6 (ages 9-11). It tells the fascinating life stories of four famous creative thinkers: Leonardo da Vinci, Mozart, Charles Dickens and Benjamin Zephaniah. The whole book is in full colour, with plenty of illustrations and examples of all the non-fiction text types children will study in Key Stage Two English - including diaries, advertisements, newspaper reports and more. A matching Teacher Book packed with classroom resources is also available (see 9781847624796).

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Format

Paperback
52 pages

Author

CGP Books
More books by CGP Books

Publisher

Coordination Group Publications Ltd (CGP)

Publication date

7th November 2014

ISBN

9781847624758


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