Space Junk by Richard Gunther, Elizabeth McCabe, Tradea Sand, Glenis Knopp
  

Space Junk

Written by Richard Gunther, Elizabeth McCabe, Tradea Sand, Glenis Knopp
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Part of the Wildcats Series

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Synopsis

Space Junk by Richard Gunther, Elizabeth McCabe, Tradea Sand, Glenis Knopp

High-interest, lower ability resource for KS2-3. Designed to provide high-interest books for lower level readers aged 6 to 12+ years. Excellent for Guided Reading. Ideal for struggling readers and writers. Can be used in small-group teaching, and also for independent teaching. Benefits English as a Second Language (ESL) readers, and offers excellent cross-curricular coverage. Each of the Wildcats titles is an anthology wth a variety of genre and text-types in each: from fantasy to fable, poem to personal narrative and non-fiction. Size: 15.5cm wide x 21cm tall. Published 2001. 32 pages.

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Paperback

Author

Richard Gunther, Elizabeth McCabe, Tradea Sand, Glenis Knopp
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Publisher

Lands End Publishing Ltd.

Publication date

1st September 2001

ISBN

9781869599089


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