Not What it Seems by Peter Mair, Dot Meharry, Tom Pipher, Paul Reeder


Not What it Seems by Peter Mair, Dot Meharry, Tom Pipher, Paul Reeder

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.

About the Author

Peter Mair holds the chair of Comparative Politics in Leiden University in the Netherlands and previously taught at the University of Limerick, the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, the University of Manchester, and the European University Institute, Florence. He is the author (with Stefano Bartolini) of Identity, Competition, and Electoral Availability (Cambridge, 1990), which was awarded the Stein Rokkan Prize, and of Party System Change (Oxford, 1997). Recent co-edited books include How Parties Organize (London, 1994), and Partien auf komplexen Wahlermarkten (Vienna, 1999). He is co-editor of the European Journal of Political Research and is currently engaged in a project on the long-term development of elections, parties, and governments in Western Europe over the period from 1950 to 2000.

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1st September 2001



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