I Didn't Do It! by Paul Kropp


I Didn't Do It! by Paul Kropp

Tom didn't do any of the things they blamed on him. He didn't spray paint on the wall. He didn't poison a hamster. He didn't do any of it! But how could he prove it? Who was trying to get him in trouble? Why...? The great thing about the High Interest Series from Robinswood is that you'd never think that the books were anything other than just regular books. They look like, feel like, and read like regular books. But there's a lot of meticulous development behind each title to make the books attractive to readers right across the reading range in the classroom - from the avid to the much more reluctant. This is invaluable for integrated classroom discussion, especially when reviewing the books with the material in the Teachers' Handbooks. Each book is developed, designed and laid out with great care to work really well with any reader - whether in the classroom or at home. It's then extensively tested and refined in the classroom environment to make sure that it will get read, that students won't give up on the story through over-challenging text, and that they'll get the satisfaction of having completed the book.


This series is 'must have

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About the Author

Paul Kropp is the author of many popular novels for young people. His work includes six award-winning young adult novels, many high-interest novels, as well as writing for adults and younger children. Mr. Kropp's most popular novels for young adults, Moonkid and Prometheus and Moonkid and Liberty, have been translated into German, Danish, French, Portuguese and two dialects of Spanish. They have won awards across the globe. Paul Kropp lives in an 1889 town-house in Toronto's Cabbagetown district with his wife Lori and is a popular speaker for teachers and librarians on issues related to reading.

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72 pages


Paul Kropp
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Publication date

1st May 2007



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