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A fascinating fact filled biography of an inspirational heroine
Level 2 - National Geographic Primary Readers
This lively and very engagingly written biography of the most famous female pilot is part of the levelled National Geographic Kids Primary Readers. This is a Level 2 reader, equivalent to Green, Orange and Turquoise banded books, aimed at readers just becoming fluent. They will enjoy finding out all about the achievements of this female pioneer and the mystery of what happened on her final flight. Beautifully designed to really attract and support the reader with fact boxes, timelines, maps, clear captions, Words to Know explanations and illustrated throughout with stunning photographs of Amelia from the National Geographic archive. Other entertaining features include a photo close up quiz and a photo glossary to aid comprehension and discussion, making this a perfect high interest text to support both reading development and curriculum knowledge.
Level 2: Becoming fluent These books are a good match for kids who are developing reading stamina and enjoy a longer book. They are ideal for readers of Green, Orange and Turquoise books.
National Geographic Primary Readers is a high-interest series of beginning reading books that have been developed in consultation with education experts. The books pair magnificent National Geographic photographs with lively text by skilled children's book authors across four reading levels.
Find out the inspiring story of female pilot Amelia Earhart, and the mystery behind her disappearance, in this fascinating biography.
|Publication date:||3rd September 2018|
|Author:||Caroline Crosson Gilpin|
|Publisher:||Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers|
|Genres:||History, People / Places, True Stories|
Caroline Crosson Gilpin is now a staff editor at The New York Times, after working as a high school English teacher, writing tutor, newspaper education editor and children's book author.More About Caroline Crosson Gilpin