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Written by Gillian Philip
Illustrated by Euan Cook
Part of the Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Reflect SeriesWrite A Review
Martin loves taking photos, especially of birds, and so a big photography competition at school should be a dream come true. However, he has Sophia for a partner, who is aloof and spiky and would rather take a photo of a bin than a bird. But as Martin learns more about her life, and her role as a carer for her mum, he discovers they can find a way to work together and begin to see things from a different angle. Reflect is a series of emotionally powerful books with realistic settings, carefully crafted to promote thoughtful discussions and develop higher-level reading comprehension. Written by top childrens authors and developed with Literacy expert and Series Editor Nikki Gamble, these are books you can trust to engage, entertain and support childrens personal development. The books are finely levelled, making it easy to match every child to stories with the right depth and complexity for them, and helping them to progress. Each book contains inside cover notes to help children deepen their understanding and support their reading comprehension. Teaching notes on Oxford Owl offer cross-curricular links to relationships education and support literacy skills.
|Publication date:||4th April 2019|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Nikki Gamble is Founder and Director of Just Imagine and Associate Consultant at UCL's Institute of Education. She has worked extensively in schools across the UK and internationally, most recently managing a project for the London Schools Excellence Fund with a focus on developing excellence in teaching reading at KS2 and KS3. Nikki is author of Exploring Children's Literature and co-author of Guiding Readers. She serves on the National Council of UKLA.More About Gillian Philip