Freestyle Body Talk: Break It Down! Paperback

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    "Raintree Freestyle" is a new, eye-catching range of colourful non-fiction books for the less able and reluctant reader, aged between 11 and 14 years old. Designed for students with a reading age of 11+, these high interest books will enable readers to encounter curriculum-linked topics at an accessible reading level. Enable your students to get to grips with the basics of human biology and be entertained in the process! With "Body Talk Freestyle", readers can find out how the body works while enjoying some weird and wonderful facts that are sure to get them hooked on learning about this important part of the science curriculum. Readers are encouraged to think about their own bodies in order to connect with the subject matter. It provides curriculum coverage including appropriate terms and concepts so that students unable to cope with mainstream texts are still getting access to core curriculum topics. It features boxes filled with fascinating facts, clear artwork and quirky photos keep engagement levels high.

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    Number of Pages: 48
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781406200720
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    Listed in: Educational: Biology
    Publisher: Raintree

    Books by Steve Parker

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    RRP: £8.25

    Sale Price: £7.41

    Save: £0.84 per copy!

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