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David M. Miller

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  • 5 stars across 8 books
    1st April 2009

    Shark Island

    Hanna, Ned and their parents are on the holiday of a lifetime on the paradise island of Kaitan. But the idyll is shatter... More

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    20th April 2012

    Self-esteem: A Guide for Teachers

    Do some of your pupils suffer from low or fragile self-esteem? Perhaps you want to help, but don't know how? If so, this... More

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    1st June 1995

    You Can Make Paper Sculptures

    Cut, fold, slot - and hey presto! It's a stegosaurus. Follow a few simple steps, and make these stunning paper sculptur... More

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    1st February 1996

    You Can Do Thousands of Things with String

    Find out how to make a wig, a belt, a rope ladder, a swing, a Turk's Head ...and lots more! For most of these projects,... More

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    13th August 2001

    Key Maths

    This title fully covers the core ICT requirements of the revised National Curriculum and the Framework for teaching math... More

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    5th May 2014

    Global Issues: Refugees

    The Global Issues series addresses important issues that affect everyone in the 21st century, exploring their history an... More

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    10th November 2003

    EXP Maths

    The interactive activities reflect the structure of a three-part lesson and are designed to encourage pupils to explore ... More

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    1st December 2009

    Sea Wolf

    HUNTED. TRAPPED. DESPERATE. Shipwrecked after a ferocious storm, Hanna, Ned and Jik come face to face with a murderous f... More

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