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Liz Miles

  • 5 stars across 150 books
    Liz Miles is a freelance editor with many years of experience and the author of a number of books for younger readers. She co-founded and is joint director of Wordstone Publishing. She lives in Wivenhoe, England.
    17th September 2018

    Hero Academy: Oxford Level 3, Yellow Book Band: Zoom Food

    Project X Hero Academy is a fully decodable and finely levelled reading series set in a school for superheroes, designed... More

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    4th September 2017

    Oxford Reading Tree Story Sparks: Oxford Level 2: Dad, Can You Do This?

    Zac can do lots of things that Dad can't, from fitting into small spaces to swinging on the climbing frame. But Dad has ... More

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    1st October 2009

    Culture in Action Pack D of 4

    A wide-ranging series introducing readers to a range of popular arts topics, from literature to graffiti and dance to mo... More

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    19th June 2014

    Dinosaur Record Breakers

    Check out the greatest record-breakers in history - the dinosaurs! Millions of years ago, when dinosaurs roamed the Eart... More

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    10th July 2014

    Encounters with the Past: Meet the Ancient Greeks

    You can learn a lot from what archaeologists and historians have uncovered about the past, but what would the people who... More

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    1st January 2013

    Oxford Reading Tree: Level 5: Traditional Tales Phonics Jack and the Beanstalk and Other Stories

    These well-loved traditional stories have been carefully retold using phonics and familiar language so that children can... More

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    1st October 2009

    Culture in Action Pack B of 4

    A wide-ranging series introducing readers to a range of popular arts topics, from literature to graffiti and dance to mo... More

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    15th September 2009

    Movie Special Effects

    A wide-ranging series introducing readers to a range of popular arts topics, from literature to graffiti and dance to mo... More

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