What’s that Building?: Band 07/Turquoise
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What’s that Building?: Band 07/Turquoise


What’s that Building?: Band 07/Turquoise Reviews | Toppsta

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Travel the world and look at some of the most amazing buildings – inside and out! Find out how they're built, what they do and lots more fantastic facts in this exciting and very visual book. Each building is intricately illustrated, providing lots of detail to look at and talk about.

  • Turquoise/Band 7 books offer literary language and extended descriptions, with longer sentences and a wide range of unfamiliar terms.
  • Text type: An information book.
  • A collage scene on pages 22 and 23 of all the buildings from the book allows children to recall the different features of each building.
  • Additional retrieval devices such as a glossary and index can be evaluated for their usefulness as children develop critical reading skills.
  • Curriculum links: Design and Technology: Homes; Geography: Passport to the world.
  • This book has been quizzed for Accelerated Reader.

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Richard Platt is the author of a growing list of informative books for young readers and also writes for innovative multimedia projects. He was born in 1953 in the United Kingdom and earned his degree in art from Newcastle College of Art and Design in 1974. Platt earned his B.A. from Leeds Polytechnic University and attended Central School of Art in 1977. He

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Richard Platt is the award-winning author of over 90 titles, fiction and non-fiction. He is an amateur expert on the sea, and especially on smuggling and piracy. He is also fascinated by social history and by the history of science and technology. Richard lives in rural Kent with his wife, a black cat and five chickens.

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