Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a non-fiction series that aims to engage children in reading for pleasure as powerfully as fiction does. The variety of topics means there are books to interest every child in this compelling series.
The series is written by top children's authors and subject experts. The books are carefully levelled, making it easy to match every child to the right book.
This pack contains 36 books, six of each of Let's Make Comics!, Burps, Scabs and Smells, Skills and Thrills, A Life in the Sky, The Dinosaur Hunters, and The Life of Leonardo.
This is Book 40 in the Oxford Reading Tree inFact Series. See all Oxford Reading Tree inFact books here.
The Etherington Brothers are the creators of Malcolm Magic, Monkey Nuts, Baggage, Tusk and MOON! They have also worked on Transformers, Star Wars, Terminator Salvation, Dreamworks' Monsters Vs Aliens and Madagascar comics.
Facts about Robin: he's an obsessive snowboarder, insomniac and toast fanatic...seriously...he can go through a whole loaf in five minu
Anita Ganeri is a well-known author of children's non-fiction books, covering a wide range of subjects from geography and religion to wildlife and ancient history. She has writtten many titles on ancient civilizations, including Ancient Egypt. Currently, she is working on the best-selling Horrible Geography series for Scholastic Publishing, the first thMore about Anita Ganeri
Kate Scott was born in London. She writes children's books, children's television programs, radio plays, and poetry. She has lived in many different places and had many different jobs, but now she makes up stories--the best job in the world--and lives in Dorset, England, with her husband and two children.More about Kate Scott
Collins UK is a leading information-led publisher of illustrated and narrative nonfiction.More about Rob Alcraft
Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom are a creative team who work together on both text and illustration. Together they have produced many titles for Franklin Watts and won many awards, including the Silver Smarties prize for The World Is Full of Babies, the Tes information book award for What's Under the Bed? and the English Association non-fiction award for WaMore about Mick Manning
Brita Granstrom has illustrated numerous well-known rhymes for children including "Ten in the Bed" and "Ring A Ring A Roses", as well as "Does a Cow Say Boo?" by Judy Hindley. Brita grew up in Sweden, on a farm by a lake. She now divides her time between England and Sweden.More about Brita Granstrom