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Fantastico Literature and Culture Fiction 3

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General Editor: Sue Palmer Fiction Editor and Language Consultant: Wendy BodyThe Longman Book Project for ages 4-11: Inspires children with an unparalleled variety of fiction by significant children's authors and illustrators such as Anne Fine, Beverley Naidoo, Michael Rosen, Jacqueline Wilson and Geraldine McCaughrean. Offers at-a-glance NLS teaching support in a literacy grid at the back of every book highlighting text, sentence and word level work for easy access by teachers, teaching assistants and parents. Specific materials for progress monitoring and assessment for teachers and children in the Teacher's Books including reading and writing assessment task copymasters, test passages and reading records. Provides gradual, age-appropriate progression and supportive clusters of shared, guided and independent reading books based around common themes for Key Stage 1/P1-3. Presents a wide range of different titles to stimulate all readers at Key Stage 2/P4-7. Covers a huge range of NLS fiction genres including plays and poetry to promote speaking and listening. Promotes valuable awareness of community and citizenship through many titles based around issues of community, environment and health.

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This is Book 83 in the Longman Book Project Series. See all Longman Book Project books here.

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About Nicholas Fisk

Nicholas Fisk has been an actor, jazz musician, illustrator, photographer and has worked in advertising. He has written more than fifty books, most of which are Science Fiction for older children.

His starting point for a story is an IF ...IF we had a domestic robot, IF we could talk to animals, IF we could move back and forth in time. On such premises he p

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