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The Changing Climate 3 Explorers

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How is our climate changing and what will this mean in the future? Books in the Explorers strand are for learners who are reading a wide range of fiction and non-fiction with a good degree of accuracy and reasonable reading pace. Readers at this strand will be able to discuss their reading preferences and read critically considering the author's effectiveness. Non-fiction titles in this strand include information provided in range of formats including diagrams, captions and glossaries and learners are introduced to a range of more complex topic-specific vocabulary. Contains teaching support including learning outcomes, curriculum links and follow-up activities.

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This is Book 106 in the Cambridge Reading Adventures Series. See all Cambridge Reading Adventures books here.

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About Jon Hughes

Initially trained and working as a Fine Artist, Jon Hughes made the shift to traditional illustration by the mid 1980's, making the transition to Digital 2&3D work in 1998, and has been continuing to attract commissions, with numerous published titles to his name. Clients have included: The Natural History Museum London, National Geographic, American Museum

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