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The Rise of the Sauropods White Band

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Endorsed for reading by Cambridge Assessment International Education, Cambridge Reading Adventures is our international primary reading scheme. Go back 150 million years to walk with the sauropods, the biggest animals ever to walk the Earth. Learn what they looked like, how they lived and how they died out. White Band non-fiction titles use different genre styles across one text and a range of non-fiction text features. Contains full teaching support including learning outcomes, curriculum links and follow-up activities.

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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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