Endorsed for reading by Cambridge Assessment International Education, Cambridge Reading Adventures is our international primary reading scheme. An ideal way to add to your reading collection, our Band Packs include every title within your chosen level. Explore the range of exciting fiction and non-fiction at Yellow Band including Stars, Little Tiger Hu Can Roar!, The Big City and Diego Fandango. Yellow Band books include longer story plots to support the development of inferential skills. There is more emphasis on learners' understanding through reading and less use of illustrations to show meaning. Longer sentences include a wider range of vocabulary while repetition is used for dramatic effect rather than to build high-frequency vocabulary.
This is Book 150 in the Cambridge Reading Adventures Series. See all Cambridge Reading Adventures books here.
Claire Llewellyn is an experienced children's author. She lives and works in Hertford. Her previous books for Watts include the What's for Lunch series.More about Claire Llewellyn
Lynne Rickards was born in Canada and now lives in Scotland with her husband and two children. She grew up writing and illustrating her own stories and actually went to art school at 18 to study illustration. However, she decided she was much happier writing the stories and loves to see artwork in her books, knowing it's so much better than anything sheMore about Lynne Rickards
Shoua Fakhouri has degrees in science from universities in Jordan and the USA. She has worked as a teaching assistant, lecturer and laboratory instructor at university level and for the past 15 years has been working as a teacher, trainer and educational consultant at schools in the Middle East. She has also written for IGCSE Arabic.More about Shoua Fakhouri
Vivian French MBE was first published in 1990 and has since published over 270 titles. Together with Lucy Juckes, Vivian founded Picture Hooks in 2013, a project that supports emerging Scottish illustrators.More about Vivian French
Galia Bernstein was born and raised in Israel. She started her career as a designer and illustrator for the Israeli Army magazine. She later studied illustration at Parsons School of Design at the New School and now works as a full-time freelance illustrator. She lives in New York City.More about Galia Bernstein