Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 13: Treetops Non-Fiction Making Music by Mick GowarOxford Reading Tree: Stage 13: Treetops Non-Fiction Making Music by Mick Gowar

Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 13: Treetops Non-Fiction Making Music

byMick Gowar, Simon Gunton, Claire Llewellyn

Paperback | September 29, 2005

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TreeTops Non-Fiction is an exciting extension to the Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops range. * Making Music - a look at the life of a professional musician - Simon Gunton - a classical trombonist, sackbut player, who provides a first-hand insight into musical concepts* Hard Work - a vivid account of the working lives of Victorian children, using eyewitness accounts* Under the Volcano - explores the violent eruption of Vesuvius on Pompeii in Italy in AD79 and how the volcano continues to impact on life around it today* Winning Words - a celebration of words in the English language which includes word quizzes, puzzles and games and a detailed section explaining how words enter the Oxford English Dictionary* Wonderful Things - a cross-cultural tour of rare and everyday objects and their meanings* Save Our Coasts - explores the facts behind coastal erosion and questions Man's intervention on coastlines around the world
Sarah Fleming was a journalist and has worked in children's TV. Claire Llewellyn lives in Hertford and is an established non-fiction author for children. Fiona Macdonald has authored several titles in the Oxford Literacy Web series.
Title:Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 13: Treetops Non-Fiction Making MusicFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9.06 × 7.09 × 0.15 inPublished:September 29, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199198713

ISBN - 13:9780199198719

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