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Killer Plants

by Helen Bird, David Orme

Part of the Trailblazers Series

Killer Plants Synopsis

Meet the killer plants. These plants don't bother with sunlight or water. They eat meat instead. Insects, rats, mice ... Remember - you could be next! Then find out which bean is 12,000 times more poisonous than rattlesnake venom. You'd better get the facts. Then read the story 'Where's Mr Potts?' You'll be a bit more careful next time you cut some flowers. This fantastic book features an exciting combination of both fiction and non-fiction. The non-fiction section enables readers to engage with the subject matter, using dramatic illustrations and bite-sized texts. The beautifully illustrated fiction story appears in two formats - short, simple texts for more able readers and an illustrated 'speech bubble' version of the same story, for those who are really struggling. Part of the Trailblazers series, this book is brilliant for keeping reluctant readers engaged.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781841678030
Publication date: 28th September 2009
Author: Helen Bird, David Orme
Publisher: Ransom Publishing
Format: Paperback / softback
Categories: Educational: English language: readers & reading schemes,

About Helen Bird, David Orme

Helen Orme runs workshops for children on fiction and non-fiction writing, and courses for teachers in both primary and secondary schools. At the last count she had written around 40 books, many for reluctant readers. Before becoming a writer and consultant she taught as a Special Needs Co-ordinator in a large comprehensive school.

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