Author(s): Angela Royston
How does a wriggly tadpole change into a leaping frog? Amazing natural processes are explained in this informative book. White Wolves Non-fiction is a guided reading scheme which takes a high-interest approach to core geography, history and science topics. It has been created to appeal to children and reflect the range of texts in the real world, from guidebooks to cookbooks. Covering a wide range of topics at different reading levels, these books are ideal for classroom and topic libraries, and for teaching non-fiction literacy skills in a curriculum context.
PUBLICATION NOVEMBER 2011
Exciting, high-interest non-fiction for 6-7 year olds in the popular White Wolves brand Individual title designs bring key non-fiction text types to life Each mini-series includes titles at three different reading levels - ideal for supporting progression Titles are both high-interest and curriculum-linked Ideal for guided reading sessions, helping teachers to combine literacy and topic teaching
'Each White Wolves mini-series includes titles at each different reading levels which are perfect for supporting progression...a fresh look at core geography, history and science topics.' Family Interest Magazine (June 2011) "For a fresh look at core geography, history and science topics, try Jungle Crash, Knight Survival Guide and Tadpole Story. All three are ideal for Year 2 classrooms and topic libraries, and for teaching non-fiction literacy skills in a curriculum context." Family Interest (Early Summer 2011)
Angela Royston has written many non-fiction books for primary and middle school children. They include books on the environment, animals and the human body as well as on inventions and space travel. Recent books include Floods and Hurricanes & Tornadoes in a series on Wild Weather for QED and Asthma and Down's Syndrome for Hachette Children's Books. She was born in Yorkshire in England, but grew up in Stranraer, a small town in south-west Scotland.