Fb2 Rollercoasters: Blackout Reader ePub
by Robert Swindells
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (July 7, 2011)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1821 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1547 kb|
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ROBERT SWINDELLS left school at fifteen to work on a local newspaper. At seventeen, he joined the RAF for three years, then trained and worked as a teacher. Now a full-time writer, he is the author of a number of bestselling titles for the Random House children's list. In 1994 he won the Carnegie Medal for STONE COLD (Hamish Hamilton), a teenage novel about a serial killer. RUBY TANYA won the Salford Children's Book Award 2005.
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Another gripping World War Two drama from the master storyteller and multi-award-winner, Robert Swindells .
Another gripping World War Two drama from the master storyteller and multi-award-winner, Robert Swindells. Life in a small village is boring now the war is over, there is still rationing and bomb damage and war losses. But when a group of children hear of some treasure kept locked in the village, things look at bit more interesting. And then two strangers turn up in the village - a. Swindells. Another gripping World War Two drama from the master storyteller and multi-award-winner, Robert Swindells.
Robert Swindells's A Midsummer Night's Dream is set in a very .
Robert Swindells's A Midsummer Night's Dream is set in a very modern-day Yorkshire. Theseus, the neighbourhood tycoon is getting married. Martha is twelve - and very different from other kids, because of her parents. Strict members of a religious group - the Brethren - their rules dominate Martha's life. Plots which grip the reader from the opening paragraph' THE SUNDAY TIMES 'Robert Swindells writes the kinds of books that are so scary you're afraid to turn the page' YOUNG TELEGRAPH. It's the height of World War Two.
Written for 11-14 students by award-winning writers, these novels contain varied themes, challenging subject matter and engaging plots, to motivate your KS3 students to keep reading. Each novel is suitable for whole-class work or independent reading. Writers include Tim Bowler, Siobhan Dowd, Robert Swindells, Gillian Cross, Gill Lewis and Malorie Blackman. Durable, flexi-cover readers which last longer in the classroom.
Swindells deftly explains the atmosphere of war-torn London. without bogging down the pace of the book. "Publishers Weekly" on" Shrapnel. Swindells' novel shows the excitement of the war at home. "Swindells paints the home front like a play, in page-turning but atmospheric scenes full of details of everyday life and secondary characters that rise, well-rounded, from spare, believable dialogue. School Library Journal "on "Shrapnel".