Structured literacy and decodable booksfor older students
Nessie the Loch Ness monster corresponds with Angus who lives by the lake. How can he possibly doubt her existence? Nessie spells her name Nessy, and calls her home a lake.
By Betsy Sewell – 1328 words
After the earthquake, the landscape is altered, and the map the trampers have bought in good faith is quite wrong.
By Betsy Sewell – 731 words
Mandy must tidy her room, and comes up with some very quick quick-fixes.
By Betsy Sewell – 374 words
How actually do you capture a snake basking on your deck?
By Betsy Sewell – 1058 words
What an absolutely fascinating little creature the limpet is! What ingenious ways it has of protecting itself against its enemies!
By Betsy Sewell – 1018 words
An underwater film maker befriends a huge manta ray, and follows her life.
Many words with o_e and i_e
By Betsy Sewell – 2337 words
Based on a true event. A particularly difficult whale stranding, and what must be done to save them.
By Betsy Sewell – 1390 words
The incredibly complex social and farming systems of these ants.
By Betsy Sewell – 759 words
Jane and David become separated by war, and then spend most of a lifetime trying to find each other.
When they finally do meet, will they recognise each other?
And will the emerald pendant Dave gave Jane help track her down?
silent e pattern,ee,ea,or
By Betsy Sewell – 1847 words
Libby was the first woman to win the grueling dog sled race across Alaska, and she did it by taking a risk, and putting the needs of the dogs ahead of her own.
By Betsy Sewell – 1717 words
The Aswan Dam has changed Egypt, but there have been some downsides. The story of the changes the dam has brought to Egypt, told from the point of view of those who live along the riverbanks.
By Betsy Sewell – 1868 words
How Adolf Hitler and Ferdinand Porsche collaborated to design the biggest selling car of all time.
By Betsy Sewell – 1408 words
The true story of a puppy rescued from the brink of starvation from a German army camp, who went on to become the most famous film star of his day.
By Betsy Sewell – 1425 words
From the gold fields of Central Otago. Finding gold is not quite as easy as the rumours suggest, and then when you do, that is when your problems really begin.
By Betsy Sewell – 1404 words
How do you escape from a heavily guarded World War 2 prison camp? When all else fails, build a glider and fly out!
By Betsy Sewell – 2362 words
A runaway slave makes his precarious way to freedom, not knowing who he can trust. And then he comes back to rescue his little family…
By Betsy Sewell – 2521 words
Complete set of Level 6 titles, in a journal box.
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