It’s great to talk and be heard. But it’s also great to listen and learn. The good news is, this series helps you do both. (And have lots of fun too.) Fact books for curious kids, which help you take a fresh look at your world and build your communication skills. In this book, you’ll learn about machines. Read the easy text on your own, or listen as it’s read aloud to you. Finished? Great! Now it’s onto the smart part: the cool ‘what do you think?’ section. What pushes a shuttle into space? Why does a digger have metal tracks? If you’ve listened well, you’ll know the answers – and now it’s your turn to talk!
- A bright first fact book that boosts speaking and listening skills
- Quiz questions prompt children to discuss what they’ve read
- Includes activity ideas to reinforce children’s understanding
- A favourite factual topic linked to the school curriculum
AR book level: 3.1; Lower years; 0.5 points