Cold Fusion Reading Pack

Series: Cold Fusion
Interest Age: 9 - 12 Years old
Reading Age: 9 - 12 Years old
Published: 31 August 2017
AR Book Level: TBC
Book Band: TBC
Catch Up Level: TBC
Lexile Level: TBC
Pages: 120pp
Words: See individual title
Fiction and Non-fict
Pack (format)
ISBN: 9781785913198

Availability: In stock

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Description

The Cold Fusion series is aimed at young readers aged 9 - 12 and contains titles written by many different authors:

 

This is a series designed for children who like a challenge and  caters for the more able - though not necessarily the keen - reader. The books are out of the ordinary, designed to grip children who often aren't stimulated by general fiction for their age group. Cold Fusion is for readers who are curious, enjoy the challenge and like thinking outside the box. Four titles in this pack arel fiction, and several have won awards and two are non-fiction.

 

The pack contains stories about the First World War, Victorian England, school mysteries and secret code, making the series great for school libraries and individual purchase.  Authors includes David Orme, who has written over 200 books including poetry collections, fiction and non-fiction, and school text books;  John Townsend, who is a full time writer who focuses particularly on helping boys enjoy reading; Mary Chapman, who is now a full time writer of children's fiction and Pamela Cosman, a Professor in the US who has a strong interest in codes, Stephen Rickard, who is a writer and publisher, and has written and developed many award-winning books and software titles.

 

 The series contains stories about the First World War, Victorian England, school mysteries and secret code, meaning there's something for everyone, making the series great for school libraries and individual purchase.

 

 This pack contains one copy of each of the following books from the Cold Fusion series:

 

The Secret Code Menace

Why Haven't We Seen Aliens?

How Do We Know Anything?

Never Odd or Even

The Secret Message

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