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A nice relaxing holiday in a lakeside paradise. That's exactly what the Cranberry family had in mind - until they arrived at Grey Bluff Lake. There's nothing relaxing about a drought! Can they learn to use less water - and still enjoy the summer?
Blueprints is a series that provides a variety of graded texts to meet the different learning levels within your classroom.
With a colourful and eye-catching design, students are provided with a firm scaffold of learning experiences to support discovery learning, and the development of higher order thinking skills.
The streamlined approach teaches literacy along with other learning areas, one unit per term. The fiction and non-fiction topic books explore concepts introduced in the Big Ideas Book in greater depth. Interactive activities on the CD within each unit extend learning beyond the texts.
The story begins with a mysterious egg washed up on a Scottish beach, the morning after a great storm.
Kirstie and her brother Angus find the egg and take it home. The next day it has hatched into a tiny greeny-grey creature with a horse's head, warty skin, four flippers and a crocodile's tail.
The baby sea monster soon becomes the family pet - but the trouble is, it just doesn't stop growing!
About the Author
Dick King-Smith is one of the best-loved children's authors of today. He has written over a hundred books, including The Sheep-Pig, winner of the Guardian Fiction Prize, which inspired the blockbuster film Babe.
The amazing sequel to World of Fire, Dev Harmer has landed in a new body on a new planet.
Dev Harmer, reluctant agent of Interstellar Security Solutions, has travelled to ocean world Robinson D, nicknamed Triton.
Here, settlements belonging to the Terran Diaspora have been coming under attack by members of the planet's subaquatic indigenous race. ISS suspects the involvement of an agent provocateur working for humankind's galactic rivals, the artificial intelligence civilisation known as Polis+.
As the violence escalates, Dev finds himself battling to restore order, and it is a race against time. He has only seventy-two hours before his genetically engineered host form breaks down irreversibly. And an ancient god-beast is rising from the depths to usher in an apocalypse...
About the Author
James Lovegrove published his first novel at the age of twenty-four and has since written more than 40 books. He has been shortlisted for numerous awards, including the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award, and his work has been translated into 15 languages. In 2011 he became a New York Times best selling author with Age of Odin.
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