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Viking Adventures: The World to the West By Andy Elkerton

Viking Adventures: The World to the West by Andy Elkerton

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Bold and daring adventures of boy hero Oolaf in the world of Vikings!

Viking Adventures: The World to the West Summary

Viking Adventures: The World to the West by Andy Elkerton

Bold and daring adventures of boy hero Oolaf in the world of Vikings!

Viking Adventures are thrilling stories mixing that perfect match of fantasty and history. Join Oolaf as he embarks on a voyage to strange new lands involving storms, shipwrecks and a herd of angry bison!

The Viking Adventures series are colour illustrated first chapter books, pitched perfectly for 6-8 years olds or readers in key stage 2. This series is all banded book band Lime 11 and are designed to boost confidence and develop fluent readers, a great way to progress reading skills and read for pleasure. Books also contain facts and a glossary at the back with some key Viking terms, making a great cross curricular link for Viking topic work.

About Andy Elkerton

Andy Elkerton is a highly talented illustrator who has now turned his hand to writing. He has illustrated many fabulous readers on the Franklin Watts list. One of his recent titles, I Love this Tree, was shortlisted for the SLA awards. He lives on the west coast of Scotland with his family.

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NGR9781445158389
9781445158389
1445158388
Viking Adventures: The World to the West by Andy Elkerton
New
Hardback
Hachette Children's Group
2017-09-28
32
N/A
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