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Project X Alien Adventures: Dark Blue Book Band, Oxford Level 16: The Rip in the Wardrobe By Mike Tucker

Project X Alien Adventures: Dark Blue Book Band, Oxford Level 16: The Rip in the Wardrobe

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Project X Alien Adventures takes you on an incredible independent reading journey with this fantastic story featuring the popular Project X characters Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger. An army of Krush warriors invades through the rip in Tiger's wardrobe! Can the micro-friends repel the Krush attack and save their friends and family?

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Project X Alien Adventures: Dark Blue Book Band, Oxford Level 16: The Rip in the Wardrobe Summary


Project X Alien Adventures: Dark Blue Book Band, Oxford Level 16: The Rip in the Wardrobe by Mike Tucker

Project X Alien Adventures takes you on an incredible reading journey with this fantastic story featuring the popular Project X characters Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger. Tiger is grounded. His brother, Toby, is looking after him. The dimension rip is stuck open. Could the day get any worse? Tiger is about to find out that it can. In fact it gets much, much worse when an army of Krush warriors starts to invade through the rip in Tiger's wardrobe! Can the micro-friends repel the Krush attack and save their friends and family, or will they all be adapted? Carefully levelled and highly motivating, this book is ideal for independent reading. This book also contains notes on the inside front and back covers with advice on supporting older children with their reading, questions for readers, and a follow-up activity.

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Project X Alien Adventures: Dark Blue Book Band, Oxford Level 16: The Rip in the Wardrobe by Mike Tucker
Mike Tucker
Project X Alien Adventures
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2015-04-23
64
0198310587
9780198310587
N/A
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