Read with Oxford: Stage 4: Non-fiction: Marvellous History - 
      Nikki Gamble
    
      Rob Alcraft
    
      Becca Heddle
    
      Michaela Morgan
    
      Ciaran Murtagh
    
      Daniel Duncan
    
      Deborah Zemke
    
      David Semple
    
      Alex Paterson

Read with Oxford: Stage 4: Non-fiction: Marvellous History

; Rob Alcraft ; Becca Heddle ; Michaela Morgan ; Ciaran Murtagh ; Daniel Duncan (Illustratør) ; Deborah Zemke (Illustratør) ; David Semple (Illustratør) ; Alex Paterson (Illustratør)

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Five non-fiction texts exploring marvellous moments in history.
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Forlag: Oxford University Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780192773876
Format: 22 x 19 cm
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