Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 15: TreeTops Stories: Paradise Hi

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  • 96

  • 9780199184286

  • 0 mm

  • 13 mm

  • 140 gram


  • 29 SEPTEMBER 2005

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    Given a fresh look with covers, a different TreeTops logo, this title includes parental notes on inside back cover, and also teaching materials. Paperback , 96 pages Published September 29th 2005 by Oxford University Press (first published March 25th 1999)

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    Annie Dalton

    Dalton grew up as an only child in the English countryside during the 1950s. Her father was not always around, but when he was, he would tell her fantastical stories, often with her as the principal character. Her father left the family for good. Dalton missed him and his stories, which led her to the fantasy section at her local library, thus sparking life-long love of fiction.

    After undertaking jobs such as waitressing, cleaning and factory work, Dalton went on to study at University of Warwick and soon started writing.

    Dalton now lives in Norfolk. She has three children, Anna, Reuben and Maria (the inspiration for the first Angels Unlimited book, Winging It), and two grandchildren, Sophie and Isabella.

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