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National Geographic Face to Face Readers is a high-interest series of books for confident, independent readers that have been adapted to a Key Stage 2 audience by education experts. The books pair magnificent National Geographic photographs with lively first-person text and fascinating facts about the natural world.
Discover the wild world of the caterpillar, from your own backyard to the jungles of South America. Join nature photographer Darlyne Murawski and see the metamorphosis through her eyes. Written in an engaging and fun to read format, the captivating photos and fascinating facts are perfect for encouraging the future explorers and biologists of tomorrow!
Level 6 readers are ideal for kids who are very confident in reading independently and ready to challenge themselves with a wide variety of sentence structures and writing styles, a range of new technical vocabulary and the need for more complex inference.
- ”'The National Geographic books have been excellent for stimulating children's interest in the natural world. They provide something different to our regular non-fiction library books because they are pitched at an appropriate level for our children to be able to access independently… I can't recommend them highly enough.”
- ”'The National Geographic books make a huge difference to the children within our school. Children love the fascinating images, the easy to understand text and how informative these books are about the world around them.”