Rugby Academy - Surface to Air

Paperback

Second instalment of Tom Palmer's rugby trilogy set against the backdrop of war. The Borderlands team are in the European Rugby Championship. The trophy is almost in their grasp but their parents are still overseas, serving in the growing conflict. Can the team play through? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers of 8+

Second instalment of Tom Palmer's action-packed rugby trilogy set against the backdrop of war. The Borderlands boarding school rugby team have made it into the European Rugby Championship Tournament. They're enjoying their time in France, but Rory and the rest of the team can't help thinking about each of their parents, serving overseas in the growing conflict in the Central Asian Republic. Can the boys focus on the game enough to win the final and make it to the International Tournament? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-398-0

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

03-02-2015

Format

Paperback

Pages

112 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Tom Palmer, Illustrated by David Shephard

Tom Palmer was a reluctant reader as a child and credits articles about football with getting him into reading. He is now the multi-award-winning author of many books for young readers, including the Young Quills Award winner After the War and FCBG Children’s Book Award winners Armistice Runner and D-Day Dog. In 2019 Tom was awarded the National Literacy Trust’s Ruth Rendell Award in recognition of his significant contribution to literacy work in the UK.

Product Description

Second instalment of Tom Palmer's rugby trilogy set against the backdrop of war. The Borderlands team are in the European Rugby Championship. The trophy is almost in their grasp but their parents are still overseas, serving in the growing conflict. Can the team play through? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers of 8+

Second instalment of Tom Palmer's action-packed rugby trilogy set against the backdrop of war. The Borderlands boarding school rugby team have made it into the European Rugby Championship Tournament. They're enjoying their time in France, but Rory and the rest of the team can't help thinking about each of their parents, serving overseas in the growing conflict in the Central Asian Republic. Can the boys focus on the game enough to win the final and make it to the International Tournament? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

ISBN

978-1-78112-398-0

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

03-02-2015

Format

Paperback

Pages

112 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

Second instalment of Tom Palmer's rugby trilogy set against the backdrop of war. The Borderlands team are in the European Rugby Championship. The trophy is almost in their grasp but their parents are still overseas, serving in the growing conflict. Can the team play through? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers of 8+

Second instalment of Tom Palmer's action-packed rugby trilogy set against the backdrop of war. The Borderlands boarding school rugby team have made it into the European Rugby Championship Tournament. They're enjoying their time in France, but Rory and the rest of the team can't help thinking about each of their parents, serving overseas in the growing conflict in the Central Asian Republic. Can the boys focus on the game enough to win the final and make it to the International Tournament? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

Author

Tom Palmer, Illustrated by David Shephard

Tom Palmer was a reluctant reader as a child and credits articles about football with getting him into reading. He is now the multi-award-winning author of many books for young readers, including the Young Quills Award winner After the War and FCBG Children’s Book Award winners Armistice Runner and D-Day Dog. In 2019 Tom was awarded the National Literacy Trust’s Ruth Rendell Award in recognition of his significant contribution to literacy work in the UK.