Dream On: (New Third edition)

Paperback

A warm and witty football tale. Baljit dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, he is sure that his parents will disapprove and so a chain of lies begins. Will Baljit's fibs mean the end of his dreams? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

A warm and witty football tale from teen favourite Bali Rai. Baljit works in his dad's chippy but dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, Baljit works in his dad's chippy but dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, he is sure that his parents will disapprove and so a chain of lies begins. Will Baljit's fibs mean the end of his potential football stardom, or will his dreams win out? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-422-2

Interest age

11+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

04-11-2014

Format

Paperback

Pages

72 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Bali Rai

Bali Rai was born in Leicester where he grew up in a multicultural community dreaming of playing football for Liverpool FC, being Bob Marley or becoming a writer. He writes the books he would have enjoyed as a teenager and his book Rani and Sukh is a set-text for GCSE English. His novel, Killing Honour, won the North East Teenage Book Award, and was described as “utterly compelling” by The Bookseller.

Product Description

A warm and witty football tale. Baljit dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, he is sure that his parents will disapprove and so a chain of lies begins. Will Baljit's fibs mean the end of his dreams? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

A warm and witty football tale from teen favourite Bali Rai. Baljit works in his dad's chippy but dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, Baljit works in his dad's chippy but dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, he is sure that his parents will disapprove and so a chain of lies begins. Will Baljit's fibs mean the end of his potential football stardom, or will his dreams win out? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

ISBN

978-1-78112-422-2

Interest age

11+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

04-11-2014

Format

Paperback

Pages

72 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

A warm and witty football tale. Baljit dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, he is sure that his parents will disapprove and so a chain of lies begins. Will Baljit's fibs mean the end of his dreams? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

A warm and witty football tale from teen favourite Bali Rai. Baljit works in his dad's chippy but dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, Baljit works in his dad's chippy but dreams of football stardom. When the chance of a lifetime comes along in the form of a national team's rep, he is sure that his parents will disapprove and so a chain of lies begins. Will Baljit's fibs mean the end of his potential football stardom, or will his dreams win out? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

Author

Bali Rai

Bali Rai was born in Leicester where he grew up in a multicultural community dreaming of playing football for Liverpool FC, being Bob Marley or becoming a writer. He writes the books he would have enjoyed as a teenager and his book Rani and Sukh is a set-text for GCSE English. His novel, Killing Honour, won the North East Teenage Book Award, and was described as “utterly compelling” by The Bookseller.