The First Hunter: (New edition)

Paperback

A prehistoric adventure in which an unlikely person invents a game that will change the tribe's way of life.

Tan's tribe must steal meat like jackals to live. Scavenging's dangerous, but they have no other way to get food. Until the tribe's idiot hanger-on invents a new game … Prehistoric adventure. Barrington Stoke specialise in books for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic readers.

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-601-1

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

03-11-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Robert Swindells, Illustrated by Si Clark

Robert Swindells is one of the most respected authors in the UK today. After serving in the RAF he taught for eight years before beginning to write full time. He first won the Children's Book Award in 1984 for Brother in the Land, going on to win three more times. He was awarded the Carnegie Medal in 1993 for the novel Stone Cold.

Product Description

A prehistoric adventure in which an unlikely person invents a game that will change the tribe's way of life.

Tan's tribe must steal meat like jackals to live. Scavenging's dangerous, but they have no other way to get food. Until the tribe's idiot hanger-on invents a new game … Prehistoric adventure. Barrington Stoke specialise in books for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic readers.

ISBN

978-1-78112-601-1

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

03-11-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

A prehistoric adventure in which an unlikely person invents a game that will change the tribe's way of life.

Tan's tribe must steal meat like jackals to live. Scavenging's dangerous, but they have no other way to get food. Until the tribe's idiot hanger-on invents a new game … Prehistoric adventure. Barrington Stoke specialise in books for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic readers.

Author

Robert Swindells, Illustrated by Si Clark

Robert Swindells is one of the most respected authors in the UK today. After serving in the RAF he taught for eight years before beginning to write full time. He first won the Children's Book Award in 1984 for Brother in the Land, going on to win three more times. He was awarded the Carnegie Medal in 1993 for the novel Stone Cold.