Spines, Stings and Teeth

Spines Stings and Teeth This non fiction book explains how sea creatures have spines stings and teeth and other means to protect themselves from hungry predators Packed with stunning underwater photographs there is much to

  • Title: Spines, Stings and Teeth
  • Author: Angie Belcher Andy Belcher
  • ISBN: 9780007185894
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • This non fiction book explains how sea creatures have spines, stings and teeth and other means to protect themselves from hungry predators Packed with stunning underwater photographs, there is much to entrance young readers Green Band 5 books offer early readers patterned language and varied characters Text type Non chronological report A simple table at the endThis non fiction book explains how sea creatures have spines, stings and teeth and other means to protect themselves from hungry predators Packed with stunning underwater photographs, there is much to entrance young readers Green Band 5 books offer early readers patterned language and varied characters Text type Non chronological report A simple table at the end of the book can be used to check understanding and to recap information learnt reading the book Curriculum links Citizenship Animals and us This non fiction book is paried with a playscript on a similar theme Worm Looks for Lunch by Julia Donaldson This book has been levelled for Reading Recovery.

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    About “Angie Belcher Andy Belcher

    • Angie Belcher Andy Belcher

      Angie Belcher is both writer and teacher Creating a collaboration between the two is what gives greater depth to both her writing and her teaching Predominantly known for her travel writing and non fiction texts, her writing is varied and includes both Young Adult and Junior Fiction novels, commissioned and freelance articles and educational text many of them written to entice reluctant readers into the world of the written word.Trained as a primary school teacher, Angie has specialised in middle school teaching in particular drama and English as a Second Language.Adventure has been an enormous part of Angie s life Many of her texts draw upon high adrenaline activities She has completed than 2000 scuba dives and 100 skydives and has had a long time connection with caving, motorcycling, skiing and many other outdoor pursuits.Commissioned travel writing has taken Angie to Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea, much of the Pacific and many parts of Europe She has had than 200 travel articles published in national and international magazines including prestigious in flight magazines such as Silver Kri, Pacific Wave and Sawadee Angie has also contributed to various coffee table books such as Guide to the World s Best Wreck Dives New Holland and The World s Best Dive Sites She was also commissioned to write the Berlitz Pocket Guide to Fiji 2009.Some of Angie s stories have been recorded for radio and The Woven Flax Kete was rewritten as a school play and produced and performed by Pahoia School in New Zealand.An accomplished public speaker Angie is a member of the New Zealand Book Council Writers in Schools Scheme and has been guest speaker at literary events, service club meetings and children s writing workshops She has been a window display during New Zealand Book Month, the prize in a raffle at a literary conference and part of a living art work during an arts festival are counts these among the bizarre opportunities her writing career has led to.Angie has spent the last three years living and teaching in the Pacific nation of Vanuatu, and gathering new material for future writing Angie is available for a wide range of writing and speaking engagements including Travel articles, editing, copy writing, educational resources, mentoring and motivating and leading writing workshops.

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