Designed to encourage students to enjoy reading about science, this series provides resources to support ideas and evidence in science. It has a wide variety of writing styles, including playlets, cartoons and stories and contains differing levels of readability and scientific content. It has exercises to encourage thinking skills and writing ability that can be used for homework, class activities and individual study.
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