Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Greatest Stories: Oxford Level 14: The Well at the World's End
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Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Greatest Stories: Oxford Level 14: The Well at the World's End

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When a girl is sent to find a well at the end of the world, simple acts of kindness lead her to more than she expects. A lost daughter captures the heart of a prince, but will she be reunited with her father? An unfortunate girl is given not one, but two impossible tasks to spin straw into gold, and to guess the name of an unknown creature. The girls will have to use their hearts, charms and wits to find solutions to their problems.
TreeTops Greatest Stories offers children some of the worlds best-loved tales in a collection of timeless classics. Top children's authors and talented illustrators work together to bring to life our literary heritage for a new generation, engaging and delighting children.
The books are carefully levelled, making it easy to match every child to the right book.
Each book contains inside cover notes to help children explore the content, supporting their reading development. Teaching notes on Oxford Owl offer cross-curricular links and activities to support guided reading, writing, speaking and listening.
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Product details

  • 9+
  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 137 x 201 x 4mm | 100g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Colour
  • 0198306024
  • 9780198306023
  • 103,143

About Jane Feaver

Shortlisted for the Authors' Club Best First Novel award, 2007; shortlisted for the Glen Dimplex New Author award, 2007; shortlisted for the Edge Hill short story prize, 2009. Michael Morpurgo is one of the UK's most well-known and best-loved authors. A prolific writer, he has won numerous awards and was the Children's Laureate from 2003 to 2005. His world-famous War Horse met with international acclaim and has been made into a stage play and a film.
Kimberley Reynolds is Professor of Childrens Literature at Newcastle University. She has advised on and contributed to many children's literature broadcasts, programmes, films and other projects, including for the
V&A Museum, British Library and British Council. In 2013 she won the International Brothers Grimm Award for an outstanding body of research into children's literature. She is a trustee of Seven Stories, the National Centre for Childrens Books in Newcastle and was a founder-member of the UK Childrens Laureate.
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