Trams without Rails
Author Tom Farris
Price £ 7.99 €9.99
PUB DATE. Aug 30 2018
A5 48 pages
This will be of interest to:
Libraries who wish to support teenagers in their reading.
Basic Skills/EFL/ESOL/Primary teachers.
Engineering/ construction tutors with level 1 and 2 students.
‘ HI-Lo’ reader.
High interest but low reading age.
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