ISBN: 9781786377289
Date Published:
Book Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 24
Size: 219mm x 219mm
Age Range:  5 - 7
Publisher:  BookLife Publishing

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Meeting The Curiculum

United Kingdom

Meeting the UK Curriculum

Subject Key Stage Level Text Level Book Band Colour Bic Code
Science / General Interest KS1 5 - 7 White YNPC


International Baccalaureate

Meeting the International Baccalaureate

International Mindedness Global Content Local And Global Challenges Different Attitudes, Values And Dispositions Using Technology to Connect Across Cultures And Regions Global Culture Celebrating Differences
Six Trans-Disciplinary Themes Who We Are Where We Are In Place And Time How We Express Ourselves How The World Works How We Organise Ourselves Sharing The Planet
Six Subject Areas Science Arts Mathematics Social Studies Languages Physical, Social and Personal Education

Book Specifications

isbn: 9781786377289
Date Published:
Book Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 24
Size: 219mm x 219mm
Age Range:  5 - 7
Publisher:  BookLife Publishing

About the Author

Shalini Vallepur | BookLife Publishing | Children's Non-Fiction Books

Shalini Vallepur

Passionate about books from a very young age, Shalini Vallepur received the award of Norfolk County Scholar for her outstanding grades. Later on she read English at the University of Leicester, where she stayed to complete her Modern Literature MA. Whilst at university, Shalini volunteered as a Storyteller to help children learn to read, which gave her experience and expertise in the way children pick up and retain information. She used her knowledge and her background and implemented them in the 32 books that she has written for BookLife Publishing. Shalini’s writing easily takes us to different worlds, and the serenity and quality of her words are sure to captivate any child who picks up her books. Shalini also received the Waddington MA Prize, which is a prize for the thesis with the highest mark. She wrote her thesis on racism and eugenics in the works of American author Charlotte Perkins Gilman.