What happens to the animals and habitat when a tree is chopped down in
the rainforest? Exploring the sequence of events that follow, this
book shows the importance of keeping the rainforest safe from logging.
White Wolves Non-fiction is a
guided reading scheme which takes a high-interest approach to core
geography, history and science topics. It has been created to appeal to
children and reflect the range of texts in the real world, from
guidebooks to cookbooks. Covering a wide range of topics at different
reading levels, these books are ideal for classroom and topic
libraries, and for teaching non-fiction literacy skills in a curriculum
Book band: Turquoise
Ideal for ages: 6+
Before life as an editor and writer, Sarah Levete set up a networking organization for pub theatres and then worked for an arts division of the British Council. She has written over 60 books on a range of subjects, from mountains to monster trucks. These include books in the Protecting Our Planet series (Wayland) and the How Do I Feel About series (Franklin Watts). As well as editing and writing children's books, she has edited many books for adults. Sarah also teaches adult literacy and runs workshops in schools.