One of the "Trailblazers" series of books on popular non-fiction topics. "Formula One" includes a fully illustrated non-fiction section with fascinating information on the topic, followed by a fiction story. The series will appeal to older children and young adults and is particularly suitable for those with an extremely low level of literacy or learning English as a second language. The "Trailblazers" series has been written for older children and young adults with a reading age of 5-8. The books are suitable for general reading or as part of a more structured reading programme.Each book is on a strong, popular topic, with a colourful, attractive layout. Each book has a non fiction and a fiction section. The fiction story appears in two formats - one with simple texts for poor readers; the facing pages contain an illustrated 'speech bubble' version of the same story, for those who are just starting to learn to read. These two levels of entry give access points for children and young adults with different reading ages. The vocabulary of each book is carefully limited, with simple sentences to reinforce reading skills, which make the books suitable for even the poorest readers. "Formula One" answers questions such as 'How did motor racing start?' and covers many other F1 facts. The spooky fiction story 'The Man of Mystery' features the greatest racing driver ever!
Table of Contents
1. How did motor racing start?2. F1 facts 3. Motor racing flags 4. F1 cars 5. A great driver - Michael Schumacher 6. A great British team - McLaren Fiction: The Man of MysteryWord Check
David Orme has written over 200 books including poetry collections, fiction, non-fiction, and school text books. When he is not writing books he travels around the country giving readings, and running writing workshops and courses.