Rex - Robert Gould Reviews
Description:ISBN 1929945183 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Robert Gould, Kathleen Duey, Eugene Epstein / Edition: New Ed / Hardcover / Reading Level: Ages 9-12 / 48 Pages / Book is published 2000-03-01 by Big Guy Books,US
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by - written on 28/08/11, updated on 28/08/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I have often mentioned the fact that boys do not read as much as girls, and often struggle with reading. A large number of experts have concluded this is due, at least in part to motivation. Finding books that really make boys want to read can go a long way towards improving reading achievement. My boys tend to be typical in that they prefer a lot more action and adventure in their stories. So when I came across the 'Time Soldiers' series, I thought this might make a perfect addition to our growing collection of books for boys. 'Rex' is the first book in the 'Time Soldiers' series. This series is illustrated with photographs of what I presume are the authors ... Read the complete review
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