Moon Chase – Bridge Reader

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

£7.99

Teenager Wil Calloway is accused of trying to kill another boy and must join the Moon Chase to prove his innocence.  This looks easy, especially with the help of the huge Fellhounds of Thesk and the mysterious Lady Élanor.  But as Wil learns more about the chase and the deadly Wraithe Wolves of Tel Harion, he realises that staying alive will be a much bigger challenge!

Description

Dyslexia friendly print and page colour

Suitable for ages 7+ and weaker or improving readers

No bad language or sexual content

Paperback: 272 pages

Publisher: BITE Publishing; First edition (26 Mar. 2014)

ISBN-10: 0992850908

ISBN-13: 978-0992850906

Product Dimensions: 14.8 x 1.7 x 21 cm

About Bridge Readers©

Designed by BITE Publishing, Bridge Readers© help improving readers to develop their reading skills as they move towards Young Adult and Adult fiction. Ideal for weaker and improving readers and those learning English as a second language, they contain no bad language and no sexual content – they’re just really great reads.

Bridge Readers: bridging the gap between learning to read and reading to learn

1 review for Moon Chase – Bridge Reader

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Miss R Brumby – SENCO & Head of Learning Support at St Crispin’s School, Wokingham

    Kit is in Year 8 and he is a reluctant reader. At the beginning of the year I had to bribe him to even take a book from the library. He was pretty reluctant to start reading ‘Moon Chase’ too but as you can see he was soon well engaged and by the middle he was begging to read this book rather than doing other intervention work. The LSA has enjoyed it so much that she has already enlisted more reluctant readers that she can work with so that she can read it again. As Kit says it has really developed his confidence in reading but it has helped in other ways too. The teacher’s pack has been a really useful tool in developing recall skills, checking comprehension and developing vocabulary. Kit’s handwriting has really developed, so much so that if you had received a letter from him earlier in the year you would not have been able to read it all and now look!

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