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TreeTops inFact

Extend and deepen your juniors' non-fiction experiences

These 39 non-fiction titles, created with Series Editor Greg Foot, are filled with breath-taking artwork, stunning photography and illustrations to take your junior readers beyond fact-finding.

  • Powerfully emotive texts with stunning photography and illustrations, as well as inside cover notes to deepen comprehension skills
  • Captivating subjects explored in a child-friendly way, all matched to the latest UK Curricula and supported by teaching notes
  • Underpinned by Oxford Assessment & Levelling, enabling you to assess every child and ensure they make progress
  • For Key Stage One have a look at the matching Oxford Reading Tree: inFact series
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Series contains:

  • 39 non-fiction titles (Oxford Levels 8 to 20)
  • Teaching notes for each book on Oxford Owl
  • Titles include: Extreme Fashion, Hugh Art, and How to Change the World
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What does TreeTops inFact deliver?


Download a sample chapter

Read a sample from So You Want to Build A Castle, written by Alex Woolf

Curriculum Chart

Download sample Teaching Notes

See an example of the Teaching Notes that accompany each book in the inFact series. These notes are for So You Want to Build A Castle.

Case study

TreeTops inFact: The Impact

Read the ReadingZone review of TreeTops inFact and what primary teachers and librarians thought of the series.

Video insights

An introduction to the series

Watch this short video where Series Editor, Greg Foot, introduces the non-fiction series.

An introduction to the Teaching support

Watch this short video where Series Editor, Greg Foot, explains the teaching support available for TreeTops inFact and how they can assist you in the classroom.

Case study

Hear from St Botolph’s CE Primary School on why they love TreeTops inFact.

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Book an appointment with your Local Educational Consultant

Find out more about TreeTops inFact from your local Educational Consultant at an appointment time convenient for you.

Also available on the Oxford Owl eBook Library

Oxford Owl eBook Library

Oxford Owl eBook Library

Selected titles from this series are available on the Oxford Owl eBook Library, a new subscription giving you a total of up to 550 eBooks across the whole school. This eBook library is perfect for use in the classroom or to share books with children to read at home.