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TreeTops Reflect

Emotionally powerful fiction and non-fiction to make children think.

A thought-provoking series of 52 new titles written by top children’s authors and developed by Literacy expert and Series Editor Nikki Gamble.  Reflect aims to develop children’s higher-level reading and comprehension skills through books that engage, entertain and support children's wellbeing.

• Underpinned by Oxford Assessment and Oxford Reading Levels, to carefully match every child to books with the right depth and complexity, and support them to progress

• Themes and inside cover notes link to the new requirements for Relationships and Health Education with discussion and reflection points for each book

• With appealing illustrations and fresh, intriguing subject matter, the series uses the power of storytelling to help children connect to diverse experiences

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Series contains:

  • 52 thought-provoking books (Oxford Reading Levels 8 to 20)
  • Teaching notes for each book on Oxford Owl
  • Titles include: The Kindness Boomerang, Brilliant Resilience, Geeks Can't Dance, Spelling Bea, Ishi on the Waves and The Greatest Treasure of All
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Ishi On The Waves

Author Swapna Haddow introduces her book - An inspiring story about Ishi, a young surfer living in Kerala, India.

1 min

Run, Friend, Run!

Author Joseph Coelho introduces his book - An exciting story about friendship in the midst of competition.

1 min

Reviews

  • 'The children didn't want it to end!  They enjoyed reading it... it deals with emotions which are commonly experienced by children, in a comforting story.'
    - Teacher on Red Mist

    'This is a beautiful, well-crafted story. The language is inspirational and the theme of friendship is imaginatively explored.’
    - Teacher on Selkie Summer

    'I think this is a really powerful book with information that we only usually cover in a whole class environment.  I can see real benefits for some pupils in exploring the information at their own pace.'
    - Teacher on The Kindness Boomerang