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TreeTops Reflect

Emotionally powerful stories to make children think.

A thought provoking series of 15 new titles written by top children’s authors and developed by Literacy expert and Series Editor Nikki Gamble, to develop children’s reading and comprehension skills through stories with positive moral values and role-models.

• Underpinned by Oxford Assessment and Oxford Levels, to carefully match every child to the right book and support their progress

• Inside cover notes link to the new requirements for Relationships Education with discussion and reflection points for each story

• With appealing illustrations and fresh, intriguing plots, the series uses the power of fiction to help children connect to diverse experiences

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Series contains:

  • 15 thought-provoking books (Oxford Levels 16 to 20)
  • Teaching notes for each book on Oxford Owl
  • Titles include: Geeks Can't Dance, Stage
    Fright, Selkie Summer
    and The Greatest
    Treasure of All
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What does TreeTops Reflect deliver?

download free ebook double exposure

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Enter your details to download an eBook of one of the new Reflect titles, Double Exposure

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Download sample Teaching Notes

Use our teaching notes for Double Exposure alongside the ebook

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TreeTops Reflect title overview

See an overview of the key themes and blurb from each Reflect title


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

    ‘The pupils liked the unpredictability and humour. It opened their eyes to cerebral palsy. Developed understanding about pupils with disabilities and their ambitions.’
    – Teacher on Ethan the Great

    ‘I enjoyed it because it was relatable and I could imagine myself in that situation. I really liked the illustrations.’
    – Girl, 11, on Geeks Can’t Dance