By Annabelle Dixon
One within the "Thinkers" sequence for Key level 1 young children, this name has been written to motivate kids to determine advanced yet common events from a couple of viewpoints. The tales comprise thought-provoking real-life events and questions to be used either by means of mom and dad in addition to lecturers.
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