Joe and the Puzzling Art Theft

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This is the third in a series of free stories about Joe's adventures on days out with his family written at Reading Ages 7-11. Another series of illustrated books tell stories about the family's adventures on annual holidays abroad.
Both series of books use arc's unique Multi Level Reading approach that presents stories at three reading levels making it a valuable resource for home and school. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 7,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301555987
About Nigel & Dot Brown

Dorothy Brown
B.Ed
Diploma to teach children with Specific Learning Difficulties (Dip RSA)

I have had an interest in enhancing and improving the education of students with learning difficulties over thirty five years. I began teaching in the primary sector and developed an interest in the different ways children learned and how their learning could be improved using a variety of techniques and resources. I moved on to the secondary sector and eventually became head of a special education centre which specialised in the education of students with a wide range of special needs which was highly praised by Ofsted inspectors. I became the SENCO of a large secondary school with responsibility of ensuring pupils of all abilities received appropriate support to enable them to reach their full potential. I then became an Assistant Headteacher with a responsibility of developing the provision of learning of all students with SEN including those with specific learning difficulties or dyslexia.

Nigel Brown
B.Ed

I have been fortunate to work in a variety of primary schools in different parts of the country. In 1978 I was appointed to my first headship of a small village school and moved to take charge of a larger school five years later. We had three successful inspections by Ofsted. In 2004 the inspectors described the school as ‘very good with some outstanding features’. During this time the school became part of a federation and was at the forefront nationally in developing this initiative to raise standards. From the very beginning both schools developed policies which included clear expectations for special needs children and for more able and gifted children. Since retiring I have continued links with schools and teacher training institutions and produced resources for a company specialising in developing maths resources.

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Review by: Thomas Harrison on March 19, 2013 :
The continuing adventures of Joe are proving to be as entertaining as ever. These books are proving to an invaluable tool in my young ones education. They're also a lot of fun which makes learning a joy. I cannot recommend these books enough. Five out of five from me and the child.
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Review by: Sue Kiddle on March 15, 2013 :
Another great book in this series of Joe's adventures. The story is great, the activities and Fun Facts will provide hours of entertainment for families during school holidays!
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