Part of the series Sparklers - Asian Stories: Set 2.
Easy to read. Hard to put down. Sparklers are high interest, well-written and often quirky stories of real people in unusual situations. The response to Sparklers is always good and it's because of the stories - the characters feel real and that's an important part of their appeal. Kids relate to them, and enjoy the stories and then want to read more. Simple!
Sparklers - Asian Stories - Set 2 - Little Brother
Little Brother is in trouble again – he's damaged the local palm oil plantation and hurt himself. Latif is forced to make a difficult decision about the little orang-utan he loves like a real brother.
- Subject: Fiction
- School Level*: Lower Primary & Middle Primary
- Reading Level: 19
- Reading Age*: 7.5+ yrs
- Word Count: 1100-1500
- Broadband: E&F
*Please note: School Level and Reading Age are a guide only.
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About the Series
Asian Stories are contemporary tales set across Asia and the Pacific. Students follow characters their own age in their local environments – at school, at home, in the village, visiting local landmarks – so they can observe everyday life in another culture. How are their lives different to mine? Who works in their families and how? What are THEIR everyday challenges? This series has been written specifically for the Australian Curriculum priority: ‘Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia’.
|Product Type||Readers & Literacy,|
|Year Level||Year 3,|
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