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Alex Pang,Jan Mark







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Oxford University Press (November 13, 2003)





Aeroplanes (Oxford Reds) e-book

by Alex Pang,Jan Mark

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Aeroplanes (Oxford Reds). Published November 13, 2003 by Oxford University Press.

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Jan Mark (22 June 1943 – 16 January 2006) was a British writer best known for children's books. In all she wrote over fifty novels and plays and many anthologised short stories. She won the annual Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year's best children's book by a British subject, both for Thunder and Lightnings (1976) and for Handles (1983). She was also a "Highly Commended" runner up for Nothing To Be Afraid Of (1980)

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Jan Mark was very popular in Flanders, Belgium, where she participated in an educational project to stimulate teachers of English . Jan Mark died suddenly at her home in Oxford from meningitis-related septicaemia in January 2006.

Jan Mark was very popular in Flanders, Belgium, where she participated in an educational project to stimulate teachers of English into using teenage fiction in the classroom. elected Bibliography.

Each book in the "Oxford Reds" series is on a real-life subject, with a simple lively text and realistic illustrations. Many are written by well-known children's writers. This is the latest addition to the "Oxford Reds" beginner reader series and ties in with the centenary of the first flight by the Wright brothers (December 1903). Did you know that the first flight was made 100 years ago, by the Wright brothers? Their Flyer aeroplane stayed in the air for 12 seconds! "Oxford Reds Aeroplanes" contains information on the first unsuccessful attempts at flight, the launch of the hot-air balloon, the successes of Otto Lilienthal and the Wright brothers, through to today's airliners.

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