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Lost Cities

Discover the fascinating Lost Cities that have been buried and forgotten for many centuries. Explore what each city was like, what happened to make it 'lost' and how eventually the cities were 'found.' 

Lost Cities is part of the third instalment of Story Seekers. The intriguing topic has been carefully chosen to align with students' chronological age (9 to 12 years old), while the vocabulary matches their current reading level (7.5 to 8-year-old level). Students progress their reading skills through a two-pronged literacy approach - working on linguistic comprehension and decoding words. 

These incredibly versatile books can be used for guided reading, independent reading, or as invaluable support for ESOL students. They are also dyslexia-friendly - making them an excellent choice for individuals with diverse learning needs. 

Build reading comprehension while creating positive reading experiences. Get your copy of Lost Cities or as a pack of chapter books for kids: 

Student Books: $13.50 each
Title Set (6 student copies of the same title): $75.00 
Class Set (6 student copies of each of the 21 titles + the Series 3 Activity Books): $1449.00 

Ages: 9-12 | Pages: 32 | Code: 51219 | ISBN: 9781776558971

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Paul Mason

Inspired by his own family and from his time as a primary school teacher, Paul likes to write stories that get young readers turning pages. Paul has an extensive body of published work crossing a range of genres, including the novels The International Yeti Collective and Shadowspring. He lives on an island in Aotearoa New Zealand, and can be found with a little book and a fountain pen in his hands, catching ideas before they disappear.