EDGE: Slipstream Graphic Fiction Level 1: Future Tense
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Slipstream is a new generation of reading resources specifically designed for struggling and reluctant readers. Through exciting and carefully levelled texts, Slipstream enables readers to accelerate their reading experience.
This illustrated story is part of Slipstream LEVEL 1. The 300-word text is levelled for readers with a reading age of 5-7, but its engaging content makes it perfect for a wide range of older readers too.
All texts are levelled by reading experts Dee Reid and Diana Bentley.
Java French is just a boy, but he has a secret power. He can see into the future. One day a man called Radford visits him. He wants Java to work for him at The Portfolio.
Soon Java is using his secret power to stop crimes, but is Java working for the good guys?
September 6th, 2012
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AR book level: 1.5; Middle years; 0.5 points
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