(Please note that this story was first published in 2016 as 'Gross Party Games')
Find out what happens when Deepak, Hanna, Ben and strict Miss Stern find themselves at the grossest party ever held. Foul food and grotty games don't stop Miss Stern from being determined to win, causing the children great amusement.
This story is intended for younger readers and is also printed to be more readable for readers with dyslexia. It is also good fun to read aloud.
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About the Author
These stories were written with younger school-aged children in mind. They are fun to read aloud and listen to, using a rich but simple language. They are also written in short chapters with a generous use of illustration. The font used is sans serif and one version of each book is printed on cream-coloured paper, the intention to make it more readable for readers with dyslexia.
Having been a teacher of children aged 6 to 16 and having an interest in their special needs, Andrew Ashcroft's background has helped to form these stories. Another factor is that he still hasn't matured much beyond his target audience so he knows what they like.
He lives with his wife, three sons and two guinea pigs and dreams up new stories as he scrapes, hammers and paints their big old seaside house.
Andrew has also compiled a survival kit for anyone making Christmas crafts with children. It is called Christmas! Basic Photocopiable Christmas Crafts For Kids
Find out more on andrewashcroft.net