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The girls are off to spend a day at the local wetland centre. Things begin to get interesting when Rachel finds strange prints in the mud. They look like dinosaur prints. Can dinosaurs really still be alive? The girls find themselves on the track of something strange. Kelly is the only one who's not impressed when finally they discover the answer.This book is part of the very popular series Siti's Sisters, featuring Siti and her group of friends, who are so close they call themselves The Sisters. This is a short, low-level chapter book, with an easy-to-read, fast-moving narrative and is part of Set 4, which is suitable for primary age readers. There are three further sets in the series which build up reading skills and stamina and where Siti and the Sisters gradually grow a few years older. The Sisters are here!
Before writing full-time, Helen Orme taught as a Special Needs Co-ordinator in a large comprehensive school. At the last count she had written around 40 books, many for reluctant readers. Helen also runs workshops for children and courses for teachers.