Chris Wooding


Forskning visar att högläsning stärker både starka och svaga läsare.

Resultaten i läsförståelse ökar.

Alla elever är på samma ställe i boken.

Vi kan diskutera handling och innehåll tillsammans, alla förstår.

Ni behöver inte läsa boken hemma på fritiden.

Varför högläsning i gymnasiet?

Vi kommer läsa en hel bok tillsammans under några lektioner.

Ni kommer inte tvingas läsa högt, bara följa med i texten och diskutera innehållet.


Under lästillfällena råder LÄSFRID,

alla är tysta och lyssnar och om någon behöver gå ut - smyg ut utan att störa.


Chris Wooding grew up in a small town in Leicestershire, where not much of anything happened. So he started to write novels. He was sixteen when he completed his first. He had an agent by eighteen. By nineteen he had signed his first book deal. When he left university he began to write full-time, and he has been doing it professionally all his adult life.

Now thirty-nine, Chris has written over twenty books, which have been translated into twenty languages, won various awards and been published around the world. He writes for film and television, and has several projects in development.


Chris lives in London.


Pale is set in a distant future where scientists have discovered a serum that has the ability to bring people back to life. The Lazarus Serum does not work on everybody. But when it does work it changes the person who is brought back into a pale version of the person they were before. 


Most Pales live in a place called the Graveyard, and are stripped of their wealth and belongings. They are treated like outcasts and second class citizens.


Jed is privilieged and popular and he despises Pales, like the rest of his classmates.


He has a girlfriend named Sadie.

Jed's best friends are Kyle and the

twins Nate and Ash.


David is a Pale who Jed gets to know.


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Utanförskap och utsatthet


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