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    Horrid Henry - Demon Dinner

    Horrid Henry is furious! No way will Greasy Greta, the dinner lady, snatch his delicious sweets and crisps again. He tries hiding his food. He tries eating his desserts secretly. But it is no use. So Horrid Henry starts to plan his revenge…

    The Three Billy Goats Gruff: Gold Stars Early Learning

    The three Billy Goats Gruff want to eat the green grass on the other side of the river? But will they dare to cross the bridge that the big, bad troll lives under? Read along with the CD and find out! This familiar story helps to build reading confidence whilst the large, clear type and carefully chosen vocabulary make this an ideal book for beginner readers.

    Fairy Friends - Read it Yourself with Ladybird: Level 1

    Lily and Rose are helpful fairies who love to take care of their garden friends. But will Patch the elf's naughty tricks mean that the fairy friends stop helping those who need it?

    Hedgehogs Do Not Like Heights: Blue Banana

    Natalie's sister Lola has climbed up a tree and won't come down. She says she's at the wedding of Fizzy Izzy the tooth fairy and Solomon the spider. Then Grim the goblin starts throwing acorns, and turns poor Fizzy Izzy into a hedgehog. And hedgehogs don't like heights...

    Be a detective

    Be a detective forms part of the Smart-Kids Read series designed to help children to read confidently and to enjoy reading. Smart-Kids Read is divided into four clear levels according to stages in reading development. Level 4 (Becoming fluent) is for children who are ready to read longer paragraphs.

    Oxford Reading Tree: Level 5: Stories: Village in the Snow

    The Level 5 Biff, Chip and Kipper Stories provide humorous storylines to engage and motivate children. The popular characters and familiar settings are brought to life by Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta. The stories are unchanged from the previous edition but the cover notes have been updated to support adults in sharing the story with the child.

    Tippie en die duur mat

    Leer speel-speel lees saam met Tippie die olifant! Hierdie vrolik geillustreerde leesreeks stel die beginnerleser aan klanke soos "eu", "ie" en "ou" bekend.

    Tippie en die vis

    Leer speel-speel lees saam met Tippie die olifant! Hierdie vrolik geillustreerde leesreeks stel die beginnerleser aan eenvoudige klanke bekend en is baie gewild.

    Florence the Friendship Fairy

    These cheerful and inviting Early Readers bring the blast of colour that Rainbow Magic's youngest fans have been waiting for!

    Keira the Film Star Fairy

    This cheerful and inviting Early Reader brings the blast of colour that Rainbow Magic's youngest fans have been waiting for!


    Written in a simple way for young readers, this title helps them build their confidence in learning to read as they progress through each level. It includes familiar fairytales and stories that amuses children and encourage them to progress further and become confident readers.

    What is the Sky?

    Collection of non-fiction books for young readers. This book provides a bridge from the 'Foundation Stage' into 'Key Stage 1'. It explains the surroundings and environment, explores the natural and man-made features of each environment, and invites children to think about them.

    Let's Read! - Princess and the Wizard

    Let's get reading with Macmillan early readers! The complete story and original illustrations of THE PRINCESS AND THE WIZARD by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks have been specially designed into an early reader format. Created with expert advice from a literacy consultant, this new version is intended to help and encourage children who are growing in reading confidence. When a wicked wizard captures Princess Eliza, she's given seven chances to escape. Will she ever outwit him?

    I Love Reading Phonics Level 6: Owen the Astronaut

    Synthetic Phonics has grown to become the dominant approach in early literacy, attracting substantial resources from the Department for Education. The system enables new readers to recognise the individual sounds of English and to blend ('synthesise') them, building the confidence to tackle unfamiliar words without relying on memory or guesswork.

    Horrid Henry - Tricks and Treats

    Henry can’t wait to go trick or treating on Halloween, but surely Mum doesn”t expect him to go out with Peter dressed as a fluffy pink bunny?