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Auggie wants to be an ordinary ten-year-old. He does ordinary things - eating ice cream, playing on his Xbox. He feels ordinary - inside. But ordinary kids don't make other...
A collection of some of our favourite wordless books for KS2. An exceptional collection for provoking discussion, supporting storytelling and writing. There are 10 books in this collection. Baker Jeannie...
A collection of some of our favourite wordless books for KS1. An exceptional collection for provoking discussion, supporting storytelling and writing. Barroux Where's the Starfish? Boyd Lizzie Flashlight DiCamillo Kate...
A collection of wonderful wordless books. A feast of visual storytelling. Becker Aaron Journey Carvalho Bernard Follow the Firefly Dematon Charotte The Yellow Balloon Murrow Ethan The Whale Pinckney Jerry...
Our topic packs include titles from a range of genre including picture books, fiction and non-fiction. This collection focuses on the home front, evacuation, children's lives and British involvement at...
The books selected for guided reading in Key Stage One are intended to develop deeper understanding of text. Our selection is not driven by phonic decodability (our book banded selections...
Imagination, discovery and friendship await Morrigan Crow when she escapes her deadly curse and joins the Wundrous Society. It promises her protection and belonging for life - but instead of the...
This pack comprises 3 sets of books, 1 for each term in year 3. These titles can be used with our group reading teacher assessment materials which are available for...
This pack comprises 2 sets of books, 1 for each term in year 4*. *NB: Charles Causley's poem collection I Had A Little Cat which includes the poem Maggie Rooney is currently Out of...
YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Get OFF, GET OFF, GET OFF! Well what would you say if your brother kept whacking you with a spoon, or the spider made it all the way up...