Low-reading age version of a fun virtual reality adventure. Muzzy had to leave his home to escape the war. Now he and his dad are starting a new life in a new country. But things aren't easy. The bullies are out to get him - and soon he has an even bigger problem. He finds an old Game Boy game and get ...Show more
Sam loves making gnomes out of clay. Dozens and dozens and dozens of gnomes, living huddled together out in the shed. But when Sam's mum suddenly needs that space, she says the gnomes will have to go. And so Sam plans a send-off for his little clay friends - a send-off that turns into a night the family ...Show more
Ages 7 to 12 yearsKeep children busy with this brand new series! Each notebook contains 45 games, divided into 3 categories: puzzles, observation games, and mazes. All games are organised around a single theme such as back to school or travelling. The erasable pen enables children to start over again an ...Show more
Each Top 40 Famous title introduces readers to a fascinating non-fiction subject through its 40 most famous people or groups. In this fun title, 40 gods, goddesses, heroes and heroines of Greek Mythology are waiting to be discovered, including Gaia, Zeus, Prometheus, Pandora, Athena, Antigone, Orph ...Show more
Snatched off the street, Angela is alone and terrified. She knows she's been kidnapped but will her dad pay the ransom? Or can she be brave enough to escape? A new edition of a thrilling top selling tale from a top author. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers of 8+
Kyle Straker volunteered to be hypnotized at the annual community talent show, expecting the same old lame amateur acts. But when he wakes up, his world will never be the same. Televisions and computers no longer work, but a strange language streams across their screens. Everyone s behaving oddly. It s ...Show more
This five-level graded reading series, launched in January 2012, is sure to grip children's interest. Developed with literacy experts, the series will guide young readers as they build confidence and fluency in their literacy skills and progress towards reading alone.
Orphan Jane Eyre is raised by her wealthy but unkind Aunt Reed who then sends her away to school, where she suffers great hardship and loss. Eventually, she leaves to become a governess, and falls in love with her employer, Mr Rochester, who falls for her too, but he has a terrible secret which threaten ...Show more
This is a new title in the fantastic "First Reading" series, aimed at children who are beginning to read. With a journey back into the past, children will find out what life was like for a medieval knight, including going into battle, living in a castle, feasting and hunting. It is developed in consulta ...Show more
Illustrated in full-colour throughout, this is a traditional story, retold for younger readers.
'Little Red Riding Hood' is written especially for children who are learning to read. With delightful illustrations, this book combines a great story with simple text to excite and inspire any beginner reader.