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Tank fans will enjoy browsing this bright and colourful book, containing lots of statistics, photos and facts about army machines told in simple language accessible to less able readers.
A humourous illustrated book telling the story of 9 year-old Roger, who finds himself aboard the Golden Behind with a bunch of smelly, hairy, scary pirates. Great for pirate fans and less keen readers.
A laugh out loud tale of Biff who is not like ordinary dogs. Biff doesn't think he's a dog, Biff thinks he's a ballerina, which is all very well - but dogs don't do ballet - do they?
The latest instalment from the ever popular Horrid Henry. The chapters work well as either read-aloud stories to share, or for children growing in confidence to read by themselves.
The entertaining story of an unpopular boy called George whose life is transformed when his Grandad gives him an old bottle of aftershave for his birthday.
Comic books can be a great way of interesting children who aren’t enthusiastic readers. Use the power of comics to boost literacy with these fun activities. Click here.
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