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  • The Three Billy Goats Gruff

    By Barrie Wade, Nicola Evans
    Authors:
    Barrie Wade
    Illustrated by:
    Nicola Evans
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  • Toby and The Great Fire Of London

    By Margaret Nash, Jane Cope
    Authors:
    Margaret Nash
    Illustrated by:
    Jane Cope
    Toby has forgotten a delivery for Mr Pepys, but as he sets out across London he sees the sky is full of flames! Hopscotch Histories are brand new stories in historical settings, told in under 400 words, perfect for children who are building up their reading confidence. Carefully controlled text interacts with stunning artwork to help develop visual literacy.
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  • Two Hungry Birds

    By Anne Adeney, A. O'kif
    Authors:
    Anne Adeney
    Illustrated by:
    A. O'kif
    Chick and Robin are hungry. But who will get the worm?
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  • Tudor Tearaway:Birthdays are a Serious Business

    By Karen Wallace, Martin Remphry
    Authors:
    Karen Wallace
    Illustrated by:
    Martin Remphry
    Bright, page turning stories that bring history to life, with historially accurate information and fact sections to reinforce learning.In this story, join Arthur Knucklebone at Lockstock Manor where Queen Elizabeth I isto celebrate her birthday. Can Arthur save her from the Spanish spy?
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  • The Three Little Pigs

    By Anne Walter, Daniel Postgate
    Authors:
    Anne Walter
    Illustrated by:
    Daniel Postgate
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  • Travels of a Young Victorian:The Golden Key

    By Mary Hooper, Lesley Bisseker
    Authors:
    Mary Hooper
    Illustrated by:
    Lesley Bisseker
    Bright, page turning stories that bring history to life, with historially accurate information and fact sections to reinforce learning.
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  • Travels of a Young Victorian:Poppy's Big Push

    By Mary Hooper, Lesley Bisseker
    Authors:
    Mary Hooper
    Illustrated by:
    Lesley Bisseker
    Bright, page turning stories that bring history to life, with historially accurate information and fact sections to reinforce learning.
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  • Tadpoles: Ben and the Bear

    By Anne Adeney, Andrew Breakspeare
    Authors:
    Anne Adeney
    Illustrated by:
    Andrew Breakspeare
    Ben lives in the forest, catching fish. One day he can't catch any fish at all. When he goes home hungry he gets a big surprise!
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  • Tadpoles: Dad's Van

    By Mick Gowar, Rory Walker
    Authors:
    Mick Gowar
    Illustrated by:
    Rory Walker
    Everyone is getting ready to go on holiday, but Dad's van won't start. Dad tries to push, but he needs help...
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  • Track Athletics

    By Rita Storey
    Authors:
    Rita Storey
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Old Mother Hubbard / Old Father Hubbard

    By Mick Gowar, Kate Edmunds
    Authors:
    Mick Gowar
    Illustrated by:
    Kate Edmunds
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Baa, Baa Black Sheep / Baa, Baa Pink Sheep

    By Mick Gowar, A O'kif
    Authors:
    Mick Gowar
    Illustrated by:
    A O'kif
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Hey Diddle Diddle / Hey Diddle Doodle

    By Brian Moses, Jill Newton
    Authors:
    Brian Moses
    Illustrated by:
    Jill Newton
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Little Miss Muffet / Little Miss Mumpet

    By Mick Gowar, Jan Smith
    Authors:
    Mick Gowar
    Illustrated by:
    Jan Smith
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • The Tempest

    By Martin Waddell, Alan Marks
    Authors:
    Martin Waddell
    Illustrated by:
    Alan Marks
    The story of the Tempest, the magical storm that brings a royal party to justice on a savage island, is beautifully retold by Martin Waddell with stunning colour and black and white illustrations by Alan Marks.
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  • Tremendous Tunnels

    By Ian Graham
    Authors:
    Ian Graham
    Superstructures focuses on amazing structures such as bridges, skyscrapers, tunnels and stadiums, describing how these incredible engineering marvels were designed and built. Each title in Superstructures is packed with WOW! facts and information and contains stunning full-colour photographs and technical drawings in an attractive magazine-style layout.
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  • Tadpoles: Happy Butterfly

    By Pippa Goodhart, Lauren Tobia
    Authors:
    Pippa Goodhart
    Illustrated by:
    Lauren Tobia
    Happy wants to see the band but the crowds are too tall. Then Grandma has a fun idea!
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  • Tadpoles Tales: Just So Stories - The Cat Who Walked by Himself

    By Elizabeth Rogers, A O'kif
    Authors:
    Elizabeth Rogers
    Illustrated by:
    A O'kif
    Simple retellings of Rudyard Kipling's Just So stories with bright, fun illustrations, for children who are just starting to read on their own. In this story, Dog and Horse both want to investigate the people's fire, but Cat doesn't - he walks by himself. Then the fire and bowl of milk prove awfully tempting...
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  • Tools and Crafts

    By Neil Champion
    Authors:
    Neil Champion
    "Would you know how to use natural materials around you to make simple tools, utensils, shelters and bedding? If you have good bushcraft skills, you might surprise yourself at how well you can live in very harsh environments." Find out more by reading Tools and Crafts
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  • Tiddlers: Alan and the Animals

    By Evelyn Foster, Richard Morgan
    Authors:
    Evelyn Foster
    Illustrated by:
    Richard Morgan
    Alan loves animals - he loves bats! He has ten rats and ten wild cats. But where does he keep them all? Find out in this rhyming story.The Tiddlers series features fun stories with a word count of fewer than 50 words for children who are just starting to read.A word list at the start of the book allows you to check the child's ability to decode and understand each word before reading, providing a fully supported first reading experience. And a puzzle at the end of the story encourages rereading for pleasure.
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