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Bond 11+: 9-10 years Book 1 (PDF)

by Frances Down

These assessment papers for 9-10 years have been designed by Bond, the number 1 provider of 11+ practice materials. The book provides practice questions that begin to establish the core skills for success in verbal reasoning.

Books For Boys, Book 2: A Footballer Called Flip (PDF)

by Ian Whybrow

Jack is short. So short in fact that Mr Bullock doesn't want him on the St Saviours football team. But when Mr Willis discovers Jack's footballing brain, and Jack's mum steps in with a few tips, it looks like the School Cup may be just the beginning.

Books For Boys, Book 4: Boy Racer (PDF)

by Ian Whybrow

Henry's mum and dad think his new friend Gary is BAD NEWS. But Dad's got worse problems at work. If he doesn't win the charity go-kart race, he might lose his job! There's trouble ahead, that's for sure. But nobody reckons on a mystery boy racer who turns up at the track. He's got a surprise in store for everyone.

Books For Boys, Book 5: Aliens Stole My Dog (PDF)

by Ian Whybrow

What's out there? First David finds the mysterious CD-rom in the school playground. Next, there's a spaceship in his garden, and his dog, Hairy Spice, disappears. Who else have the aliens kidnapped? Why have they chosen David to help them? And will he be able to save the world?

Books For Boys, Book 6: The Boy Who Had (Nearly) Everything (PDF)

by Ian Whybrow

Imagine what it's like getting everything you want. That's how it is for Lucky Fries O'Mighty - until his seventh birthday. How can Billy Humble show Fries what his life is missing? With imaginaton, and his amazing dog, Whizz the Fleabag, that's how!

Books For Boys, Book 7: Alex, The Walking Accident (PDF)

by Ian Whybrow

Alex doesn't mean to cause trouble. He didn't mean to cover his dad with pink yoghurt, or drop the goldfish in the bath. He just couldn't help it! Alex's mum and dad ask him to keep out of trouble just for one day ... so the sideways skateboard isn't SUCH a bad idea, is it?

Books For Boys, Book 8: Through the Cat-Flap (PDF)

by Ian Whybrow

Thomas can't work out what goes on in the tiny minds of his toddler twin sisters. They sing all the time but never get the words right. They think cats enjoy being dressed up as fairies. But who else can Thomas turn to when they all get locked out of the house? Besides, it's a brilliant idea to pop them through the cat-flap and tell them to look for the keys. Isn't it ...?

Bookworms, Stage 2: Dead Man's Island

by John Escott

The Oxford Bookworms Library offers enjoyable reading at seven levels (Starter to Stage 6). To find your required reading level please take the Oxford Bookworks reading level test. Mr Ross lives on an island where no visitors come. He stops people from taking photographs of him. He is young and rich, but he looks sad. And there is one room in his house which is always locked. Carol Sanders and her mother come to the island to work for Mr Ross. Carol soon decides that there is something very strange about Mr Ross. Where did he get his money from? How can a young man buy an island? So she watches, and she listens - and one night she learns what is behind the locked door.

Bookworms, Stage 2: Anne of Green Gables

by Clare Montgomery West

The Oxford Bookworms Library offers enjoyable reading at seven levels (Starter to Stage 6). To find your required reading level please take the Oxford Bookworks reading level test. Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew want to adopt an orphan, to help on the farm at Green Gables. They ask for a boy, but they get Anne, who has red hair and freckles, and who talks and talks and talks. They didn't want a girl, but how can they send a child back, like an unwanted parcel? So Anne stays, and begins a new life in the sleepy, quiet village of Avonlea in Canada. But it is not so quiet after Anne comes to live there...

Bookworms, Stage 2: Anne of Green Gables

by Clare Montgomery West

The Oxford Bookworms Library offers enjoyable reading at seven levels (Starter to Stage 6). To find your required reading level please take the Oxford Bookworks reading level test. Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew want to adopt an orphan, to help on the farm at Green Gables. They ask for a boy, but they get Anne, who has red hair and freckles, and who talks and talks and talks. They didn't want a girl, but how can they send a child back, like an unwanted parcel? So Anne stays, and begins a new life in the sleepy, quiet village of Avonlea in Canada. But it is not so quiet after Anne comes to live there...

Born to Run (PDF)

by Michael Morpurgo

Joy and heartbreak combine in this bittersweet tale of a champion greyhound's journey through life - and from owner to owner...

The Boss (PDF)

by Pete Guppy

'Survival' is a range of edgy fiction aimed at older pupils with a low reading age, particularly boys. Each story features mostly male characters and uses simple, crisp language to keep readers engaged.

The Boy in the Dress (PDF)

by David Walliams

This is the debut children's novel from David Walliams, co-creator and co-star of the multi-award-winning Little Britain. Dennis lives in a boring house in a boring street in a boring town. But he's about to find out that when you open your mind, life becomes anything but boring.

The Boy Who Grew Dragons (The Boy Who Grew Dragons #1)

by Andy Shepherd

When Tomas discovers a strange old tree at the bottom of his grandad's garden, he doesn't think much of it. But he takes the funny fruit from the tree back into the house - and gets the shock and delight of his life when a tiny dragon hatches! The tree is a dragonfruit tree, and Tomas has got his very own dragon, Flicker ... Tomas soon finds out that life with Flicker is great fun, but also very ... unpredictable. Yes, dragons are wonderful, but they also set fire to your toothbruth and leave your pants hanging from the TV aerial. Tomas has to learn how to look after Flicker - and quickly. And then something extraordinary happens - more dragonfruits appear on the tree. Tomas is officially growing dragons ... The first book in a sparky and utterly enchanting new series.

Branwen a Bendigeidfran (Chwedlau Chwim)

by Meinir Edwards Morgan Tomos

Stori drist am Branwen a aeth draw i Iwerddon yn wraig i Fatholwch, ond bu raid i Bendigeidfran, ei brawd, ddod i'w hachub ar ôl iddo dderbyn neges gan ddrudwy bach roedd Branwen wedi'i anfon yn ôl ato i Harlech. [This is the eighth tale in a series aimed at children aged 7-9 years who are able to read independently. Here we have the sad story of Branwen who went to Ireland with her husband Matholwch. Her brother Bendigeidfran, however, had to rescue her after receiving a message from a little starling that Branwen had sent on her behalf to Harlech.] *Datganiad hawlfraint Gwneir y copi hwn dan dermau Rheoliadau (Anabledd) Hawlfraint a Hawliau mewn Perfformiadau 2014 i'w ddefnyddio gan berson sy'n anabl o ran print yn unig. Oni chaniateir gan gyfraith, ni ellir ei gopïo ymhellach, na'i roi i unrhyw berson arall, heb ganiatâd.

The Breadwinner (PDF)

by Deborah Ellis

AFGHANISTAN: Parvana's father is arrested and taken away by the Taliban soldiers. Under Taliban law, women and girls are not allowed to leave the house on their own. Parvana, her mother, and sisters must stay inside.

Breuddwyd Macsen (Chwedlau Chwim)

by Meinir Edwards Morgan Tomos

Stori Macsen Wledig yw cynnwys y seithfed llyfr yn y gyfres Chwedlau Chwim. Cafodd Macsen freuddwyd ryfedd a'i harweiniodd o Rufain i Gymru. Daeth ei freuddwyd yn wir, cyfarfu ag Elen, merch ei freuddwydion, ac aeth y ddau yn ôl i Rufain a gorchfygu'r ddinas bwysig honno. Chwedl sy'n tystio bod breuddwydion yn gallu dod yn wir! [This is the seventh tale in a series aimed at children aged 7-9 years who are able to read independently. Here we have the story of Macsen Wledig or Magnus Maximus and the strange dream which led him from Rome to Wales. His dream came true, he met Elen, the girl of his dreams, and both of them returned to Rome and conquered the city. A tale which shows that dreams do come true.]

Brilliant Activities for Reading Comprehension, Year 4: Engaging Stories and Activities to Develop Comprehension Skills (PDF)

by Charlotte Makhlouf

The importance of being able to read for meaning should never be underestimated. The ability to decode text is not enough. It is vital that children understand what they are reading. More importantly, it is fundamental that they enjoy what they are reading, so that they grow up to become lifelong readers. The passages in the Brilliant Activities for Reading Comprehension series are designed to do just that. They provide children with a variety of engaging, enjoyable texts that will grab their attention, and indeed their teacherʼs attention as well. The types of comprehension passages range from newspaper articles and dialogues, to plays, stories and poems. They gradually increase in difficulty as you progress though the book, and through the series, encouraging children to develop their ability to read for meaning and use a range of strategies to engage with the text. Tasks range from simple factual recall and vocabulary work to more open-ended questions enabling the reader to provide a more personal response. The cross-curricular activities provide a wealth of ideas for extending the passages further and are ideal for fast-finishers.

Brilliant Activities for Reading Comprehension, Year 5 (2nd Edition) (PDF)

by Charlotte Makhlouf

Brilliant Activities for Reading Comprehension Year 5 provides a variety of engaging, enjoyable texts that will grab pupils' attention, all linked to the 2014 National Curriculum. Activities range from simple factual recall and vocabulary work to more open-ended questions enabling the reader to provide a more personal response.

Brilliant Activities for Reading Comprehension, Year 6 (2nd edition) (PDF)

by Charlotte Makhlouf

Brilliant Activities for Reading Comprehension Year 6 provides a variety of engaging, enjoyable texts that will grab pupils' attention, all linked to the 2014 National Curriculum. Activities range from simple factual recall and vocabulary work to more open-ended questions enabling the reader to provide a more personal response.

The Brilliant World of Tom Gates (PDF)

by Liz Pichon

Tom Gates is the master of excuses for late homework: dog attacks - spilt water - lightning... Tom's exercise book is full of his doodles, cartoons and thoughts, as well as comments from his long-suffering teacher, Mr Fullerton. After gaining five merits for his CAMPING SUCKS holiday story, Tom's work starts to go downhill - which is a pity, as he's desperate to impress Amy Porter, who sits next to him...

Brwydro Budr (Cyfres Chwarae Teg! #2)

by Michael Coleman Dylan Williams Nick Abadzis

Addasiad Cymraeg o Dirty Defending!, stori hwyliog am dîm pêl-droed bechgyn a merched clwb ieuenctid yr eglwys leol sy'n ymdrechu i ddilyn eu harwyddair i chwarae'n deg yn erbyn eu holl wrthwynebwyr; i ddarllenwyr 7-9 oed. [A Welsh adaptation of Dirty Defending!, a lively story about the local church youth club football team of boys and girls who attempt to follow their motto to play fairly against all opponents; for 7-9 year old readers.] Datganiad hawlfraint Gwneir y copi hwn dan dermau Rheoliadau (Anabledd) Hawlfraint a Hawliau mewn Perfformiadau 2014 i'w ddefnyddio gan berson sy'n anabl o ran print yn unig. Oni chaniateir gan gyfraith, ni ellir ei gopïo ymhellach, na'i roi i unrhyw berson arall, heb ganiatâd.

Bug Club: Inside the Game

by Pauline Cartwright

It felt unbelievable -- terrifying. Here he was, racing over a drawbridge, suspended over deep, black water. Real water! And he was expected to save a real person from real enemies! How could it be that he was inside the computer game?nbsp; Bug Club is one of the best-loved reading programmes in primary schools and kids just love reaching for the bookshelves to find their favourite Bug Club book.

Bug Club: Inside the Game (PDF)

by Pauline Cartwright

It felt unbelievable -- terrifying. Here he was, racing over a drawbridge, suspended over deep, black water. Real water! And he was expected to save a real person from real enemies! How could it be that he was inside the computer game?nbsp; Bug Club is one of the best-loved reading programmes in primary schools and kids just love reaching for the bookshelves to find their favourite Bug Club book.

Bug Club: Miss Polly Had a Dolly (PDF)

by Alison Hawes

Comics for Phonics are the fun new way to reward young readers. Every comic is 100% phonically decodable, so kids can reinforce all the literacy skills they learn at school without even noticing it! Every comic in Comics for Phonics is jam packed with stunning artwork, cool characters and gripping stories that will get kids reaching for the bookshelf.

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