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Wellington Square Reinforcement Readers, Level 5, Set B: What a mess!

by Keith Gaines

Tessa and Jamila find rubbish in the park. They take it back to where it came from. Why do they end up in big trouble? Wellington Square is designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-13+ who are having difficulty in learning to read. It provides straightforward progression through all 5 levels of the scheme, from wordless picture books to storybooks with full-text. Wellington Square widens your pupils' reading experience through imaginative and stimulating support material.

Wellington Square Reinforcement Readers, Level 5, Set B: Waterloo News

by Keith Gaines

When Mr Belter ask the class to make a newspaper they all have to be reporters.What can they write about? Wellington Square is designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-13+ who are having difficulty in learning to read. It provides straightforward progression through all 5 levels of the scheme, from wordless picture books to storybooks with full-text. Wellington Square widens your pupils' reading experience through imaginative and stimulating support material.

Wellington Square Reinforcement Readers, Level 5, Set B: The paper chase

by Keith Gaines

The children are all at the school Summer Fair. There is a fire engine, a French café and a paper chase--they need your help for that! Wellington Square is designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-13+ who are having difficulty in learning to read. It provides straightforward progression through all 5 levels of the scheme, from wordless picture books to storybooks with full-text. Wellington Square widens your pupils' reading experience through imaginative and stimulating support material.

Wellington Square Reinforcement Readers, Level 5, Set B: The Mary Ann

by Keith Gaines

The class go on a narrow-boat for their trip. Mr Belter asks the children to do six things. Can you guess who does them all? Wellington Square is designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-13+ who are having difficulty in learning to read. It provides straightforward progression through all 5 levels of the scheme, from wordless picture books to storybooks with full-text. Wellington Square widens your pupils' reading experience through imaginative and stimulating support material.

Wellington Square Reinforcement Readers, Level 5, Set B: End of term!

by Keith Gaines

How much do you know about Wellington Square? Join the children and answer Mr Belter's end of term questions. Wellington Square is designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-13+ who are having difficulty in learning to read. It provides straightforward progression through all 5 levels of the scheme, from wordless picture books to storybooks with full-text. Wellington Square widens your pupils' reading experience through imaginative and stimulating support material.

What is a Wookiee? (Purple B) NF (PDF)

by Laura Buller

In Star Wars, lots of creatures live far, far away in space. This book will tell you about some of them. You will learn about Wookiees and many other amazing creatures. Find out about furry, friendly Wookiees, and other aliens from the Star Wars world.

When Will the Sun Go Out?: And Other Strange Solar System Science (BUG CLUB) (PDF)

by Isabel Thomas

Schools across the UK are catching the Bug, and now so can kids at home! 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. Here s some of the great things people have been saying about Bug Club: They are so used to TV, DVDs and everything else, that getting them interested in reading is really hard. But Bug Club had children laughing, engaged and begging for more! - Wendy Jenkins, Bangor Central Integrated Primary School Bug Club deserves gushing praise . It will help children get the best possible start in their reading journey and enjoy page after page of reading success. - Teach Primary Magazine When the books went home, the response from parents was tremendous. Bug Club has been an inspiration to the whole school family. - Tristran Roberts, Headteacher Ysgol Kingsland, Holyhead

White Dolphin

by Gill Lewis

"The white dolphin is a sign that Mum's out there ..." When they first meet, Kara and Felix can't stand each other. But on discovering an injured dolphin calf on the beach they know they must work together to save it. Now friends, they set out to find the truth behind the disappearance of Kara's mother, and to protect the nearby reef. But powerful people don't want them to succeed. And with the odds stacked against them, how can Kara and Felix make their voices heard?

White Dolphin (PDF)

by Gill Lewis

"The white dolphin is a sign that Mum's out there ..." When they first meet, Kara and Felix can't stand each other. But on discovering an injured dolphin calf on the beach they know they must work together to save it. Now friends, they set out to find the truth behind the disappearance of Kara's mother, and to protect the nearby reef. But powerful people don't want them to succeed. And with the odds stacked against them, how can Kara and Felix make their voices heard?

Wild Moose Chase

by Siobhan Rowden

Twins Burt and Cameron are in competition with each other about everything - everything, down to the very oxygen they breathe. So they jump at the chance when they hear about the ultimate competition that will guarantee just one person eternal glory as one of the Queen's knights. The Queen wants moose cheese. Moose cheese is scrumptiously delicious, worth am absolute fortune - and near-impossible to make. It'll require a dangerous world-wide venture to collect the ingredients for the Queen, but nothing will stop the twins in their quest for one-upmanship. Only they are so busy being in competition with each other, they don't even notice Dr X, another competitor, steal all their ingredients to claim the prize himself. And worse, at the prize-giving ceremony the twins uncover Dr X's plot to poison the Queen with his moose cheese! The twins must figure out how to work together for the first time ever to save the Queen.

The Wild Weather Book (PDF)

by Fiona Danks Jo Schofield

Imagine - jumping in the biggest puddle you can find! - Or running barefoot and feeling squidgy mud ooze up between your toes! - Or run up the nearest hill to feel the wind try to carry you away! When it's wet, or windy or cold, there's no need to stay cooped up indoors; it's a great opportunity to rush outside for some fun

William Shakespeare (Famous People, Famous Lives)

by Emma Fischel

The extraordinary life of England's greatest dramatist is told in fascinating detail, from his rural beginnings in Stratford-on-Avon, where he was born in 1564, to his phenomenal success in London, where he became a favourite at the glorious court of Queen Elizabeth. The narrative describes how plays were beginning to become the popular entertainment form of the day, how theatres were built and who went to them. All Elizabethan life is there, and the book gives the reader not only a complete background on the life of Shakespeare, but also a vivid picture of late sixteenth-century life.

The Wind Singer (PDF)

by William Nicholson

The second book in William Nicholson’s award-winning epic fantasy series, Wind on Fire. ‘Gloriously cinematic and completely enthralling’ – Independent "I hate school! I hate ratings! I won't reach higher! I won't strive harder! I won't make tomorrow better than today!" In the walled city state of Aramanth, rules are everything. When Kestrel Hath dares to rebel, the Chief Examiner humiliates her father and sentences the whole family to the harshest punishment. Desperate to save them, Kestrel learns the secret of the wind singer, and she and her twin brother, Bowman, set out on a terrifying journey to the true source of evil that grips Aramanth . . . Fantasy books for children don’t get more spectacular than The Wind Singer. Since first publication, William Nicholson’s Wind on Fire trilogy has been translated into over 25 languages and won prizes including the Blue Peter Book Award and Smarties Prize Gold Award. One of the greatest writers of our time, William Nicholson’s has not only sold millions of children’s books worldwide, he also written for the screen and the stage, including the Oscar-winning film Gladiator and the BAFTA-winning play Shadowlands.

The Witches

by Roald Dahl

My orders are that every single child in this country shall be rrubbed out, sqvashed, sqvirttered and frrrittered before I come here again in vun year's time! Do I make myself clear? The Grand High Witch has a fiendish plan for getting rid of all the children in England. First, her fellow hags will take over all the sweet shops. Next, they will sell poisoned sweets and chocolate which will turn children into mice! Then, make way for the mouse traps... This terrible plan is overheard by the young boy narrator of the story. Fortunately, his grandma knows something about witches. Unfortunately, before he has a chance to consult her, he is turned into a mouse himself. Will the witches triumph? Are the children of England doomed? And what exactly is the secret behind grandma's missing finger? This award winning tale has all the answers.

Wolf Hill, Level 1: Hidden Gold

by Roderick Hunt

Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment.nbsp;

Wolf Hill, Level 1: The Flying Armchair

by Roderick Hunt

A game with an old armchair is fun until things go wrong and Arjo's life is in danger. Wolf Hill is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading. The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment. The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.

Wolf Hill, Level 1: The Flying Armchair

by Roderick Hunt

A game with an old armchair is fun until things go wrong and Arjo's life is in danger. Wolf Hill is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading. The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment. The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.

Wolf Hill, Stage 1: The Hole in the Ground

by Roderick Hunt

Loz raced across Gran's lawn. She meant to jump over the wall. She leapt on to the rockery. A hole opened under her feet. She fell downwards. Rocks and earth crashed down after her. Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. It is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading. The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment. The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.nbsp;

Wolf Hill, Stage 1: The Night it Rained Chips

by Roderick Hunt

The wind slapped round the chip mountain. It began to blow the wood chips up into the air. First a few flew up. Then more and more. It was the night it rained chips. Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. It is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading. The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment. The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.

Wolf Hill, Stage 2: Arjo's Bike (PDF)

by Roderick Hunt

Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. It is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading.

Wolf Hill, Stage 2: The Exploding Parrot (PDF)

by Roderick Hunt

Mr Gray is digging near the school and discovers an unexploded World War Two bomb that starts to tick. Auntie Viv's parrot escapes from his cage and flys down and sits on the bomb. nbsp; Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. It is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading.nbsp; nbsp; The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment.nbsp; nbsp; The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.

Wolf Hill, Stage 2: The Pool Party (PDF)

by Roderick Hunt

Jamie-Lee Martin is having a pool party. It is going to be a great party. One that nobody will forget.nbsp; nbsp; Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. It is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading.nbsp; nbsp; The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment.nbsp; nbsp; The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.nbsp;

Wolf Hill, Stage 3: The Copper Cockerel (PDF)

by Roderick Hunt

The Copper Cockerel gets stolen from the school roof. Can Mrs Wilson, Arjo and Kat help get it back? nbsp; Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. It is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading. The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment.nbsp; nbsp; The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.

Wordsmith Year 5 Collected Poems (PDF)

by Michael Rosen

A collection of poems by Michael Rosen and Charles Causley. At Key Stage 2 Wordsmith gives you 'single voice' collections of poetry. This approach enables children to familiarise themselves with the poets as individuals, learning about their lives and inspirations to help bring their work to life.

Wordsmith Year 5 Oranges In No Mans Land (PDF)

by Elizabeth Laird

Ayesha lives in a battle-scarred building with her granny. Outside, a war is ripping the city apart - but Ayesha doesn't even know why the two sides are fighting. Life gets even scarier when Granny's medicine runs out. So Ayesha takes matters into her own hands - and in her search for a doctor makes the forbidden journey across no man's land . . .

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