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Bechgyn yw'r Gore (Cyfres Corryn)

by Jac Jones Elgan Davies

Mae bechgyn a merched Safon 2 benben â'i gilydd eto! Rhaid i Alun a'i ffrindiau brofi unwaith ac am byth mai bechgyn yw'r gore! Nofel fer i blant 7 i 10 oed. [The boys and girls of Year 2 are at war once again. Alun and his friends must prove, once and for all, that boys are best! A short novel for 7 to 10 year olds.]

Bill's New Frock (PDF)

by Anne Fine

When Bill wakes up one morning to discover that he has become a girl, his life is turned upside down. He is forced to wear a frilly pink dress, and is not allowed to play football. This humorous study of the differing treatment given boys and girls is by the author of The Granny Project.

Caleb (Cyfres Nofelau Project Hanes Cymru)

by Mair Wynn Hughes

Lleolir y nofel fer hon yn y ddeunawfed ganrif a chawn ynddi hanes Caleb a'i deulu sy'n crafu bywoliaeth o'r gwaith copr yn Amlwch. Nofel i blant o 9-12 oed. [This short novel for 9-12 year olds is set in the eighteenth century. It tells the story of Caleb and his family who are forced to seek work in the copper mines at Amlwch.]

GNR360, Level 3, Upstarts, Extension Books: Fun at the Zoo

by Sheila Lavelle

Level 3 of the New Reading 360 Reader Series by Ginn and Company.

GNR360, Level 3, Upstarts, Extension Books: Fun at the Zoo

by Sheila Lavelle

Level 3 of the New Reading 360 Reader Series by Ginn and Company.

GNR360, Level 3, Upstarts, Extension Books: Fun at the Zoo (PDF)

by Sheila Lavelle

Level 3 of the New Reading 360 Reader Series by Ginn and Company.

GNR360, Level 4, Upstarts: Monty and the Monster Mouse (PDF)

by Linda Birch Sheila Lavelle

Level 4 of the New Reading 360 Reader Series by Ginn and Company. The ISBN numbers cover a pack of six books; Monty and the Monster Mouse is one of them.

Mwg yn y Twnel (Nofelau Project Hanes Cymru)

by Siân Lewis

Lleolir y nofel hon mewn pentre yn ymyl y rheilffordd rhwng Caerfyrddin ac Aberystwyth yn ystod y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf. Nofel hanesyddol, addas ar gyfer plant o 9 i 12 oed. [An historical novel for children aged 9 to 12 years old, set during World War I in a small village near the Aberystwyth to Carmarthen railway line.]

The Railway Children (PDF)

by E. Nesbit

When Father goes away with two strangers one evening, the lives of Roberta, Peter and Phyllis are shattered. They and their mother have to move from their comfortable London home to go and live in a simple country cottage, where Mother writes books to make ends meet. However, they soon come to love the railway that runs near their cottage, and they make a habit of waving to the Old Gentleman who rides on it. They befriend the porter, Perks, and through him learn railway lore and much else. They have many adventures, and when they save a train from disaster, they are helped by the Old Gentleman to solve the mystery of their father's disappearance, and the family is happily reunited.

The Railway Children (PDF)

by E. Nesbit

When Father goes away with two strangers one evening, the lives of Roberta, Peter and Phyllis are shattered. They and their mother have to move from their comfortable London home to go and live in a simple country cottage, where Mother writes books to make ends meet. However, they soon come to love the railway that runs near their cottage, and they make a habit of waving to the Old Gentleman who rides on it. They befriend the porter, Perks, and through him learn railway lore and much else. They have many adventures, and when they save a train from disaster, they are helped by the Old Gentleman to solve the mystery of their father's disappearance, and the family is happily reunited.

The Deathwood Letters

by Hazel Townson

A story told entirely in letter form, by the author of the Lenny and Jake series. When Damian Drake rescues his dog from a well and gets his name into the papers, he hears from a girl he has never met. They begin a correspondence which develops a sinister element and a dramatic climax.

NR360, Upstarts, Plays: Kate and the Crocodile

by Gordon Kerr

The New Reading 360 series is designed to provide a solid literary foundation for infants and build on previous literacy knowledge for juniors. Pocket books have been written to get children reading independently and for fun. They provide the opportunity to improve reading stamina and fluency.

NR360, Upstarts, Plays: Kate and the Crocodile

by Gordon Kerr

The New Reading 360 series is designed to provide a solid literary foundation for infants and build on previous literacy knowledge for juniors. Pocket books have been written to get children reading independently and for fun. They provide the opportunity to improve reading stamina and fluency.

NR360, Upstarts, Plays: Kate and the Crocodile (PDF)

by Gordon Kerr

The New Reading 360 series is designed to provide a solid literary foundation for infants and build on previous literacy knowledge for juniors. Pocket books have been written to get children reading independently and for fun. They provide the opportunity to improve reading stamina and fluency.

Oxford Reading Tree, Stage 11, More Jackdaws Poetry: Pirate Poems (PDF)

by John Foster

This book is intended for age range: 6-7

Ginn History: Victorian Britain (PDF)

by John Sampson

This primary school history book focuses on Victorian Britain and what it was like for the people living in that time. Looking at different houses, shops, the lives of rich and poor families, working life, travel and transport, entertainment and the arts, crime and punishment, medicine, religion, law and the British Empire.

Oxford Reading Tree, Stage 11, More Jackdaws: The Chimney Sweep (1992 edition)

by Adam Coleman

This book is intended for age 6-7+

Oxford Reading Tree, Stage 11, More Jackdaws: The Chimney Sweep (1992 edition) (PDF)

by Adam Coleman

This book is intended for age 6-7+

Oxford Reading Tree, Stage 11, More Jackdaws: The Island

by Adam Coleman

Jackdaws anthologies offer a challenge for competent and mature readers. Each of the titles are made up of different text types with a shared thematic topic. Each title combines fiction and non-fiction in the form of a fast-moving adventure tale, information text in a fact file, and a traditional tale or myth. Each anthology is illustrated with a variety of lively artwork and photographs.nbsp;

Oxford Reading Tree, Stage 11, More Jackdaws: The Island (PDF)

by Adam Coleman

Jackdaws anthologies offer a challenge for competent and mature readers. Each of the titles are made up of different text types with a shared thematic topic. Each title combines fiction and non-fiction in the form of a fast-moving adventure tale, information text in a fact file, and a traditional tale or myth. Each anthology is illustrated with a variety of lively artwork and photographs.nbsp;

Pen Cyrliog a Sbectol Sgwar (Cyfres Cled)

by Gareth F. Williams

Nofel i blant yn sôn am y perygl enbyd sy'n wynebu Magwen a'i ffrind Jimbo yng nghrafangau dihirod milain. [A novel for children about the dangers encountered by Magwen and her friend Jimbo when they fall into the clutches of the villains in the woods.]

GNR360, Level 4, Book 6: Once Upon A Time

by Cliff Moon

This book contains two classic fairytales: Little Red Riding Hood Jack and the Beanstalk.

GNR360, Level 4, Book 6: Once Upon A Time

by Cliff Moon

This book contains two classic fairytales: Little Red Riding Hood Jack and the Beanstalk.

Piwma Tash (Cyfres Cled)

by Emily Huws

Yn y nofel fywiog, fyrlymus hon mae rhywun wedi dwyn y bag sy'n cynnwys dillad gymnasteg Tash a hithau â'i bryd ar gael ei dewis i'r Tîm Gymnasteg. [A lively and amusing novel for children in which Tash loses all her gymnastic kit when she had set her mind on being selected for the gymnastic team.]

Sothach a Sglyfath (Cyfres Cled)

by Angharad Tomos

Stori ysbrydion hwyliog, llawn dychymyg ar gyfer plant. Enillydd gwobr Tir na n-Og 1994. [An imaginative and humorous ghost story for children. Tir na n-Og Award winner 1994.]

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