Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife
Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9 by BookLife

Accelerated Reader Lower Years: Level 3.0-3.9

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Accelerated Reader

3.0 - 3.9
Lower Years
Reading Age

5+
Years Old
Keystage

KS1 - KS2
Subject

Fiction
Children's Fiction

The Accelerated Reader literacy scheme allows you to accurately evaluate each child’s individual progression and easily create future attainment targets. Our collections have been uniquely tailored to captivate your class’ imagination with engaging narratives that will engender a lifelong love for reading. What's more all of our AR collections arrive with FREE fitted stickers, giving you all the important AR details for each book!

Sadie And Ratz

AR Level: 3.0

Sadie and Ratz are the names of Hannah’s hands. They aren’t animals, but they behave like wild beasts, says Dad. For one thing, they’re always after four-year-old Baby Boy (whom Sadie wishes were a dog). They jump onto his head and try to rub his ears off. Baby Boy knows how to turn the tables, though, and when he spills milk on the carpet, he tells Grandma that Sadie and Ratz pushed him. But when Baby Boy goes too far, Hannah may have to send Sadie and Ratz on vacation to prove their innocence. Multi-award-winning author Sonya Hartnett brings her original sensibility, wry humor, and engaging characters to a younger audience, aided by Ann James’s inviting illustrations.

Hansel, Gretel and The Dastardly Dinner Lady

AR Level: 3.1

Harry and Greta love dessert but Mrs Maggot, a dastardly dinner lady, won't let them eat any. But then they follow a trail of chocolate sauce right into a kitchen where they find so many puddings... But the sweet treats soon turn into something more sinister.

Flat Stanley's Christmas Adventure

AR Level: 3.2

Can Flat Stanley save Christmas in this holiday-themed chapter book adventure?

Santa Claus is not his usual, jolly self. In fact, he's in a terrible mood. He doesn't believe that children appreciate Christmas anymore. This year, he has decided that he is not going to deliver any Christmas presents!

Luckily, his daughter, Sarah Claus, knows who to call for help. The Lambchop family! But can they convince Santa that there are still good children in the world? Just leave it up to Stanley.

Nick Mack's Good Luck

AR Level: 3.3

Nick Mack’s best friend, Ellie, has a dog called Newton, whom she says is as much Nick’s dog as hers. But Nick still wants a pet of his own. When Aunt Terri comes to visit Nick finds a four-leaf clover in the park – and his good luck soon kicks in… Walker Stories support beginner readers making the transition from picture books in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. Each title features three highly-illustrated, individual short stories linked by one character, so readers can build familiarity and confidence.

Ella

AR Level: 3.4

Ella is a little ladybird with big dreams. Her ugly wasp stepsisters make her do all the housework, all of the time, and Ella feels very sad. Then one day the famous Parisian artist Pierre decides to throw a Grand Bug Ball - and Ella's life is about to change forever...

Wonder Woman: An Origin Story

AR Level: 3.5

She was once a young princess on the secret island inhabited by warrior women known as the Amazons...but she left her homeland--and her royal birthright--behind to become a protector for the entire planet of Earth: Wonder Woman! Follow young Diana's incredible transformation from princess to super hero in this action-packed chapter book for early readers featuring colorful illustrations by DC Comics artists.

Heart For Ruby

AR Level: 3.6

Ruby's class will be performing in the school Valentine's Day concert on Friday, but there's just one problem - Ruby can't dance. Try as she might, she just can't make herself lighter than air like everyone else. She always comes down with a thump! Auntie Pooja tells Ruby a story about how once, when she was at a party, she danced so hard that one of her favourite ruby heart earrings flew off, and she never found it. Now she lends Ruby the remaining one for luck and Ruby is delighted. But she wishes she had the other one too - if only she could wear both earrings at the concert, she's sure it will go like magic. Can she find the second ruby before Friday, and will it help her to soar?

Flat Stanley and the Magic Lamp

AR Level: 3.7

Stanley finds a real genie inside his mother's teapot. Now the Lampchops can wish for anything in the world: fame, a magical pet, superpowers . . . Being famous is exhausting! Soon everyone longs for life to get back to normal. But can Stanley reverse the wishes?

Kasia's Surprise

AR Level: 3.8

Kasia wishes that she and her mum hadn't moved to the UK – she misses Poland and all her old friends, and most of all she misses her grandparents. As the long school holidays stretch out in front of her, Kasia wonders how she'll fill them: her mum has promised to take her out for some day trips, but the rest of the time she'll be at work. Then Babcia and Dzadek arrive for a surprise visit, and Kasia is delighted! As she proudly shows her grandparents round her new town, Kasia realizes that maybe she's happier here than she thought.

Young Hank Zipzer: A Short Tale about a Long Dog

AR Level: 3.9

The second book in a new series about a younger Hank Zipzer – star of CBBC – from Henry "the Fonz" Winkler and Lin Oliver. Perfect for newly independent and reluctant readers, the book has black and white illustrations, short chapters and a font developed specifically for dyslexic readers. Henry "Hank" Zipzer doesn’t try to be funny, but he somehow always makes the kids in his class laugh. He’s pretty bad at memorizing stuff, and spelling is his worst subject. (But so are maths and reading!) Hank has finally persuaded his dad to get the family a dog, and Hank couldn’t be more excited! Mesmerized by a little sausage dog chasing his tail (making him look like a Cheerio) at the animal shelter, Hank declares him to be the new Zipzer dog. But can Hank prove that he's a responsible pet owner or will Cheerio have to go?