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1.1 - 3.5
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The Accelerated Reader literacy scheme allows you to accurately evaluate each childâ€™s individual progression and easily create future attainment targets. Our collections have been uniquely tailored to captivate your classâ€™ 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!
I'm The Best
AR Level: 1.1
Can Dog's friends teach him to be less of a show-off? Find out in this brilliantly original picture book from Lucy Cousins, creator of Maisy. Dog loves his friends. He thinks theyâ€™re brilliant. But he also thinks that heâ€™s the best, and he just wonâ€™t stop telling them! So what happens when his friends decide to teach him a lesson, by showing him all the things they are best at?
AR Level: 1.7
It's not easy being a big sister - especially when your new baby brother is a roaring dino baby. There are just SO many things to remember . . . Be quiet in the morning, when you first get up. Because crashes, bangs and thuds will wake our dino pup. Shhhhhhhh! Don't play rough and tumble with a little thing like this. Instead be soft and gentle. We all LOVE a dino kiss. Mwaah! But, before long, this big sister grows to love teaching her brother all the grown-up things she knows and, very quickly, life in the dino family is as fun (and chaotic!) as ever.
Wake Up Do, Lydia Lou!
AR Level: 1.8
A little ghost tries to give Lydia Lou a scare . . . but he can't even wake her up. So he fetches his noisy animal friends to help: Mew! Moo! Too-whit too-whoo! Wake up do, Lydia Lou! Will anything ever wake her? A gentle and playful bedtime read from Julia Donaldson, the author of The Gruffalo,, and prize-winning illustrator Karen George. Wake Up Do, Lydia Lou! is full of fun sounds which children will love to join in with time and time again.
The Large Family: Five Minutes' Peace
AR Level: 2.4
One morning Mrs Large, needing some peace and quiet away from her boisterous children, decides to take refuge in the bathroom. She fills herself a foamy bubble-bath and takes in a tray of her favourite breakfast...but finds her peace is to be very short-lived!
The Large Family: All In One Piece
AR Level: 2.6
Mr and Mrs Large are getting ready for the office dinner-dance. But with Lester, Laura, Luke and the baby around, they'll be lucky to get out of the house all in one piece!
AR Level: 2.6
Naughty Toes is narrated by a little girl called Trixie. At the start of the story she compares herself to her sister, Belinda, who is, we are told, a ballerina. Trixie, however, is not. And we go on to discover Trixie's anti-ballet tendencies in the dancewear she picks out at the shop, the dismay her unconventional technique elicits from her stern teacher, Madame Mina, the way she does her hair, eats an ice-cream, and the part she is given in the end-of-term show - a rock! But Trixie does have talents, even if they don't quite fit the rules of a ballet class, and it's the class pianist, Mr Tiempo, who can see that Trixie would rather be doing a toe-tap than a twirl. Trixie is full of free-spirited energy and she knows her own mind. At the end of the book, we discover how the contents of a mysterious box - left backstage for Trixie after the end-of-term show - allow her to step out and shine . . . as a tap dancer!
AR Level: 3.0
Sallyâ€™s class is doing a science project, and Mrs Henshaw is handing out eggs for hatching. â€œMine looks different,â€ says Sally. â€œDonâ€™t be difficult,â€ says Mrs Henshaw. When Sallyâ€™s egg cracks, what emerges is something green and scaly with big yellow eyes. Argus isn't like the other chicks; he isnâ€™t small and fuzzy, and he doesnâ€™t like seeds and bugs. Heâ€™d rather eat other chicks (or children, as he grows even bigger). Watching the other kids playing with their identical chicks, Sally wonders, would she be better off without Argus? With sly humour and a subtle tug at the heartstrings, this is a luminously illustrated about learning not just to tolerate, but to love what is different.
A Flower in the Snow
AR Level: 3.3
In an icy kingdom far away lived the very best of friends: Luna and Bear. When a beautiful flower pops up in the snow, Luna is delighted! But soon the flower fades, and with it, Luna's smile. Bear sets off on an adventure to find another sunshine flower, sailing the seven seas, trekking through jungles and crossing hot, sandy deserts...but will Bear ever find what he is looking for? And will Luna and Bear ever be reunited again?
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...
AR Level: 3.5
Once there was a girl, an all-alone girl, who didn't have a dragon for a friend. Well, that is about to change... A lonely girl in her castle longs for a dragon. Far away in a cave, a dragon dreams of a girl. When they meet, it's sweet! They dance and sing and play hide-and-seek. Then cuddle up for the night.