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Pandas (Usborne Beginners) by James Maclaine
A simple introduction to the lives of pandas - where they live, what they eat, how they behave, why they have come so close to extinction, and what humans are doing to save these gentle animals.
Why the Kangaroo Jumps (Usborne First Reading Level 1) by Rob Lloyd Jones
Rudyard Kipling's classic 'Just So' story, retold for young readers. Part of the Usborne Reading Programme.
Stories of Dragons (Usborne Young Reading Series 1 Book & CD) by Christopher Rawson & Stephen Cartwright
The five titles in the popular "Young Reading" series are re-issued with hardback covers with audio CDs inserted into a wallet inside the back cover, making the book and CD easy to store together. The "Young Reading" series is developed with experts at Roehampton University to help young readers grow in ...Show more
Spiders (Usborne Beginners Level 1) by Rebecca Gilpin
What do spiders eat? How many eyes does a spider have? Which kind of spider lives underwater? In this book you'll find the answers and lots more about the fascinating world of spiders. Presents a selection of non-fiction reading books for developing readers. This title provides an introduction to the ...Show more
Elephants (Usborne Beginners) by James Maclaine
This is a lively introduction to the fascinating world of elephants, complete with amazing photographs, step-by-step illustrations, and weird and wonderful facts. With easy-to-read text specially written with the help of a reading expert, aimed at children who are beginning to read on their own. Part of ...Show more
123 by Sarah Horne (Illustrator); Mairi Mackinnon
A new addition to the inspiring 'Usborne Very First Reading' series, specially developed for young children who are just beginning to learn to read.
Meerkats (Usborne Beginners) by James Maclaine
This intriguing reference book is a fascinating insight into the lives of meerkats. Discover how they live, what they eat and how they protect each other from dangerous animals.
The Queen Makes a Scene (Usborne Very First Reading #6) by Mairi Mackinnon
'The Queen Makes A Scene' is the sixth title in the 'Usborne Very First Reading' series. Each book in the series is designed to introduce young children to reading with their parents.
Bad Jack Fox (Usborne Very First Reading #4) by Russell Punter
Bad Jack Fox is on the run - can Dan catch him and save the stolen box? Part of the award-winning "Usborne Very First Reading" series specially developed in consultation with literacy experts to help children learn to read. Designed for a child to read together with an adult, allowing the child to gradu ...Show more
How the Whale Got His Throat (Usborne First Reading Level 1) by Anna Milbourne
Long ago, whales could eat anything - and they did. Then one day, everything changed. This story, adapted from one of Rudyard Kipling's 'Just So Stories' has been specially written for children who are learning to read, with colourful illustrations on each page and puzzles and fun facts about whales at ...Show more
The Three Wishes by Andy Prentice; Lorena Alvarez (Illustrator); Andrew Prentice
How far can one man's love of sausages take him? A charming reminder that you should always be careful what you wish for. A quirky retelling of a lively tale, illustrated by the renowned artist Lorena Alvarez. Part of the Usborne Reading Programme, a collection of over 300 reading books, graded in eigh ...Show more
The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse (Usborne First Reading Series 3) by Susannah Davidson
Town Mouse loves his life about town but recently he's been starting to feel a little... bored. So he decides to visit his country cousin. But will he be able to cope with country life? And what will happen when his country cousin comes to join him in town? A humorous and engaging story based on the pop ...Show more