Rudyard Kipling's classic 'Just So' story, retold for young readers. Part of the Usborne Reading Programme.
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.
Here are two fantastic brand new additions to the "Beginners" series, each of which is designed to provide an informative introduction to non-fiction subjects for young readers. It offers terrific reading practise for children who prefer fact to fiction. It is developed with a reading expert from Roeham ...Show more
• The classic tale, as recorded by The Brothers Grimm, specially re-written for children starting to read on their own.• The shoemaker and his wife are on the verge of destitution when they discover, one morning, that they have received a visit from some mysterious helpers in the night.• ...Show more
Who were the ancient Romans? Where did they go to eat, shop and wash? What did they do for fun? You'll find the answers to these questions and lots more in this book about life in Roman times, featuring short, informative text, vivid, full colour illustrations and photographs on every page.
Young Beginners extends the reach of the informative Beginners series to younger, inquisitive three-year-olds. Highly illustrated with simple, short text to encourage conversation about subjects chosen to appeal to very young children. An illustrated introduction to the miniature kingdom of bugs and oth ...Show more
This is the ninth title in a series designed to introduce younger children to reading together with their parents. Parents and children take turns to read from the page (the text clearly marked for who should be reading) and as the books progress in the series the adults read less and less and the child ...Show more
'Beware, beware the deep dark woods.' But Jack doesn't listen...how will he ever get home? 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 ...Show more
A lonely young prince wants to get married, but how can he find a real princess? Find out in this charming retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's classic story about a very tall bed and a very small pea. This much-loved story is part of the Usborne Reading Programme (First Reading, Level 4).
This is a new title in the fantastic "First Reading" series, aimed at children who are beginning to read. When the tortoise sees an eagle flying through the sky it gets jealous and tries to find a way to fly itself. This key series was developed in conjunction with reading expert Allison Kelly from the ...Show more
This is a new title in the fantastic "First Reading" series, aimed at children who are beginning to read. A poor fisherman goes fishing, but catches an old bottle instead of a fish. When he opens the bottle, he accidentally releases a big, bad genie.This key series was developed in conjunction with read ...Show more