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Cat, Ant and Nok are exploring rock pools at the beach in Claws. Find out what happens when Ant's watch goes wrong! Cat is painting a picture at school. Nok wants to help, but will he make it any better or will he just make a mess? Find out in Cat's Painting. Ant, Tiger and Nok are playing in the garden when Nok starts to feel hot. How can a micro-alien cool down? Find out in It's Too Hot! Cat, Tiger and Nok are at the fair in Helter-Skelter. Find out what adventures await the micro-friends when Nok spots a ride that looks exactly like a space rocket!
In Funfair Fun, Nok finds himself trapped among some fairground toys.
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Can Cat and Tiger win the game and claim Nok as their prize? Nok has fallen asleep in one of Tiger's trainers. He's in for a shock when Tiger wakes him up using Robo-Rex! Find out how Nok gets his own back in A Shock for Nok. The micro-friends are playing football in the garden in Goal! Nok feels left out, so they find a way to play it at micro-size. What will happen when Nok goes in goal? The micro-friends, and Nok, are on a school trip to the woods.
They shrink for some micro-fun, and find a strange-looking object hidden in some leaves. Find out what they discover in An Amazing Find. The friends find themselves on board Nok's lost spaceship, the Excelsa.
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Tiger presses a button and the ship takes off! Find out where it's taking them in Blast Off! In Don't Press the Buttons! It makes them some cool, new spacesuits, but what else it can do The ship is flying through space when they see a huge rock. As they get closer, it starts to move! Find out what they have awoken in Worm Song. In Spacewalk the ship has flown close to a wormhole and has been damaged. Can Max and Tiger repair the ship before it's swallowed by the wormhole? The Excelsa is swallowed by a junk cruncher. Can they find a way to escape before they are squashed flat by the metal pounders?
Find out in The Junk Cruncher. How to become an Undercover Pirate Remember - you're undercover! There's a new pirate aboard the Sea Wolf and he's popular with the crew, but Sam is suspicious - why is the new recruit so interested in Captain Blade? And how can Sam convince his friends that they're falling into a deadly trap? Sam Silver lives near the sea and enjoys beach-combing for pirate treasures. When he finds an ancient message in a bottle he thinks it will make a great new relic for his collection, but the bottle holds a very special secret Inside is a gold doubloon which whisks Sam back in time to Suddenly he's on board a pirate ship - the Sea Wolf - surrounded by her fearsome captain and crew and sailing the Caribbean Sea.
If Sam can't think of a very good reason why they should keep him alive, he'll be forced to walk the plank! Welcome to Micro World, invented by Macro Marvel - an amazing theme park where you have to shrink to get in!
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Disaster strikes when CODE, the computer that controls the park and the robots inside, goes wrong and wants to shrink the world. Cat and Tiger are in danger in Capsized!
Rabbit tells Bear and Fox that the moon has fallen in the pond. Will they be able to rescue it? This humorous story written by Chris Powling and beautifully illustrated by Jeannie Winston will capture your child's imagination! It has been sensitively rewritten to enable your child to read it with confidence whilst capturing the magic of the original tale. There are useful tips for parents and an engaging story map inside the book to help you and your child retell the story together.
The Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales series includes 40 of the best known stories from all over the world, which have been passed down for generations. They are a perfect introduction to different cultures, traditions and morals. All the stories are carefully levelled to Oxford Reading Tree levels and matched to the phonics progression in Letters and Sounds enabling your children to read the stories independently. Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading.
Help with childrens reading development is also available at www. But there's a disaster! Troy doesn't turn up and the boys end up stuck in a super-girly, super-boring talk instead - yuck! Can the Gargoyles do anything to help? And what about their new friend - will he leave his books and peace and quiet behind and join the boys in playing some pranks?
Ben and Zoe travel to the Kalahari Desert, where a frantic lioness is keeping local people from their well. It seems her cub has fallen down the well, and it's up to the children to rescue it. But with thirst-bating heat and deadly creatures at every turn, as well as a powerful sandstorm, will they manage to return the cub to its pride before it's too late? This is the eighth book in the action-packed Wild Rescue series. These books are ideal for early readers to help broaden their vocabulary and give them confidence with sounds and words as they learn to read.
Introduce and practise new sounds and tricky words in the five Exploring Letters books. Then read the accompanying fiction and non-fiction titles for each book. Read five exciting, action-packed micro-adventures featuring the familiar Project X characters, Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger.
Play hide and seek in Shhh! Explore Tiger's dad's old toy castle in The Fort and discover the secrets of a rock pool in The Starfish. Each book is designed for adults to read to children with appropriate text for children to read, plus there are lots of ideas for talk and other activities to make the learning fun. Five fantastic stories and one non-fiction book from Star Reading. With brilliant parent notes to help you get the most out of every book with your child, all at white book band level.
Following reports of a polar bear found dead near an Alaskan village, Dr Fisher is sending Ben and Zoe, Wild's number one operatives, to investigate. It's highly unusual for a polar bear to come so close to human habitation and this suggests something is seriously wrong. But the twins' mission takes another turn when they discover that the dead bear had recently given birth.
This means there is an orphaned cub out there. Will Ben and Zoe find it in time? Ben and Zoe's latest mission takes them to South Borneo. An orang-utan has set up home on a palm oil plantation and is resisting all attempts to bring him to the safety of the nearby reservation. But when the twins discover that illegal logging has been taking place, it becomes clear that the orang-utan isn't the only one in grave danger.
When Max and Ben discover that the ancient stone figures on the church next door to their school actually come to life, they are delighted! School will be much more fun now that the boys have the gargoylz to help them play pranks and wreak havoc. And when they discover that the gargoylz all have special powers too, they realize that the possibilities for mischief are endless! Gargoyle Toby can fly, Barney can make terrible smells, Bart burps spiders and Zack can turn himself invisible - and those are just the four gargoylz that Max and Ben meet in book one!
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Imagine the fun and chaos that ensues once the gargoylz and the boys are working together The books use a special dyslexia-friendly font and chunked text to support children. Part of the Literacy World series that provides support to deliver shared reading and writing, guided reading, ICT and speaking and listening at Key Stage 2 and Junior level. Part of the Rapid Reading series, created to help children catch up. Rapid Reading is the UK's most comprehensive reading intervention programme.
Rigby Rocket offers a wide range of engaging stories and non-fiction texts. Written by much-loved children's authors, the books have been expertly levelled to ensure your children are able to read them independently. This literacy programme for juniors offers fiction, poetry and non-fiction reading and writing materials for shared, guided and group reading and writing, and teaching materials. Comets should capture the imagination of more able pupils, and software integrates ICT with literacy teaching. If this is your author page then you can share your Twitter updates with your readers right here on LoveReading.