Rusty Flies South:
Childrens book chronicling the story of Rusty the Swallow and the friends he meets as he travels south from Honeysuckle Farm to South Africa. There are up to four titles for each high-frequency word or phrase, making First Wave ideal for class use and take-home reading programs.
A Better Letter: Jenny Alexander
Ben scares tessa with a spider. Tessa calls Ben a rat. Ben calls Tessa a Chicken.
Dumbo is a little elephant with big spirit–and even bigger ears. He doesn’t have many friends at the circus, until he meets Timothy the circus mouse and discovers a hidden talent that will make him into a star! Beautifully illustrated on every page, this classic Disney storybook is sure to become a favorite in any beginning library and makes an excellent first reader for young children.
Pip’s Thank you Letter: Jenny Alexander
Pip ‘writes’ a letter to his Gran
On the Move The story of a Jumbo Jet:
Part of a new series for young children which examines different machines, these books take a “day in the life of” format. Through simple text and colourful drawings, they show how each machine is used. This book is about a jumbo jet.
The Robots: Lynne Burgess
Jess, Tom and Adam Pretend to be robots.
PJ Masks Make Friends!
Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko must rescue the butterflies stolen from the City Zoo in this 8×8 storybook based on PJ Masks, the hit preschool series airing on Disney Junior!
Oh no! Luna Girl has stolen all the butterflies from the City Zoo, and she’s forcing them to work for her! Catboy wants to catch the butterflies and wrap up the mission fast, but Gekko and Owlette know that making friends with the butterflies is the right thing to do. Can they come to a friendly compromise before Luna Girl’s new Butterfly Brigade takes over the city?
Winnie-the-Pooh A New House for Eeyore: A.A. Milne
A story adapted from “The House at Pooh Corner”, by A.A. Milne. One snowy day, Pooh has an idea. “We will build an Eeyore House with sticks for Eeyore.” But Eeyore already has a house, and now he is very puzzled because it seems to have disappeared.
Around the year with Pooh: Disney
Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin, and their friends enjoy seasonal activities throughout the year.
Jumping: Allan Ahlberg
“Children fortunate enough to encounter this dotty reading scheme have been found banging on the bookcase and shouting for more.”
Topsy+Tim at the school fair: Jean
Topsy and Tim help with the face-painting stall at the school fair and have lots of fun!
Little Bo is staying the night at Roly Mo’s house for the first time.
Scooby-Doo! In Jungle Jeopardy:
Eerie Feline Activities are Distracting Professor Peabody from his research on the lost Pyramid. Will the gang help Unravel the Mystery behind these spooky cats?
Noddy and the Goblins: Enid Blytons
Noddy, the little wooden boy lives in his own little House-for-One in Toyland.
Jump into Dino World!:
Based on the brilliant Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs, now fans can join in Harry’s on-screen adventures and discover Dino World for themselves. One, two, three . . . jump!
The Two Giants: Mary Dickinson
Find out what happens when the giant called Culcullin goes to find the giant called Finn.
Robby in the River: Judy Waite
Robby loved to fetch things, but he got stuck when he ran after a stick.
Tom’s Mad Mop: Phonics
“I Love having water fights and getting wet.”
Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man’s Chest Storybook
The Dreaded Davy Jones has arrived to claim a terrible debt from jack Sarrow…
Go to Bed: Emma Lynch
We all go to bed! What is your bed like?
Let’s have a Tea Party!
You can host the Prettiest tea party with Let’s Have a Tea Party!
The Monster is Coming!: Paul Shipton
It’s Just another boring day at school for Simon, expept for the large hairy monster stamping down the street outside. Can Simon save the day?
Dinosaur School: Dick King -Smith
Basil Brontosaurus doesn’t like Playschool. All te other little dinosaurs tease him. Then Basil finds out a Secret that makes him very special at school…
Raj in Charge:
Raj is a bit of a troublemaker. His teacher is just at her wit’s end when she hits upon the idea of asking him to take responsibility for the entire class. Raj rises to the challenge and his behaviour calms down as a result.
Kitty Kit: Richard Edwards
Find the words which rhyme with knit.
Luch & Tom at the Seaside : Shirley Hughes
From the creator of Dogger, Shirley Hughes, this timeless book of seaside fun has every element of a wonderful day at the seaside.
From paddling to picnics, from sandcastles to beach games – this is the perfect book for summer celebrations.
Two Feet: Small Book
Gwen Pascoe (Author), David Kennett
The Tyrannosaurus Drip Song
by Julia Donaldson (Author), David Roberts
When a timid little duckbill dinosaur hatches out in a T rex nest he feels decidedly out of place. Poor little Drip: all he wants is a quiet life munching on waterweed . . . But his grisly big sisters are about to discover that Drip is braver than he looks! Including music and lyrics, this fantastic Jurassic adventure is perfect for any child who can’t wait to spend their World Book Day voucher. Now everyone can sing along!
The Dinosaur that Pooped a Lot!
by Tom Fletcher (Author), Dougie Poynter
Meet Danny and Dinosaur.
They’re best friends but Dinosaur has a problem – he just can’t stop eating.
And we all know that what goes in must come out.
Find prehistoric creatures, planets and Poop in this explosive tale.
Let’s Go Riding (Lego Friends)
by Catherine Saunders
The girls of Heartlake City visit the city’s stables and play with their favorite horses.
Noddy The Rainbow Chaser
by Enid Blyton
Noddy and Master Tubby Bear want to find the pot of gold at the foot of the Toy Town rainbow – even though they have to fly into scary Dark Wood. But this is a magic rainbow and it has plenty of surprises to for them!
Paperback: 20 pages
Publisher: Multipul Publishers
Book Condition: Very Good.