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Thing in the Fridge by Susan Knight
“There’s nothing good in here,” the fly croaked. “All the best stuff is down below — sausages, cake, eggs … vegetables …cheese.” He blinked and froze solid. Thing had been listening. “Down below” sounded like a great place!
Gigglers Blue Set 2 is a set of illustrated chapter books with a 800–1200 word count and a reading age of 7 years. The books have full colour illustrations, chapters and glossary. Each book has guided reading discussion points and narrative notes to help enrich and extend the understanding and reading o ...Show more
Josh's Genie by Lisa Thompson
“Hold on! You’re not going anywhere,” said Genie. “I’ve got to grant you something for getting me out of the bottle. Now, let me think. What was it again? It’s three of something. Three fishes? Three dishes? Give me a minute — it’s been a while.” “I think you are supposed to grant me three wishes,” ...Show more
Batty by Chris Bell
“Please let me come to your party. I’ve travelled such a long, long way.” Batty peeped up at Oliver and squeezed out a tiny tear. “Pleeeeeaase?” “Oh, OK,” said Oliver, giving in. “But don’t you dare bite anyone. I don’t want any of my friends turning into vampires.”
Princess Clown by Sheryl Gwyther
Princess Belle stepped forward and curtsied to the royal guests. The King said, “This is my daughter, Princess Belle.” The King of Danzania held out his hand. Forgetting she was wearing a clown trick ring, Belle shook his hand. A zing of electricity buzzed from the ring …
Runaway Turkey by Laura Sieveking
Sienna could see a big, plump turkey, wrapped in plastic, perched in the boot of the car. “Go get the turkey, Zachery,” Sienna moaned. “You get it,” said Zachery. “I’ve carried everything in.” Sienna poked out her tongue and turned on the television. Zachery pulled a face and flopped onto the cou ...Show more
Harry the Hug Monster by Donna Lawther
“You didn’t really think I was going to hug a stranger, did you?” said the monster to Harry. “Especially a dull, sad one with green-cheese breath.” “But I need a hug,” pleaded Harry. “Not my problem,” she said, smoothing down her fur.
Big Pumpkin by Jill McDougall
“Little Bumpkin is as much fun as a Big Pumpkin box of bent nails,” Rosie said. But everyone stared when Rosie’s Great Aunt Grizella drove into town. She was driving a grader. Not many graders came to Little Bumpkin. A grader towing a huge plastic pumpkin had never come to Little Bumpkin.
Magical Mail by Lisa Thompson
Jinx stormed inside the cottage and wrote a very nasty letter to the Gnome Council, complaining about the garden gnomes. The ink was barely dry when he sent the letter flying away. But only the shake of a spiky tail later, Jinx’s nasty letter blew back. Now the letter had a message for Jinx …
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