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Too Big and Heavy by Pam Holden
The animals had fun at their playground, but poor Baby Elephant felt sad and lonely. He was too big and heavy to play there. He couldn’t fit on the slides and swings. Who had some good ideas to help him?
Huff and Puff by Pam Holden
Do you know the story about the three little pigs? The wicked wolf wanted to eat them up, but they were far too clever for him! Do you know how the pigs tricked the wolf?
Knock Knock by Pam Holden
Do you know the story about Goldilocks and the three bears? She went into the bears’ house when they were not at home. They had gone out for a walk. She ate their porridge and she sat on their chairs. She even lay down on their beds. What happened when the bears came home?
Two Pirates by Pam Holden
Do you know what pirates look like? Where do they go? What do they do? Why? In this story, there is a good pirate called Smiler, who has a parrot called Stickybeak. They play a clever trick on the bad pirates.
Message from Camp by Pam Holden
Have you ever been camping in a tent? Where did you go? What was it like at the camp? These children went camping with their uncle, while Aunty stayed at home. How could they send her a message when they were camping far away?
Fluency Level 2 Fiction Set A by Pam Holden
Contains 1 copy each of: Huff and Puff, Hunting for Treasure, Knock Knock, Message From Camp, Pass It On, Surprise From the Sky, Too Big and Heavy, Two Pirates
Hunting for Treasure by Pam Holden
Grandpa hid some treasure for Charlie to find, then he gave him clues. Grandpa told Charlie he was cold when he was far away from the hidden treasure. Then he told him that he was getting warm when Charlie went closer. Stickybeak the parrot told him when he was getting hot.
Pass it on by Pam Holden
Do you like playing party games? These children had to read a message, then choose who to pass the box to. What do you think was written on each message? What do you think was in the box?
Surprise from the Sky by Pam Holden
Have you ever been to a small island? Charlie’s Grandmother, Nan, lives on an island. What would it be like to live on an island? How would you get your food and clothes? What games would you be able to play there?
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