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    Book 1
    Book 1

    Clever Jack And The Giants

    When poor Jack swots seven flies with a single blow, he can't wait to tell the world how brave he is. But he has to use ... More

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    The Easter Story

    A sensitive retelling of the classic Bible story, specially written for children developing reading confidence. The dram... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

    Part of the Usborne Reading Programme, which includes over 250 titles across seven levels - all developed in conjunction... More

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    Book 4
    Book 4

    The Elves and the Shoemaker

    Who keeps helping the old shoemaker and making such wonderful shoes while he sleeps? And how can the shoemaker repay the... More

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    Book 5
    Book 5

    Princess and the Pea

    A lonely young prince wants to get married, but how can he find a real princess? This stunningly illustrated version of ... More

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    Book 6
    Book 6

    Little Red Riding Hood

    A beloved fairy tale, retold for young children in classic picture book format. Arriving at Granny's cottage, Little Red... More

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