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Ready Steady Read Series

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    Book 1
    Book 1

    Mouse, Mole and the Falling Star

    Mouse and Mole are the best of friends. They have fun together, and share everything. They trust each other completely, ... More

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    Meggie Moon

    Digger and Tiger spend all their time in the Yard. No one else dares comes there - it's their place. Then one day someon... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    Hopping Mad!

    Fred has five frogs. Finn has five frogs. And when ten frogs get together, it's party time! Hopping Mad! is fr... More

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    Book 4
    Book 4

    Nobody Laughts at a Lion!

    What is Lion best at? Each time he thinks of something, he sees another animal who does it better. As Cheetah, Monkey, S... More

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    Book 5
    Book 5

    Lazy Ozzie

    Lazy Ozzie is too lazy to learn how to fly. So he thinks of a brilliant plan to fool his mum into thinking he can. But... More

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    Book 6
    Book 6

    Who's Been Eating My Porridge?

    Little Bear won't eat his porridge. No porridge, he cries. Mummy Bear tells him that if he won't eat it, then she will g... More

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    Book 7
    Book 7

    It's My Turn!

    When Oscar and Tilly go to the playground, they are not keen to wait their turn to play on the swings, slides and all ... More

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    Book 8
    Book 8

    The Nutty Nut Chase

    The animals are having a race! And the winner gets to eat a delicious, brown nut. But the race does not go as planned.... More

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    Book 9
    Book 9

    Fred

    Dad has made Fred a special little door. It's called a cat flap. But Fred knows that Horrible Henry is waiting outside, ... More

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    Book 10
    Book 10

    Rosie's Special Surprise

    Nosy Rosie likes to know everything about everything. So when Daddy Rabbit says he has a special surprise, she hops of... More

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    Book 11
    Book 11

    Ridiculous!

    One snowy day, Shelley leaves her cosy bed to go on an adventure. But whoever heard of a tortoise out in winter? Rid... More

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    Book 12
    Book 12

    Newton

    Newton keeps hearing funny noises! So he sets off in the dark, with his bravest toy, to find out what is making the sc... More

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    Book 13
    Book 13

    Where There's A Bear, There's Trouble!

    Where there's a bee, there's honey. So when Bear spies a bee, he chases after it. But, where there's a bear, there's t... More

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    Book 14
    Book 14

    Nobody Laughs at a Lion!

    "I'm the King of the Jungle because I'm the best!" says Pa Lion. But each time he shows off his skills, the other anim... More

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    Book 15
    Book 15

    The Wish Cat

    Holly wants a cute little kitten more than anything else in the world. But when she wishes on a star, she ends up with... More

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    Book 16
    Book 16

    Little Mouse and the Big Red Apple

    Mouse does not want to share his big, juicy apple but he is too small to move it on his own. Can he get his friends to... More

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    Book 17
    Book 17

    Mouse, Mole and the Falling Star

    Mole and Mouse are the best of friends. They have fun together, and share everything. They trust each other completely, ... More

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    Book 18
    Book 18

    The Hedgehogs and the Big Bag

    Hector, Hattie, Harry and Hester, the four hedgehogs from Hedgehogs Don't Eat Hamburgers, trick Fox into letting them in... More

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    Book 19
    Book 19

    The Get-away Hen

    A story about a battery hen who escapes from the farm, and after many adventures lays an egg which hatches into a chick.... More

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    Book 20
    Book 20

    Dreamboat Zing

    Dreamboat flea and his mother set off on a hair-raising adventure to find a cure for his hiccups - but nothing is fright... More

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    Book 21
    Book 21

    The Biggest Baddest Wolf

    Harum Scarum is the biggest, baddest, hairiest, scariest wolf in the city, and he loves to frighten people! But after a ... More

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    Book 22
    Book 22

    Robot Dog

    In a factory, on a hill, a huge machine made robot dogs. The robot dogs rolled out of the factory and were delivered to ... More

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    Book 23
    Book 23

    Ouch!

    Hedgehog is about to go to sleep when OUCH! an apple lands on her back! Will her friends be able to help her? Ou... More

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    Book 24
    Book 24

    What Bear Likes Best!

    Bear is having a lovely time doing his favourite things. He roly-polies down the hill, splashes in the river, scratches ... More

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    Book 25
    Book 25

    Can't You Sleep, Dotty?

    Dotty has tried everything. But she just cannot sleep. Soon all her friends are trying to help her. But will anything wo... More

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