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    Beatrice and Vanessa

    Beatrice, the ewe, and Vanessa, the nanny-goat, have spent their whole lives chomping and nattering in the same field. One dull day they decide to go on holiday, only taking with them some balloons and something more surprising, both of which turn out to be very handy . . .
    Accelerated Reader
    Lower Years, Book Level: 4.4

    Bear's Water Picnic

    The bear has organized a picnic on the river for his friends. They want to join in, but the friends don't fancy putting up with the noise, so they move on to a quieter part of the lake. Unfortunately they soon find themselves stuck on a sandbank, and only the frogs can help them!
    Accelerated Reader
    Lower Years, Book Level: 3.9

    Wild Washerwomen

    'Look out, the wild washerwomen are coming!'Once upon a time there were seven unhappy washerwomen. Until along come seven woodcutters, eager to teach them a lesson. But perhaps the washerwomen will teach the woodcutters a thing or two instead, and everyone might just live happily ever after...
    Accelerated Reader
    Lower Years, Book Level: 4.1

    Bear's Winter House

    The bear is behaving very strangely indeed: collecting moss, logs and branches to build a winter house. The other animals think this is silly, and laugh at him, but when winter comes, bear is cosy in his winter house while the other animals suffer in the cold.
    Accelerated Reader
    Lower Years, Book Level: 3.8

    Rumbelow's Dance

    Rumbelow is off to visit his grandparents. As he sets off he feels so happy he starts to dance. And soon all the many different characters that he meets join in with his infectious dancing to his grandparents.
    Accelerated Reader
    Lower Years, Book Level: 4.7

    Booked: Graphic Novel


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    The Way Back Home

    Winner of the Scelte di classe 2019Zoe Bird is going nowhere fast. She's angry and lonely, and her only true friend is her granny, whose Alzheimer's is worsening. When her parents put Granny in a home, Zoe decides now is the time to break free.

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