This series features bright pictures with patches of different textures which are designed to develop sensory and language awareness. Babies and toddlers will love turning the pages and touching the feely patches. Ages 1+.
Retells sixteen traditional Indian tales that will engage and amuse young children. Featuring old stories of trickery and cunning, fable-like tales of animals, and inspiring stories of the battles and feats of different Hindu gods. Ages 4+.
This title has been revised, with Internet links offering opportunities to hear the language spoken by a native speaker. Grammar is clearly explained, and puzzles provide plenty of practice. This title is part of a series providing a thorough grounding in useful, basic foreign language skills.
This is an engaging retelling of an Anansi story, written for children just learning to read. Anansi, the African trickster spider, tells Elephant and Rhino he can beat them both in a tug of war. To their astonishment, he does...or does he? This title features easy reading text that is brought to
This much-loved tale is one of Kipling's Just So stories featured in the Usborne Reading Programme, with many more planned. First Reading Level 1 is for children who are just beginning to read independently. The Usborne Reading Programme contains more than 350 books across seven levels, and is
This much-loved tale is the first of Kipling's Just So stories to feature in the Usborne Reading Programme, with many more planned. The Usborne Reading Programme features more than 350 books across seven levels, and is aimed at children who are learning to read. First Reading Level 1 is for
This is a new title in the fantastic "First Reading" series, part of 'The Usborne Young Reading Programme'. It is aimed at children who are beginning to read. Let your imagination fly - soar into space and take a trip to the moon. It features photographs with real images of the moon and fun puzzles
Rudyard Kipling's classic 'Just So' story, retold for young readers. According to this much-loved fable, elephants didn't always have long trunks - that is, until one day when the elephant's child could contain his curiosity no longer, stepping closer than he should have to the Crocodile. Part of
Rudyard Kipling's classic 'Just So' story, retold for young readers. According to this much-loved fable, whales could eat anything they wanted - find out what happens when the whale finds out that man tastes very nice indeed. Part of the Usborne Reading Programme.
This is a new title in the fantastic "First Reading" series, part of the Usborne Young Reading Programme. It is aimed at children who are beginning to read. It is developed in consultation with Alison Kelly, who is a Principal Lecturer in Education and an early reading specialist from Roehampton