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Level Reading

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    Find out how Snoffle the squirrel stops acting foolishly

    Snoffle the squirrel is very, very, very silly. She can’t take anything seriously. One day, an incident in Foggy Forest makes her feel very serious indeed. What happens?

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    Find out how Bobo the bear stops feeling listless

    Bobo the bear is always bored. Even when his friends try to entertain him, all he says is ‘How boring!’. One day, when everyone leaves him alone he realizes how many things there really are to do. What does he learn?

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    Find out how Zeezee the zebra stops feeling blue

    Zeezee the zebra is always moping around. One day, all the animals in Foggy Forest decide to show her how being sad is a downer for everyone. What do they do?

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    Find out how Coco the chameleon makes up his mind

    Coco the chameleon is always confused about what colour he should be. In fact, he’s confused about everything. One day, he’s in two minds about going to a fun party. What does he decide?

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    Find out how Gigi the giraffe overcomes envy

    Gigi the giraffe is jealous of everyone. She never realizes how much she has. One day, she discovers that she has something no one else does. What is it?

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    Find out how Flutter the butterfly cheers everyone up
    Flutter is a happy little butterfly who makes everyone laugh. One day, she sees that everyone in Foggy Forest is upset. She devises a plan to make them all happy again. Does it work?

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  • Valuing Time is Cool

    Nicky and Noni are late for everything. They don’t think it’s all that important to be on time. Then one day, they miss out on a big event because they’re late. Do they learn the value of time? Read on to find out.

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    Nicky and Noni really want the latest video game. Their mother tells them they can put aside their pocket money to buy it, and the twins learn how hard it is to save up. Do they manage to buy the game? Read on to find out.

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    Nicky and Noni both badly want to win the School Champ contest, so they’re much too busy to help anyone around them. But along the way, they realize what it takes to be an all-rounder. What do they learn? Read on to find out.

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  • Forgiving is Cool

    Nicky and Noni sometimes don’t forgive others for their mistakes. But once, when the twins are at their cousins’ house, Nicky’s the one who trips up. Will he be forgiven? Read on to find out.

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    Find out how Crumble the cat gets herself into a fix

    Crumble is always getting into a fix because she is so curious and always poking her nose into things that are not her business. One day, something happens and she learns a big lesson. What happens to make her learn her lesson?

    A unique series focusing on the well-being of young readers, Dealing with Feelings features Foggy Forest, a tiny forest inhabited by many fun little animals. These quirky creatures are always there for one another-helping each other overcome fear, anxiety, shyness and anger, together dealing with all the different feelings one goes through every day.

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    Find out how Scaley the dragon learns how not to be scared

    Scaley the dragon is always scared of everything. One day, her friends in Foggy Forest decide to prove to her why there’s no need to be so scared. What do they do?

    A unique series focusing on the well-being of young readers, Dealing with Feelings features Foggy Forest, a tiny forest inhabited by many fun little animals. These quirky creatures are always there for one another-helping each other overcome fear, anxiety, shyness and anger, together dealing with all the different feelings one goes through every day.

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    Find out how Scaley the dragon learns how not be scared

    Scaley the dragon is always scared of everything. One day, her friends in Foggy Forest decide to prove to her why there’s no need to be so scared. What do they do?

    A unique series focusing on the well-being of young readers, Dealing with Feelings features Foggy Forest, a tiny forest inhabited by many fun little animals. These quirky creatures are always there for one another-helping each other overcome fear, anxiety, shyness and anger, together dealing with all the different feelings one goes through every day.

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    Find out how Woops the worm learns to stop worrying

    Woops the worm worries about everything. But one day, something happens that makes him stop worrying and actually tell someone else not to worry. What do you think has happened?

    A unique series focusing on the well-being of young readers, Dealing with Feelings features Foggy Forest, a tiny forest inhabited by many fun little animals. These quirky creatures are always there for one another-helping each other overcome fear, anxiety, shyness and anger, together dealing with all the different feelings one goes through every day.

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    Find out how Uff the snail loses his sulks
    Uff the snail is always sulking. One day he goes off in a huff. But Flutter the little butterfly makes him forget his sulks. What does Flutter do and what does Uff realize?
    A unique series focusing on the well-being of young readers, Dealing with Feelings features Foggy Forest, a tiny forest inhabited by many fun little animals. These quirky creatures are always there for one another-helping each other overcome fear, anxiety, shyness and anger, together dealing with all the different feelings one goes through every day.

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    Nicky and Noni sometimes forget to be grateful for all that they have. But one day, they see someone who has much, much less. Read on to find out what happens next.

    Oh, and there are lots of fun activities for you to do! So what are you waiting for? Flip open the book and jump right into Nicky and Noni’s world.

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  • Sharing Things is Cool

    Nicky and Noni hate to share things. They squabble and fight. But one day, they forget to take their bags to summer camp. How do they solve their problem and what do they learn? Read on to find out.

    Oh, and there are lots of fun activities for you to do! So what are you waiting for? Flip open the book and jump right into Nick and Noni’s world.

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    Nicky and Noni are sometimes careless about how they are with their friends. But a new boy in school changes the way they think. Read on to find out what happens to them and how they make a new friend.

    Oh, and there are lots of fun activities for you to do! So what are you waiting for? Flip open the book and jump right into Nicky and Noni’s world.

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    Nicky and Noni sometimes tell lies. But soon they realize that telling small lies can get them into very big trouble. Read on to find out what happens to them.

    Oh, and there are lots of fun activities for you to do! So what are you waiting for? Flip open the book and jump right into Nicky and Noni’s world.

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    Key Words with Peter and Jane uses the most frequently met words in the English language as a starting point for learning to read successfully and confidently. The Key Words reading scheme is scientifically researched and world renowned.

    Book 9c provides the link with writing for the words used in Readers 9a and 9b. Once the book has been completed, the child can move on to book 10a.

    The Key Words with Peter and Jane books work because each of the key words is introduced gradually and repeated frequently. This builds confidence in children when they recognise these key words on sight (also known as the ‘look and say’ method of learning). Examples of key words are: the, one, two, he.

    There are 12 levels, each with 3 books: a, b, and c.

    Series a:
    Gradually introduces new words.

    Series b:
    Provides further practise of words featured in the ‘a’ series.

    Series c:
    Links reading with writing and phonics. All the words that have been introduced in each ‘a’ and ‘b’ book are also reinforced in the ‘c’ books.

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