Author, Colin McNaughton They come from planets near and far – Some big, some small, some quite bizarre." Moving at the speed of light and looking for a fight, the aliens are back – but this time they're coming to Earth to conquer the human race! With his zany rhymes and sidesplitting illustrations, the creator of Captain Abdul knows how to keep kids in stitches – especially when they peer into a mirror board and discover that Earth has a surprising secret weapon.
Cool, 1st chapter read by Mr Wills
Author, Michael Morpurgo This is the story of Robbie, a boy in a coma – victim of a car accident. Locked inside his own head, able to hear but not move or speak, Robbie tries to keep himself from slipping ever deeper into unconsciousness.
Cool, Chapter 2, read by Mr Wills
The Spider and the Fly, read by Mrs Dunkley
Author, Mary Howitt 'The Spider and the Fly' by Mary Howitt describes the entrapment of a silly fly who gives into her own vanity and loses her life to a cunning spider. The poem begins with the speaker describing the first efforts of a spider to lure a fly into his dark and evil home.
The Wonky Donkey, read by Mrs Berryman and Isaac
Author, Craig Smith Children will be in fits of laughter with this perfect read aloud tale of an endearing donkey. By the book's final page, readers end up with a spunky, hanky panky, cranky, stinky, dinky, lanky, honky tonky, winky wonky donkey!
The Enormous Crocodile, read by Mrs Whitfield
Author, Roald Dahl The Enormous Crocodile is a horrid greedy grumptious brute who loves to guzzle up little boys and girls. But the other animals have had enough of his cunning tricks, so they scheme to get the better of this foul fiend, once and for all!
The Tummy Beast, read by Miss Brookes
Author, Roald Dahl. A little boy tells his mummy that he has a person in his tummy. It talks to him at night in bed and demands to be fed. It tells him to sneak cookies from the tin. The boy knows it's wrong to guzzle food all day, but he can't help it, not with the person in his tummy.
Superworm, read by Miss Underwood
Author, Julia Donaldson Never fear, Superworm's here! He can fish Spider out of a well, and rescue Toad from a busy road. But who will come to Superworm's rescue, when he's captured by a wicked Wizard Lizard? Luckily, all of Superworm's insect friends have a cunning plan...
Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes, The Three Little Pigs, read by Miss Bell
This poem was published in Revolting Rhymes, a collection of six Roald Dahl poems published in 1982. Each poem is a parody of a traditional folk tale. In this poem with gory twists, Roald Dahl combines the characters in the Three Little Pigs story with Little Red Riding Hood.
Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes, Little Red Riding Hood, read by Miss Bell
This poem was published in Revolting Rhymes, a collection of six Roald Dahl poems published in 1982. Each poem is a parody of a traditional folk tale.
Dogs Don't do Ballet, read by Mrs Atkins
Author, Anna Kemp Meet Biff, an adorable little puppy who will stop at nothing to become a ballet dancer.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar, read by Mrs Cox
Author, Eric Carle
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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