Oxford Reading Tree: TreeTops Greatest Stories Levels 8/9 Pack x 6

Big fiction for small readers! The world’s greatest ever stories, simply and beautifully retold. These Greatest Stories books from the Oxford Treetops series aren’t just quality reads that build your confidence with graded language. They also help you get to know the tales that have shaped our culture and literary heritage. Fairy tales, myths and folk tales that have been shared round campfires and family tables since the world was young. Chosen by Michael Morpurgo, and beautifully retold by major writers and illustrators. Know these stories; know your world.

  • Essential stories chosen by Michael Morpurgo and retold by top children’s authors
  • Carefully levelled and beautifully illustrated books with teaching notes
  • Helps children understand the shared literary framework of our culture
  • Supports the curriculum focus on literary heritage and reading for pleasure

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  • Malachy Doyle

    Malachy Doyle is an acclaimed children’s author whose picture books include: COW, illustrated by Angelo Rinaldi (Simon and Schuster) – Winner of the English Association Award 2002 THE DANCING TIGER, illustrated by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher (Simon and Schuster) – shortlisted for Nestle Children’s Book Prize, 2005

  • Susan Gates

    Susan Gates is a widely respected author of one-off novels inluding Cry wolf – Winner of the Sheffield Children’s Book Award – Pagans, The Hummingbird Secret, Batty the Hero and The Magician’s Pigeon, among others. The Revolting Rabbles is her first series.

  • Awards

    Jeanne has won several awards including the Nestle Smarties prize for Tadpole’s Promise, the Portsmouth Children’s Book Prize for Dumb Creatures and Grandad and John and the Book Trust Early Years award for Bog Baby. She has also won Red House award twice for Who’s in the Loo? and Bottoms Up!, both illustrated by Adrian Reynolds.

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