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The floor shook. The tables and chairs shook. The children shook. Suddenly, the door creaked open... and a huge figure loomed over them. It was... The Frankenstein Teacher! Class 3F get a very unusual new teacher. Frankenstein! But although Frankenstein looks very very scary, he has a very big heart and Class 3 learn to see beyond his scary appearance to the real person beneath when the class hamster meets a very sticky end...
In Snooty Prune Prunella hates her name. Why does everyone have to call her 'Prune'? Things get worse when she moves to a new school. Will she find a friend in the mysterious pen pal? TreeTops Fiction contains a wide range of quality stories enabling children to explore and develop their own reading tastes and interests. It contains stories from a variety of genres including humour, sci-fi, adventure, mystery and historical fiction. These exciting stories are ideal for introducing children to a wide selection of authors and illustrators. There is huge variety to ensure every reader finds books they will enjoy and can read. Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading. Help with children's reading development also available at www.oxfordowl.co.uk. The books are finely levelled, making it easy to match every child to the right book.
When Jamie's father buys a house that has been empty for thirty-five years, a secret from the past is revealed. A touching ghost story. Barrington Stoke specialise in books for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic
Pete wants a pet mouse more than anything else in the world. Every Saturday - his mouseday - he asks his parents for one, and each time the answer is No. But who's going to know if he secretly keeps a mouse in his tree-house?
Omnibombulator is a very small beetle - so small that his parents give him a really long name to make him feel important. It doesn't seem to help. Earwigs and woodlice still push poor Omnibombulator around, and snails walk across him, making him all slimy. Then, one day, Omnibombulator sets out to see the world - and discovers just how useful being really small can be. It all begins when he crawls into the toe of a huge old boot for the night, and a tramp with very smelly feet finds the boot...
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