Stories for 0-8
Welcome to the reading library for ages 0-8
Doing The Animal Bop – Jan Ormerod
Join Mrs Evans as she reads this lively text that is sure to get you moving!
Stories by Julia Donaldson
Here is a selection of stories from Julia Donaldson, the author of The Gruffalo!
Little Ted’s Big Heart – Rosie Greening
Miss Bignell shares this heartwarming rhyming story about Little Ted.
Green Eggs And Ham – Dr. Seuss
Mrs Evans reads this classic rhyming story.
Hairy Maclary Collection – Lynley Dodd
A collection of stories about a rather lovable dog call Hairy Maclary.
The Trouble With Jack – Shirely Hughes
A classic story about a little brother who is always getting into mischief!
The Blue Balloon – Mick Inkpen
A boy and his dog kipper find a balloon with extraordinary powers.
Professor Puffendorf’s Secret Potions – Robin Tzannes
A story about a extraordinary scientist and her secret potions!
Penguin – Dolly Dunbar
This is a wonderful story about a boy who receives a very special present!
The King’s Breakfast and Market Square – A.A. Milne
Miss Evans shares two poems by the author of Winnie The Pooh: A. A. Milne.
Little Manfred – Michael Morpurgo
In the Imperial War Museum is a wooden Dachshund, carved by a German prisoner of war for the children of the British family with which he stayed after the fighting ended. This is the story of how it got there…
Greta And The Giants – Zoe Tucker
Miss Curtis shares this wonderfully illustrated story based on Greta Thunberg
Click Clack Moo Cows That Type – Doreen Cronin
A fantastic tale about cows that love typing!
Snot My Day – Lisa Regan
The disgusting tale of when bogeys get out of control!
Michael Recycle – Ellie Bethel
A story about a green caped crusader who loves recycling!
Augustus And His Smile – Catherine Rayner
A story about a tiger who has lost his smile so he goes on a journey to find it!
Dogger – Shirley Hughes
If you have a much-loved cuddly toy then you will love this story about Dave and his favourite toy named Dogger.
Dogs’ Don’t Do Ballet – Anna Kemp
A story by Miss Bignell’s good friend Mr Willberry, from Garsington CE Primary, about a dog who LOVES ballet.