Download Oxford Reading Tree: Level 6: More Stories B: Pack of 6 By Roderick Hunt –

The LevelBiff, Chip and Kipper Stories, written by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta, provide a rich story context to help develop language comprehension and decoding skills Stories, More Stories A and More Stories B involve familiar situations and a variety of fantasy settings through the magic key adventures Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading Help with childrens reading development is also available at oxfordowl

9 thoughts on “Oxford Reading Tree: Level 6: More Stories B: Pack of 6

  1. Marky B Marky B says:

    Getting books that my autistic son will read with us is difficult but the Reading Tree books are excellent Brilliant stories, fantastic illustrations there s always something funny in them to be found , and the reading levels are just right Working through the various stages works really well and the books are challenging but not so much that they discourage my son from reading them.Not particularly cheap but very good value in my opinion, you get what you pay for.This pack lived up to my expectations based on the many other Reading Tree books we own Highly recommend.

  2. Pamela Martin Pamela Martin says:

    This was a Christmas present and it was very well received To the point that he started reading them on Christmas Day

  3. Rainbow Rainbow says:

    Great set of 6 books used over the summer to support reading This set came with the following books in it Paris AdventureThe Stolen Crown Part 1The Stolen Crown Part 2Ship in TroubleHomework Olympic Adventure

  4. Louise Louise says:

    my middle daughter has enjoyed reading these along with me and they have really helped her to get her confidence built up in reading would recommend them

  5. tsangdl tsangdl says:

    They are well thought out, provide the right level of challenge, the stories are interesting even for dad and mum and the pictures are good and support the story My six year old daughter loves them We use them as an adjunct to the stuff she reads at school The whole series are worth purchasing.

  6. Mrs J Ralph Mrs J Ralph says:

    This is a terrible story about a horse getting drunk from eating apples Cue the questions what does drunk mean mummy I don t know what possessed them to write this one but I m assuming its old as this copy was certainly printed a long time ago All the rest of biff chip books have been great, just wouldn t recommend this story

  7. M. Graves M. Graves says:

    These books may seem expensive but we have bought lots of them to help our daughter with her reading She has read all of the stages up to stage 6 and really enjoys reading them with us and has now started to read them on her own The stories contain the same characters, which provides continuity and they are fun to read with funny endings Our daughter has grown in confidence as she has read these books, which are specifically for home reading complementing the Oxford Reading Tree books she has at school Each book has a guide at the beginning to help the person reading with the child it explains the words being concentrated on and how to work through the story asking questions etc Each page has big cartoon pictures that clearly show the story and then a few sentences underneath At the end of the book there are some other activities to reinforce the main words Well worth the money.

  8. JakeP JakeP says:

    This is possibly one of the interesting Biff Chip stories As a parent who isn t up tight and has a pretty firm grasp on reality, I found the idea of a horse becoming intoxicated through eating fruit which had spontaneously fermented pretty amusing Interestingly, in our British culture where there is a tendency to shelter children from subjects such as alcohol, we have a far high rate of alcohol abuse among teenage children than our continental cousins, who are not so stuffy about it.

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