This story has five hungry wolves and a rabbit. Luckily the rabbit has a clever plan... This lively retelling of a Native American folktale has easy-to-read text and fun puzzles to try after the story. Word Count: 150-250 words
Little Miss Muffet is in for a surprise - a great big spider wants to join her picnic. Luckily, he´s a friendly fellow who comes to her rescue in this charming retelling of the classic nursery rhyme. Word Count: 150-250 words
"I can make soup from a stone!" declared the old man. The old woman didn´t believe him. Do you? This lively retelling of the traditional folktale has easy-to-read text and fun puzzles to try after the story. Word count: 150-250 words.
Believe or not, elephants used to be able to fly. But flying elephants were big trouble... This lively retelling of an Indian folktale has easy-to-read text and fun puzzles to try after the story. Word count: 150-250 words
George wished he wasn´t the scruffiest giant in town. So, one day, when he sees a new shop selling giant-size clothes, he decides it´s time for a new look. With smart trousers, a smart shirt, stripy tie and shiny shoes, George is a new giant. But, on his way home, he meets various animals who desperately need his help... and his clothes!