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Oxford Reading Tree Stage 11: TreeTops Fiction

Coming Clean

Author: Nick Warburton

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2014)

Teacher Mr Such's new suit is very new and very white. But can the friends put right a disaster that happened to it in the art lesson? Should they own up and tell him the whole story? Part of a series of fiction with built-in progression for pupils aged 7 to 11. Specially written for children who need the support of carefully monitored language levels, the stories are accessible, motivating, and humorous.

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Flans Across The River

Author: Nick Warburton

Publisher: Oxford University Press (1995)

Rodney Bodney has to take five sticky,syrupy flans over the river for his dad, the baker. The bridge is broken but Rodney is always ready with a clever plan... Part of a series of fiction with built-in progression for pupils aged 7 to 11. Specially written for children who need the support of carefully monitored language levels, the stories are accessible, motivating, and humorous.

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Hard To Please

Author: Nick Warburton

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2005)

Rodney's dad is a baker and he makes delicious buns - but how can he get the Charming Tea Shop to buy them? Rodney has a brilliant idea - but will it work? Part of a series of fiction with built-in progression for pupils aged 7 to 11. Specially written for children who need the support of carefully monitored language levels, the stories are accessible, motivating, and humorous.

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Bertha's Secret Battle

Author: John Coldwell

Publisher: Oxford University Press (1995)

Bertha and Fiona are twins. They do everything together. They share everything. But one thing is not fair. Why does Fiona always win?

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Amy The Hedgehog Girl

Author: John Coldwell

Publisher: Oxford University Press (1995)

'I'm going to be a hedgehog expert,' Amy tells her mother. She is hunting for hedgehog facts in the library when she stumbles on an amazing hedgehog secret - but why is the dreadful Mr Peck from next door taking such an interest? This book is part of TreeTops Fiction, a structured reading programme providing juniors with stories they will love to read. Written by well-known authors, as chapter books with full-colour illustrations, these stories are full of humour.

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Bertie Wiggins' Amazing Ears

Authors: David Cox, Erica James

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2005)

Bertie Wiggins is a champion ear wiggler, but no-one is interested,not even his mum and dad. 'Why can't you be more like Prince Cecil?' they grumble. 'He a;ways gets his sums right. You'll never get on T.V. by wiggling your ears.' But one day Bertie gets a chance to prove them wrong. This book is part of TreeTops Fiction, a structured reading programme providing juniors with stories they will love to read. Written as chapter books with full-colour illustrations, and by well-known authors, these stories are full of humour.

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Dangerous Trainers

Authors: Susan P Gates, Martin Remphrey

Publisher: Oxford University Press (1996)

Entitled "Danagerous Trainers", this text is part of the "Treetops" component of the "Oxford Reading Tree" series of fiction, with built-in progression for pupils aged seven to 11. Specially written for children who need the support of carefully monitored language levels, the stories are accessible, motivating, and humorous. The series is organized into "Oxford Reading Tree" stages (from stage ten to stage 14), with each stage introducing more complex narrative forms, including: flashbacks and changes in viewpoint; descriptive writing; extended reading vocabulary; and more pages, more text, and fewer illustrations. Each stage is supported by the "Teacher's Guide", which offers guidance on using "Treetops" to assess children's reading ability, and includes a variety of activities many on photocopiable sheets.

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