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The Usborne Reading Library 40 Books Collection Set

Publisher Usborne Publishing
SKU: B4U00700
ISBN: 9781474915083
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Original price £159.60
Current price £34.99
Usborne young readers in this series is already a primary book chapters; each book has chapters 5-8 Chapter range; there is also a book cover with a theme of several stories.
 
 

Recommended reading age

4+ years
 
 

Titles in this collection

  • Usborne Young Reading Series One
  • Romeo And Juliet
  • Hamlet
  • The Story Of Heidi
  • The Snow Queen
  • The Railway Children
  • The Clumsy Crocodile
  • Black Beauty
  • Alice In Wonderland
  • The Wind In The Willows
  • Pinocchio
  • Beauty And The Beast
  • The Wizard Of OZ
  • The Secret Garden
  • Around The World In The Eighty Days
  • Usborne Young Reading Series Two
  • Stories Of Hunted Houses
  • The Dinosaurs Next Door
  • The Monster Gang
  • Stories Of Wizards
  • The Magic Gifts
  • The Story Of Toilets, Telephones & Other Useful Inventions
  • Stories of Mermaids
  • Animal Legends
  • The Burglar's Breakfast
  • Stories Of Witches
  • Stories of Robots
  • Stories Of Prince And Princesses
  • Stories Of Pirates
  • Stories Of Monsters
  • The Twelve Dancing Princesses
  • Stories Of Ghosts
  • Stories Of Dragons
  • Stories Magical Animals
  • The Emperor's New Clothes
  • The Billy Goats Gruff
  • The Story Of Chocolate
  • The Sorcerer's
  • Pirate Adventures
  • The Minotaur
 
 
 
 

 

Additional Product Features
Publisher Usborne Publishing
Format Paperback

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