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Biff, Chip and Kipper: Read with Oxford Stage 5 16 Books Collection Set by Roderick Hunt - Age 5+ - Paperback

SKU: B2D3027 ISBN: 9780192778680
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With this final pack from the Biff, Chip & Kipper series, you’ll find sixteen books from Stage 5 of the Read with Oxford series. In their most imaginative adventures yet, the gang travel into ancient history, meet loads of new friends, and even have time for a scouting trip! If you haven’t made it this far with your child yet, we stock Biff. Chip & Kipper book packs for the entire Read with Oxford syllabus. Click here for Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, and Stage 4.

Parents can use this guide to see which books are recommended for their child’s reading age and level. The Biff, Chip & Kipper series are some of our bestselling book sets and come highly recommended by teachers and parents up and down the country. Kids like the series because the stories are so entertaining, they don’t even realise they’re learning! The memorable characters and funny situations will ensure readers will want to go back to these stories again and again.

We also stock many other educational books, all of which will develop your child’s reading skills and their knowledge of the world around them. Take a look at our other books for readers aged 0-5, and keep checking back as we’re adding new stock to our website all the time.


Who are Biff, Chip, and Kipper?

Biff, Chip and Kipper have been friends to children learning to read throughout the generations. Biff and Chip are twins, and together with their younger brother Kipper, they have many fun adventures. Their friends include Wilf, Wilma, Anneena, and their dog Floppy. The gang also have a magic key, which lets them travel through time and space.


What’s in the pack?

This Biff, Chip & Kipper pack contains sixteen stories from Stage 5 of Read with Oxford. Each page contains five to seven sentences, and all the stories are thirty-two pages long. There are some continuing elements between the stories, such as a magic key that takes the characters on wild adventures. The books in Stage 5 are a more involved read than the previous stage. This set is for the reader who is flying solo and is beginning to read books on their own.

In these books, our heroes meet a princess in a tower, a secret pop star, and aliens who arrive in a fireball. They travel to Ancient Egypt, go on holiday by train, and use aikido in Ancient Japan. Along the way, you’ll gain confidence in independent reading and get more comfortable with longer sentences.


About the books

Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta first unleashed Biff, Chip & Kipper in 1985, when Oxford University Press published the first thirty books. Now they’re a vital part of the Read with Oxford reading programme, which also includes great non-fiction and series such as Hero Academy, Winnie and Wilbur, and Julia Donaldson’s Songbirds.

Read with Oxford arranges its books into six tiers, and the learner progresses through them at their own pace. Along the way, they’ll learn how to read more complex sentences, expand their vocabulary into the words they’ll use every day and beyond, and gain confidence in reading independently. After they’ve finished the Read with Oxford programme, children can confidently move on to more grown-up books, and you’ll be assured that they can understand them.

Writer Hunt and illustrator Brychta wanted to create something different than the straitlaced and tedious reading schemes they remembered from their childhoods. So, in order to help slow readers like Hunt’s son, they filled Biff, Chip & Kipper with lively illustrations, fun plots, and absurd situations that keep the reader interested in the narrative long enough to learn the language they need.

The 800+ book series is now read in over 15 languages across more than 130 countries. It’s on the UK National Curriculum, has been taken out from libraries over a million times, and has been read by over 30 million children. The newest TV adaptation, Biff & Chip, premiered on CBeebies and BBC iPlayer in September 2021.


From the publisher

These 16 stories have been carefully levelled to support you and your child as they become more independent readers. They help bridge the transition from phonics to richer reading, and are ideal for children who are moving towards independent reading. All the stories feature exciting adventures with the much-loved characters, as well as activities and ideas for discussion.

Stage 5 - Becoming independent: I can read and enjoy a whole story by myself.

Read with Oxford offers you clear progression, step-by-step stage and online advice and resources to help you find perfect books to support your child throughout their reading journey.


The Flying Machine

What happens to the two young inventors’ flying machine?

A Knight in Town

What happens to the knight in town?

The Ogre's Dinner

What will the ogres eat for dinner?

Princes in the Tower

Can Biff and Wilma help the princes to escape from the tower?

The Secret Pop Star

Why is the pop star in disguise?

The Strange Old House

What will the children find in the strange old house?

The Travelling Players

How do the children help the travelling players?

What a Journey

Mum and Dad take the family on a holiday by train, but the journey isn’t quite what they expect!.

Egyptian Adventure

What happens to Floppy and the children in Ancient Egypt?

The Fair-Haired Samurai

Will Kipper’s aikido classes come in useful when he has a magic key adventure in ancient Japan?

The Beehive Fence

Will Biff overcome her fear of bees to help some villagers in Africa to protect their crops?


What will happen if the rain doesn't stop?

Key Trouble

Can Kipper get out of trouble?

A Good Turn

Can Chip, Wilf and Nadim do a good turn when the magic key takes them to the very first Scout camp?

A Lucky Find

What do Kipper and Lee find on their walk?

Fireball in the Sky

Who are the aliens who arrive with the fireball, and what do they want?