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Read With Oxford: Winnie and Wilbur 6 Books - Ages 7-9 - Set Level Stage 5

SKU: B2D2797 ISBN: 9780192776969
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Winnie and WIlbur have been entertaining readers for generations, Valerie Thomas and Laura Owen worked together to make this amazing set of books full of magic and wonder. Korky Paul’s unique and original stylised illustrations further brings out the story, and this series have created an everlasting impression on readers globally. Millions of children ages 7-9 are enjoying this set. Winnie the main character loves her big black cat Wilbur. Wilbur also loves her stripy tights, pumpkin soup and her magical, extraordinary wand. Valerie Thomas grew up in Australia, and lived there most of her life. She originally worked as a teacher, and one of her greatest hobbies is travelling around the world. Similar to the creator, Winnie also travels around the world on her favourite broomstick, and her cat Wilbur is an accurate representation of Valerie’s real life cat. Korky Paul is the illustrator born in Harare, Zimbabwe, he enjoyed growing up surrounded by wildlife and nature in the African Bushveldt. Korky actually began his career in advertising before pursuing a career in illustration and contributing to Winnie and Wilbur with his beautiful artwork. The stories are fun, lighthearted, and will keep children laughing their pants off! Winnie and Wilbur originally appeared in 1987, since then the series have been entertaining millions of children around the world with silliness and fun. Since its release, more than 7 million books have been sold, Winnie and Wilbur has also made it to TV and a stage show in Birmingham, UK. 

Winnie and Wilbur is something kids will love, with its fantastic sense of humour and fantasy world, it can truly bring kids to a whole new world whilst they’re developing their reading skills. This mythical and fascinating set was published in the United Kingdom by Oxford University Press. The story begins when Winnie encounters a daily life problem, she is tripping and falling over her cat all the time until she decides to use her magic wand on her cat which unfortunately did not turn out very well, her “Abracadabra” spell had turned situations even worse! This spellbinding and uncanny story is unique and will provide endless entertainment for your and the family, check out our other Winnie and Wilbur books too. 

Titles in This Set

  • It's Teatime, Winnie!
  • Winnie Dresses Up
  • Tidy Up, Winnie!
  • Time Travel Winnie
  • Winnie's Awful Auntie
  • Tellytastic Winnie

Read with Oxford: Stage 5: Winnie and Wilbur: It's Teatime, Winnie!:

Join Winnie the witch and her cat Wilbur in two delicious stories with short chapters. In Winnie Goes Batty, Winnie gets some unexpected help from her bat friends when her bossy sister comes round for tea. In Winnie Grows Her Own, she finds out that growing all the food for a picnic isn't as easy as it sounds! Books with short chapters are a great way for children who are becoming independent readers to extend reading stamina and progress to the next step of their reading journey.

Read with Oxford: Stage 5: Winnie and Wilbur: Winnie Dresses Up:

Join Winnie the witch and her cat Wilbur in two lively stories with short chapters. In Big Top Winnie, Winnie sets up her own circus and wants to be a graceful tightrope walker! In Winnie's Fun Run, she dresses up for a fancy-dress race, but not everything goes to plan. Books with short chapters are a great way for children who are becoming independent readers to extend reading stamina and progress to the next step of their reading journey. This Read with Oxford Stage 5 book has two engaging stories with short chapters and humorous colour illustrations. Tips for parents and fun after-reading activities help you to get the most out of the stories.

Read with Oxford: Stage 5: Winnie and Wilbur: Tidy Up, Winnie!:

Join Winnie the witch and her cat Wilbur in two lively stories with short chapters. In Winnie's Bubble Trouble, Winnie magics up a bubble so she can drift away from all the mess in her house. In Winnie Gets Bossy, she decides to reorganise all her furniture - but unfortunately the furniture has other ideas! Books with short chapters are a great way for children who are becoming independent readers to extend reading stamina and progress to the next step of their reading journey.

Read with Oxford: Stage 5: Winnie and Wilbur: Time Travel Winnie:

Join Winnie the witch and her cat Wilbur in two lively stories with short chapters. In Winnie's Time Machine, Winnie and Jerry the giant go back in time and meet an angry cave woman! In Winnie Spells Trouble, the school children's Egyptian project is helped by some time-travel magic! Books with short chapters are a great way for children who are beginning to read independently to extend reading stamina and progress to the next step of their reading journey.

Read with Oxford: Stage 5: Winnie and Wilbur: Winnie's Awful Auntie:

Join Winnie the witch and her cat Wilbur in two hilarious stories with short chapters. In Winnie the Naughty Niece, Winnie uses her magic to hide when Auntie Aggie pays a surprise visit! In Winnie's Awful Auntie, Auntie Aggie tries to turn Wilbur into a sweet little rabbit and Winnie gets cross! Books with short chapters are a great way for children who are beginning to read independently to extend reading stamina and progress to the next step of their reading journey. This Read with Oxford Stage 5 book has short chapters, an engaging story and humorous colour illustrations.

Read with Oxford: Stage 5: Winnie and Wilbur: Tellytastic Winnie:

Join Winnie the witch and her cat Wilbur in two lively stories with short chapters. In Winnie the Bold, Winnie is inspired by a TV show to have her own adventure - and ends up rescuing a dragon. In Wilbur's Got Talent, Wilbur wins a competition to star in a cat food advert and becomes a TV star! Books with short chapters are a great way for children who are beginning to read independently to extend reading stamina and progress to the next step of their reading journey.