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Usborne My Second Reading Library 50 Books Box Set - Ages 5-7 - Paperback

by Usborne
SKU: B2D0674 ISBN: 9781409591528
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Contained in this wonderful library of books is an amazing collection by Usborne, with tons of famous titles that have influenced many readers on a global scale. My Second Reading Library is the continuation of a series that young children aged between 5-7 will simply love. You may already have the first series of these books, which means that children will instantly recognise the style and be eager to get stuck in. In this bestselling collection with 50 titles to choose from, young readers will see some fairy tale favourites and explore new adventures but one thing remains is that these books prompt learning. Each one will quiz children at the end to test their memory and recap events of what they have just read. It’s a great way for parents and children to make reading interactive and see progression as they move between the levels. My Second Reading Library aims to boost and positively encourage self-reading, reading aloud and developing literacy skills can be supplemented to your child’s school learning. Also, visit our ages 5-7 collection for more books in this age group.

In this set, we have the famous Cinderella story, a story about jealousy, and the sufferings Cinderella had to endure because of the vicious behaviours of her older sisters. This story has impacted both children and adults alike around the world, it is a story of virtue and beauty. Cinderella had gone through some tough situations caused by her older sisters doings, but the lovable personality and actions of Cinderella, she does not seek revenge but instead had forgiven her older sisters, this is what made her character lovable and is a great story to be taught to children. The famous The Boy Who Cried Wolf is a popular story around the globe, most often told young and an important lesson to be taught to children. There was once a shepherd-boy, he watched a flock of sheep right outside his village, he had the naughty idea of shouting out “Wolf! Wolf!” which brought all the villagers to his aid, but they realised he was just lying. Eventually, a few times of playing this regretful prank, a wolf actually appeared right in front of the shepherd boy, the wolf started devouring the entire flock of sheep and to his terror, the shepherd boy shouted “Help me! The Wolf is killing all the sheep!” but not one person came to his help. This story teaches kids about the possible outcomes of lying and the negative consequences it has for yourself and on other people. Another famous fable told around the world is the story of the Hare and the Tortoise, the race between the naturally gifted runner and the slow crawler. The cocky and confident Hare was bragging to everybody about how fast he was and even taunted at Tortoise about how fast he was. The Tortoise then came and challenged the Hare, being the cocky Hare he was surprised, laughed and accepted the challenge offered by the Tortoise. Their race begun, with an astonishing start for the Hare and a very slow beginning for the Tortoise, at the mid way point of the race, the Hare was so confident that the race was his to win, he went and played in the meadow and even took a big nap and snoozed away. After some time, the Tortoise was reaching towards the finish line step by step, the Hare eventually woke up and panicked over where the Tortoise was, the Hare dashed as quickly as he could towards the finish line, running like he never did before. To the Hare’s surprise, the Tortoise had already finished the race and was waiting for the arrival of the Hare. 

Usborne books are carefully put together in an organised way and was designed to help young readers develop their reading knowledge in a fast and fun manner. Our Usborne collection is great and you should definitely check our other famous titles out on our website. 

Level Three:

  • The King's Pudding
  • The Goose That Laid The Golden Eggs
  • Chicken Licken
  • The Musicians of Bremen
  • The Mouse's Wedding
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf
  • The Magic Pear Tree
  • The Dinosaur who Lost his Roar
  • The Enormous Turnip
  • The Three Little Pigs
  • The Magic Porridge Pot
  • The Gingerbread ManThe Little Red Hen
  • The Leopard and the Sky God

Level Four:

  • The Tin Soldier
  • The Golden Carpet
  • The Runaway Pancake
  • The Ugly Duckling
  • The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • The Reluctant Dragon
  • The Inch Prince
  • The Emperor and the Nightingale
  • Androcles and the Lion
  • The Hare and the Tortoise
  • Baba Yaga the Flying Witch
  • The Owl and the Pussy Cat
  • Princess Polly and the Pony
  • Dick Whittington

Series One:

  • Cinderella
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • Saint George and the Dragon
  • The Wooden Horse
  • The Monkey King
  • Aladdin and his Magical Lamp
  • Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
  • The Adventures of Sinbad the Sailor
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • The Princess and the Pea
  • The Little Mermaid
  • The Nutcracker
  • Puss in Boots
  • The Frog Prince
  • Hansel and Gretel
  • The Elves and the Shoemaker
  • Rumpelstiltskin
  • Rapunzel
  • Sleeping Beauty
  • The Runaway Princess

My Reading Library consists of 50 books which are in different levels.

The first 14 books are taken from Usborne First Reading Level Three. These stories, including many classic tales, are designed to boost developing readers' confidence.

The next 16 books are taken from Usborne First Reading Level Four. These slightly longer stories help to increase readers' stamina in a range of story styles.

20 further books are taken from Usborne Young Reading Series One. Each of these books contains several lively short stories or one long story in easy-to-read chapters.