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Pages: 256

Language: English

Publisher: Orion Children's Books; New Ed edition (17 Oct. 2002)

By: Wendy Cooling(Editor) Penny Dann(Illustrator)

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Anne Fine, Vivian French, Adele Geras, Mary Hoffman and Michael Rosen are among the contributors to this collection of 50 stories.Perfect to read aloud, each one timed for two, five or ten minutes, they all have the magic touch that means children will want to hear them again and again.A huge value-packed book with gorgeous pictures.

Fifty terrific read-aloud stories by 30 different authors chosen by Wendy Cooling,former Head of the Children's Book Foundation and compiler of the very successful Quids forKids paperback story collections. There's something for everyone here, with a range ofstories for very young children and others for growing into. Each story is joyfully, brightly andhumorously illustrated by Penny Dann, whose other titles include Stories for Bedtime and The Collins Treasury of Poetry

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Customer reviews:

  • By H. E. Greenslade on 14 December 2007

    I purchased this book as a Christmas present and when it arrived I was extremely impressed. The book is bright and full of brilliant pictures to keep a child interested, and with 50 stories is extremely great value for money.I would recommend this to anyone just getting into the habit of reading stories for their children, it'll make great bedtime reading and as each story has a rough timescale of how long it is - fantastic for time planning. It would also be a great one to keep and pass down the generations.

  • By Anne-Marie Marsh on 19 May 2008

    This delightful book was bought for my son when he was three and we have gone back to it again and again. He is now six and works out how many stories he can get for the time available!The large variety of authors means a large variety of styles and imagination which we have particularly enjoyed. It's one of those books I will never give away.I have just bought two for colleagues at work who were also impressed.

  • By Kay on 24 September 2007

    I am very happy with this book - worth the price ! There are lovely stories with lots of lovely colourful pictures and the book feels and looks great. A must-buy if you have a child of this age !

  • By Bekah J on 6 February 2015

    I use this book with year 7 & 8 low ability students to increase their word power and knowledge of English. With the 2, 5, and 10 minute stories it's ideal and very versatile.

  • By bookworm on 20 September 2015

    My favorite story book of all times. I lost count of how many copies I have given as gifts now. This particular one was as described and came in the time promised.

  • By Kaz on 21 June 2011

    Bought this book for my son and liked the book so much that I bought the same for my niece.

  • By Louise A. on 2 August 2015

    As promised, great gift

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