Wednesday 10th June, 2020. What the Ladybird Heard, by Julia Donaldson, read by Miss Blagg.
Monday 8th June, 2020. Nighty Night, read by Mrs Betts.
Saturday, June 6th 2020. Puffin Peter, read by Mrs Betts.
Tuesday 2nd June 2020- Paper Dolls, by Julia Donaldson and read by Mrs Betts.
Thursday 28th May 2020- Huggless Dougless, read by Mrs Betts.
Hugless Dougless is a huggable, lovable young brown bear who wakes up one morning in need of a hug. He goes to try and find one but none of them seem quite right. Join Douglas on his search for the perfect bear hug!
Wednesday 27th May, 2020- Mr Big, read by Mrs Betts.
Mr Big is very...... big, but inside he feels so small. How can he change things and make some friends? Follow to the story to find out how he does this.
Thursday 21st May 2020- Hungry Harry, read by Mrs Betts.
Harry is hungry, but just can't find any food to eat! What will he decide to do?
Tuesday 19th May 2020- Sugarlump and the Unicorn by Julia Donaldson, read by Mrs Betts.
Sugarlump the rocking horse longs for adventure. But when a magical unicorn grants his wish, he soon discovers there's no match for the fun of playing with children. Is it too late to change his mind? Listen with me and find out :)
Monday 18th May, 2020- The Smartest Giant in Town
George decides that it is time to get some new clothes. However, on his adventures, he finds lots of other animals that need his clothes more than he does. What will George do about this? Listen to the story to find out! :)
Thursday 14th May, 2020. Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson, read by Mrs Betts.
The witch and her cat are happily flying through the sky on a broomstick when the wind picks up and blows away the witch's hat, then her bow, and then her wand! Luckily, three helpful animals find the missing items, and all they want in return is a ride on the broom.
Wednesday 13th May, 2020- Stick Man, by Julia Donaldson, read by Mrs Betts.
Stick man becomes separated from his family and his family tree- find out about all of his adventures and whether he ever makes it home.
Tuesday 12th May- Rosie's Hat, by Julia Donaldson, and read by Mrs Betts.
Rosie looses her hat one day and has given up hope of finding it again. One day, many years later, Rosie finds something up a tree. What could it be? Listen to the story with me to find out!
Monday 11th May, 2020- The Gruffalo's Child by Julia Donaldson, read by Mrs Betts.
The Gruffalo's child sets off into the deep, dark woods to find the big, bad mouse- the only thing her father is afraid of. What will happen? Will the big, bad mouse be found?
Friday 8th May, 2020. The Gruffalo, by Julia Donaldson, read by Mrs Betts
Discover what happens when a little mouse comes face to face with an owl, a snake, a fox and a hungry gruffalo.......
Thursday 7th May, 2020- Monkey Puzzle, by Julia Donaldson, read by Mrs Betts.
Little monkey has lost his mum and the other animals are trying to help find her. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion as to what little monkey's mum looks like. Will they manage to find her so that little monkey and his mum can have a big hug?
Wednesday 6th May, 2020- Spinderella by Julia Donaldson and Sebastien Braun, read by Mrs Betts.
Spinderella has a passion for football, but she's not sure how many spiders should be on each team or how to count the goals! Will Spinderella's Hairy Godmother be able to help?
Tuesday 5th May, 2020- The Singing Mermaid by Julia Donaldson, read by Mrs Betts.
Sly Sam wants to whisk the singing mermaid away and claims that he will make her lots of money as she lives a life of luxury. However, things don't seem to be as he promised and Sly Sam is keeping all the money from the circus shows for himself. Will the singing mermaid ever make it back to Silversands?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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