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Reading Paths for Primary

Once upon a time
Graded Readers that bring to life the magic of classic stories from the students’ own culture and from world literature.
Many of the stories in this thematic area will already be familiar to students, giving them extra confidence as autonomous readers.
VALUES
FEELINGS
21st CENTURY SKILLS
MEDIATION
EQUALITY AND INTEGRATION
DIGITAL AND MEDIA
SCIENTIFIC THINKING
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SDGs
CLASSICS
INTERCULTURALITY
LITERATURE
Level 1
The Hare and the Tortoise
by Richard Northcott

The Hare and the Tortoise

by Richard Northcott

The hare can do lots of things. He can jump and run. He’s fast. The tortoise can’t run. He’s slow. One day the fast hare and the slow tortoise have a race. The hare runs fast, he can’t see the tortoise. And he’s tired... surely there is time for the hare to have a rest. What happens when the hare falls asleep? And can the tortoise be the winner?

The Three Goats
by Richard Northcott

The Three Goats

by Richard Northcott

Big Goat, Middle Goat and Little Goat are hungry. And there’s lots of grass on the hill on the other side of the bridge. But there’s a mean and nasty troll under the bridge. How can the three goats cross the bridge and eat the grass? Find out in this classic story.

Level 2
Little Red Riding Hood
by Richard Northcott

Little Red Riding Hood

by Richard Northcott

Today Little Red Riding Hood is visiting her grandmother in the forest. In the forest there is a woodcutter and… there’s a big, bad wolf. Be careful, Little Red Riding Hood! What happens when she arrives at Grandmother’s house? And can the woodcutter arrive in time to save the little girl and her grandmother?

Level 3
The Fisherman and his Wife
by Richard Northcott

The Fisherman and his Wife

by Richard Northcott

One day the fisherman catches a magic fish. When he tells his wife, she asks the fish for a nice house. Then she wants a castle. And then she wants to become queen. What happens when the fisherman’s wife keeps asking for  more things? Does the fish listen to the fisherman’s wife?

Level 4
Theseus and the Minotaur
by Richard Northcott

Theseus and the Minotaur

by Richard Northcott

Bad King Minos of Crete has a terrible monster, called the Minotaur. When the Minotaur is hungry King Minos asks King Aegeus to send him seven young men and seven young women for his monster to eat. Then, one day, King Aegeus’ son Theseus decides to go to Crete and kill the Minotaur. What happens when Theseus arrives in Crete? And can he kill the terrible monster?

The Selfish Giant
by Oscar Wilde

The Selfish Giant

by Oscar Wilde

When the Selfish Giant sees the children in his garden, he is angry and he builds a high wall. Now the children have nowhere to play. Spring comes, but in the Giant’s garden it is still winter. One morning the Giant wakes up and he has a wonderful surprise. What does the Giant see in his garden that morning? And how does it change him forever?

Level 5
Beauty and the Beast
by Richard Northcott

Beauty and the Beast

by Richard Northcott

When Beauty’s father picks a rose for his daughter the owner of the rosebush, a terrible beast, is very angry. In payment for the rose, Beauty must leave her family and go to live in the beast’s castle. In time Beauty and the beast become friends. Then one day Beauty’s father falls ill and she returns home to look after him. Does she return to the beast?

Lusmore and the Fairies
by Richard Northcott

Lusmore and the Fairies

by Richard Northcott

Lusmore lives in a small village in Ireland. He has a big hump on his back and people laugh at him and say bad things. Lusmore is sad. One evening Lusmore is coming home from the market when he hears the fairies singing. What happens when Lusmore joins them? And how do the fairies change Lusmore’s life forever?

Level 6
Peter Pan
by J. M. Barrie

Peter Pan

by J. M. Barrie

Adapted by Geraldine Sweeney

Peter Pan visits the nursery of the Darling children, Wendy, John and Michael, every night when they are sleeping. One night they wake up and Peter teaches them to fly. Together they fly off to Never-Never Land where they find the Lost Boys, mermaids, Indians and pirates. However, the leader of the pirates, the terrible Captain Hook, wants to kill Peter and capture the children. Can they defeat him and return home to their parents in London?

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
by L. Frank Baum

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

by L. Frank Baum

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne

Dorothy thinks she is lost when a terrible cyclone carries her and her dog Toto to the magical Land of Oz. So she decides to go to the Emerald City and ask the Wizard of Oz to help her go home again. On the way she meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion who all have a special wish to ask the Wizard. Will the Wizard make their wishes come true? And will Dorothy find her way home?

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