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Reading Paths for Primary

Your world is my world
Students need not only to understand their own culture but also that of those around them.
These Graded Readers have been selected to encourage students to enjoy the fact they live in a multicultural world, to build bridges between their culture and that of others and to embrace interculturality.
VALUES
FEELINGS
21st CENTURY SKILLS
MEDIATION
EQUALITY AND INTEGRATION
DIGITAL AND MEDIA
SCIENTIFIC THINKING
PROJECTS
SDGs
CLASSICS
INTERCULTURALITY
LITERATURE
Level 1
The New Class
by Herbert Puchta & Gavin Biggs

The New Class

by Herbert Puchta & Gavin Biggs

It’s the first day of school. All the students are ready. But where is the teacher? When Mr Evans arrives, he can’t remember the students’ names. How can the children help him? Find out in this fun story about the first day in a new class.

Level 2
The Leopard and the Monkey
by Richard Northcott

The Leopard and the Monkey

by Richard Northcott

It’s morning in the jungle and Leopard is hungry and his favourite breakfast is monkeys. But Leopard falls into a well and only Baby Monkey can help him. Can Baby Monkey pull Leopard out of the well? And is Leopard really monkey’s friend? Find out in this classic African folk tale of how a clever little animal can trick a big fierce one.

Level 3
Peach Boy
by Richard Northcott

Peach Boy

by Richard Northcott

Long ago in Japan, an old man and woman find a baby boy in a peach. They call him Momotaro, which means ‘peach boy’ in Japanese. The years pass and Momotaro grows up. One day he takes his sword and goes off to fight the ogres who are taking the people’s treasure. Who can help Momotaro find the ogres’ island? And what happens when he arrives there? Find out in one of the most famous Japanese folktales.

Level 4
CC. goes to India
by Colin Stobbart

CC. goes to India

by Colin Stobbart

C.C. is a curious cow who has heard that cows in India are treated very well. She decides to go there. On her way, she meets Kanga the Kangaroo, who is going to Australia. They travel together and then C.C. goes on to India.

Level 5
Lola in the Land of Fire
by Rick Sampedro

Lola in the Land of Fire

by Rick Sampedro

A long time ago there was a girl called Lola. Lola lived with her family in the Selk’nam tribe, in a beautiful land near the end of the world. One day when Lola is with the Yamana tribe in the south of the land, a big ship arrives. Who is on the ship? And how will they change Lola’s land forever?

Level 6
A Maori Story
by Gaynor Ramsey

A Maori Story

by Gaynor Ramsey

Hinemoa is a beautiful girl who lives with her father. Lots of people want to marry her, but in her father’s opinion no man is good enough for her. Tuta is a handsome young man who lives on the island of Mokoia. He plays the flute beautifully. When he and Hinemoa see each other they do not speak, but it is love at first sight. Will it be possible for him to ask for Hinemoa’s hand? What part does the flute play in this beautiful love story?

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