Tales from India – The Tiger, The Brahmin and the Jackal

A tiger lived in a forest in India. One day, the tiger walked into a trap! Then a kind Brahmin came into the forest… Recommended for children aged 3-11, the eight levels of Ladybird Readers follow the CEFR framework (Pre-A1 to A2+) and include activities that develop key skills and provide preparation for the Cambridge

Tales from Africa – The Cheetah’s Whisker

“A love potion is not easy to make,” Grandma said to Abeba. “I need a cheetah’s whisker. Can you get one?” Recommended for children aged 3-11, the eight levels of Ladybird Readers follow the CEFR framework (Pre-A1 to A2+) and include activities that develop key skills and provide preparation for the Cambridge English tests. This

In the Air

How do birds fly? How do jet engines move a plane? Find out more about helicopters, gliders and the science of flying. Do You Know? is a series of levelled non-fiction books featuring video content, project work and critical-thinking activities to motivate and engage young learners. Covering a range of STEM topics from nocturnal animals

At Sea

How do engines move a boat? How do we travel under the sea? Find out more about ships, submarines and engineering at sea. Do You Know? is a series of levelled non-fiction books featuring video content, project work and critical-thinking activities to motivate and engage young learners. Covering a range of STEM topics from nocturnal

Working with Water

How do you move water? Can we grow food where it does not rain? Find out more about dams, aqueducts and working with water. Do You Know? is a series of levelled non-fiction books featuring video content, project work and critical-thinking activities to motivate and engage young learners. Covering a range of STEM topics from

Engineering in History

What is Stonehenge? Why is there a great wall in China? Find out more about pyramids, desert cities and old engineering around the world. Do You Know? is a series of levelled non-fiction books featuring video content, project work and critical-thinking activities to motivate and engage young learners. Covering a range of STEM topics from

My Little Pony: The Camping Holiday

The ponies go on a camping holiday! They want to eat a nice supper. Then, the bugs come . . . Recommended for children aged 3-11, the eight levels of Ladybird Readers follow the CEFR framework (Pre-A1 to A2+) and include language activities that help develop key skills and provide preparation for the Cambridge English

My Little Pony: Pinkie’s Pies

Pinkie Pie loves making lots of pies for Rainbow Dash, but Pinkie wants to know . . . does Rainbow Dash eat her pies? Recommended for children aged 3-11, the eight levels of Ladybird Readers follow the CEFR framework (Pre-A1 to A2+) and include language activities that help develop key skills and provide preparation for

Roald Dahl: James and the Giant Peach

There is a giant peach in the tree. James goes inside the peach. What does he find? Recommended for children aged 3-11, the eight levels of Ladybird Readers follow the CEFR framework (Pre-A1 to A2+) and include language activities that help develop key skills and provide preparation for the Cambridge English tests. This Level 2

Roald Dahl: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie wants to find a Golden Ticket inside a chocolate bar. Then, he can visit Mr Wonka’s famous chocolate factory. Recommended for children aged 3-11, the eight levels of Ladybird Readers follow the CEFR framework (Pre-A1 to A2+) and include language activities that help develop key skills and provide preparation for the Cambridge English tests.