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HUMOUR SET (24 titles) 35% Discount


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The Humour Set comprises 24 titles from Levels 2–26.

(Level 2) Don’t Splash Me! (narrative – a brother keeps splashing sister, until a wave make one big splash)

(Level 5) Turn On the Sprinkler (narrative– Dad asks for help with the tap, but ends up getting a sprinkler splash surprise)

(Level 6) Scratch Rat Scratch (verse – Dad doesn’t believe mum about a rat in the bin, until he checks for himself!)

(Level 9) The Penguin Race (narrative – P1, P2 and P3 have a race – one penguin wins, but not by running)

(Level 9) Cool Crow Party (verse – ‘cool’ crow characters have fun at a party)

(Level 10) A Sandwich for a Cockroach (verse – a cockroach’s sandwich gets slimier and funnier)

(Level 14) Two Silly Dwarves and a Troll (narrative – ideal for perspective (size), the silly dwarves get sillier and funnier)

(Level 14) Two Silly Dwarves Toss a Coin (narrative – ideal for probability, the silly dwarves get sillier and funnier)

(Level 15) The Silly Squealing Pigs (narrative – as the silly pigs build bridges, they get sillier and funnier)

(Level 16) Mr McFurtle Trains his Puppy (narrative – well-meaning, but silly, McFurtle tries to train his puppy)

(Level 16) I've Got the Runniest Nose (narrative – Unsympathetic Dad says his son’s symptoms are only a cold, until he gets a cold!)

(Level 17) Mr McFurtle Makes Music (narrative – well-meaning, but silly, McFurtle tries to learn many instruments)

(Level 17) I Was So Embarrassed (narrative – a well-meaning, but embarrassing, mum causes Katie grief, until the school awards night)

(Level 18) The Biggest and Best Bone (narrative – ideal for reflections, a silly dog ‘follows’ himself thinking it’s another dog with his bone)

(Level 18) Gilbert the Goofy Guppy (narrative – attention-seeking Gilbert the goofy guppy ends up getting a big shock)

(Level 19) Don’t Talk With Your MouthFull (narrative – Jack tries to warn his babysitter about her sandwich, much to his cheeky delight)

(Level 19) Mrs Mumbletrouble’s Rumbles (narrative – unaware of her noisy tummy, hilarity follows Mrs Mumbletrouble around town)

(Level 20) The Weirdest Pet Day (narrative – a group of students enjoy exaggerating their pets’ descriptions to their horrified teacher)

(Level 21) Mr McFurtle’s Fix-Up Friday (narrative – well-meaning, but silly, Mr McFurtle tries to fix things much to Mrs McFurtle’s horror)

(Level 22) A Hundred Million Peas (narrative – Jack eats his least favorite vegetable first (peas) but his grandma misinterprets that and piles more peas on his plate)

(Level 23) Preposterous Problem Parrot (paired fiction – a cheeky parrot makes up hilarious rhymes so no-one would buy him at the pet shop)

(Level 24) Blackspit the Buccaneer (paired fiction – a hilarious buccaneer egocentrically suggests ideas for his birthday presents)

(Level 25) Carlton Fumble, Conjuror (paired fiction – a magician messes up his magic tricks, until a twist a story makes him hero)

(Level 26) Merry, Merry Magic Muddle (paired fiction – a magician messes up his magic tricks, until a reviewer writes a review of the audience’s reactions)


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