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Biff, Chip and Kipper Stage 1 Read with Oxford for Age 3+ Early Learning for children (24 book collection) for £29.44 delivered @ Books2Door
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Biff, Chip and Kipper Stage 1 Read with Oxford for Age 3+ Early Learning for children (24 book collection) for £29.44 delivered @ Books2Door

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Best price I could find for these Biff, Chip and Kipper books that'll help your child learn to read. Used in schools across the UK, these books are celebrated for aiding kids in the early stages of reading. Classic tales of fun and frolics with great illustrations too.

I remember using them at school, and it must have been when they were first published!

Yours for £29.44 including delivery, which is a steal when you consider how much they will help.


"Biff, Chip and Kipper Stage 1 Read with Oxford for Age 3+ Childrens Early Learning - 24 Books Collection Set

These 24 stories have been carefully levelled to support you and your child through the early stages of learning to read. 12 stories provide phonics-based reading practice, while 12 use everyday language to help broaden your child's wider reading experience. All the stories feature much-loved characters and humorous illustrations, as well as tips for reading together and fun activities.

Once you have enjoyed the stories in this collection, read on with the Stage 2 collection.

Titles In This Collection:
  • Biff's Fun Phonics
  • Biff's Wonder Words
  • Floppy Did This!
  • Floppy's Fun Phonics
  • Kipper's Rhymes
  • Six in a Bed
  • The Pancake
  • Up You Go
  • A Yak at the Picnic
  • Dad's Birthday
  • Funny Fish
  • Mum's New Hat
  • The Fizz-Buzz
  • The Red Hen
  • The Snowman
  • Win a Nut
  • A Good Trick
  • Cat in a Bag
  • Chip's Letter Sounds
  • I am Kipper
  • Kipper's Alphabet I Spy
  • Get On
  • Picnic Time
  • Silly Races

For a long time, this particular series was one of the first exposure to adventure books for children around the world. Now with more than 800 titles, it has become a centrepiece of the National Curriculum and is used in 80% of the nation’s primary schools as they celebrate hitting 30 years. This adventure began when Oxford Reading Tree's publications started off with 24 stories in 1986, with the main goal of teaching children to read carefully step by step.

The author Roderick Hunt said he wanted to develop a reading programme based on funny comical stories, fun and motivation, after he became concerned with his own child’s progress. This series was illustrated by Alex Brychta. Hunt has said he was at first slow to start reading as a child, eventually he learned the importance of reading and stated “Good reading is so important to human development. So our vision was to get children reading, and get them off picture books and on to the world of print."

The authors are always trying to stay relevant in today's modern age, including keeping up with smartphones, digital technology are now appearing in the new books. He wants to stay connected with children today and keep them engaged and interested in their stories.

The first books by Hunt were published in 1986, but spiked in popularity in particular 2015-2016 after these books were borrowed more than one million times, making it the first time he has appeared in the top 10. Now, it has been translated into many languages including more than 120 different countries. The books were originally aimed at children between ages 4 to 9, and it formed part of an English language syllabus which was in line with the National Curriculum.

Biff and Chip are twins! Biff loves to play football and go swimming, and she is always ready to join in with games and loves to craft things. Chip likes to go cycling, enjoys sports activities and creative activities like drawing! Kipper likes to play with his friends Biff and Chip and Floppy, his real name is actually Christopher, but as he was learning to talk he couldn’t pronounce his name. His dad then decided the name Kipper would suit him and since he is called Kipper. The big dog Floppy loves running around playing with a stick and ball, digging holes and going for swims in the pond and is always covered in mud. Follow their adventure in this wonderful collection, and you will learn all about all the new adventures they will encounter with friends."



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Looks like online book sellers are pushing through steep price rises with Book People gone - bought this collection for £12 from in 2018, and got 25 books level 4-6 for £12.79 last year.

"Steal" is the appropriate word, but you got the direction wrong
booboobeaker04/06/2020 10:16

Looks like online book sellers are pushing through steep price rises with …Looks like online book sellers are pushing through steep price rises with Book People gone - bought this collection for £12 from in 2018, and got 25 books level 4-6 for £12.79 last year."Steal" is the appropriate word, but you got the direction wrong


This is still the cheapest online, however much you bought them for in 2018. Book sellers probably are pushing higher prices, but that is the trend on most products to be honest during lockdown.
Akira_Cat04/06/2020 10:24

This is still the cheapest online, however much you bought them for in …This is still the cheapest online, however much you bought them for in 2018. Book sellers probably are pushing higher prices, but that is the trend on most products to be honest during lockdown.


If I posted (for example) a pair of hair clippers that were marked up from £12 (as recently as earlier in 2020) to £29.99 as "a steal when you consider how much they will help", the deal would be voted down quite rightly to -100s of degrees of coldness. In fact this 1-3 level 33 book set cost £10 when Book People shut down in Feb - thebookpeople.co.uk/web…051

That was my point really, just to let people know.
40971210-qnZL5.jpgA sample from fun phonics. I think the books are great. Little games like mazes, spot the difference at the end of each which gives a little motivation. This is level 1 only. I've got 6 levels.
For the money it would be better to invest in some flash cards and use the online ebooks.
Children memorise these books so easily that after 2-3 they need new books.
Akira_Cat04/06/2020 10:24

This is still the cheapest online, however much you bought them for in …This is still the cheapest online, however much you bought them for in 2018. Book sellers probably are pushing higher prices, but that is the trend on most products to be honest during lockdown.



Should you really be promoting companies like this?
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Big cat Colin’s ebooks

Oxford owl ebooks.

I know it is screen time but they are free, lots of examples and they give games and quizzes.
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