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1. The Journey Of the Noble Gnarble

Author: Daniel Errico

Summary: This story is about a fish from the species Gnarble. It lives deep in the ocean but has this wish of "flipping above the waves" and seeing the sun. Although everyone said that this Gnarble could not do it, with perseverance and some luck, he managed to escape all the dangers and in the end, flip about in the waves and smile under the sun

Special points of this story: The phrases rhyme and there is a rhythm to this story, which might make it easier for the children to ingest. Short phrases which make it easier for the child to understand and read. Main characters are animals.

Learning points: Determination, a goal/dream

Rating: 4/5

29 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 3-6



2. Invisible Alligators

Author: Hayes Roberts

Summary: This story is about a monkey, named Sari, who encountered trouble. This trouble was caused by a group of alligators named the Invisible Alligators, whom she found out about one night. She wanted to know why they were causing so much trouble to everyone, breaking her favourite castle's bridge, hiding the sheep's remote controller, etc. But they did not reveal it to her. However, it was revealed to the audience via what she did. The troubles that the alligators caused had prepared her for what happened later on.

Special points of this story: It is a story in which the main characters are animals. Learning points: There is a reason for everything that occurs.

Rating: 4/5

27 Pages Long

Advisable Age Group: 5-8



3.The Brave Monkey Pirate

Author: Hayes RobertSummary: A monkey pirate named Modi was to get a shot from the doctor. He did not like shots so his father advised him to go to a particular place, which was very far away and required Modi to cross many dangers. In that place, Modi met a crab wizard, who gave him a blue stone that can magically take Modi into the future after he has completed a particular ritual as he had braved many dangers to get to the stone. Modi would also be rewarded with ice cream after the shot. Modi then successfully ‘escaped’ the shot and also got ice cream.

Special Points of this Story: Animals are the main characters of this story. (the author seems to like using monkeys)

Learning Points: To get what you want, you will have to encounter many obstacles but you must brave them

Rating: 3.5/5

23 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 4-6

4. The Wiener Dog MagnetAuthor: Hayes RobertsSummary: A monkey named Kiki Marie bought a wiener dog magnet with her pocket money. She brought this magnet that she loved to all the places that she loved. However, this magnet was very special. At the river, where many wiener dogs lived, it attracted them. This dogs also did not fall of the magnet. Soon, there were too many wiener dogs on the magnet that she could not lift the magnet anymore. Suddenly, she saw 2 alligators trapped on a rock in the middle of the rapids. She came up with an idea and using her strength, she flung the wiener dogs on to the rock and the alligators were rescued. She was also rewarded for her good act by the king of all alligators and she and her dogs slept very soundly that night. Special Points of this Story: Animals are the main characters. Some humor added in. Learning Points: Good deeds are always rewarded. Your conscience will be clear once you do the correct thing.Rating: 4/521 pages longAdvisable Age Group: 4-7

5. The Farm Animals

Author: Rolando Merino
Summary: An E-book introducing a few animals to the child being the horse, the cow, the pig, the sheep , the duck, the chicken and the goat. It also introduces their uses to mankind.
Special Points of this Story: There is an option for the phrase to be read out aloud so the child can learn the pronunciations of these words. Pictures of these animals are also provided.
Learning Points: Farm animals and their uses
Rating: 4/5
8 pages long
Advisable Age Group: 3-6


6. Pirate’s Treasure

Author: Carol MooreSummary: Jimmy has a dream about a pirate, which tells him the location of a treasure in his garden. However, there was nothing in that location except for a buried dog bone. He was disappointed but there was a twist to the story. Read the book to find out!

Special Points of this Story: Audio provided. Different voices in recording also make it more interesting for the child

Learning Points: Life is unpredictable

Rating: 3.5/5

6 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 3-6

7. The Bitaba bird

Author: Carol MooreSummary: A story about a Bitaba bird, an imaginary creature where only one appears every 100 years, on a black night from a rock egg.

Special Points of this Story: Audio effects e.g. thunder . Audio provided

Learning Points: Special things are hard to come by

Rating: 3.5/5

5 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 3-6

8. Wolstencraft the Bear

Author: Karen LewisSummary: A story about a bear who longs to have a family, warmth , love, and most importantly a hug and his journey to achieve that.

Special Points of this Story: Fable

Learning Points: True friends help you in solving your problems and a family is important.

Rating: 4/5

7 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 3-8

9. Ollie’s Jar

Author: Carol MooreSummary: What an eel named Ollie does when he comes out of his home, a jar.

Special Points of this Story: Moving animations

Learning Points: Nil

Rating: 3.5/5

7 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 3-6

10. Round Bird Can’t Fly

Author: Lea McAndrewsSummary: A story about how a round bird with small wings tries to fly and what has he realised in that journey.

Special Points of this Story: Fable

Learning Points: Determination, backup plan, think before you act, everyone has a special place in life. Rating: 4.5/5

5 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 3-7

11. Kitty wants a Box

Author: Carol MooreSummary: A cat looking for the perfect box to live in.Special Points of this Story: Animals are the main characters.Learning Points: Either adapt to the place or change the place you are in.Rating: 3/51 page longAdvisable Age Group: 3-5

12. The Counting Story

Author: Rolando MerinoSummary: Uses the numbers 1-10 to form sentences and shows the child what shape is what number e.g. 6=sixSpecial Points of this Story: AnimationsLearning Points: NumbersRating: 3/510 page longAdvisable Age Group: 3-6

13. Animals you can see at the Zoo

Author: Rolando Merino

Summary: States the name of an animal, shows it picture, states one or two facts about it and states what sound it makes (some only).

Special Points of this Story: Includes sound file of the sound the animal makes.

Learning Points: Animals.

Rating: 3.5/5

3 pages long

Advisable Age Group:3-8



14. Alphabet

Author: Rolando MerinoSummary: Shows a picture of an object/animal/etc. which first letter is one of Alphabets. States what that object is as well.Special Points of this Story: AnimationsLearning Points: Alphabets and stuff that begin with one letter of the alphabet.Rating: 3/51 page longAdvisable Age Group: 3-6

15. Buzy Bee

Author: Carol MooreSummary: A bee sucking nectar from different flowers until it becomes too fat and has to be saved by other bees.Special Points of this Story: Animals as the main character and illustrations are made use of to convey the story as well.Learning Points: Teamwork, do not be too greedy.Rating: 2/51 page longAdvisable Age Group: 3-6

16. Buzzy Bee and Friends

Author: Carol MooreSummary: Buzzy Bee shares the nectar with his friend, the butterfly but again, he took to much nectar and had to be rescued by his friends again. Special Points of this Story: FableLearning Points: Do not be greedy, share what you have, too much of something is sometimes not good.Rating: 3.5/51 page longAdvisable Age Group: 3-7

17. Buzzy Bee’s Night Out

Author: Carol MooreSummary: Buzzy Bee tied something different from other bees—collecting nectar at night and he discovered a few things in that trip.Special Points of this Story: FableLearning Points: Do not be afraid to try things you or others have not done before.Rating: 3.5/55 pages longAdvisable Age Group: 3-7

18. Buzzy Bee’s Picnic

Author: Carol Moore

Summary: Buzzy Bee went on a ‘picnic’ with the ants. He did not cut the queue and also teamed up with the ants to get the food. However, he took too much fast food and had to be rescued. Again.

Special Points of this Story: fable

Learning Points: Teamwork is important, be patient and do not cut the queue, do not be too greedy.

Rating: 4/5

5 pages long

Advisable Age Group: 3-7