The Library in Reading Eggs is an ever-expanding collection. There are over 3,000 books across a wide range of fiction and nonfiction titles to choose from, to help your students at different stages of their reading journey. Whether you’re teaching a class of emerging or fluent readers, there’s something for everyone.
Let’s check out the new additions to the Library.
1. Winnie The Pooh
A classic story that is loved by children from all over the world, Winne the Pooh is now available in the Reading Eggs Library!
Suitable for fluent readers, the book consists of 10 short stories about the much-loved bear, and also introduces his friends – Christopher Robin, Piglet, Eeyore, Owl, Rabbit, Kanga and Roo.
Share this book on your class screen for group read-aloud and complete the end-of-chapter quiz together. You can even assign the book to students a chapter at a time, or as a complete text.
Quick Tip: As a follow-up activity, why not encourage students to learn more about the writer behind Winnie The Pooh? A. A. Milne’s biography ‘A boy and His bear’ is also available in the Reading Eggs Library.
Teacher Library: Create and Share Book Collections
Planning a classic-themed book month for your class? There are more classic titles to explore in the Reading Eggs Library. You can find stories such as:
- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
- Through the Looking Glass
- The Secret Garden
- Black Beauty
- The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
- Wind in the Willows
- A Christmas Carol
- Gulliver’s Travels
Book collections are great for projects or guided reading in class. The Teacher Library makes it easy for you to bookmark titles, to create your own book collections and share them with your students.
Remember to encourage students to complete the book or chapter quiz at the end! A book will only be recorded as read when they complete the quiz.
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2. Silly Milly and other series
Peek into the lives of Moose the St. Bernard, Silly Milly and Trainer Tom in this series from Crabtree Publishing. Great for beginning readers as they start to learn new words and begin to identify new relationships and roles.
3. World Adventure series
What are schools like in Spain? What do people eat in Thailand? Discover new places and cultures around the globe with 40 new books in the World Adventures series.
This series explores aspects of human and physical geography through accessible text and engaging images. Welcome to my World (also part of the World Adventure series) make great visual books, and explores a country from a child’s perspective.
4. Australia First Nations Series
Look out for 13 new titles by Magabala Books, Australia’s leading Indigenous publishing house. These books are written by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors, artists and illustrators from all over Australia. A mix of fiction and nonfiction titles, be inspired by the eye-catching illustrations and learn about indigenous life and culture in Australia.
What Are We Reading? Book Recommendations from the 3P Learning Team
1. Robin and the Rabbit
“I really like this series because it opens up conversations around mental health in a child-friendly way. This one in particular, shows children how to develop positive coping strategies when they’re feeling stressed and provides insight into what it feels like to be under pressure with an anxious rabbit who won’t leave you alone! The “something to think about questions” at the beginning of each book provides a talking point for parents and guardians and these are great for encouraging classroom discussion.”
– Amy Weale, Client Manager, Bristol, UK
2. Map my Planet
“I love Map My Planet! It introduces students to the concept of mapping and invites them to explore countries all over the world map.”
– Erin Bowdridge, Customer Engagement Specialist and former middle school teacher, Ottawa, Canada
3. The Roman Empire and Britain
“My favs are the Go Facts. I always learn something new when reading one and they are so colourful and interesting. I particularly enjoy the historical ones like The Roman Empire and Britain.”
– Alysha Hodge, Managing Editor, Sydney, Australia
4. Feeding the Dragon
“Feeding the Dragon is a wonderful book to share with a class of children. They may have already heard the story, ‘We’re going on a Bear Hunt,’ and they will notice that this book is similar. Repetitive phrases like, ‘Ready, steady, GO! Left, right, left, right, left, right!’ will get children joining in as the book is read to them. Many of the phrases are also great for adding in actions as the class joins in together. A great performance story!”
– Jane Fisher, Product Manager and former educator, Leeds, UK
Other Great Teaching Resources In Reading Eggs
Besides an ever-expanding collection of books, you can also track your class reading progress using the reporting tools in your Teacher Console. There are also book notes with teaching ideas, worksheets, and 300 printable decodable readers.
If your school is transiting to a systematic synthetic phonics approach and you’d like to find out more, the Fast Phonics Teacher Resources has everything you could ever need to teach systematic synthetic phonics.
Stay tuned for our next Library release in August!
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