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The Fox and the Stork

One of Aesop’s most well-known fables which teaches learners about the negative consequences of immoral behaviour, developing social skills and emotional intelligence.

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star

Native speakers and young learners of English are both familiar with the unforgettable lullaby, “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”.

The Tortoise and the Hare

Aesop’s fable on confidence, inequality and ingenuity generates many ideas. It is a great way to highlight the morals of the story as well as…

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Postcards from Summer

Kieran and Zoe are best friends from school. They both went on a summer holiday and are eager to share their experiences.

Magic Flowers

A nice and simple poem to teach colours and to draw attention to the beauty of our colourful surroundings.  

Jacob the Naughty Koala

Jacob is a small koala living his life to the full. He is always on a great adventure.

Flashcards LEVEL 3

For further practice, flashcard sets serve the purpose of more focused vocabulary development. Many of the words and expressions from the sets are used in…

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The Tale of Peter Rabbit

The iconic figure of Peter Rabbit, named after Beatrix Potter’s pet rabbit, was created more than a hundred years ago and ever since, the story…

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Wiggling Veggies

LEVEL1:  BEGINNER This poem was specifically designed for young learners to teach the names of the vegetables and to promote a healthy diet while teaching...

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Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood is a classic tale with an important message: never trust strangers. The story originated in France but the well-known version is…

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The Ant and The Cricket

One of Aesop’s rhyming fables presents us with a moral lesson which still raises questions in the 21st century. Read about the consequences of not…

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The Legend of the Corn

The Legend of the Corn is a nice tale about the origin of maize from the Native-American Arikara tribe.

Swallow-Book

LEVEL5:  LOW INTERMEDIATE One swallow does not a summer make, the proverb says. So how about a swarm of swallows? Find out how seasons affect...

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The Luxurious Ritz

The Ritz Hotel is a five-star hotel in London which was opened in 1906 and has been representing luxury since then. If you would like…

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Panda Panda My Feelings

This picture book presents different feelings that a little learner might often experience. This is a great way to help your learners to get to…

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Arty Mouse’s Colourful World

Children can learn all of the colours with the help of Arty Mouse and his friends. While listening, they can choose their favourite tone and…

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Who Took the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?

Chanting the rhymes of “Who took the cookie from the cookie jar?” is not only an exciting game which includes the use of body language…

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At the Market

This situational dialogue is based on a real-life situation: a mother and her child walking past market stands and asking for fruits and vegetables.  

Flashcards: LEVEL 1

For further practice, flashcard sets serve the purpose of more focused vocabulary development. Many of the words and expressions from the sets are used in…

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Moomintroll Sails

The famous animated family, the Moomins, who are well-known throughout Europe, are white, roundish hippopotamus-like fairy-tale characters eager to meet learners in the BOOKR Class…

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Little My: Wild Guests

One‌ ‌summer‌ ‌evening‌, ‌the‌ ‌Moomintrolls‌ ‌were going ‌to‌ ‌sleep.‌ Suddenly,‌ ‌there‌ ‌was‌ ‌a‌ ‌loud‌ ‌knock‌ ‌on‌ ‌the‌ ‌door.‌ Who‌ ‌can‌ ‌it‌ ‌be?‌

The Alphabet Song

One of the first songs language learners learn and one they often recall when spelling is still challenging. The slow pace and simple illustrations help…

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Rain, rain go away

Oh no! I want to play but it’s raining outside. Let’s make the rain go away!

Housework My Way

Emily doesn’t want to do any housework during the school holidays but then she realizes that she has got someone to help.

Baa Baa Black Sheep

Despite being a classic and its original historical content, this nursery has maintained its popularity over the years. The lyrics have been modernized but it…

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My Royal family

LEVEL3:  BEGINNER Who is the royal family? Whisper  is part of it for sure, let's find out more! Illustrator: Dóra Vincze Narrator: Benjamin Groff Laci's...

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A trip to Ireland

Jack, Rosie and Molly are planning to visit Ireland after their first year at university and are talking about the cities they want to visit…

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Five Little Monkeys

This song can be used to teach children useful expressions related to personal safety and also to practise counting. The combination of playful lyrics, amusing…

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The ABC Zoo

The ABC Zoo is not a traditional list of animals that all the learners are familiar with. Our book includes the less well-known relatives of…

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THE SECRET OF TINY TUSK ISLAND

Eight little elephants decide to explore the heart of the rainforest where something magical is about to happen. From that day on, their mission has…

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Itsy Bitsy Spider

Itsy Bitsy Spider is one of the catchiest nursery rhymes which is easy to act out, entertaining and teaches an important lesson: how to be…

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The Genius Benjamin Franklin

Everybody knows Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States of America. However, have your students ever heard about his inventions? Read…

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Flashcards LEVEL 2

For further practice, flashcard sets serve the purpose of more focused vocabulary development. Many of the words and expressions from the sets are used in…

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The Weather Forecast

Jack, Rosie and Molly are planning to visit Ireland after their first year at university and are talking about the cities they want to visit…

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Mix a Pancake

“Mix a Pancake” is a popular nursery rhyme. It introduces learners to the basic verbs of cooking which are easy to act out and understand….

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On a Job Hunt

Jake is looking for a job so he invited his best friend, Amy, to help him. Amy knows everything about applying for a job, so…

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Tiny Tusks: The Sunshine Pancake Shack

Let the Tiny Tusks show you how to become more environmentally friendly.

The Secrets of Communication

Jake didn’t get the job he wanted so he went over to his brother, Steve who is happy to help him with some tips and…

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Little King Boggen

A little confectioner is building a house made of pastry, pie, pancakes and pudding. This super sweet rhyme is a great tool to teach about…

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Strange British Traditions

In this book you can read about twelve not so commonly known British traditions which might surprise you. Learn about maypole dancing, cheese rolling and…

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Ancient Civilizations in Europe

Teach about ancient European cultures and cities, discover Pompeii, read about our linguistic as well as literary heritage and enjoy one of the greatest myths…

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Flashcards LEVEL 4

For further practice, flashcard sets serve the purpose of more focused vocabulary development. Many of the words and expressions from the sets are used in…

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The Lion and the Mouse

Aesop’s fable is about fairness, nobility and equality. The archetypal characters depict well their individual differences and their story teaches about the appreciation of these…

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Love Me Do

The Beatles are the most famous British band who influenced the whole world with their rock ‘n’ roll music during the ‘60s. This book is…

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How Rabbit Killed the Giant

Rabbit is a trickster in the stories of several Native American tribes from which we chose the Omahan legend, “How Rabbit Killed the Giant”. While…

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The Lost Lunchbox

LEVEL2:  BEGINNER This book tells the story of the quest of two British students for the owner of a mysterious lunchbox. The story is linguistically...

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The Emperor’s New Clothes

Andersen’s cautionary tale tells the story of a vain emperor who is deceived not only by two tricksters but also by his own ministers and…

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Weather Forecast

LEVEL5:  LOW INTERMEDIATE Jack, Rosie and Molly are planning a hiking trip to northern England at the beginning of September. Is it worth deciding on...

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Anup and the Wonderful Oven

Anup is a little boy from India who is desperate to buy an oven for his grandmother. He is ready to work hard to earn…

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UK Civilization – UK Geography

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics.

Messy Betsy

Many children can easily relate to Betsy. She’s young, has a teddy bear, pencils as well as books, and has made a huge mess in…

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Splendid Seven Days

Splendid Seven Days is a unique poem to teach the days of the week as BOOKR designed the “days” as children with different appearances, personalities…

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The Great Big Turnip

This Russian folktale is about a grandfather who takes care of his garden but one day one of his turnips starts to get bigger and…

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UK Civilization – UK History

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics.

UK Civilization – UK Architecture

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics.

UK Civilization – UK Science and Technology

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long…

UK Civilization – Welcome to London

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics.

The Fox and the Crow

The fox is sly and the crow is proud. What could happen? Read the story and find out.

UK Civilization – UK Literature

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics.

UK Civilization – UK Folklore

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics.

UK Civilization – UK Visual Arts and Film

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations

On a Shopping Trip

Join George and Sarah-Jane on their shopping trip.

Shark Song

LEVEL1:  BEGINNER One of the cutest songs to teach the names of family members, some chunks and useful vocabulary related to the sea. a modern...

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What do you want to be?

Meet Mrs Johnson’s class and find out what her children want to be when they grow up.

What Does The Bee Do?

“What Does the Bee Do?” is a children’s poem from the late 1800s by Christina Rossetti. Do you know the answer?

Let’s go outside!

Let’s go outside! But be careful! The weather is constantly changing.

UK Civilization – UK Popular Culture

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics. Have your students join the…

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UK Civilization – UK Cuisine

Ed and Marge are two college students from Oxford who love to have long, intellectual conversations about many different topics. Have your students join the…

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The Tale of Washing Hands

Everybody knows that washing hands is important. But do you know why? Read the story and find out.  

The Little Prince I.

The Little Prince is now available in the BOOKR Class application in three parts. Every part contains educational games which improve reading, writing and grammar…

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My First Book About the Universe

Read fox daddy’s tale where children (and foxes) can get their questions answered about the universe.

The Little Prince II.

The Little Prince is now available in the BOOKR Class application in three parts. Every part contains educational games which improve reading, writing and grammar…

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The Little Prince III.

The Little Prince is now available in the BOOKR Class application in three parts. Every part contains educational games which improve reading, writing and grammar…

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The Magic Mirror 2.

Once, there was a far-off kingdom where everything was perfect but the king made an important decision. Sharing his kingdom equally between his daughter and…

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The Magic Mirror 1.

Once, there was a far-off kingdom where everything was perfect but the king made an important decision. Sharing his kingdom equally between his daughter and…

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Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty was a nickname for short and chubby people, but the expression became well-known because of a nursery rhyme about a clumsy egg. An…

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A Day at the Beach

Three little friends go to the beach which turned out to be too dirty to enjoy. They decide to clean it up and put everything…

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My Birthday Party

Fanny had an amazing weekend. Let’s see what are in her photos!

Three Little Kittens

Three Little Kittens is a classic nursery rhyme which is a great success among language learners. It is about cause and effect – a great…

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How much or how many?

A fun way to teach about numbers and mathematics with the help of rhymes and interesting facts about our wonderful world.  

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

LEVEL  1:  BEGINNER One of the first poems to learn is this counting rhyme which teaches the numbers from 1 to 10 by combining this...

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The World of Sport

We all know that sport is an essential part of everyday life, therefore, to encourage an active pastime, we created a poem to teach about…

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Seasons

What are the four seasons of the year? Can you list them all?

The Muffin Man

LEVEL 1:  BEGINNER A traditional nursery rhyme which not only teaches about how muffins used to be delivered in London but also encourages repetition of...

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Row, Row, Row Your Boat

LEVEL1:  BEGINNER A well-known nursery rhyme which combines the floating feeling of ultimate happiness with the gentle movements of water, paddles and aquatic animals. a...

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The Origin of Strawberries

Have you ever wondered how strawberries came into being? Let your learners read this book and find out how native Americans explain this in their…

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