Primary schools up and down the country use book bands for primary age groups to help easily identify both fiction, and non-fiction books for a specific reading ability. Applying a coloured book band to a book means that children have free choice to independently choose a book they want to read when their teacher assigns them a colour to look out for. Children are much more likely to want to read a book of their choosing, so this system is great for creating an interest and a love for books and reading.
Laburnum House has a huge selection of books which we have categorised using the reading book band system. We stock books which are suitable for nursery aged children, the pink and red bands, all the way up to children in year 6, who will be hopefully competently reading dark blue and dark red banded books by the time they finish the year. With over two decades of experience supplying schools with books and literature, we have a good understanding of what children enjoy reading and what topics need to be covered in the national curriculum, with the use of our primary school book bands, that help create ease for both teachers and young students.
Our friendly staff are more than happy to help should you have any questions and can draw on their wealth of experience to help guide you to the right books for you and your school should you need the assistance.
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In these two exciting stories, meet a not only naughty, yet muddy dog but also a seriously hungry goat, named Nell who goes on a picnic but would rather eat other things! Within these two texts includ..
The story of Bam-Boo features the endearing fictional character, named Bam, a panda who loves to hide but will you be able to find him? With the featured story of I wish, including an enchanting, magi..
Introducing every young reader into English learning, the right way. With these two red levelled texts firstly contains, Buzz, which is all about a bug that is trapped in the house and won't stop maki..
The “Cool Duck” helps all of his friends cool down on a hot summers day, whilst in “Lots Of Hats” a dog appears to have on many hats! In this set of two highly humorous stories includes the intricate ..
A funny, exciting series for younger readers, by the bestselling Vivian French and David Melling.Sam J. Butterbiggins has one wish: to become a Very Noble Knight. But he's been packed off to his aunt ..
Including the character of Meg and her treasure hunting rat! They explore what is around them with their big map but what will they find? And Nat, who is having a picnic but now that everyone has foun..
Uniquely illustrated to engage every young reader within their English learning, Ned In Bed introduces the character of Ned who is in his bed but some animals want to join him too! Fun At The Park is ..
Our early reader duo stories are perfect to incorporate related storylines within an enjoyable, yet highly educating reading format, including bright illustrations and superb content. These are the ch..
What shall we do with the shrunken sailor? Short John Silver has a map to buried treasure but no ship to sail in. So with the help of Captain Poopdeck and his motley pirate crew, he sets out to seek h..