Can Jack save his granny from the 'moozles'? Listen to Mr Churn read this great adventure by Julia Donaldson to find out. (and see if you can spot 5 of Mr Churn's 'deliberate' mistakes!)
Arthur by Amanda Graham Read by Mr Patchett
Arthur is just an ordinary brown dog which nobody wants so he practices being other, more popular pets.
One Clever Creature by Joseph Ellis read by Mrs Kaylor
All around the world animals do AMAZING things. Some can swim, others can fly; some can dig deep or jump really high. But tigers can't hold hands, hippos can't wave, goats can't paint pictures, frogs can't hug. But there is one very clever creature who can do all these wonderful things.
Peace at Last by Judith Murphie Read by Mrs Patchett
The hour was late and Mr Bear was tired. But he could not sleep – however he tried and wherever he tried. SNORE, SNORE went Mrs Bear. TICK-TOCK, TICK-TOCK went the clock. Would he never get to sleep?
Freddie and the Fairy by Julia Donaldson read by Mrs Rose
Freddie is desperate for a pet, so when he rescues Bessie-Belle and she offers to grant his wishes he knows just what to ask for. The only problem is that Bessie-Belle can't hear very well, and Freddie tends to mumble. Whatever can they do? Luckily the Fairy Queen is on hand to explain . . .
The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds read by Ms Pardoe
"Just make a mark and see where it takes you." Vashti says she can't draw. Her teacher thinks she can. She knows that there's a creative spirit in everyone and where there's a dot there's a way...
The Night the Stars Went Out by Suz Hughes read by Mrs Brown
Alien was the star controller for the entire galaxy, which was a big job for a very little alien. One night something disastrous happens, and Alien faces the biggest problem of his life. Will Alien be able to fix the stars?
Hello. Goodbye. by David LLoyd read by Mrs Fisher-Jones
A tree stood quietly in the sunshine. A big brown bear stepped up. "Hello!" he said very loudly. "Hello! Hello", come little voices, squeaky voices and deep-down voices, from all over the tree. But it begins to rain, and what do you think they say?