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The Usborne Reading Programme is a collection of over
200 titles for beginner readers, graded in series.
Lively writing and illustration across a range of subjects,
both fact and fiction, help to build confidence and create
a lifelong enjoyment of reading.

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A guide for teachers and parents
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Usborne Reading Programme

A guide for teachers and parents


Contents About the Usborne
About the Usborne Reading Programme 3
Reading Programme
Notes for teachers 5 The Usborne Reading Programme was launched
The Reading Programme experts 6 in 2002, and has since sold over 10 million books
The Usborne Reading Programme Framework 8 worldwide. The programme consists of seven levels,
First Reading: Level One 12 within which a wide variety of titles is designed to
First Reading: Level Two 14 capture the imagination and build the confidence of
First Reading: Level Three 16 beginner readers, and also to motivate and inspire those
First Reading: Level Four 18 who find reading difficult or dull.

Young Reading: Series One 20 Level by Level


Young Reading: Series Two 22 From one level to the next, there is a gradual but clear
Young Reading: Series Three 24 progression in terms of subject, style, narrative length,
CD, DVD and CD-ROM editions 26 sentence structure and vocabulary, giving children
the satisfaction of mastering real books and making
Lexile levels and book bands 27
measurable progress without overstretching them and
Titles available 28
causing them to lose enthusiasm.
Superb quality books Illustration
by Mauro
The Usborne Reading Programme combines vivid, Evangelista
from The
Illustration by engaging writing with captivating full-colour Wizard of Oz
Robin Lawrie
from Napoleon illustration on every page, featuring the work
of artists from around the world, together
with superb contemporary and archive
photography. From classic tales to lively
non-fiction, and from exquisite
watercolours to cartoons, there is
something to appeal to everyone.
Supported by experts
The Usborne Reading Programme
Notes for teachers
has been developed in consultation
with Alison Kelly, a leading expert The Usborne Reading Programme is a valuable addition
in early years education, who helped to to the English language teacher’s resources:
draw up the seven-level framework (see pages • Lively writing and superb illustration capture the
8–11). Alison assesses and advises on all titles as they reader’s interest, and motivate and encourage to
are prepared for publication. Many non-fiction titles also read on and read more
draw on the expertise of a range of specialists in their
• The seven-level framework (see pages 8–11) allows
subject areas. A number of these tie in with key topics in
pupils to progress and gain confidence level by
the UK National Curriculum, especially for history.
level, not only in terms of overall length but also
For children - for parents - for schools complexity of plot, sentence structure, vocabulary
The Usborne Reading Programme is an outstanding and grammatical structure
success all round.
• The wide variety of subjects and genres offers
• Children are won over by fresh, engaging writing something for everyone, allowing pupils to pursue
and illustration on perennially popular subjects. their own interests – a priceless motivational tool

• Parents can support their children’s reading in • Fluent, well-constructed prose provides a sound
the vital early stages, knowing that the books are model for pupils’ own writing
not only attractive and fun but underpinned by • Audio, DVD and CD-ROM editions offer
Usborne values and a sound framework. top-quality recordings by professional
• Schools can make use of the readers, an excellent model for
books in class, for homework listening and speaking.
and in the library, to stretch
the able and engage those
Illustration by
in need of support. Teri Gower from
The Story of Rome

Illustration by Katie Lovell from


How Elephants Lost their Wings
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The Reading Programme Specialist titles at all levels of the
Reading Programme draw on

Experts
the advice of experts in the
field, including:

Matt Shardlow
Reading consultant Alison Kelly worked of Buglife, the
for many years as a primary school Invertebrate Conservation
teacher in London. She is currently Trust (Bugs)
Illustration by
Principal Lecturer in English Education at Gillian Bardsley of the British
Daniela Scarpa
from Bugs
Roehampton University in London, teaching Motor Industry Heritage Trust
about all aspects of literacy. She is co-editor of the (The Story of Cars)
successful textbooks Reading Under Control and
Cally Blackman of the Victoria and
Writing Under Control, and has also written teaching Albert Museum, London Illustration by
materials for young children. (The Revealing Story of Underwear)
David Cuzik
from Nelson
Alison helped us to establish the principles which
Illustration by
Alan Munson of Viridor Waste
underpin the Usborne Reading Programme: exciting, Nilesh Mistry
from The Management (The Story of Rubbish)
engaging narrative that not only appeals to readers Revealing
Story of
but provides a model for their own writing, and Underwear Colin White of the National Maritime
lively, detailed design and illustration that adds its Museum, London (Nelson)
own dimension to the text. She helped to set up a Eva Schloss, stepsister of Anne Frank
framework for the seven levels, covering themes, (Anne Frank)
story length, language and grammar structures.
Terry Charman of the Imperial
Lastly, she reads all titles at draft stage and in their War Museum, London
final version. (The Story of Spying)
Illustration by
Uwe Mayer from
The Stinking Story of
Rubbish

Illustration by
Adam Larkum from
The Story of Cars
The Usborne Reading Programme Framework
Number Number Words per Sentence
Content
of pages of words page length
Short single narrative up to up to 10 on average
followed by reading and 32
150 (1–3 lines) 2–8 words
comprehension puzzles
Single narrative plus up to up to 20 on average
character sheets and/or 32
250 (2–4 lines) 6–10 words
maps, and puzzles
Single narrative with repeated up to up to 30 on average
elements, plus character sheets 48
450 (2–5 lines) 8–12 words
and/or maps, no puzzles

up to up to 40 on average
Single narrative 48
750 (3–6 lines) 8–15 words

Several linked stories or one


1,000– up to 50 up to 15 words,
longer narrative in chapters.
48 (up to varied length but
Direct and indirect speech, 1,500
10 lines) generally short
intertextual references
Single narrative in chapters.
2,000– up to 70
Introduce irony and subplot, up to 20 words,
64 (up to
allow opportunity for inference 2,500 more varied length
15 lines)
and deduction
up to 120
Single narrative in chapters.
3,000– (up to 20 up to 30 words,
ung Reading programme frameworkAssume some relevant 64
5,000 lines or varied length
background knowledge
full page)


ung Reading programme framework continued overleaf

The Young Reading programme framework


Themes Grammar Vocabulary

Classic tales (e.g. Aesop’s Present and simple past Simple everyday
Fables) and folktales tenses; modal verb can; vocabulary,
comparative adjectives familiar items
As Level One plus future; More descriptive and
As Level One, including less
modal verbs could and must; evocative vocabulary,
familiar folktales
comparatives and superlatives always clear in context
As Level Two plus original As Level Two plus Powerful verbs and
fiction and non-fiction present and past perfect; adjectives, clear in
(natural history life cycles) range of modal verbs context

As Level Three plus More exotic elements


Full range of tenses and controlled use
classic fairy tales
of idiom

Fairy tales, fantasy, fiction, Past tense narratives; avoid Wide-ranging


non-fiction (“the story of…”) passives, embedded clauses, everyday
semicolons and colons vocabulary

More challenging,
As Series One plus Introduce more challenging
building on Series One;
adapted classics sentence structure, including
specialist or technical
embedded clauses
terms explained
Full use of grammatical Building on Series Two,
ung Reading programme framework History, biographies, range, comparable with may assume knowledge
classics mainstream contemporary of specialist or
fiction or general journalism technical terms

The elements above are intended as guidelines only, and exceptions may sometimes be made to individual
ung Reading whilst
programme framework
distinctions between different levels remain clear, specifications in the interests of narrative or style.
The Young Reading10programme framework 11
First Reading
FIRST READING: LEVEL one

Fox was always


Level One
hungry.
Level One titles are designed to be the first real books
a beginner reader will tackle, with very light support
from a parent or teacher. They are 32 pages in length,
comprising the main story (up to 150 words) and
6 pages of fun, reading-related puzzles.
Subjects include classic fables and folktales, with rich
and detailed illustrations designed to foster a lasting
enthusiasm for books and reading.

Illustration by
Mike Gordon from
The Wish Fish
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The Fox and the Crow,
retold by Mairi Mackinnon,
illustrated by Rocío Martínez
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First Reading
FIRST READING: LEVEL TWO

They landed on
Level Two
houses...
Level Two titles stretch the reader a little more
than Level One, with more advanced storylines, more
text and more complicated sentence structure and
vocabulary. They are 32 pages in length, comprising
character pages or maps, the main story (up to 250
words) and reading-related puzzles.
Subjects include less familiar folktales from around
the world, with lively, quirkly illustrations.

Illustration by
Graham Philpot from
The Dragon and the Phoenix

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ac t u a l s i z e
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and fell
right through.
Opposite: from How Elephants Lost
their Wings, retold by Lesley Sims,
illustrated by Katie Lovell
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First Reading
FIRST READING: LEVEL THREE

Then the gingerbread


Level Three
man came to a river.
Level Three titles encourage the reader to develop
reading stamina, increasing to 48 pages consisting
of character sheets or maps and the main story (up
to 450 words). The story includes a strong element of
reprise or repetition, with the familiarity of
repeated language chunks helping the reader to gain
in confidence.
Subjects include classic folktales from around the
world and original fiction, with quirky and humorous
illustrations.

Illustration by
Georgien Overwater
from The Three
Little Pigs

sa m p l e pa g e
ac t u a l s i z e
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He wanted to cross it,


but he couldn’t swim.
Opposite: from
The Gingerbread Man,
retold by Mairi Mackinnon,
illustrated by Elena Temporin
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FirstReading
The Young Reading
FIRST READING: LEVEL FOUR

Percy was sinking fast.


Level Four
experts Just then, he saw a ship.
Level Four titles build readers’ stamina still further,
and are 48 pages entirely devoted to the story (up to
“Help!” he yelled.
750 words). The narrative is more developed, there
is more text on each page, and sentence structure and
vocabulary are more descriptive.
Subjects include classic folk and fairy tales and
original fiction.

Illustration by
Jacqueline East from
The Town Mouse
and the Country Mouse

sample page
actual size
The ship came closer.
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“Please hurry!” he shouted.


The Young Reading programmeSoon it would be too late.
framework Opposite: from
Percy and the Pirates
by Russell Punter,
illustrated by Kate Sheppard
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Young Reading
YOUNG READING: series one

From that day on, Max was


Series One a perfect pupil. Soon he learned
Series One titles are for children who have just started
how to do spells properly. And
reading on their own, and are 48 pages (1,000-1,500 when he grew up, he became a
words) in length. They use fairly short, simple sentences
and everyday vocabulary.
great sorcerer...
Typically, Series One books contain several short
stories or one longer story divided into chapters.
Subjects include classic fables and fairytales, original
contemporary fiction and quirky histories.

Illustration by
Alan Marks from
The Little Mermaid

sa m p l e pa g e
ac t u a l s i z e
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...although he was always a


little afraid of broomsticks.
Opposite: from
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,
retold by Fiona Chandler,
illustrated by Poly Bernatene
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Young Reading
YOUNG READING: series two

“I can’t risk Beauty’s life,” Pierre


Series Two thought. With a heavy heart, he
told the Beast he would return.
Series Two titles are for children who are reading more
Before Pierre left, the Beast put
confidently, and are 64 pages (2,000-2,500 words)
in length. They use varied sentence lengths, more a ruby bridle on the horse’s muzzle.
complex sentence structure and more challenging “He’ll be able to find his way to
vocabulary.
your home and back,” said the
Most Series Two books contain a single narrative
divided into chapters. Subjects include classic tales Beast. “The bridle will guide him.”
and myths, mystery stories and non-fiction.

Illustration by
Mauro Evangelista from
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Alice in Wonderland
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Opposite: from
Beauty and the Beast,
retold by Louie Stowell,
illustrated by Victor Tavares
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Reading
YOUNG READING: series three

Only a narrow

Series
AudioThree
stretch of sea now lay
between Hitler and the British Isles. He
launched an aggressive bombing blitz on
Series Three titles are for fully confident readers who
still need to gain the stamina needed for standard Britain, hoping the heavy casualties would
length books, and are 64 pages (3,000-5,000 words) force them to surrender. But the new British
in length. They use advanced sentence structure Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, was
and vocabulary, and have more complex plots with determined to fight to the end.
subplots. Hitler watched, frustrated, as the

The Young Reading


Series Three books contain one main narrative British air force won the battle of the skies.  
divided into chapters. Subjects include historical events,
Eventually, he gave up and turned his
experts
biographies and simplified versions of classic stories.
attention east. Recklessly breaking his pact  
Illustration by Opposite: from
Barry Ablett Adolf Hitler with Stalin, he now sent his troops into Russia.
from Oliver Twist by Katie Daynes
The Russian troops were slow to respond,
but mighty in number. By November,
German forces were engaged in
bitter warfare, as the temperature
plummeted below freezing.
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Hitler failed to conquer Russia before winter.


His troops suffered in icy conditions.

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actual size
CD, DVD and Lexile levels and
CD-ROM editions book bands
Young Reading CD, DVD and CD-ROM editions make All titles in the Usborne Reading Programme are
the story come alive. They comprise a hardback copy of submitted on publication to determine their Lexile
the book with an accompanying CD or DVD. levels and book bands. These are then made available
Each audio CD contains a dramatic listen-along on the Usborne website, www.usborne.com, and are
version, complete with specially composed music. also shown in the list of titles on the following pages.
Titles in Young Reading Series One and Series Two also Lexile levels are the most widely used measure of
include a read-along version, with a page-turn indicator, readability worldwide. Many popular school tests are
designed to be played as a child follows the story in used to determine a reader's Lexile level; the reader
the accompanying book. DVDs feature lightly animated can then choose books, based on their interests, at a
versions of the stories and dramatised readings with similar or slightly higher level to develop their reading.
music and sound effects. Book bands are used extensively in UK schools
CD-ROM versions feature a larger hardback and an (England and Wales), and correspond to UK National
interactive CD-ROM with free multi-user site licence. Curriculum levels as shown below:
On the CD-ROM are both listen-along and read-along Band 1 Pink Working towards level 1
versions, with scrolling text, plus puzzles and games Band 2 Red Working towards level 1
Band 3 Yellow Level 1C
and an animated character-painting activity.
Band 4 Blue Level 1C-1B
DVD and CD-ROM versions Band 5 Green Level 1B
are suitable for both home Band 6 Orange Level 1A
Band 7 Turquoise Level 1A-2C
use and interactive
Band 8 Purple Level 2C
whiteboards. Band 9 Gold Level 2B
Band 10 White Level 2A
Band 11 Lime Level 3C
Titles available FIRST R E A D I N G : L E V E L T WO

Note: all books are hardback and are produced as gift editions 
with coloured endpapers and ribbon markers

F I RST READING : LEVEL One

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information see page 27. Please note: all titles in  
Young Reading Series Three are above band 11 - Lime.
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F I RST READING : LEVEL TWO FIRST R E A D I N G : L E V E L   T H R Ee

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F I RST READING : LEVEL THRE e First Reading : Level F our

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F irst Reading : L evel Four


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