These fascinating Read with Oxford collections of non-fiction texts are perfect for helping children develop their reading skills. The texts are phonics-based and have been specially written so that your 3–8-year-old child can read them on their own. Enter our competition to win six brand new Read with Oxford non-fiction collections!
From animals with incredible superpowers to marvellous moments throughout history, each book is packed full of amazing facts, intriguing ideas, and stunning photography. The texts focus on children’s favourite non-fiction subjects and support the National Curriculum topics they’ll be covering in school.
Fun after-reading activities will help you get the most out of the texts, and you’ll also find lots of advice for how you can help your child with reading non-fiction, including support on how to use the key features of the books, like the contents, glossary, and index pages.
Win a non-fiction book bundle!
To celebrate the addition of six colourful new titles to our Read with Oxford Non-fiction collections, we’re offering one lucky winner the chance to win all six books in a special prize bundle.
As lots of the books are full of fascinating facts about the animal kingdom, for your chance to win, simply comment on the pinned competition post at the top of the Oxford Owl Facebook page telling us your child’s favourite animal.
UK residents only. Entry closes at 11.59pm on Sunday 26th January 2020.
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About Read with Oxford
Read with Oxford offers an exciting range of carefully levelled reading books to build your child’s reading confidence. It has been specially designed by our reading experts with parents in mind, using easy-to-follow Stages to help you choose which books to use at home to support your child – from their first steps in phonics all the way through to being independent readers.
Explore the books, get advice on how to help your child learn to read, and find lots of fun activities to engage and support them on Oxford Owl.
Not sure which Read with Oxford Stage is right for your child?
Try our simple test
- Read a free Stage 4 Read with Oxford non-fiction eBook: ‘Colour Codes’ from Incredible Animals
- Read with Oxford non-fiction online activities and printable activity sheets
- Read the blog: A case for non-fiction
Explore the new Read with Oxford non-fiction collections
Please note: all book links lead to more information on Amazon.co.uk
Find out about amazing people and moments from history in this collection of five fascinating non-fiction texts.
Discover how travel has become faster and faster, meet some incredible geniuses, and discover how some mistakes led to amazing scientific discoveries and inventions.