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TreeTops Chucklers

TreeTops Chucklers

Humorous stories to put a smile on the faces of your junior readers

This series of funny short stories, anthologies (poetry and jokes) and comics is perfect for encouraging children to read for pleasure, making it ideal for the National Curriculum.

TreeTops Chucklers will prove to even the most reluctant readers that reading is fun - especially as humour and comedy have recently been confirmed as the most popular genre among young readers.

  • Series editor is best-selling award-winning children's author Jeremy Strong
  • Introduces juniors to different styles of writing for a rich and varied experience
  • Beautifully illustrated by some of the best known children's illustrators
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Series contains:

  • 35 laugh-out-loud books
  • Oxford Reading Tree Levels 9 to 20
  • Titles include: Making monsters Happy, Parrots of the Caribbean and Comic Capers
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What does TreeTops Chucklers deliver?

Structure chart

Course Structure

Course Structure for TreeTops Chucklers

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Building an Outstanding Reading School (video)

James Clements introduces his six strategies for achieving the ultimate goal - children who can read and choose to read

Don't Eat Soup With Your Fingers

Access your free digital collection of hilarious poetry, edited by Jeremy Strong

Take a look inside one of the books

Read some sample pages of The Trials of Ruby P. Baxter, Oxford Level 16, and see how even the most reluctant reader will love these books

Take a look at the supporting Teaching Notes

Use the accompanying teaching notes to encourage your juniors to discuss and delve deeper into each hilarious story

Why Chucklers gets the Verdict: LOL

Read the Teach Primary review of TreeTops Chucklers and see why children 'Laugh Out Loud'