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Storyteller videos: Chapter books

Take ten minutes out and let our professional storytellers take you on an adventure!

Biff, Chip & Kipper | Julia Donaldson’s Songbirds | Winnie and Wilbur | Traditional Tales | Chapter books | The Story Spinner

Chapter books

Watch professional storytellers read some of our favourite chapter books from Read with Oxford and Story Sparks. Drusilla’s selfish friend Hagbag comes to visit, Clare wins the competition of her dreams, and vegetable-dodger Doug Lugg gets turned into a slug!

The Sand Witch

Drusilla’s friend Hagbag comes to visit, and soon outstays her welcome! A Stage 5 story suitable for children ages 6–8.

Yummy Scrummy

Clare wins the competition of her dreams. But will she share her prize? A Stage 6 story suitable for children ages 7–8.

Doug Lugg Boy Slug

Doug Lugg hates vegetables. He won’t eat carrots, spinach, broccoli or peas… until one night he finds himself transformed into a giant, vegetable-loving slug!

 

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Biff, Chip & Kipper

Join Biff, Chip and Kipper on their adventures with the magic key!

Watch Biff, Chip & Kipper videos

Songbirds

Julia Donaldson, author of The Gruffalo, reads her phonics stories.

Watch Songbirds videos

Winnie and Wilbur

Discover the wacky antics of everyone’s favourite witch and her black cat Wilbur.

Watch Winnie videos

Traditional Tales

Browse a selection of our favourite traditional stories and fairy tales.

Watch Traditional Tales videos

The Story Spinner

Available during school closures, browse these stories from around the world.

Watch The Story Spinner videos

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