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Storyteller videos: Winnie and Wilbur

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Winnie and Wilbur

Join Winnie the Witch and her cat Wilbur on their madcap adventures in these stories from the Read with Oxford range of early readers.

Winnie Goes Batty

Winnie gets some unexpected help from her bat friends when her bossy sister comes for tea. A Stage 5 story suitable for children ages 6–8.

Winnie’s Perfect Pet

Wilbur and Scruff the dog both try to show Winnie the Witch who is the best furry friend. A Stage 6 story suitable for children ages 7–8.

Winnie and Wilbur Meet Santa

Santa gets stuck up the chimney. Winnie and her feline friend Wilbur must step in to save Christmas! Find more Winnie and Wilbur stories and activities.

 

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Biff, Chip & Kipper

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Songbirds

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

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