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An ever expanding library of world-renowned titles for children aged 2-9.

A handpicked selection of over 400 children's books from the very best publishers around the world.


Early Readers

Graded Reading Levels

STEM & STEAM learning

Aesop Fables


At Oxford, they're here to help children love reading from the start.

With Oxford's award-winning, hand-picked list of engaging and entertaining fiction and picture books, they offer books, advice, and support to help children achieve their full potential.

Oxford is also the number one provider of literacy and maths resources in United Kingdom schools.

Biff, Chip & Kipper Collection

Brand new characters stories topic-linked to fascinating non-fiction to help your children develop a love of reading across both genres.


Picture Books

Perfect picture books to capture the imagination of young boys and girls.

Story Sparks

36 brand new emotionally powerful stories to deepen children's comprehension skills. Now covers Oxford levels 1 to 11, Book Bands Lilac to Lime.

TreeTops Greatest Stories

A timeless collection to capture our literary heritage.

A rich series stories, handpicked by world famous author Michael Morpurgo, to enthral children and develop and extend their reading experiences.

Oxford Reading Tree Traditional Tales

Timeless stories with clear phonic progression.

These enchanting tales have been shared for generations and now every child can read them for themselves.

Oxford Reading Tree inFact


These non-fiction titles are designed to take your junior readers beyond fact-finding, and include:

- Powerful emotive texts with stunning photography and illustrations, as well as inside cover notes to deepen comprehension skills.

- Captivating subjects explored in a child-friendly way, all match to the latest UK Curricula and supported by teaching notes.


"The very good thing about the book is that it is about a very relevant theme, bullying and surviving it. Students get involved in discussions eagerly while reading this in class as many could identify with situations themselves. Going beyond language, it is very motivational for learners who are insecure in many ways"

ELI offers three distinct series of graded readers covering CEFR levels A1 to B1 : Young, Teen, and Young Adult.

ELI Graded Readers

An award-winning series of illustrated graded readers complete with pre- and post-reading activities organised into three groups according to age-range and language level : Young ELI Readers, Teen ELI Readers, Young Adult ELI Readers.

Young ELI Readers

• Five pages of exercise for revision at the end of each book.

• An illustrated dictionary, on the inside of the cover, keeps the vocabulary the student needs within sight at all times

Teen ELI Readers

Before You Read Activities section introduce characters and topics.

After-Reading Activities sections, at the end of each chapter, help memorisation and comprehension.

United States

Today, Teacher Created Materials is a leading educational publisher with products that are used in classrooms in all 50 states and in 89 countries. Everything we publish is still created by teachers for teachers and students because we still believe that no one knows what teachers need more than other teachers and we know that all students can become lifelong learners. And each year we provide professional development to over 10,000 teachers, helping them to perfect their craft.

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Tuula Pere, Founder of WickWick has written and published some 30 children’s books, which have been translated into several languages.


She has been active in cooperation with two big children’s art schools (Espoo School of Art and Kirkkonummi School of Art). As a result of the joint efforts, three poem books, illustrated by children have been published and exhibitions arranged.


She has also arranged Wickwick Book and Illustration Exhibitions - e.g. in cultural centers Annantalo and Malmitalo, in Helsinki and Old Wasa Bank, in Kaskinen. She has also written song lyrics for children and participated in that role at the finals of the Annual Children’s Song Contest in Salo.

Aesop's Fables, credited towards an ancient Greek storyteller, has survived through centuries and multiple adaptations, reinterpretations and artistic expressions.

Anchoring the core narrative, these noble values are meant to deliver lessons to their audience. 


As part of our homegrown project, local artists and authors had to reimagine and recreate these stories based on contemporary Asian culture. 


The environment and character base had to be designed accurately from an architectural, geographical, cultural or ecological perspective, in a manner that we are able to also introduce and teach about Asian cultures in the narrative, all while highlighting values that transcend time and space.


Local publishers & independent authors

Your child can be exposed to different cultures, see new places, and with built-in narration, immerse in spoken language and even familiarise themselves with different accents.

Coming Soon

Coming Soon

Where is my red ball? Yusof Gajah

Where is my red ball?


By Yusof Gajah

Tulip - The Dog that Ate Nightmares

Tulip : The Dog that Ate Nightmares

Written by: Quek  Sue Yian

Illustrated by : Khairul Azmir Shoib

Puteri Gunung Ledang

Puteri Gunung Ledang

By Emily Yusof

Where is Owly?

Where is Owly?

By Mohd Khairul Azman Ismail

Under The Sea Children's Book

Under The Sea

By Nor Azhar Ishak

The MoonLight Princess

Fun at the Opera


By Norico Chua

The Star Factory

Written by: Gowri Paary

Illustrated by : Doreen Chew



Written by: Quek  Sue Yian

Illustrated by : Khairul Azmir Shoib

My Mother's Kitchen

My Mother's Kitchen

By Emily Yusof

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By Yusof Gajah

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Lil' Guardian Alphabet

By Yusof Gajah

Dill the Littl Elephant

Dill the Little Elephant

Retold By Ming & Volker

Illustrated by Yusof Gajah

My brother is a Bear

My Brother is a Bear

By Hsulynn Pang

Longhouse Days

Longhouse Days

By Jainal Amambing

Do Noses Grow Long When Lies are Told?

Do Noses Grow Long When Lies are Told?

Story by C.K.Koh & Quek Sue Yian

Illustrated by CK.Koh

Why Don't I look like you?

Why Don't I Look Like You?

By Abyan Junus-Nishizawa & Farah Landemaine

Illustrated by Cecillia Hidayat

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The Yellow Lion & The Blue Lion

By Norico Chua

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The Magic Bird

Written by Ken Spillman

Illustrated by Malavika PC

& many more exciting titles for your child.

What is Graded Reading Levels?

About Lexile

The Lexile Framework for Reading is a scientific approach that places both the reader and text on the same developmental scale, making it easy to connect your child with books targeted to their reading ability.

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About CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference)

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is an international standard for describing language ability.


It describes language ability on a six-point scale, from A1 for beginners, up to C2 for those who have mastered a language.


This makes it easy for anyone involved in language teaching and testing, such as teachers or learners, to see the level of different qualifications. It also means that employers and educational institutions can easily compare our qualifications to other exams in their country.

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