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Succeeding in Reading | Book Bands Blue to Lime

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This collection is filled to the brim with preposterously fun stories that children will genuinely enjoy. Each title has been hand-picked to establish literacy skills and a love of reading at a young age.

  • Lots of humour, a hugely popular genre that appeals to all children
  • Each book has been read cover to cover so you can rest assured the content is suitable for primary aged children.
  • Huge array of all-time favourite authors, including Mo Willems, Julia Donaldson, Jeremy Strong, Sally Nicholls, Joanna Nadin, Alan Gibbons and Vivian French.

All the titles included in this collection have been banded from Blue to Lime.

Book band colours typically follow a progression from easiest to most difficult, though there can be slight variations between publishers with year group correlations. Here's a common sequence:

  • Blue/Green Book Band (Expected Year 1, Aged 5–6): Sentences become more complex with a wider range of vocabulary.
  • Orange/Turquoise/Purple Book Band (Expected Year 1/Year 2, Aged 6–7): Longer sentences with more complex structures and new vocabulary.
  • Gold/White Book Band (Expected Year 2, Aged 6–7): Introduction of chapters and longer narratives.
  • Lime Book Band (Expected Year 2/Year 3, Aged 7–8): More challenging vocabulary and concepts.

Take a look at our Book Bands Chart to see details of emerging, expected and confident exceeding levels for each age and year group. Children will work through the levels during the school year so it’s important not to worry about gaining each level but to promote reading enjoyment and discuss any concerns with their teacher.

At School Bargain Bookshop, we provide discounted books for students and bargain books collections curated by our experienced team. We offer these at reduced prices, helping schools stretch their budget further.