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The following suggestions contain picture books, poetry, first readers and chapter books to appeal to a wide variety of children in KS1 year 2 classes in UK primary schools. These recommended books consist of a range Wedgie girl stories fiction titles to appeal to ability ranges including the less able, the more able, reluctant readers and struggling readers. This list includes year 2 books suitable for individual reading, reading with siblings, class reading, support groups, book clubs, reading corners, for reading aloud and performance, and paired reading.

This fantastically illustrated and highly original hardback presents fairy tale villains in forensic and scientific detail! The wolf, witch and giant are dissected with a series of clues, strengths, weaknesses, personality traits and physical attributes. A spectacular and interactive book like no other, this is a great text to inspire children to create monstrous characters in KS1 and KS2 creative writing. With fast-paced dialogue, strong female characters and lots of action, this bestselling story from Sweden is a fun read for children in year 2 who are beginning to tackle chapter books independently.

The second in the Bug Belly series, Froggy Rescue is a clever adventure for year-olds that blends laugh out loud moments and a fast pace with eye-catching diagrams and illustrations. The highly engaging text will appeal to both emerging and reluctant readers, and the punchy dialogue is ideal to read aloud in a classroom. Add in some poo monsters and these books surefire winners that provide a good option for children moving away from reading schemes in year 2.

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The Salty Dogs are a band of pirates constantly on the lookout for riches and treasure. Along the way, they meet outrageous sea monsters and a ship full of monkeys. The illustrations are filled with clever details and speech bubbles which are ideal for helping develop imagination. This is an ideal book for year 2 children who are enthralled by pirate stories.

With an eye-catching cover and provocative title, this book is bound to appeal to reluctant readers in year 2. The artwork is stunning, taking the reader on an imaginative journey through fantastical places including outer space and a luminous green sewer — all told in rhythmic rhyming couplets which will encourage reading out loud. A classic picture book for younger readers. When Hannah asks for a Gorilla for her birthday, she gets more than she bargained for — a real gorilla appears and takes her on a mesmerising and unexpected journey.

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This is a good book to help spark imaginative ideas from year 2 pupils to then discuss, model and use in creative writing. There are some hysterically funny descriptions of eating and babies. Ideal to read to your child in year 2 — this book is guaranteed to cause fits of the giggles. This fascinating and unusual picture book story tells the story of Olga, a kiosk owner who spends so long in her workplace she becomes part of it.

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When two shoplifters strike, to the surprise of passers-by Olga uproots and makes chase — still attached to her kiosk. An unfortunate encounter with a dog on a bridge le to a surprisingly happy ending. Quite unlike anything else you will read this year, this highly illustrated story is one of those books where children will spot or realise something new each time they reread it.

Not only does Will struggle to get any attention with four other brothers in the house, his mother decides to send them all to the library — in the holidays! But unexpectedly, things take a sharp turn for the better. A more challenging addition to your class library of books for year two and a great book for teachers or parents to read aloud.

A charming and heart-warming story about Alan and Bertram, who live next door to each other.

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Wedgie girl stories fiction teachers will see lots of opportunities to inspire pastel work using the illustrations as an impetus. Mr Majeika is no ordinary teacher. He arrives each day by magic carpet and turns the class clown into a frog. School is never the same again. This imaginative short chapter book is a good starting point for encouraging children to try longer texts in year two. The rich language provides a good impetus for creative writing and this short novel is ideal for class reading in Year 2. Ideal to read and discuss with your child in year 2.

A very funny story which will appeal to all abilities. A magical picture book, with few words, where naughty frogs fly on magic lily p to surprise people in all sorts of unexpected ways. Incredible artwork makes this an ideal year 2 book for imaginative storytelling, especially with emerging readers. Philip flies to a magical island with his enchanted kite and meets a world of Beavers. But all is not well — many of the beavers have been imprisoned by the evil Oyin, and only Philip can save them.

A cracking -turner for more confident six-year older readers. A fun and engaging story about a lion who just wants to thank the villagers for feeding him — only for chaos to ensue. Beautifully illustrated in pen and ink. A classic picture book, and ideal for independent or paired reading in year 2. A Little Princess, cannot get to sleep because of a roaring dragon, a clanking knight, and a stomping giant outside her window.

An easier read for pupils in year 2, and a good choice for paired reading with younger siblings. Ideal for reluctant readers to read aloud and discuss. Triangle is looking to get one up on his friend Square. But Square has other ideas. Clever and engaging with memorable illustrations.

Full of snot, slime, smells, and much revoltingness, this book is bound to appeal to reluctant readers. Mrs Wobble has her dream job — as a waitress — with one small problem. Her wobble. Faced with a jelly, she wibbles and wobbles and mayhem ensues. The sheer fun and great use of alliteration and rhyme make this a great book to read around the class or perform. Two boys hypnotise their headteacher and create an alter ego — Captain Underpants — with Wedgie girl stories fiction power — fighting for good against evil. With eye-catching and cartoon-like illustrations, this book is sure to be a hit with reluctant readers.

Possibly most evil teacher in the world gets her comeuppance in style thanks to Junkyard, Pencil and Spider who come up with a cunning plan.

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This fun story works well as a class reader or a read-aloud for the end of the day. Sam has quite a boring life, that is until he finds out his mother used to be a pirate.

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One day, after breakfast, he sets off on an unforgettable adventure. A favourite book for Year 2 children, this story is a laugh out loud funny text for reading in storytime. Pirate school is a little different to an ordinary school. Lessons include learning how to walk the plank and hand to hand fighting.

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A funny story that will appeal to reluctant readers. A crazy story about Billy, who wants to own a sweet shop, and the Ladderless Window Cleaning Company run by a giraffe, a pelly and a monkey. A good introduction to Roald Dahl books for younger readers moving away from structured reading schemes.

Malcolm is a normal boy, but all those around him a slightly strange. An ideal book for Year 2 children to read out loud. Traditional fairy tales, such as Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs are reworked in these extremely funny stories about a wolf who has some trouble making pancakes.

Could you choose between the Land of Birthdays and the Land of Toys? This is a classic and captivating story set in a magical land. At home, Clarice has to put up with her annoying younger brother, a really moody older brother and a grandfather who pours soup on his corn flakes. A very funny story about Clarice, who just wants peace and quiet. Babar, an elephant, escapes from hunters by travelling to the city, where he learns a lot.

On his return to the forest, he is crowned King of the Elephants. A great easy reader book for Year 2 pupils. A stunning adventure story about Nym, who lives on a beautiful desert island with her friends Jack, Fred, Selkie and Chica. However, disaster strikes when Jack vanishes, and suddenly Nym needs all the help she can get. Each night, the mysterious Tear Thief takes away all the tears from every unhappy.

What where does the Tear Thief go, and what happens to all the tears? A useful addition to your books for Wedgie girl stories fiction pupils to discuss — especially during circle time. The four Penderwicks sisters are all very different. When their father takes them on holiday to a huge country house, they embark on adventures none of them will ever forget.

A great series of books for KS1 libraries, and ideal to read to a Year 2 class. Presented as a series of s, this story is easy to read and very funny. If you liked our list of year 2 books, why not try our Books for Year 1 reading list or our list Wedgie girl stories fiction recommended picture books. We also have a great list of pirate-themed books for topics in year 2.

For even more books for 6-year-olds, see this list. For more difficult titles, try our Books for Year 3 reading list. K SmouhaCarol. For book prices and ordering, click on the cover image. International orders. Inside the Villains by Clotilde Perrin This fantastically illustrated and highly original hardback presents fairy tale villains in forensic and scientific detail! Bug Belly Froggy Rescue by Paul Morton The second in the Bug Belly series, Froggy Rescue is a clever adventure for year-olds that blends laugh out loud moments and a fast pace with eye-catching diagrams and illustrations.

Gorilla by Anthony Browne A classic picture book for younger readers. The Kiosk by Anete Melece This fascinating and unusual picture book story tells the story of Olga, a kiosk owner who spends so long in her workplace she becomes part of it. The Legend of Spud Murphy by Eoin Colfer Not only does Will struggle to get any attention with four other brothers in the house, his mother decides to send them all to the library — in the holidays!

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