One two three and away book set
One, Two, Three and Away - Yellow Books Set | eBayThe corner of our school hall was also the school library, and there was an entire shelf of these little white books arranged neatly, in order, on the bookshelves. You would borrow one of the books, take it home and read it with an adult. They were split into different levels of reading abilities, starting with pre-schoolers and early readers, and ending with the colour coded series of Blue, Green, Red and Yellow, though whether this is in level of relative difficulty I do not know. I also have no idea what the top end of the reading age scale was intended to be, but I would guess somewhere in the year old range. The first character you met in these books was Roger Red Hat. So synonymous with the series was this character that the range of books was usually referred to by most children as the Roger Red Hat books, rather than One, Two, Three and Away. Roger was a happy little chappy who always word a red hat, that looked something like a beret, a green waistcoat and a spotty red neckerchief.
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One Two Three and Away
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Illustrated mostly by Ferelith Eccles Williams and published by Collins in the s—90s. The books were written at a number of levels of increasing difficulty for those learning to read. After the Pre-readers and Introductory book, there are 4 coloured sections, in increasing order of difficulty, blue, red, green, yellow. Accompanying the red, green and yellow levels there are the Main Readers following a loose story arc, in pink are aligned with red books, with the green, and with the yellow. Directed by Mark Taylor and produced by Bristol-based animation studio A Productions, the video consisted of drawn animation sequences, on screen games and songs. It was executive produced by Dan Maddicott at United Media. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.