SWPS Virtual Story Library
You can find MAGIC wherever you look. Sit back and RELAX, all you need is a BOOK! – Dr. Seuss
The Sleep Sheep – by Anna McQuinn and Hannah Shaw
Join Miss Stonehouse to see if Sylvie ever gets to sleep!
Penguin – written and illustrated by Polly Dunbar
Join Miss Stonehouse to find out what funny things Ben does to try and get his penguin to talk!
Penguin Problems – written by Jory John and illustrated by Lane Smith
Join Miss Stonehouse for a funny story that reminds us to appreciate the lovely things around us.
Hairy Maclary’s Rumpus At The Vet – written and illustrated by Lynley Dodd
Join Miss Stonehouse to find out what mischief the animals get up to at the vet!
The Terrible Greedy Fossifoo – written and illustrated by Charles Fuge
Join Miss Stonehouse for a beautifully illustrated story about caring for our planet.
I Want My Hat Back – written and illustrated by Jon Klassen
Join Miss Stonehouse for a hilarious story that requires a little bit of reading between the lines!
Hoot Owl – written by Sean Taylor and illustrated by Jean Jullien
Join Miss Stonehouse for this hilarious story to find out what Hoot Owl eventually gobbles up for dinner!
Robin Hood – from Magical Myths and Legends chosen by Michael Morpurgo
Join Mr. Elwood for this timeless classic!
Underpants Wonderpants – written by Peter Bently and Deborah Melmon
Join Mrs. Kawonza for a hilarious rhyming story. Who will the superhero dog rescue?
Alan’s Big, Scary Teeth – written by Jarvis
Join Miss Shah for a sidesplittingly funny story about an alligator!
One Is a Snail Ten Is a Crab – written by April Pulley Sayre and Jeff Sayre, illustrated by Randy Cecil
Join Miss Stonehouse for this fun animal filled book about how numbers can be made in different ways!
The Trouble With Dragons – by Debi Gliori
Join Miss Stonehouse for this rhyming story with an important message.
I went to the Zoopermarket – by Nick Sharratt
Join Miss Stonehouse for a shopping trip where you will find some unusual wild animals!
The Perfect Hug – by Joanna Walsh and Judi Abbot
Join Miss Stonehouse for this upbeat rhyming story about HUGS!
Angelo – written and illustrated by Quentin Blake
Join Miss Stonehouse for a heart-warming story about friendship set in Italy.
The Cloudspotter – written and illustrated by Tom McLaughlin
Join Miss Stonehouse for a beautifully illustrated story about friendship. Keep an eye out for all the shapes you can spot in the clouds!
A Squash and a Squeeze – written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler
Join Mr. Cross for a fantastic musical rendition of this hilarious farmyard tale.
Little Blue Truck – written by Alice Schertle and illustrated by Jill McElmurry
Join Miss Stonehouse for an upbeat rhythmic story filled with animal sounds.
The Long-Nosed Pig – written by Keith Faulkner and illustrated by Jonathan Lambert
Join Miss Stonehouse for a fun pop-up adventure to find out why pigs say “Oink”!
Hen’s Feathers – written by Katherine Sully and illustrated by Frank Endersby
Join Mrs. Farouk for a thought-provoking story. What lesson have you learned?
King Jack and the Dragon – by Peter Bently and Helen Oxenbury
Join Miss Stonehouse for this tale of a child’s imagination!
Daft Bat – by Tony Ross and Jeanne Willis
Join Miss Stonehouse for this topsy turvy tale!
The Noisy Noisy Farm – by Stephanie Stansbie and Veronica Vasylenko
Join Miss Stonehouse to find out why the cockerel wasn’t cock-a-doodle-doooooooooooing!
Harris Finds His Feet – written and illustrated by Catherine Rayner
Join Miss Stonehouse for a light-hearted story about growing up.
Ruby’s Worry – written and illustrated by Tom Percival
Join Miss Stonehouse for a wonderfully illustrated story which shows you what you can do when you are feeling worried.
Zog – written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler
Join Mr. Cross for a musical rendition of this dragon-filled story!
Aliens in Underpants Save the World – written by Claire Freedman and illustrated by Ben Court
Join Mrs. Kawonza to find out if the crazy aliens can save Planet Earth!
The Gruffalo – written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Sheffler.
Join Mr. Cross for a magnificent musical rendition of this well-known story.
Augustus And His Smile – written and illustrated by Catherine Rayner
Join Mrs. Holyoak on a journey to find the tiger’s smile. What animals will you meet along the way?