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Project X Alien Adventures: Series 1 Collection - 31 Books (Collection)

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6 years +

Packed with fantastic artwork and ideal for preparing Year 2 schoolchildren aged 6 and above as they look to tackle their very first chapter books, our Project X Alien Adventures Collection is full of fun stories, activities and facts that will help young readers build their confidence in reading at Oxford Reading Level 7 and then progress right through to Level 11.

Badlaw and his army of robotic Krools are taking over Planet Exis. Now Exis's only chance for freedom is for Nok and micro-friends Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger to save the day, free Exis from Badlaw and save Nok's parents, too!

Gripping and sure to have even the most reluctant reader wanting to turn the pages and read on, this huge collection of 31 books is specially written by the creators of the Oxford Reading Tree (Biff, Chip and Kipper) to encourage children to enjoy reading independently.

This 31-book collection covers Oxford Reading Tree Levels 7 to 11 (book bands Turquoise, Purple, Gold, White and Lime). It is suitable for children in Year 2/P3.

Please note the books in this collection vary in size. The dimensions stated are for the wallet that the books are presented in.


Titles in this collection (1-10 of 31)
  • Ant's Pact - Elen Caldecott
  • The Sands of Akwa - Elen Caldecott
  • Holo-board Havoc - Elen Caldecott
  • The Trap - Mike Brownlow
  • The Secret Whirlpool - Elen Caldecott
  • Race to the Pyramid - Karen Ball
  • The Screams of the Raptiss - Elen Caldecott
  • One Step Ahead - Karen Ball
  • Chamber of Treasures - Karen Ball
  • Space Hunt - James Noble

Product Details

  • Product code: PXAA
  • ISBN: 9780192739841
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Format: Collection
  • Dimensions: 21.8cm x 33.0cm
  • Pages: Varies
  • Book points: 19

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Excellent books -

My 5 yo son has always been a little reluctant to read, but he LOVES these books. We take it in turns to read. I thought this would never happen, but I actually have to stop him reading so he can go to sleep. Last night he said "please can we read another one, I'm busting to find out what happens next"! A highly recommended series!

Mum of 3 boys , Wed Nov 08 12:53:43 GMT 2017

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Glad to buy these books. -

My 5-year-old DS enjoys reading these books. He has interest in a spaceship and alien adventures and these books are exactly of his interest. Before buying these series, I was worried whether DS would like to read it or not but I am glad that he enjoys every single page of it. I would definitely recommend these series.

Nida , Wed Sep 27 14:36:37 BST 2017

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Fantastic books to encourage reading -

My son started reading these a few months ago aged 5, he cannot get enough of them and reads nearly a book an night. I assist but he insists on reading independently. The stories are great, imaginative, fabulously written and illustrated with brilliant bright and detailed graphics. This has encouraged him no end, increased his vocabulary and most importantly kept him focused even on the challenging words. He is delighted I purchased the second series in the books. Oxford reading Tree I salute you

Veronaoperafan , Thu Sep 21 07:52:18 BST 2017

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Excellent book series! More like this please. -

I cannot rate these Project X Planet Exis books (series 1 and 2) highly enough. My 3 and 5 year old boys have been obsessed with our reading these to them (and the two introduction A4 size books) for the last six months, and we live in a fantasy land of finding "fragments of the core of Exis" in the park. Obviously as actual reading books they are a bit hard for my 5 year old to read himself, but they are enjoyable to read out loud, even on repeat (we've done the whole series about 4 times), with lovely pictures, and I'm sure we'll get them out again in a few months when he gets to being able to read the first levels. The gradual introduction of new words like "oblivion" (which I admit I had to look up the actual definition of) really expands their vocabulary too. I now recommend books these to all my friends, particularly given the price of the two sets. It is worth reading the backstory in the A4 size books which come with the sets and then the series 1 and 2 in chronological order, to avoid confusion. I am now on the hunt for similarly engaging books....... I had initially tried the Time Chronicles ones, but they didn't like them at all as they found the pictures too scary so I had to give those away.

Nicky , Thu Sep 07 20:36:28 BST 2017

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These were the turning point to loving reading -

This series (1 & 2) was the start of my son loving reading, followed by Beast Quest and then Harry Potter. The Aliens were the easy-reading but addictive set that captured his imagination and put him in his own world of reading whereas it had been the dreaded homework before this point.

They probably aren't written in the most challenging English but from my perspective they were perfect as he just got the bug and hasn't looked back, although he has read the set again recently - just for fun!

Bealz , Sun Jul 02 10:48:44 BST 2017

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