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ChandelleBooks resources are written by experienced teachers to support the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum for key stages 1 and 2. Suitable for use at home or school, our books focus on the three core subjects taught in schools: English, maths and science.



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Sing for me Papa

“Sing For Me, Papa” is the sweet story of a grandfather singing his granddaughter to sleep for her afternoon nap. Written in third-person point of view, the story follows Papa and Lily as they sing their special nap time song together.

$5.99
For age 8-9
Dejavu Episode 1

Apart from being a thriller, the story, Deja Vu, written in the first-person point of view, is also a mystery. It follows the story of an unnamed protagonist, a student who, in his bid to avoid the frustration encountered at the queues in the banks in his school, decides to read in the school library. This is also his ploy to kill time. 
He immerses himself in a book where a young boy loses his money to a rogue through an act of magnanimity. It is uncanny that he finds himself in the same situation for, while he is reading, he absentmindedly lends his book to a strange student. His school fees are tucked away between two of the pages of the book. When it is time to leave the library, the student is nowhere to be found.

$5.99
For age 9-10
Masked Episode 1

Masked is a crime thriller. It follows the story of a young man, Chinyeaka, who goes in search of his younger brother, Egenti. Egenti went missing before the outbreak of a scourge, and his family believes that he was kidnapped by unknown bandits. The government has imposed a lockdown throughout the country to contain the spread of the deadly virus, and so Chinyeaka and his family wait in apprehension for the lockdown to be eased. 
When the government finally eases the lockdown, subject to the observance of all the protocols put in place to contain the spread of the deadly virus, Chinyeaka embarks on the search again.
At Nkpor Market, there is chaos as people raise alarm over a criminal who is running in Chinyeaka's direction. Irked by the incessant banditry and the fact that his brother is nowhere to be found, he picks a rod nearby and hits the fleeing criminal on the head. Tearing the mask off the criminal's face, he is shocked to discover that he has killed his brother.

$5.99
For age 10-11
Otute Festival Episode 1

Otute Festival, named after the New Yam festival in Awa, a town in the Anambra State of Nigeria, is a satirical story written from the first-person point of view.
The narrator describes Rev. Okoli's vain attempt to change his people's customs which he sees as fetishistic. Rev. Okoli is an indigene of the town and the resident priest of Saint Luke's.
The priest calls the people hypocrites and condemns their customs and traditions. But the people and their customs are like Siamese twins’ — to separate one from the other is risky and may engender conflict and chaos.
Like in  Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart, Rev. Okoli is like the Westerners who have come to tear the people apart by destroying their very essence.
The narrator affirms that his people's customs are like the stripes of a leopard that cannot be erased from the beast's body.

$5.99
For age 11-12
A to Z: Three Letter Words

Practice reading and writing three-letter words with “A to Z: Three Letter Words.” You’ll practice words that start with each letter of the alphabet, and, in the end, you’ll be able to work through the short composition combining several words used throughout the book.

$5.99
For age 6-7
A to Z: Short Sentences & Phrases

Practice reading and writing sight words with “A to Z: Short Sentences and Phrases.” You’ll practice words that start with each letter of the alphabet, and, in the end, you’ll be able to work through the short composition combining several words used throughout the book.

$5.99
For age 6-7
Fruits & Vegetables with ABC Alphabets

We should eat more fruits and vegetables. The fresh fruits and vegetables are the best. If you study with this book, you’ll be able to understand the fruits and vegetables we need every day using the English alphabet. 
There are so many fruits and vegetables at least one for every letter of the alphabet. There are many fruits and vegetables to chose from. Finding a fruit beginning with the letter A to Z.

$5.99
For age 7-8
Dejavu Episode 2

Apart from being a thriller, the story, Deja Vu, written in the first-person point of view, is also a mystery. It follows the story of an unnamed protagonist, a student who, in his bid to avoid the frustration encountered at the queues in the banks in his school, decides to read in the school library. This is also his ploy to kill time. 
He immerses himself in a book where a young boy loses his money to a rogue through an act of magnanimity. It is uncanny that he finds himself in the same situation for, while he is reading, he absentmindedly lends his book to a strange student. His school fees are tucked away between two of the pages of the book. When it is time to leave the library, the student is nowhere to be found.

$5.99
For age 9-10
Dejavu Episode 3

Apart from being a thriller, the story, Deja Vu, written in the first-person point of view, is also a mystery. It follows the story of an unnamed protagonist, a student who, in his bid to avoid the frustration encountered at the queues in the banks in his school, decides to read in the school library. This is also his ploy to kill time. 
He immerses himself in a book where a young boy loses his money to a rogue through an act of magnanimity. It is uncanny that he finds himself in the same situation for, while he is reading, he absentmindedly lends his book to a strange student. His school fees are tucked away between two of the pages of the book. When it is time to leave the library, the student is nowhere to be found.

$5.99
For age 9-10
Masked Episode 2

Masked is a crime thriller. It follows the story of a young man, Chinyeaka, who goes in search of his younger brother, Egenti. Egenti went missing before the outbreak of a scourge, and his family believes that he was kidnapped by unknown bandits. The government has imposed a lockdown throughout the country to contain the spread of the deadly virus, and so Chinyeaka and his family wait in apprehension for the lockdown to be eased. 
When the government finally eases the lockdown, subject to the observance of all the protocols put in place to contain the spread of the deadly virus, Chinyeaka embarks on the search again.
At Nkpor Market, there is chaos as people raise alarm over a criminal who is running in Chinyeaka's direction. Irked by the incessant banditry and the fact that his brother is nowhere to be found, he picks a rod nearby and hits the fleeing criminal on the head. Tearing the mask off the criminal's face, he is shocked to discover that he has killed his brother.

$5.99
For age 10-11
Otute Festival Episode 2

Otute Festival, named after the New Yam festival in Awa, a town in the Anambra State of Nigeria, is a satirical story written from the first-person point of view.
The narrator describes Rev. Okoli's vain attempt to change his people's customs which he sees as fetishistic. Rev. Okoli is an indigene of the town and the resident priest of Saint Luke's.
The priest calls the people hypocrites and condemns their customs and traditions. But the people and their customs are like Siamese twins’ — to separate one from the other is risky and may engender conflict and chaos.
Like in  Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart, Rev. Okoli is like the Westerners who have come to tear the people apart by destroying their very essence.
The narrator affirms that his people's customs are like the stripes of a leopard that cannot be erased from the beast's body.

$5.99
For age 11-12
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