Read at Home is the best-selling home reading series designed for young, beginner readers.

Oxford Reading Tree Read at Home is the UK's best-selling home reading series. Read at Home features all the popular Oxford Reading Tree characters in 30 real-life and fantasy adventures. The stories are carefully graded across five levels, containing built-in progression and vocabulary repetition throughout.

Give your child a head start with their reading.

Favourite characters
Biff, Chip, Kipper, Floppy and all their Oxford Reading Tree friends are familiar characters from school and motivate young readers.

Carefully graded
Five levels with gradual progression and vocabulary repetition throughout build reading confidence and enjoyment.

Exciting stories
Each story is an enjoyable read, and specially written to support children's reading at home.

Accessible and practical advice for parents
Every bookcontains advice and ideas for parents supporting their child's reading at home, making learning to read fun!

Read at Home has a range of storybooks,audio books, flashcards sets and activity-sticker books to support a variety of key reading skills.

Award-winning author and illustrator team
Series created by the no.1 author and illustrator team for learning to read, Roderick Hunt MBE and Alex Brychta. Also from Oxford Reading Tree Read at Home ...


Read at Home Flashcards Word Games are a fun way for children to learn many of the most common words in English as well as the 7 central characters and their names in the Read at Home storybooks (Mum, Dad, Biff, Chip, Kipper, Floppy, Gran).

Additional Support for Parents

The Read at Home Handbook is a real must for parents to get the full benefit of the Read at Home stories. It is packed with accessible and practical advice for parents, and enjoyable games and activities to help children practise key skills.

Activities for Children

Children can have fun with flashcard packs, and stickeractivity books.

Floppy's Phonics

Floppy's Phonics enables children to practise their letters and sounds.

First Skills

Parents and children can learn and develop first skills together.

First Experiences

First Experiences helps prepare children for new situations, like a visit to the dentist or their first day at school, in a fun and sensitive way.