Author Kenny Pieper's pupils review the College Collection series

06 March 2017

Georgina Jonas˜s recently published series The College Collection has been reviewed by schoolchildren in author Kenny Pieper˜s 1D3 classroom at Duncanrig Secondary in East Kilbride.

You can read their opinions on the series™ titles by clicking the reviews tab on each of the books™ product pages “ which you can find here.

The College Collection series centres around five main characters, Luca, Anda, Jim Jam, Woody and Nolan. In each of the first five books in this set we meet a different character, and learn about their personalities, backgrounds and what they did before they arrived at Parkfield College.



The College Collection is designed to support and extend the acquisition of reading skills, and the enjoyment of reading, through exciting stories and relatable characters. The books reinforce high frequency words and the core phonic skills needed to access basic reading levels. Each set provides stories which bridge the gap between base level schemes and longer, more challenging texts. They are suitable for readers who still need a formatted reading scheme and are not yet ready to go onto free readers, but who still want interesting, engaging, real-life books. They are flexible, so no matter what other schemes you may be using, these books stand alone, enhancing and extending any reading experience.


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