Nice and easy to start with. The challenge is to do this quiz from memory, without recourse to your bookshelves.

 


  1. What was the original name of the publishers now known as ‘Ladybird’?
  2. ‘Flight One – Australia’ was part of the Travel Adventure series, 587. How many ‘Travel Adventure’ books were there?
  3. What was the name of the dog in the Peter and Jane, Keyword reader series?
  4. In the Puddle Lane series, the colour of the books indicates the level. How many levels are there?
  5. Which level is orange?
  6. In the 497 series, what animal was ‘conceited’?
  7. Lazy?
  8. Lonely?
  9. Inquisitive?
  10. Sleepy?
  11. In which series would you find a story named: ‘Toby and the stout Gentleman’?
  12. What are the names of the two children in the series 563 stories ‘The Party’ and ‘Shopping with Mother?
  13. How many of the history titles (series 561) include the word ‘Henry’?
  14. How many balls did Cinderella attend in the original 606d version?
  15. Who ‘recounts’ the fairy tales in the 413 series?
  16. Identify these titles from the covers:

Answers

Spoiler

  1. The original name of the publishers now known as ‘Ladybird’ was Wills and Hepworth.
  2. There were 6 ‘Flight’ travel adventure books in the series.
  3. The name of the dog in the Peter and Jane, Keyword reader series was Pat.
  4. In the Puddle Lane series there were 5 levels.
  5. Orange was the 3rd level.
  6. In the 497 series, there was a Conceited Lamb
  7. A Lazy Rooster
  8. A Lonely Donkey
  9. An Inquisitive Harvest Mouse
  10. A Sleepy Water Vole
  11. ‘Toby and the stout Gentleman’ is a story from Thomas the Tank Engine.
  12. The names of the two children in the series 563 stories ‘The Party’ and ‘Shopping with Mother are John and Susan.
  13. Three of the history titles (series 561) include the word ‘Henry’ – Henry II and Thomas Becket, Henry V and VIII.
  14. Cinderella attended 3 balls in the original 606d version.
  15. Auntie Muriel ‘recounts’ the fairy tales in the 413 series.
  16. The titles of the covers (and I’ll try to make them bigger next time):

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