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Mog and Gom Library

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Mog and Gom fully decodable books follow our Letters and Sounds phonic progression. The text only includes words using previously taught phonemes. Tricky words are gradually introduced (just like the sounds) and when a new tricky word is introduced the tricky part is highlighted throughout the story. 

  • Bonus teacher guide
  • Bonus 'Grow the Code' Poster
  • Extent: 8 pages per book.
  • Book Size: 150mm x 170mm 
  • Box Size: 160mm x 130mm x 190mm

 Boxed set contains 72 books levelled at Phase 2-5 of Letters and Sounds:

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Mog and Gom Library Evaluation


Phonic Progression:

Smart Kids Reader Progression

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Great little decodables.

My prep boy was not so interested in reading the passages sent home from school but he loves having the books to read. So easy to follow and practise the skills he needs.

Katrina Lodge
Homeschooling readers

Bought for grandsons education, my daughters very happy with the set.. and so is my grandson.


This set of books has made a world of difference for my daughter. Her confidence has skyrocketed, and the books are truly decodable.

A great buy

I’m very glad we purchased this series for my young reader. We were struggling with a lack of enthusiasm for reading because it was hard. Switching to decodable books has helped him learn in a structured way. Our reader is now enjoying reading and building confidence.

Gemma L.
Great resource

This library of books for both my 8 year old with undertaking structured literacy and 6 year old. I can choose books at different levels depending on how tired or engaged they are and all the books are interesting helping an 8 year old who is struggling to engage with the books and not think they are for ‘little kids’