One copy of each book in Level 13 of The Wattle Series of decodable InitiaLit Readers, designed for children in their second year of school, and for older students still developing their decoding skills. This level focuses on the split digraphs: a_e, e_e, i_e, o_e, u_e. The 9 titles included are: 13.1a Who Ate the Cake?, 13.1b Wombat is Late, 13.2a No Time to Play, 13.2b Spike Needs a Bath, 13.3a No Place Like Home, 13.3b The Note, 13.4a A Gift for Eve, 13.4b Little Pete Hates Peas, 13.5 The Five Senses (Shared). These Readers are carefully scaffolded for children to practise their developing reading skills, following the InitiaLit–1 phonic sequence, and should be purchased by schools using the InitiaLit–1 program and MiniLit Sage. Full sets of Readers (Levels 10-16), bundle sets for each level (10-16) or individual titles can also be purchased by parents wishing to support their child’s reading, or by any school wishing to provide decodable readers to support an evidence-based synthetic phonics approach to teaching reading. Each title includes instructions and pre- and post-reading activities to help teachers and parents use the books effectively. In addition, the last Reader in each Level is a Shared Reader, allowing an adult to provide extra support to consolidate the skills targeted at that level by reading together with a child.