• Everyone knows that chameleons are the best at fitting in. But not Leon. Leon is neon! In fact, he's SO bright that he keeps all the other chameleons awake at night. But poor Leon is lonely, so he goes off in search of somewhere he can blend in. In this delightful interactive book, filled with vibrant neon artwork, children can help Leon on his journey by counting his steps, sending him to sleep and giving him lots of reassurance when he's feeling down. But will he ever find a place he can fit in...?" Great for Ages 1-6. ISBN 9781839949388
  • The seventh episode in the latest bulls-eye hit series from the bestselling author of Cherub. Teen rebel and social-media star Robin Hood continues his fight against brutal and corrupt authorities. Robin Is having fun sabotaging former Sheriff of Nottingham Marjorie Kovacevic's election campaign for President from the safety of his IT centre at Sherwood Castle. Meanwhile his best friend Marion Maid is spending time in Pelican Island, the country's most notorious prison. Then Marion's father, biker-gang leader Cutthroat Maid, offers Robin a chance to help protect Marion from other prisoners. But can they break her free? More high-octane, outrageous action from everyone's favourite teen rebel. Great for Ages 9-12. ISBN 9781471413346
  • There's a price on Robin's head, one that has attracted a gang of ruthless mercenaries who are determined to track him down and hand him over to Guy Gisborne. So Robin is hiding out by the sea, but trouble has a way of finding him. Before long he is helping to rescue refugees and trying to avoid the attentions of Customs and Immigration officials. Then he and Marion discover a people-smuggling operation: desperate people brought into the country to work in slave-like conditions making cheap goods. It's only a matter of time before the two of them are trying to find out who is behind it - and Robin is again making the headlines with spectacular raids on the rich and powerful. Great for Ages 9-12 ISBN 9781471409493
  • As conditions in Sherwood Forest grow more precarious, time is running out for inhabitants of the abandoned shopping mall. With constant pressure on them from Sheriff Marjorie and gangster Guy Gisborne, Robin decides to engage his brother Little John as undercover spy. And John strikes gold when he discovers his mother's plan for the ailing Sherwood Castle resort. Robin and Marion join in an audacious plan to scupper their oppressors, but the Sheriff has her response prepared - and it's ferocious. Have they bitten off more they can chew this time? Great for Ages 9-12 ISBN 9781471409516
  • Robin and Will Scarlock's band of rebels are enduring a bitterly cold winter in the derelict Sherwood Castle Resort. But when the boss of a major delivery company - the world's second richest man - asks for help to track down the kidnappers of his beloved dogs and offers to pay, Robin finds himself at the centre of the biggest hacking operation of his life. The fifth epic adventure in this super-cool modern reimagining of Robin Hood. Great for Ages 9-12 ISBN 9781471412318
  • A raucous, rhyming tale that will have children (and adults) in fits of laughter! Stoat is playing in his favourite boat when suddenly Goat comes bounding in! Chaos ensues as an angry Stoat tries to chase Goat out of his boat. But before long, Goat and Stoat's lively antics make the boat wibble and wobble! Uh-oh! Can Stoat float in the water? And will Goat's colourful coat be ruined? ISBN 9781788706742
  • Pedro is getting used to the thrilling life of the Adventuremice. But one stormy night, he finds something he's only ever dreamed of seeing: a real, live mermouse! This little mermouse is lost, and Pedro and the Adventuremice need to get him safely home. They must summon all their bravery and brilliance, plunge into the depths of the ocean and find the mysterious Mermouse City. It won't be straightforward, but it will be another exciting, friend-filled adventure for Pedro and the team! Great for Ages 7-9. ISBN 9781788452687
  • The Frost Fair is coming! But when a surprise snowfall puts the mice's plans at risk, it's up to Pedro and the team to save the Fair and bring joy to the town! Guaranteed to warm hearts everywhere. Great for Ages 7-9. Published 5th October 2023 - Order Now. ISBN 9781788452694
  • Rory loves his dad, but he also really likes his step-dad, Tony. He has weekends with Dad in the park and makes imaginary dens with Tony, so when Father's Day comes, who should he make his card for at school? Spotting his frustration, Tony spends his 'rainy-day pennies' to take Rory somewhere new - an ART GALLERY, full of wonders. As they pause to reflect in a huge room of rectangles, Rory sees his conflicting feelings glistening back at him in many powerful colours. Afterwards, a 'chance' encounter with Dad, under a red sky, helps Rory realise that he doesn't have to feel torn at all. Great for Ages 1-6. ISBN 9781913339487
  • A pun-filled YA contemporary romance, The Dos and Donuts of Love by Adiba Jaigirdar finds a teenage girl competing in a televised baking competition, with contestants including her ex-girlfriend and a potential new crush... "Welcome to the first ever Junior Irish Baking Show!" Shireen Malik is still reeling from the breakup with her ex-girlfriend, Chris, when she receives news that she's been accepted as a contestant on a new televised baking competition show. This is Shireen's dream come true! Because winning will not only mean prize money, but it will also bring some much-needed attention to You Drive Me Glazy, her parents' beloved donut shop. Things get complicated, though, because Chris is also a contestant on the show. Then there's the very outgoing Niamh, a fellow contestant who is becoming fast friends with Shireen. Things are heating up between them, and not just in the kitchen. As the competition intensifies, Shireen will have to ignore all these factors and more - including potential sabotage - if she wants a sweet victory! Great for Teens and Young Adults
  • Eleven-year-old Ailsa Craig is always late! To everything - her own birth, school, and even her own house exploding! Although it is certainly better to be late for that than early... But then one day, Ailsa discovers the secret of a lifetime: An extra hour in the day. The Magic Hour which exists in a fantastical, parallel Edinburgh, accessed at twilight. As she explores this extraordinary place where anything seems possible, Ailsa can't believe her luck. Her grades improve and life seems to be on the up - even the popular kids start liking her. But messing with time, can have desperate consequences. When Ailsa discovers that the extra time comes at a terrible cost, she must battle the sinister forces at work and save herself, her parents and the world. What would you do with an extra hour in the day? A funny, high-octane, race-against-time adventure that is perfect for fans of Skandar and the Unicorn Thief, Amari and the Night Brothers, Pages & Co and Nevermoor. Great for Ages 9-12.
  • Until the Road Ends is the eagerly awaited new novel from the bestselling author of When the Sky Falls: The Times Children's Book of the Year, winner of a Books Are My Bag Readers Award, the British Book Award for Children's Fiction and shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal. When Peggy saves a stray dog from near-death, a beautiful friendship begins. Peggy and Beau are inseparable: the only thing that can ever come between them is war. Peggy is evacuated to the safety of the coast, but Beau is left behind in the city, where he becomes the most extraordinary and unlikely of war heroes. Night after night, as bombs rain down and communities are destroyed, Beau searches the streets, saving countless families. But then disaster strikes, changing Peggy's life forever. With her parents killed, both she and Beau are left alone, hundreds of miles apart. But Beau has a plan to reunite them at long last. Great for Ages 9-12.
  • Odin has given Loki another chance to prove himself worthy of Asgard. But earning everyone's trust is tricky, and when Thor's hammer goes missing, everyone blames Loki! Outrageous! To clear his name he must: 1) Find Thor's beloved hammer 2) Uncover the real thief 3) Force everyone to admit they were wrong... An easy feat for someone as handsome and clever as Loki... Great for Ages 7-10.
  • When Heimdall and Hyrrokkin abandon their "children" to go on holiday, Odin sends Baldur - Thor's half brother and god of making Loki look bad - to babysit. As Baldur and Thor bond, Loki's attempts to prove he's good start getting a bit desperate. After the drama teacher casts him as the villain in the school play, Loki starts to wonder whether there's any point in being good when everyone seems convinced of his villainy. That is until he discovers a rather unusual ring among the costumes and props. A ring that looks suspiciously like the cursed ring of Andvari, one that promises Loki the world if only he gives in to his deepest, darkest desires... Great for Ages 7-10.
  • The first book in S. J. Wills' blockbuster teen horror series, perfect for fans of Stranger Things, Fear Street and Skulduggery Pleasant. Sel Archer lives in a normal town with normal residents, except for one night a month... When the full moon comes out, almost all of the adults turn into werewolves, and it's up to the young people to protect themselves from danger. But, as this quiet life begins to unravel, and the Turned start to escape, can Sel and his friends uncover exactly who - or what - is watching their every move, before it's too late? 'I inhaled this book. A concept that crackles, watertight world building, characters you care deeply about, & then the twists & turns...' - Nicola Penfold 'Fun, gripping and deliciously gory.' - Amy McCaw Great for Teens & Young Adults.
  • A brave young girl rows out to meet her destiny in a lavishly illustrated original tale steeped in fairy lore, from a traditional Irish storyteller. A daughter embarks on a perilous journey to rescue her father in this beautiful, eerie and timeless original folktale. Eily and her father live in Ireland, three fields from the sea, within sight of the enchanted isle of Lisnashee. The fairy folk who live there cause mischief and harm to any who trespass, but once a year at Midsummer, Eily's father, the Fog Catcher, rows out to collect magic from the fog around the island. His sole protection is a charm tucked in his pocket, and when Eily finds the lost charm in a hedgerow after he departs, she knows at once what she must do. Haunting watercolour paintings evoke the beauty of the Irish coastline in an imaginative coming-of-age tale about honouring the past and taking courage with an open heart. Great for Ages 3-7.
  • Lift off in the hilarious edge-of-your-seat adventure series that is a home alone story with a difference! It's the year 2525, and things aren't looking great for Planet Earth. An endless night is coming - a super-advanced alien spaceship has stopped the world from turning, threatening the existence of every creature on the planet - and it turns out that ten-year-old Eliza Lemon is the only one who can save them! Will she be able to handle alien overlords, a doughnut-shaped spaceship, monkeys and vampire finches? And, most importantly of all, will she be able to rescue her baby brother, save the world and survive THE FUTURE?. Great for Ages 7-10.
  • A wonderful collection filled with animals of all shapes and sizes by the world's best-loved storyteller. There's a story for every animal-lover inside, from a dog with a long tail and a squirrel with a secret, to a rabbit looking for new whiskers and a cat in a doll's house. Look out for tails and whiskers, and feathers and fur! These traditional tales are ideal for younger children being read to and for newly confident readers to read alone. Each story stands alone and is the perfect length for reading at bedtime or in the classroom. Enid Blyton remains one of our favourite children's authors and her bumper short story collections are perfect for introducing her to the latest generation of readers. Great for Ages 7-10.

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