• When sixteen-year-old Asha Kennedy discovers her older sister Maya's dead body in their home, her world falls apart. Desperate for answers, and to stay out of the hands of the social services she grew up in, Asha turns to her hacker friends for help. Her search leads her to Zu Tech, the hit games studio where Maya was a lead coder. As Asha begins to unravel the riddle of her death, she realises that the only way to uncover the truth is from the inside. Asha ghosts her old life and infiltrates a Zu Tech eSport tournament as they launch 'SHACKLE', the revolutionary Virtual Reality video game Maya was working on - and which hides a monstrous secret... Perfect for fans of The Hunger Games and A Good Girl's Guide to Murder. A guaranteed page turner full of heart, tension and twists you won't see coming! The first book in a major new YA series. Great for Teens and Young Adults. ISBN 9780702317880
  • Dodos are extinct, right? WRONG! They're not! They're just in disguise, and they're not the only ones. This book reveals the secrets of the woolly mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers and even dinosaurs! These famous creatures are in disguise everywhere, so keep your eyes peeled! You never know who might be right under your nose ... From author-illustrator Paddy Donnelly comes a hilarious story that will keep kids giggling and guessing on every page. Great for Ages 1-6. ISBN 9781788493963
  • Maths Like a Ninja gives every child the maths support they need at their fingertips, both in the classroom and at home. Perfect for children, aged 7 and up. From the creator of the bestselling Write Like a Ninja, this handy pocketbook is full of key concepts, mathematical vocabulary and practical advice to support every child's growing independence in maths. Whether a child is stuck on a fractions question or struggling to remember what 'composite numbers' are, they'll find the answer in this all-in-one quick-reference tool. This engaging, easy-to-use book will ensure children can do maths with confidence. It supports teachers in planning lessons and parents in supporting from home as well as empowering children to get the help they need easily and independently. Great for Ages 7-11. ISBN 9781801991964
  • From Chris Haughton comes a funny, suspenseful and keenly observed cautionary tale about pushing boundaries and indulging your more mischievous, cheeky side (when nobody is looking). Three little monkeys, and their big monkey, are sat high up on their branch in the forest canopy. "Ok, monkeys! I'm off," says the big monkey. "Now remember. Whatever you do, do NOT go down to the mango tree. There are tigers down there." Mmm ... mangos! think the little monkeys. They LOVE mangos. Hmm ... maybe ... maybe they could just look at the mangos? That'd be ok, right? Board Book edition. Great for Ages 0-3. ISBN 9781529509946
  • Adiba Jaigirdar, author of one of TIME's Best YA books of all time and winner of the YA Book Prize 2022, gives Titanic an Ocean's 8 makeover in this nail-biting heist set onboard the infamous ship. Four friends have stolen aboard the Titanic. They're after the Rubaiyat - a book inlaid with priceless jewels. Josefa is a charismatic thief, Hinnah a daring acrobat, Violet an outstanding actress and Emilie a talented artist. It is Josefa's plan, but she needs all of their skills. Despite their very different backgrounds, in a world of first-class passengers and suspicious crew members, the girls must work together to pull off the heist of their lives. But careless mistakes, old grudges and new romances threaten to jeopardise everything they've worked towards. And with the Titanic sailing ever further north, the girls' chances of survival are a million to one... A heart-pounding, romantic adventure from the award-winning author of Hani and Ishu's Fake Guide to Dating. Great for Teens ISBN 9781444968903
  • In this third book in the series, Harley goes on a time-twisting adventure! On a school trip to the Inventia Jurassic Coast, Harley finds an unusual fossil. Has she discovered an entirely new species of dinosaur? Her class nemesis, Fenelda, doesn't believe it, so Harley decides to build a time machine to prove the discovery and win the 'best invention' competition. But messing around with time can have unexpected, dinosaur-size effects... Vashti Hardy's immersive world building, cool science and tech, weird and wonderful inventions, warm and funny characters - all perfectly pitched for younger readers. Fully illustrated throughout by illustrator George Ermos. Great for Ages 7-9. ISBN 9780702323430
  • There's big news in the Big Forest! The circus is in town, Granny Moose is coming to visit, and someone is stealing from innocent animals. Agent Moose and Owlfred rush to investigate, with Granny along for the ride! Can they solve this mystery and catch the crook? Perfect for fans of Dog Man and Bunny vs Monkey. Laughs on every page! Brilliantly illustrated by the winner of the 2021 Blue Peter Best Book with Facts Award for A Day in the Life of a Poo, a Gnu and You. Great for Ages 7-10. ISBN 9780702314421
  • Agent Moose and Owlfred are back and better than ever! Strange flash floods are making waves all over the Big Forest! When Madame HQ is nabbed right out of a very wet Woodland HQ, Agent Moose and Owlfred must wade through clues to get her back and stop the mystery criminal making a big splash in Big Forest! Can they find this fiendish villain before Big Forest floats away? Perfect for fans of Dog Man and Bunny vs Monkey. Laughs on every page! Brilliantly illustrated by the winner of the 2021 Blue Peter Best Book with Facts Award for A Day in the Life of a Poo, a Gnu and You. Great for Ages 7-10. ISBN 9780702322808
  • Join Bluey on a new adventure down to the never-explored before creek! Bluey and her friends are bored at the park and Mackenzie suggests a trip to the creek. Bluey is unsure as she has never been there before. What will Bluey find when she explores the creek? And will she end up liking what she finds? An exciting board book about the beauty of trying something new! Great for Ages 0-3. ISBN 9780241550731
  • Number 14 Darlington Road, looks like a perfectly ordinary townhouse - at first glance, anyway, but magic is good at hiding... Martha Pennydrop is ten, and desperate to grow up. But growing up is a tricky business. It means turning your back on imagination, fun and magic, because those were the things that led to the Terrible Day when something awful nearly happened to Martha's younger brother, Scruff, which would have been All Her Fault. But when Martha and Scruff discover a drawer full of mysterious gold dust in the bedroom of their new house - along with a window that's seemingly impossible to close - it's the start of an incredible adventure to a magical world: Neverland! The Pennydrop's new house used to belong to another family - the Darlings - who once visited this world themselves. Now Peter Pan is back, and in need of their help. Neverland is in the icy grip of a terrible curse - cast long ago by Captain Hook. And only Martha and Scruff can save it... 'A wonderful whirlwind of magic and adventure, and every bit as enchanting as the original Peter Pan. I absolutely loved it!' Catherine Doyle. 'Full of wit, wonder and high-stakes action, with the most brilliant cast of characters... a true classic and Abi Elphinstone's best book yet!' Emma Carroll. Suitable for Ages 9-12. ISBN 9780241473320
  • Tiger was feeling sleepy. As sleepy as sleepy can be. So sleepy only one thing could help... Crocodile was feeling sleepy. As sleepy as sleepy can be. So sleepy only one thing could help... Tiger and Crocodile are both looking for a goodnight kiss in this clever flip-book story. But the animals along the way don't seem very forthcoming! Perhaps it's those sharp little teeth that they can see when Tiger and Crocodile yawn. Then they see a sharp-toothed shadow... eek! But don't worry it's just Daddy Croc and Mummy Tiger, come to kiss their little ones goodnight. A delightful, snuggly bedtime story that celebrates blended families and kindred spirits. Great for Ages 1-6. ISBN 9780571361892
  • The three little wolves erect a solid brick house. The big bad pig comes along and when huffing and puffing fails to work, he uses a sledgehammer to bring the house down. Next they build a home of concrete: The pig demolishes it with his pneumatic drill. The three little wolves choose an even stronger design next time round: They erect a house, made of steel, barbed wire, armour plates and video entry system, but the pig finds a way to demolish it too. It is only when the wolves construct a rather fragile house made of cherry blossoms, daffodils, pink roses, and marigolds that the pig has a change of heart ... A great read for children who will enjoy this hilarious, subversive and brilliant read aloud picture book. 30th Anniversary Edition. Great for Ages 3-7.
  • A sensible, reassuring guide to sex and growing up, revised with the most up-to-date information. What do you want to know about sex? Information about sex is everywhere. But what you learn from TV, movies, the internet, and friends is not always a healthy or accurate view of sexuality. This book is the perfect antidote. Formatted into a series of short Q & As, it is a frank, informative and open way to learn about changing bodies, sex, relationships, puberty and more. Children can use the book to explore and answer questions for themselves, or it can be used as a helpful starting points for conversations between adults and their children. Now revised and updated, Joanna Cole's Asking About Sex & Growing Up is the perfect book to provide answers to questions about sex. Great for Ages 7+.
  • A game-changing guide to being happier, healthier and succeeding better, based on the Sunday Times bestseller. Pretty much all of us would like to feel happier, less anxious, more successful and at ease with ourselves. Right? The key may surprise you: FAILURE! Failosophy For Teens is an inspiring and empowering guide to those moments when life doesn't go to plan. Using personal experience and stories shared by guests on her award-winning podcast, How to Fail, Elizabeth's book is full of creative and inspiring advice on how to: - talk openly about failure - turn failure into success - build resilience for when life sends you curveballs - reframe negative thoughts about yourself... and much more! Failing better is the key to learning, growing and ultimately loving yourself as the truly AWESOME human being you are. 'An indispensable guide for teenagers everywhere' Matthew Syed, author of You Are Awesome. 'A beautiful timely and humane book. If there's one philosophy the world needs more of right now, it's Failosophy' Alain de Botton. Great for Teens & Young Adults.
  • A heart-warming celebration of love in all its forms by author Muon Thi Van and the multi-award winning illustrator of 'Julian is a Mermaid' and 'Julian at the Wedding', Jessica Love. I love you because you tell the best stories. Because I love you, my best story is you. This powerful picture book shares all the reasons - big and small - why we love those we love. Joyful, life-affirming, and overflowing with love, this is a book to be treasured as you celebrate the special bond you share with your loved ones. This is what love looks like. Great for Ages 0-6.
  • An endangered forest. An abandoned snow leopard. A child who only feels comfortable talking to animals. When fates collide, the unbelievable can happen ... The Big Freeze 1963. Maggie's stutter makes going to school hard. She will do almost anything to avoid speaking in class - even if that leads to trouble. Sent to stay in the depths of Cornwall with a grandfather she barely knows, Maggie discovers an abandoned snow leopard hiding in the nearby Wildoak Forest. Sheltered by the ancient trees, the two of them build an understanding in secret. But when the cub is spotted by local villagers, danger follows - threatening everything she has come to believe in. Can Maggie find an answer before time runs out - not just for the cub, but for herself and the forest as well? An enticing, classic new voice in children's fiction - perfect for fans of Natasha Farrant or Melissa Harrison. Told in alternating voices, Wildoak shimmers with life as it explores the delicate interconnectedness of the human, animal and natural worlds. Suitable for Ages 9-12. ISBN 9781915026149
  • Uncover the ghost animals within in this moving and uplifting story about finding help where you need it, from the highly acclaimed author and illustrator of The Hunt for the Nightingale. Nora's mum has good days and bad days, but the bad days are getting worse. It's been just the two of them for always, and they don't need anyone else. When the rainbow-shimmering ghost animals Nora used to see when she was small start to reappear, she's convinced that they hold all the answers. Along with new friend Kwame, Nora follows a glittering ghostly fox, hare, raven and otter on the adventure of a lifetime, helping her to find the strength she needs to help her family. In a heartbreaking and hopeful narrative, Sarah Ann Juckes' stunning novel, illustrated by the award-winning Sharon King-Chai sees a brave young girl face down her ghosts. For fans of The Last Bear and Julia and the Shark. Suitable for Ages 9-12. ISBN 9781398510920
  • Izzy and her friends overhear their head teacher talking about "missing treasure" and "running out of time"... They know this means there's TREASURE buried in the school somewhere and that Mr Graves wants it all for himself. So Jodi says they've got to find it first, and they should start by searching the staffroom. After seeing things they will never forget, they head to the basement. Gary Petrie's dad is working down there and he's seen something SHINY! So they send Zach's cat down with a camera strapped to her head and study the footage carefully. What they see is SHOCKING and CHANGES EVERYTHING. It's not treasure in the basement, it's a BEAST with SHINING EYES and it's coming to get them! RUN!!! Suitable for Ages 7-10. ISBN 9781839940514

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