• Marcus has just started Merlin's, a very unusual school... He doesn't like it and is doing everything he can to get into big trouble and be sent home. When a midnight prank accidentally wakes a sleeping giant called Crom, things take a turn for the magical. But there are other giants on the move, bigger and angrier than Crom. Realising that Merlin's and the whole country are in danger, it's a race against time for the two new friends to find the magic of their own bravery. Turn the page, share the adventure in a magical story for all the family, illustrated by Elisa Paganelli. Great for Ages 9-12. Published 23rd May 2024 - Order Now.
  • Fans of Clare Balding and Jacqueline Wilson will love this fun and heartwarming new adventure series for animal-mad 8-12 year olds from superstar equestrian influencer Esme Higgs! After solving the mystery of the stolen pony, the Starlight Stables Gang are ready to have a relaxing summer and enjoy the Haversham Horse Trials, but things aren't as sunny as they seem. Can the Starlight Stables Gang band together and work as a team once again, or will it prove too much for one of the friends? Read the second adventure in the Starlight Stables Gang series - a brand new story told from the viewpoint of Jessie! Great for Ages 8-12.
  • An irresistible series about chosen family, high stakes thievery, and what it really means to do good. Perfect for fans of M.G. Leonard and Anthony Horowitz. It's Gabriel's second year at Crookhaven School for Thieves. And with a tricky Break-In challenge to the teacher's section of the library to attempt, plus a new class called Reclamation, his Miscreant year is already off to a busy start. Then Gabriel and his friends learn about Maravel's Maze. Hidden deep beneath the lake, forgotten about by the school, it's a labyrinth of obstacles. Each tests a crook-related skill - and all are nearly impossible. But the impossible has never stopped Gabriel's crew before, especially not when there's something at the heart of the maze that they all desperately want... The second book in the 'criminally good' Crookhaven series, the secret school where students are taught to do wrong, so that one day, they can put the world to rights. Great for Ages 9-12.
  • AI is threatening to take over the world, and our last hope is a 12-year-old boy called Bob. Bob, an accidental time-traveller, should be doing his homework but instead he's bouncing in and out of the year 2049 - and life in the future seriously stinks! When Bob's science-class experiment goes wrong, he causes a global aroma-virus pandemic - also known as the farting flu. The grumpy school inspector has his eye on Bob and detention looms. But Bob's got bigger problems. He must face robot gorillas, an evil computer and giant patrol insects to save the world from a very farty future... Hold your noses for an adventure to the year 2049 and back! Great for Ages 7-11.
  • The fourth laugh-out-loud Bad Guys episode by award-winning creator Aaron Blabey, now in full colour. They sound like the Bad Guys, they look like the Bad Guys ... and they even smell like the Bad Guys. But Mr Wolf, Mr Piranha, Mr Snake and Mr Shark are about to change all of that - whether you want them to or not! It's a zombie kitten apocalypse! Can the Bad Guys save the world from evil Dr. Marmalade's meowing monsters?!? They'll need help from foxy Agent Fox, a swampy secret zombie antidote, and the feistiest, toothiest, hungriest granny around. Get ready to watch the fur fly! ABOUT THE SERIES Full of hilarious line illustrations throughout Fans of Dog Man, Cat Kid and Captain Underpants will love this series Perfect for children who a struggling with reading - or who just want to laugh their socks off. Great for Ages 7-11.
  • A bewitching collection of magical tales by the world's best-loved storyteller! From witches and wizards to spells and enchantments, there's a spellbinding story for everyone in this short story collection by Enid Blyton! 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. Great for Ages 6-10.
  • Plots, spies and inventors abound in an epic adventure set between London and Paris ... Mischief is afoot, and Queen Victoria is not amused. Her stalker must be stopped. Forget the cavalry - this is a job for Her Majesty's League of Remarkable Young Ladies! The League's newest recruit is Winifred Weatherby, a feisty girl-genius and gadget-maker. Winnie's creations are remarkable, but is she clever enough to protect the Queen - and achieve her own dream of winning the top prize in Paris for young inventors...? A debut Victorian romp and the winner of the Times/Chicken House Institution of Engineering and Technology Prize, 2021 A celebration of girls in STEM - and the hurdles they overcome Combines fact and fiction: the novel draws on real-life historical inventions and events. Great for Ages 9-12.
  • Little Koala is missing... and it's almost time for bed! Search the Land of Nod for the sleepiest koala around in this magical lift-the-flap adventure! Enjoy bumping into a few familiar faces along the way such as Twinkle the Unicorn, and even Poppy the Little Fairy! With high koala-ty flaps to peek underneath, and slowly setting skies, this novelty board book will wind your little ones down in no time at all! Great for Ages 0-3.
  • ROOOAAAARRRR! What's that sound? It sounds like a little Dinosaur has stomped her way into your book. She's bored, and she's making a LOT of noise! Can you help her find some friends? But make sure to keep everyone quiet or we might wake up... the BIG DINOSAUR! This playful interactive story helps little ones to learn about inside and outside voices, as they teach Little Dinosaur when to be quiet... and when to be LOUD! Great for Ages 1-6.
  • Did you know that unicorns LOVE to sing? A laugh-out-loud, read-aloud picture-book guide to the most talented unicorns ever, from the author of the Oi Frog and Friends series, Kes Gray, and illustrator of The Dinosaur that Pooped series, Garry Parsons. Dive into this delightfully silly unicorn "Who's Who" and get ready to discover: ONE TWO ONE TWOnicorns who always use a microphone. WECAN'THEARYOUnicorns who always forget to turn their microphone on. BLUESUEDESHOEnicorns who love rock 'n' roll. DOOBYDOOnicorns who prefer soul. HAPPYBIRTHDAYTOYOUnicorns who only know one song... plus some familiar unicorns you may have seen before! This funny and surprising follow-up to The Who's Whonicorn of Unicorns is jam-packed with joyful wordplay, hilarious illustrations and the most magical, musical unicorns you've never heard of! It's also a brilliantly inventive way to encourage children's creativity and imagination. Great for Ages 1-6.
  • From the creator of Barbara Throws a Wobbler - the ultimate story to chase (and laugh) your worries away. Geoffrey's got the jitters! It started last night when he was thinking about school - a funny, wiggly feeling in his tummy that grew and grew. But when Geoffrey's tummy jitters started talking to him - that's when he knew they were out of control. Geoffrey had to do something... Through a laugh-out-loud story and loveable character, Nadia Shireen shows how to understand and dispel anxieties, one jitter at a time. Great for Ages 1-6.
  • The first book in a bitingly brilliant and fangtastically feisty series by New York Times bestselling author Kalynn Bayron. In the world of the Vanquishers, vampires were history ... until now. Malika "Boog" Wilson and her best friends have grown up idolising The Vanquishers, a group of heroic vampire hunters who wiped out the last horde of the undead decades ago. Nowadays, most people don't take even the most basic vampire precautions - the days of garlic wreaths and early curfews are long gone - but Boog's parents still follow the old rules, much to her embarrassment. When a friend goes missing, Boog isn't sure what to think. Could it be the school counsellor, Mr Rupert, who definitely seems to be hiding something? Or could it be something more dangerous? Boog is determined to save her friend, but is she ready to admit vampires might not be vanquished after all? No one ever expected the Vanquishers to return, but if their town needs protection from the undead, Boog knows who to call ... Great for Ages 9-12.
  • Ivy and Maggie have been best friends ever since they were born at exactly the same minute on Friday 13th - twelve years ago. They're always on the lookout for their next adventure, and, when strange and mysterious things start to happen in Crowood Peak, it's up to them to work out what's going on. All the evidence points to the old house next door with purple smoke coming out of the chimney, and a new owner who looks suspiciously like a witch! Can Ivy and Maggie solve the mystery of Hokum House, or will this adventure spell more mischief than even the Double Trouble Society can manage? With gorgeous chapter illustrations from Davide Ortu, this is a witchy mystery you don't want to miss! Great for Ages 8-11.
  • An epic and exciting adventure by the author of the bestselling Land of Roar series. Sid Jones has always known she is different, but after accidentally freeing a 300-year-old pirate ghost (using a gel pen and a chocolate bar), Sid realises that she has actual MAGIC! Sid starts to use her magic to free more ghosts, who have all been trapped by the sinister innkeeper. But then a mysterious sickness strikes the people of Fathom. Can Sid and best friend Zen solve the mystery, save the town, and free the ghosts? Great for Ages 8-11.
  • A beautiful, moving celebration of what it truly means to be family, from the brilliant new picture book duo Patrice Lawrence and Diane Ewen. Every family is different. Every family is special. Josie loves her family. Her mum, dad, brothers and sister - they're all the best and they all look different. But people always seem to ask Josie "Is that YOUR mama?", and soon she starts to wonder if her family are actually supposed to look the same. When Josie shares her worries with her family, they find a way to help her see what truly matters. Heartfelt and empowering words by Patrice Lawrence, multi-award-winning author of Orangeboy Bright, gorgeous artwork from Diane Ewen, winner of the Jericho Prize. Great for Ages 1-6.
  • The O'Hero-Smiths may have rescued their little sister Annipeck, found K2 and Izza's father Everest, and triumphed over the robot assassin called the EXCORIATOR - but their story isn't quite over yet... Because there is danger and possibility in the Which Ways. And a whole new adventure bursting with magic is about to take them through the crossing points and into brand new worlds.... COME WITH ME IF YOU DARE ... Great for Ages 9-12.
  • Can one tiny bird help to win a world war? Wings of Glory is a funny action-adventure story with a feathery twist, from the bestselling children's author of Toto the Ninja Cat, Dermot O'Leary, with glorious illustrations throughout by Claire Powell. It's 1940, and the world is at war. Linus, a swift, has always dreamed of flying with the Royal Bird Force and making a name for himself as a squadron leader. So when he and his sister, Ava, have the opportunity to volunteer, he jumps at the chance. But it's a dangerous journey, and Ava goes missing before they manage to reach the airfield for training. Now, Linus has two missions: help the war effort and find his sister. Linus will face bomber planes, arrogant falcons, and a spy who's determined to take him down... He is brave and fast and kind - but can Linus prove that helping win the war is more about the size of your heart than the size of your wings? Featuring courageous loop-the-loops, top secret plans and more than a smattering of bird poo, this wartime tail will make you laugh and cry - and maybe teach you a thing or two as well. Great for Ages 8-11.
  • 'You think the foxes are travelling down river to look for a new home?' The swan hesitated, but eventually he nodded.'They could be.' A gorgeously illustrated animal epic set on the Greenriver. The otters who live on the Greenriver have only just begun to recover from last year's flood when a swan arrives with news of a new threat : a clan of foxes is travelling closer and closer to the holt. Legends that have been passed down from otter to otter and beaver to beaver portray the foxes as sneaky, cruel creatures. Soon, the tenuous peace that has been brokered between the otters and beavers is threatened by this news. The otter holt and beaver lodge each believe a different course of action should be taken. It is up to Sedge and Silken to find a way to unite the two communities and protect their home from this new threat, if they can... From million-copy selling Holly Webb comes a modern classic - another gorgeously-written animal epic, set on the Greenriver. Perfect for fans of Pax. Great for Ages 8-11


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