• The Twitchers have one last mystery to solve - and this time it's a heist! On a school trip to the Royal Swan Natural History Museum, Ava finds herself at the centre of a heist: hundreds of invaluable bird of paradise skins from the Alfred Wallace Collection have been stolen! When she discovers a large jet-black feather, she's sure it's a clue, but the police won't listen to her. Slipping away, she takes the case to the Twitchers in an investigation that leads them to the bizarre and sinister world of fly-fishing, and to a mysterious girl with a pet Raven called Caliban and a dangerous ring of thieves and smugglers... Feather is an exciting winter mystery adventure about friendship, bravery and protecting nature, perfect for readers 9+ and for fans of Robin Stevens, Lauren St John and Jenny Pearson. It can be enjoyed as a stand-alone adventure or read as part of The Twitchers series.
  • A few things you should know about Ferris Foster: 1. He's the cartooning genius behind ASTOUNDOG (star of The Hoot, available exclusively in his school playground) 2. His best friend is his actual dog, Aldo who is anything but astounding 3. He's had 13 foster brothers and 8 foster sisters and now he's about to meet his new foster sister, Tia, for the first time 4. His NEMESIS is his totally annoying neighbour Destiny Dean! When Destiny boasts about videos of her dog, Princess Foo-Foo, going viral, Ferris foolishly claims that Aldo can easily become a BIGGER internet star. There's just one problem: Aldo has about as much talent as a teaspoon. Then Ferris and Tia accidentally film Aldo doing what looks like an amazing trick... will Aldo finally live up to the name of his comic book alter-ego and wow the world with his skills or is this about to be the biggest EPIC FAIL ever? 'Funny, heartfelt and inclusive - a brilliant read!' Maisie Chan 'Engaging with fab illustrations. Me and my daughter love Jen's books!' Helen Rutter Great for Ages 7-9.
  • Every grandma is different - but they're ALL special! Is your grandma an actor or an acrobat? Is she an ambulance driver, an expert chef, or secret spy? Whatever your grandma does, you can be sure she loves you! A heartwarming celebration of grandmas everywhere, and the love and friendship they share with their grandchildren. With Ben Faulks' irresistibly bouncy rhymes and charming illustrations by the talented Nia Tudor, this book is the perfect gift for any grandparent or grandchild. Great for Ages 1-6.
  • Having a pet is a big responsibility, and that idea is pushed to extremes in this delightfully funny picture book series exploring what it might entail to take care of a really peculiar pet! It's very important to look after your pet properly. But when that pet has VERY SHARP TEETH and doesn't really like cuddles, showing them you care can be complicated. How to Cuddle a Crocodile is a hilarious story about what might happen if a crocodile came to stay. Perfect for any child who has dreamed of an extraordinary pet, and wants to learn more about their favourite animals. Great for Ages 3-6.
  • Now here's another story for you, full of such fun and exciting stuff, you will surely love it... Allan Ahlberg and Bruce Ingman are back! Hold on tight for a funny and quirky new story set in the same world as their celebrated classics, The Pencil and The Runaway Dinner. One morning, Banjo is helping his dad to wash the car. His little sister Elsie comes running up. "There's an egg in my egg cup!" she yells. "And a great big grey thing ... UNDER THE TABLE!" Brimming over with Allan Ahlberg's idiosyncratic voice, charm and character, and perfectly matched with Bruce Ingman's bold and playful illustrations, Under the Table is an irresistible read-aloud full of surprises ... oh, does Elsie discover such wonderful (and unexpected!) new friends in her lively and happy home! Great for Ages 3-6.
  • "No matter how fast I ride, or where I run to... my lion's there, too! When they're together, Leonora feels like she can do anything! Her big, brave lion looks out for her. But when, one day, they decide to climb the new dizzyingly high rocket slide at the playground, Leonora discovers that even lions get afraid, too. Can she summon the strength to be his lion this time? A one-of-a-kind friendship is brought to life with breathtaking, energetic artwork in this story of kindness, courage, and being there for one another. Great for Ages 3-6.
  • A reassuring tale about coping with overwhelming feelings and frustration, The Stompysaurus is the latest book in the DinoFeelings series by Rachel Bright and Chris Chatterton, creators of The Worrysaurus. Now available in a chunky board book, perfect for little hands. One morning, Stompysaurus wakes from a happy dream, feeling excited for the new day, until things start to go a bit wrong. His brother's being a tease, his breakfast isn't his usual favourite and NOTHING is going right. His STOMPS and ROARS start rising inside him, until they EXPLODE!But a tricky start doesn't have to mean a stompy finish. Can Stompysurus find a new way of looking at things and turn his day around? The perfect story to help children learn to overcome feelings of anger and annoyance when it seems like everything is going wrong. Great for Ages 0-3.
  • A peep-through adventure on the farm with Little Chick, to share with the youngest readers, illustrated by award-winning author-artist, Petr Horacek. Who can you find on the farm? Join Little Chick and peep through the cut-outs on each spread to spy a whole host of animals. And there is a very special someone waiting at the end of the book. Great for Ages 0-3.
  • A peep-through adventure in the woods with Little Bunny, to share with the youngest readers, illustrated by award-winning author-artist, Petr Horacek. Who can you find in the woods? Join Little Bunny and peep through the cut-outs on each spread to spy a whole host of woodland animals. And there is a very special someone waiting at the end of the book. Great for Ages 0-3.
  • The sun is up, it's a brand new day. Ten little ducklings want to play! There's lots to see and lots to do, Let's play a game of PEEK-A-BOO! Get ready to play with ten little ducklings as they set off on an exciting adventure. There's a busy new scene to explore with each turn of the page, from a day at the farm to a hot-air-balloon outing, and from a snowball fight to a birthday party. Can you spot which little duckling is hiding on each page? This irresistible search-and-find book is packed with details for little ones to spot - perfect for reading and sharing together! Great for Ages 1-6.
  • Can you help Little Hare find where the Easter Bunny is hiding? Lift the felt flaps to look for him. Who else will you meet along the way? Can You Find The Easter Bunny? is a chunky board book with soft flaps on every spread that are easy for babies to lift and help develop their fine motor skills. This gorgeous book by Axel Scheffler, bestselling illustrator of The Gruffalo, is the perfect Easter gift for little ones. Great for Ages 0-3.
  • Celebrate the fifth anniversary of PROUD in this dazzling new edition of the anthology, featuring a brand-new story and artwork. A stirring, bold and moving anthology of stories and poetry by top LGBTQ+ YA authors and new talent, giving their unique responses to the broad theme of pride. Each story has an illustration by an artist identifying as part of the LGBTQ+ community. Compiled by Juno Dawson, author of THIS BOOK IS GAY & CLEAN. A celebration of LGBTQ+ talent, PROUD is a thought-provoking, funny, emotional read. Contributors: Steve Antony, Dean Atta, Kip Alizadeh, Fox Benwell, Alex Bertie, Caroline Bird, Kathi Burke, Tanya Byrne, Moira Fowley, Frank Duffy, Simon James Green, Leo Greenfield, Saffa Khan, Karen Lawler, David Levithan, Priyanka Meenakshi, Alice Oseman, Michael Lee Richardson, David Roberts, Cynthia So, Kay Staples, Jessica Vallance, K Valentin and Kameron White. Great for Ages 13+
  • The first book in the best-selling, laugh-out-loud STITCH HEAD series by award-winning author Guy Bass, with illustrations by Pete Williamson, now brought to almost-life again in this brand-new, monstrously magnificent graphic novel edition. Enter the darkly funny world of Stitch Head, as he steps out of the shadows into the adventure of an almost-lifetime… Deep in the maze-like dungeons of Castle Grotteskew, eccentric Professor Erasmus created Stitch Head, a small, almost-human creature. His experiments continued, filling the castle with creations so fabulously monstrous that Stitch Head was long forgotten. Until a travelling circus ringmaster knocks at the castle door, promising to make Stitch Head a star. Is this Stitch Head's chance to venture beyond the castle walls? Or could he be making a terrible mistake...? Full of monstrous fun, STITCH HEAD is perfect for fans of GRIMWOOD, AMELIA FANG and THE NOTHING TO SEE HERE HOTEL. Great for Ages 8-11.
  • Let the games begin. Every inhabitant in the Quadrant knows about The Pinnacle, a reality TV contest set on a remote planet with a five million cash prize. For three desperate entrants, winning would mean the world... Rich-girl BEX can finally leave her broken family behind. For politician's son ZANE, it's his only opportunity to save his mother. And it's outcast RAYA's last chance at a better life. But as the competition starts, the contestants are quick to discover that this year's game has unscripted and DEADLY consequences. And the only thing they're truly competing for is... SURVIVAL. "The pages turn themselves in this sizzling debut. Wendy Cross is relentless!" Jennifer Lynn Alvarez, author of Friends Like These. Great for Ages 13+
  • From the acclaimed author of Sunday Times no. 1 bestseller Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, a YA novel of hope, love and redemption about Liz's life after life. Welcome to Elsewhere. It is warm, with a breeze, and the beaches are beautiful. It's quiet and peaceful. You can't get sick and you can't get older. In Elsewhere, death is only the beginning... Elsewhere is where fifteen-year-old Liz Hall ends up, after she is killed in a hit-and-run accident. It is a place very like Earth, yet completely different. Here Liz will age backwards from the day of her death until she becomes a baby again and returns to Earth. But Liz wants to turn sixteen, not fourteen again. She wants to get her driving licence. She wants to graduate from high school and go to college. She doesn't want to get to know a grandmother she's never met before and have to make all-new friends. How can Liz let go of the only life she has ever known and embrace a new one? Or is it possible that a life lived in reverse is no different from a life lived forward? "Every so often a book comes along with a premise so fresh and arresting it seems to exist in a category all its own. Elsewhere is such a book." New York Times Book Review Great for Ages 13+
  • Who are you at 16, if you can't remember anything about your life since you were 12? After an accident that leaves her with partial amnesia, Naomi tries to piece together the fragments of the last three-and-a-half years of her life. She discovers that she has a tennis-champion boyfriend but can't remember him, is co-editor of the yearbook with a quirky guy who wears a smoking jacket, her parents are divorced, and she apparently hates her mother. She has friends who simply don't seem that attractive any more and, despite having meticulously kept a diary during the now-lost years, she only wrote about what she ate every day in it! But when a girl loses three-and-a-half years, she gets a chance to reinvent herself. After all, who is to say that everything has to stay the same? Great for Ages 13+
  • Multi-award-winning author Lucy Cousins retells three of her favourite fairy tales in spare, bold language and brilliant, vibrant pictures. The famous characters in Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs and The Enormous Turnip are given new life and a sprinkle of modern magic. Great for Ages 0-5.
  • Help children to understand and talk about their feelings with this beautifully illustrated book of activities. Sometimes it can be hard for children to know exactly how they feel. Talking about feelings makes them easier to understand and helps them choose how to react to them. Written by children's therapist and emotional wellbeing author, Becky Goddard-Hill, the fun, simple activities are designed to give you and your child the tools to cope with a whole range of different emotions. Go on a happiness hunt, play animal charades, feed your worry monster and do the cushion walk! With tips for grown-ups to spark conversations and give advice, it is the perfect book to share with little ones. Great for Ages 4-11.


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