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Product tag: Age 11

Bond SATs Skills: Times Tables Workbook for Key Stage 2

Bond SATs Skills: Times Tables Workbook for Key Stage 2

This workbook has been developed by Bond to firmly embed times tables knowledge of the core times tables, and introduces square and cube numbers. It ensures that children are confident with the multiplication knowledge required by the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum and Year 4 multiplication tables check.

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Edgar & Adolf (Super-readable Rollercoasters)

Edgar & Adolf (Super-readable Rollercoasters)

Adi is on a mission set by his late grandfather, Adolf Jager. He must track down Edgar Kail, and return to him the simplest yet most prized of possessions. His quest soon becomes a journey of discovery as he learns of a friendship that survived decades, a great sporting rivalry, and a war that shook the world.

Suitable for age 11+.

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Electrigirl

Electrigirl

I used to be plain old ordinary Holly . . . but now I’ve become EXTRAordinary Holly!
Being struck by lightning and getting an amazing superpower wasn’t how Holly thought that her day would go. But now it’s happened, she might as well make the most of it . . . if only she could work out how to stop blowing everything up!

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Emmy Levels Up

Emmy Levels Up

Online, Emmy is a star gamer with fans who love to watch her videos. At school, Emmy is friendless and bullied. Vanessa, AKA the Queen of Mean, has decided that Emmy is a weirdo with bad handwriting, horrible fashion sense, and no dad. Can Emmy level up, join forces with some new friends, and beat the bullies?

Suitable for age 8–12.

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How To Be A Young #Writer

How To Be A Young #Writer

Created to inspire and guide budding writers, this book by Christopher Edge covers tips and advice for plot, characterisation, world-building, tone, editing, and much more to turn initial ideas into powerful stories.

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How to Write Your Best Story Ever!

How to Write Your Best Story Ever!

This is a humorous and authoritative book that will awaken the author in every child. It is filled with tips on how to use wonderful and weird words, invent new words, and write powerful sentences using metaphors, similes, and idioms. Children will soon be creating stories that will stay with their writers and readers forever.

For ages 7–13.

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I Am The Minotaur (Super-readable Rollercoasters)

I Am The Minotaur (Super-readable Rollercoasters)

Matthew wants to fit in, but it’s hard when you’re avoiding the bullies and trying to impress your dream girl, Ari. When Ari’s bike is stolen, he tries to make a good impression by getting it back. Will it lead to trouble or will he learn that heroes are found in unlikely places? A gritty, touching story from Carnegie Medal Winner Anthony McGowan.

Suitable for age 11+.

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Leo’s Map of Monsters: The Shrieking Serpent

Leo’s Map of Monsters: The Shrieking Serpent

It’s Leo’s job as the Guardian’s apprentice to protect the village from the monsters that lurk in the surrounding forest. Whenever a monster gets too close to the village walls Leo must venture out, using his magical map to first find the monster and then do battle with it.

Suitable age 7+

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My Name Is Parvana (The Breadwinner collection)

My Name Is Parvana (The Breadwinner collection)

Fifteen-year-old Parvana has rebuilt her life after being reunited with her mother and sisters. But suspicion and fear towards the education of women have put them all in danger. When Parvana is held at an American army base in Afghanistan, suspected of being a terrorist, she must protect her family at all costs.

Suitable for age 11+.

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Nancy Parker’s Chilling Conclusions

Nancy Parker’s Chilling Conclusions

Nancy Parker has a new job, she’s accompanying her old school teacher Miss Lamb as a ladies’ maid to Midwinter Manor. But things take a turn for the worst when Nancy discovers a dead body in the library. With a house full of strange guests, who could possibly be the murderer?

Suitable for age 9–12.

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Nancy Parker’s Diary of Detection

Nancy Parker’s Diary of Detection

When Nancy Parker gets her first position as a housemaid to Mrs Bryce, it’s not exactly her dream job – she’d rather be out solving mysteries. But she soon discovers there are plenty of suspicious occurrences going on beneath her very nose . . . Time for Nancy to set to work not just with her mop but also with her Theory of Detection!

Suitable for age 9–12.

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