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A Dot in the Snow

A Dot in the Snow

This is the story of a curious polar bear, a little girl lost in the snow, and the precious friendship they discover together. With themes of empathy and kindness, the story is stunningly illustrated by debut illustrator, Fiona Woodcock.

Suitable for age 2+.

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All Aboard the Shapes Train

All Aboard the Shapes Train

Hop on board our amazing train for a fun-filled learning journey! This beautifully illustrated and engaging story introduces shape recognition, a key early learning skill. Visit the park, the playground, the boating lake and the funfair to spot circles, squares, triangles, patterns and lots more! A great book to share with young children.

Suitable for age 2+.

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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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Howard the Average Gecko

Howard the Average Gecko

When Howard the Gecko discovers that he’s not the only camouflaged creature in the forest, he wonders: ‘Who will love me if I’m just an average gecko?’ Luckily, Howard learns that you don’t have to be exceptional to be loved. And those that love you will never think you are average at all!

Suitable for age 2+.

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Mirabelle Breaks the Rules

Mirabelle Breaks the Rules

Mirabelle’s mum is a witch, her dad is a fairy, and she is a bit of both. When Mirabelle goes off to witch school she promises not to cause any mischief . . . The only trouble is, causing mischief is one of her favourite things to do. Can Mirabelle and her best friend, Carlotta, put her mischief-making right by home time?

Suitable for age 5+.

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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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Planet Stan: 1

Planet Stan: 1

Sometimes the only way to make any sense of my life is to put it all into charts and diagrams . . . but even that just makes me realize how far away from normal my family is, especially my little brother Fred! I hope that you’ll find some useful survival tips in this book, but if not, then at least it’ll cheer you up to know your life is considerably less chaotic than mine!Stan loves everything to do with space, along with a calming, ordered environment, pie charts, and Venn diagrams. His dinosaur-loving younger brother Fred is the opposite: chaotic, messy, prone to leaving snails under Stan’s bed and ladybirds in his lunchbox. Surely they must have something in common? As Stanley struggles to cope with his high maintenance brother and his hair-brained schemes he charts all the ups and downs of his life in a series of hilarious infographics in this highly-illustrated and visually-appealing book.

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Riddle of the Runes

Riddle of the Runes

The Viking town of Kilsgard has its fair share of mysteries and in this exciting new series, young investigator and shield maiden Alva follows the clues to solve them. Fierce, stubborn, and curious-Alva’s bound to get in trouble along the way, but all that matters is being first to the crime scene.

Suitable for age 9+.

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The Accidental Secret Agent (The Accidental Series)

The Accidental Secret Agent (The Accidental Series)

When you hear the words ‘international super spy with a licence to kill’, you’re probably not thinking of a thirteen-year-old boy with an overactive imagination called Kevin.
But through an incredible mix up, Kevin happens to be the secret service’s latest recruit and the fate of the world rests in his hands.

Suitable for age 9+.

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The Children of Swallow Fell

The Children of Swallow Fell

A compelling story of resilience, resourcefulness, and hope. Driven from her home by war, Isabella must make the daunting journey from Italy to England. In Swallow Fell, Isabella meets other children like her – surviving in an uncertain world. But can Isabella and her new found friends learn to not simply survive but to thrive?

Suitable for age 9+

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Tisha and the Blossom

Tisha and the Blossom

For Tisha, hurrying up all the time can be exhausting. Thankfully, her Mummy knows a special game to help them all slow down . . . A beautiful story about allowing more mindfulness and stillness into children’s lives.

Suitable for age 2+.

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