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Pip and Posy are spending a lovely afternoon outside, but while Pip wants to do some quiet gardening, Posy wants to have fun playing noisy games. When Posy's racket frightens Pip's new snail friend back into its shell, Pip gets cross. Oh dear! But then a big, greedy bird tries to take Pip's snail, and it turns out Posy's loud voice can be quite useful, after all! View Full Review
Thibaut Rassat's playful illustrations introduce young readers to basic architectural and geometric principles while amusing them with Eugene's prickly personality and joyful discovery. They will come away with a new appreciation for architecture and for the unexpected twists and turns that make the natural world-and our life in it-so fascinating. View Full Review
Critically acclaimed Elizabeth Wein returns with a thrilling, female-led aviation adventure set against the backdrop of Hitler’s Germany and the last days of the Nazi regime. Weaving together fact and fiction, Wein shines a spotlight on women’s roles in war and the little known stories of this often studied period of history View Full Review
Told from the perspective of the beloved family dog Pickles, this beautiful and uplifting story is testament to Earle’s storytelling power and skill. Written with sensitivity and honesty this title deals with various important subjects including poverty and homelessness. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 13+ View Full Review
The iconic Mr Benn returns, all 4 original books back in print to celebrate 50 years since the classic, beloved cartoon appeared on the BBC. Revisit the famous fancy dress shop and experience the classic stories of adventure and exploration.  Written and illustrated by David McKee, winner of the 2020 Illustrator of the Year British Book Award, and Book Trust’s Lifetime Achievement Award.   View Full Review
The iconic Mr Benn returns, all 4 original books back in print to celebrate 50 years since the classic, beloved cartoon appeared on the BBC. Revisit the famous fancy dress shop and experience the classic stories of adventure and exploration. Written and illustrated by David McKee, winner of the 2020 Illustrator of the Year British Book Award, and Book Trust’s Lifetime Achievement Award.   View Full Review
A timely tale full of heart and humour, little ones will learn from Finney that they’re one of a kind and have their own story to tell. Also exploring issues of representation in a fun and accessible way, Finney’s Story is a celebration of imagination and creativity. View Full Review
The energy and humour that kids so enjoyed in Steven Vinacour's lockdown broadcasts is all captured in the new book Tudor Tangle, as Ted travels back via the toilet bowl (don’t ask!), to the time of the Tudors and the court of Henry VIII, in search of advice from the chop-happy Tudor monarch himself. Steven has created another unputdownable, hilarious story that zips the reader through time and space (spoiler alert!), laughing out loud! View Full Review
This is a fast-paced fantasy adventure filled with thrills, humour and the most charismatic anti-heroes in teen fiction. It’s a highly anticipated read for 2021, and we’re certain you’ll be gripped throughout and hungry for more adventures by the end. View Full Review
This second Jack Courtney Adventure by Wilbur Smith and Chris Wakling is every bit as edge-of-your-seat-entertaining and environmentally aware as its predecessor, Cloudburst - think Alex Rider with conservation conscience.   After enduring a terrifying time in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Jack and his mum, plus friends Amelia and Xander, are on the island of Zanzibar for a much-needed holiday, where Jack is treasure-hunting for lost wedding rings (Zanzibar is a popular honeymoon destination) in the idyllic sea. He plans to use his share of any spoils to help his mum, because “raising awareness of the plight ... View Full Review
After years of travelling the world with her parents and older sister, Claude (Claude rhymes with bored, which is just about right), Joy and her family move to suburbia - back to school, back to her grumpy, rule-obsessed grandad and back to normality. Joy soon finds her usual irrepressible positivity and zest for life waning, but when the powers that be threaten to pull down a mighty oak tree, Joy decides to fight back, and realizes that not all magic requires wands and spells, and perhaps the most important sort of magic is the power, resilience and courage that was ... View Full Review
Knight Sir Louis has defeated dragons, goblins and evil wizards but when he is sent to do battle with the Damsel of Distresse, even he is not prepared for the mayhem that follows … A hilarious tale told with wonderfully bonkers illustrations and all sorts of inventive storytelling ways, a series for young readers who love funny books. View Full Review
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