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In a Nutshell: Guffaws, giggles and gags aplenty By a curious twist of fate Daniel Kendal - the self-confessed NOT-brainiac - has been chosen to represent his school at the National Brainiac Championships. An honour indeed and his headmaster Mr Biggend has high hopes of success, promising a party for the whole school (hurray!) instead of the end of term Maths Day (boo!) when Daniel wins. There's just one problem...Daniel doesn't have the skills. In a family of high-achievers the only thing Daniel wins at is being tall. He's exceptionally tall but that really isn't going to help him here. Through fair means or foul, Daniel realises he must somehow win the competition to avoid national humiliation - and the wrath of the rest of the school! With short chapters and lots of fun cartoon illustrations this is a great choice for the more reluctant reader. Perfect for fans of Wimpy Kid and Tom Gates.
Winter is over! Spring has sprung! Grizzle Grump has just woken up from his long winter slumber. His big bear belly is quite rumbly. So he sets off with his trusty squirrel sidekick in search of a springtime snack. He gathers berries, but they go missing. He catches fish, but they disappear. Grizzle Grump finally finds his food...along with another big surprise! In this follow-up to Goodnight, Grizzle Grump!, Aaron Blecha presents another lively read-aloud tale with heart and humor.
The fifth in this hilarious series based on the character of Harry Hammer, a young hammerhead shark making a big splash on Shark Point. It's the Underwater Olympics and Harry has a new hero: Turbo Tex, a gold-medal-winning tiger shark. When Tony, another tiger shark, joins the Shark Point Scout Group just in time for their annual sports camp, Harry is over the moon. But Tony doesn't seem to want to be friends. How will Harry make his sporting dreams come true?
Leggy air-breathers (humans) arrive at Shark Point to film an underwater documentary and Harry Hammer wants a starring role. But class bully Rick Reef is better at showing off than Harry is, and his dreams of stardom sink. What can Harry do to make himself star of the show? The second in this hilarious series based on the character of Harry Hammer, a young hammerhead shark making a big splash on Shark Point.