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Pocket Cats: Friends Forever

by Kitty Wells

Maddy has always wanted a cat, but now she's got something even better - three small ceramic cats which come to life and give her magical powers!

When not one, not two, but ALL THREE Pocket Cats come to life,...


Dragon Horse

by Peter Ward

Set in ancient China, two brothers fight the classic battle between good and evil as the Shadow-without-name attempts to break free from an eternal imprisonment by utilizing the strength and power of the famed...


Dogspell

by Helen Dunwoodie

Daisy and Robina are desperate for a dog. They've tried everything and in desperation they sneak a book about magic out of their older sister's room and try to cast a spell. Later that day, to their great amazement...


Jaws of Death - Max Cassidy 2

by Paul Adam

The second exciting title in the Max Cassidy action-adventure series.

'Be careful, Max . . . They will try to destroy you, as they are trying to destroy me . . .'

His father is missing presumed dead and his mother...


Mad, Bad And Totally Dangerous

by Susan Davis

Abbie, Lauren and Ruby are earning some holiday dosh at the Northgate Poetry Festival. It promises to be dull, dull, dull until they meet the ravishing Ron Lord. But then some seriously weird goings-on lead...


The Prompter

by Chris d'Lacey

There's no way hyperactive Robin can play a part in the school production of Peter Pan. Or is there? For Robin's amazing memory gets him the job of prompter - and eventually a starring role that leads to a hilarious...


The Path of the She-Wolf

by Theresa Tomlinson

In this third and final part of the powerful Forestwife saga the already dramatic and dangerous times of medieval court have intensified. King John has been forced to sign the Magna Carta. He reneges after signing...


Candy Canes in Bethlehem

by Miriam Van Scott & Traci Van Wagoner

Unwrap the gifts of tradition and celebration from cultures around the globe in this illustrated Christmas storybook as Daniel discovers the true meaning behind Christmas’ piñatas, pickles, kangaroos, gingerbread...


The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm

by Norman Hunter

'It¹s brilliant that a book written in 1933 can still make a modern kid laugh like a drain' CHARLIE HIGSON

Still one of the immortals of children's literature - Professor Branestawm's continues to amuse generations...


Nana Takes the Reins: Book 2

by Kathleen Lane, Cabell Harris & Sarah Horne

In this wacky follow-up to Nana Cracks the Case!, Nana decides she wants to go to the rodeo to become a bull rider. But a run-in with bad guys Tuff and the Ruffies spins her day in a new direction. Before you...


Lost and Found: Three Dog Stories

by Jim LaMarche

Anna looked all around her. The sky was getting dark. "I think we should go home now, Molly." But which way was home?

In three heartwarming stories, celebrated illustrator Jim LaMarche lovingly depicts tales...


Joe v. the Fairies

by Emily Smith

"There's no such things as fairies!"

Joe is sure he's right, but his sisters are obsessed by them. They've turned the climbing frame into a fairy bower, there are fairy cakes for tea and no one wants to do his...


Invisible Vinnie

by Jenny Millward

'Zack's not scared of anything. But everyone's scared of him.'

Rose wishes Zack wasn't such a big bully. He's always teasing her at school. Luckily for Rose, her Uncle Vinnie has a wizard trick or two up his...


How to Save a Dragon

by Annie Dalton & Carl Pearce

Oscar can't believe his ears when Ferris Fleet tells him that dragons aren't just fairy-tales, but it's true: dragons are really real, and hundreds once called World Nine home.

But that was before the Dragon-Chasers...


Skin Deep

by Malaika Rose Stanley

Big ambitions, big bullies and big problems

When 13-year-old Brummie babe, Destiny enters the Bright Sparks beauty contest behind her (ex-model) mum's back, she is determined to prove she has talent and brains...


Sweet Hearts: Ice Dreams

by Jo Cotterill

Tania Dunn is a promising ice-skater, but is in for a shock when her coach decides to pair her with Zac, a daredevil novice skater, for the summer ice show. Tania is outraged! She has always been a singles skater...


The Last Taboo

by Bali Rai

Simran likes Tyrone from the moment she spots him in the crowd. He's gorgeous and he won't take no for an answer. There's just one problem. . . Tyrone is black and Simran's not sure how her family will react....


My Now or Never Diary

by Liz Rettig

Kelly Ann has only just come to her senses and realised that G, the boy she's fancied all year, is a total nerd and Chris, the boy next door who's been in love with her all year, is actually the man for her....


The Whisper

by Bali Rai

The Crew didn't think things could ever get that bad again. They were seriously wrong.

Things have calmed down for the Crew (Billy, Ellie, Della, Jas and Will) and life in the Ghetto is ticking on as usual....


Rani And Sukh

by Bali Rai

A powerful and gripping novel that sweeps the reader from modern-day Britain to the Punjab in the 1960s and back again in a ceaseless cycle of tragedy and conflict.

1950s Punjab - a secret affair goes terribly...