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A Tangle of Traitors

The Phenomenals #1

by F. E. Higgins

A twisted adventure of intrigue, magic and superstition from the bestselling F. E. Higgins

Don’t go down to the tar pits, children – for their shores are lined with the wretched wraiths of all the traitors...


The Mum Mystery

by Gwyneth Rees

The third book in Gwyneth Rees’s bestselling ‘Mum’ series Esmie has always longed for a new mum, since her real mother died when she was a baby. So when Lizzie moves in, Esmie is delighted. Surely it can...


Fairy Bears 6: Misty

by Julie Sykes

Fairy Bears are the size of bumblebees and live beneath a giant sycamore tree in Firefly Meadow. Fairy Bears always do their best, working hard 'to care for the world and all its plants, animals and children'....


The Poodle Problem

by Anna Wilson

Nine-year-old Pippa Peppercorn loves helping out at the only beauty salon in the quiet town of Crumbly-Under-Edge. A cosy joint run by the cuddly Mrs Semolina Ribena Fudge, customers and their pets stop by as...


The Prince Who Walked With Lions

by Elizabeth Laird

The British Army is circling the stronghold of the King of Abyssinia. Its mission is to rescue the British Envoy, held prisoner. Watching with terror and awe is the king's young son, Alamayu. He knows that his...


Milly-Molly-Mandy's Schooldays

by Joyce Lankester Brisley

Milly-Molly-Mandy always has fun, whether she’s in school or out playing. These stories describe how Milly-Molly-Mandy has to be on her best behaviour when Teacher comes to stay, as well as what happens when...


William in Trouble - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

William has a habit of being where he shouldn't be. But the village girls' school is the last place where he's likely to be making mischief . . . isn't it?


A Face Like Glass

by Frances Hardinge

“the most enjoyable children's book of the year so far” Sunday Times

“This unusual and highly imaginative fantasy from Frances Hardinge is spellbinding: sophisticated, multi-layered and elegantly written.”...


School For Villains

by Bruno Vincent

I looked again at at the door and saw a message scrawled roughly in the mud of the wall above it, as though someone had used their whole hand to gouge it out: RIDLEY GARNET'S SCHOLE FUR VILLAINS.

Everyone's...


Journey to the Centre of My Brain

by James Carter

Sneak a peek into James Carter's brain in this brilliant collection of poems. Join the party as he takes us on a trip to space, introduces us tigers, mammoths, clouds and bugs and that?s just the start of the...


The Dolls' House

by Rumer Godden

Tottie is a loving little wooden doll who lives with her family in a shoebox. The doll family are owned by two sisters, Emily and Charlotte, and are very happy, except for one thing: they long for a proper home....


Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders! Romans

by Sir Tony Robinson & Tony Robinson

Tony Robinson takes you on a headlong gallop through time, pointing out all the most important, funny, strange, amazing, entertaining and gory bits about the Romans! It's history, but not as we know it!

Find...


William at War - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

William is always ready to offer his services to his country. But why is it that his enthusiastic contribution is so seldom appreciated? William is determined to do his bit, but unfortunately no one else thinks...


Zodiac Girls: Brat Princess

by Cathy Hopkins

This time, it's a Leo! Leonora is a rich, pampered princess - she loves to be the centre of attention and to have her own way. Her parents have had enough of her behaviour and decide that it's time for some...


Lottie Biggs is (Not) Tragic

by Hayley Long

Just when things were starting to look up for Lottie her life's gone a bit pear-shaped, wonk-ways and downside up again. Her mum's all soppy over a bloke with a horrible shemo* daughter, her best pal Goose has...


Fairy Bears 4: Sparkle

by Julie Sykes

Fairy Bears are the size of bumblebees and live beneath a giant sycamore tree in Firefly Meadow. Fairy Bears always do their best, working hard 'to care for the world and all its plants, animals and children'....


Fairy Bears 3: Blossom

by Julie Sykes

Fairy Bears are the size of bumblebees and live beneath a giant sycamore tree in Firefly Meadow. Fairy Bears always do their best, working hard 'to care for the world and all its plants, animals and children'....


Olympic Poems - 100% Unofficial!

by Brian Moses & Roger Stevens

THE REAL BATTLE - Roger Stevens. On the school field Or in the Olympic Stadium Your competitors smile While plotting to beat you But the real battle Is in your head. There are poems about winning, and about...


William the Good - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

'I din' take it,' William said. 'Ethel took it. She - she sort of can't help herself. I always,' he added virtuously, 'try'n put back the things she's took.'

It all started with a rare event: William Brown read...


William the Conqueror - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

William is always in trouble but sometimes it really isn't his fault. It was Ginger who showed him the book about Robin Hood, and it was Violet Elizabeth Bott's idea to steal from the rich and give to the poor....