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This feel-good novel written in verse follows Annie, who loves running, her family and drawing, as she deals with changes in her life, from her best friend’s moods to her mother’s new baby.
Recommended for confident readers, the Worst Witch stories form a classic series. In this story, a new term at Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches gives Mildred Hubble another chance to impress!
A graphic novel adaptation of the 2009 film version of Kate di Camillo’s wonderful tale of the adventures of a brave and curious mouse.
A wordless tale of adventure and friendship set in the time of Shakespeare. No text means children can use their imagination to tell the story from the pictures alone.
Teddy or Train? Which do you prefer? Each of the babies in this book can either be smiling or sad. Children can rotate the heads to decide which in this innovative board book.
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