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Part of the very popular Wayside School series, in this unusual title top children’s author Louis Sachar (Holes) presents puzzle fans with more than 50 maths brainteasers that will keep children occupied for hours (answered supplied!) Ages 8+.
Roald Dahl fans will love this hilarious tale of mean, miserable old Mr. Gum, and the bath-dwelling fairy that hits him with a frying pan whenever his garden starts to look messy.
A fun, interactive storybook for younger children, inviting the reader to select from a range of picture magnets to dress the fairies in beautiful outfits and accessories that match the rhyming text.
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.
A laugh out loud tale of Biff who is not like ordinary dogs. Biff doesn't think he's a dog, Biff thinks he's a ballerina, which is all very well - but dogs don't do ballet - do they?
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