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Everyone in Fairyland is preparing for the Fairy Olympics, but how can they stop Jack Frost from cheating with his stolen magic items? Popular, formulaic fiction aimed at newly confident readers.
If you like happy endings, don’t read the ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’, in which the Baudelaire siblings suffer all sorts of misfortunes!
A fun picture book telling the story of Timothy and his new telescope. Lots of
rhymes, actions and refrains for children to enjoy make this a Words for Life favourite.
This enduring classic is ideal for sharing with groups of children. The rhyme and repetition encourages everyone to get involved and can even be acted out.
A word-of-mouth bestseller, this modern horror story begins when Stephanie inherits her famous writer uncle’s estate. She soon discovers his inspiration…
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