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The entertaining story of an unpopular boy called George whose life is transformed when his Grandad gives him an old bottle of aftershave for his birthday.
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.
A gripping, football-themed page-turner of a detective story featuring crimefighting fan Danny Harte in his first case on the trail of a top player’s kidnapper.
A beautiful, wordless picture book telling the story of a boy growing up from childhood to parenthood through the changes taking place in the world outside his window.
This wonderfully interactive novelty book in which Lulu chooses from a range of clothes with zips to fasten, pockets to look in, dresses to admire and colours to consider, has top toddler appeal.
Comic books can be a great way of interesting children who aren’t enthusiastic readers. Use the power of comics to boost literacy with these fun activities. Click here.
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