Barrington Stoke Classroom Resources

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Who's A Big Bully Then?

by Joanna Carey and Michael Morpurgo

A boy, a bully and a serious case of mistaken identity from much-loved author Michael Morpurgo.

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Wartman

by Joanna Carey and Michael Morpurgo

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Sterling And The Canary

by Andy Stanton and Ross Collins

If you must win the heart of that special girl, (and you must), the only way to do it is with the help of a talking canary. Isn't it?

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Scrum!

by Dylan Gibson and Tom Palmer

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Moose Baby

by Meg Rosoff

Jess and Nick knew parenthood would be tough - and that was before they had a moose.

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Jon For Short

by Malorie Blackman, illustrated by Vladimir Stankovic

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Gamer

by Chris Bradford

From the best-selling author of Young Samurai, a new, action-packed dystopian novel, with a striking lenticular jacket, sure to stand out on bookshelves!

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Game Boy

by Alan Durant, illustrated by Sue Mason

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Friday Forever

by Annie Dalton and Brett Hudson

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Fox Friend

by Michael Morpurgo, illustrated by Joanna Carey

The moving story of a girl who tries to nurse an injured fox cub back to health.

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Awesome

by Jen Collins and Pete Johnson

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Freddy And The Pig

by Charlie Higson and Mark Chambers

A stunning picture book for the under fives; Higson takes a laugh-out-loud look at little boys and their charming habits.

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Wolfman

by Chris Mould and Michael Rosen

A shaggy-wolf tale with a twist that will delight toddlers.

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Itch Scritch Scratch

by Eleanor Updale and Sarah Horne

Nits abound in this whacky, rhyming adventure with fun illustrations.

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All I Said Was

by Michael Morpurgo

A boy becomes a bird in this beautifully illustrated story.

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