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A heartwarming and insightful story for pre-teens from one of the best writers of the genre, expertly told with a strong message of friendship and forgiveness at its heart. When her family's circumstances suddenly change, Abi finds herself moving to the large and
intimidating local high school. She's pretty nervous on her first day but soon meets someone she thinks she could be friends with - even best friends. But as the two girls bond over Abi's treasured snow globe, prejudices and stereotypes might just tear them apart.
Third in the action-packed Wings trilogy. Sisters Maddie and Jess are new to the football school and can't stop bickering with each other. But the airfield has other ideas and soon the sisters find themselves in Typhoon fighter jets and have to watch each other's backs or be shot out of the sky.
An exciting historical thriller drawing on little-known events of William Shakespeare's early life. Young Will Shakespeare knows that his family's existence hangs by a thread. His father's business often struggles, and his mother insists on practising the old faith, which isn't a popular choice any more. Will jumps at the chance to leave the oppressive atmosphere of home and join a troupe of players, but he finds that it's not so easy to escape the ghosts of his past.
L.M. Montgomery and illustrated by W.J.A and M.A. Claus
The next elegant edition in the Knickerbocker Classics series, Anne of Green Gables is the story of active and imaginative orphan Anne Shirley as she settles into her new home.
Francis Hodgson Burnett, illustrated by Ethel Franklin Betts
Format: Hard Cover
The next elegant edition in the Knickerbocker Classic series, A Little Princess is the classic tale of an orphaned girl and the power of imagination.
An utterly charming tale set in 1950's rural England, full of heart and whimsy. Billy Button has always dreamed of being a telegram boy. He loves their smart uniforms and shiny bicycles, but he's too young for the job. So when the regular telegram boy breaks his arm and Mr and Mrs Button are in urgent need of a new boy, Billy jumps at the chance to don the Royal Mail badge and ride his very own bicycle. But will Billy be able to keep all the village residents happy with his deliveries? He might have to work some
magic to make grumpy Mr Grundle smile...