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Hans Christian Andersen, introduction by Jeana Jorgensen illustrated by Hans Tegner
Format: Hard Cover
A truly complete collection of fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen.
Second in the action-packed Wings trilogy. Greg is happy when he's playing football but training is over, his iPod is broken and he's on edge. Steve, Greg's post at the football academy, tries to get him interested in an Airfix kit and suddenly he's in the cockpit of a Spitfire, fighting for his life in the skies.
Written to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme by a prize-winning history author who brilliantly captures the reality of war. Interlinks the story of two modern-day boys with the story of their ancestors enslisted to fight in the First World War. A powerful and moving tale, poignantly told.
Jimi loves books and he loves football. His favourite books are about the great African-born footballers and he dreams of pulling on the white shirt of the Lions of Senegal. He has his sister to coach him and his uncle to inspire him but will Jimi's dreams come true? Interweaves Jimi's story with facts about the history of football in Africa.
Brilliant reworking of classic Of Mice and Men. Lennie and George drift from town to town and dream of opening their own music shop. But Lennie has the mind of a child and accidents are never very far away. Tragic and beautifully-written modern-day retelling.
Gritty urban drama about a teenage detective. Johnny wants to be a detective, and he's got it all figured out. So what is he to do when two of the most beautiful girls in the world give him a job to investigate? Investigate it of course. But quickly things spin out of Johnny's control, and he gets tangled up with the local gangs. Can he work out how he's ended up in this mess?
Two boys wheel-and-deal their way through life in the murky backstreets of East London. But how will the boys cope when confronted with a girl gunslinger and a monkey in a cage? Tense and artmospheric drama with the threat of violence never far away.
Michelle Magorian, illustrated by Peter Cottrill
A story about believing in yourself. Ben is desperate to impress Jack and Harry, that's why he said he'd do the first leg of the swimathon. But when Jack and Harry don't turn up, Ben has to face some tough truths about his 'friends'. And then Ben finds friendship in an unexpected place.