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A Remarkable Ear

by Anne Fine, illustrated by Roxana de Rond

Beloved and award-winning author Anne Fine returns with a touching, musical story of patience, practice and courage.

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Queen of King Street

by Tom McLaughlin

The Royal Family must learn to live like common people in this hilarious Barrington Stoke debut from the author of The Accidental Prime Minister.

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Lights on Cotton Rock

by David Litchfield

A Close Encounters-inspired story for under-fives from best-selling picture book creator David Litchfield.

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Splinters of Scarlet

by Emily Bain Murphy

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Wuthering Heights: A Retelling

by Tanya Landman

Carnegie Medal-winning author Tanya Landman reignites another beloved Bronte classic in a phenomenal retelling accessible to all readers.

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Elton John (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Sophie Beer

Part of the critically acclaimed Little People, BIG DREAMS series, discover the life of Elton John, the piano wizard who rocketed to stardom with his music.

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Atlas of Record-Breaking Adventures

by Emily Hawkins, illustrated by Lucy Letherland

Come face-to-face with the biggest, toughest, oldest and most unmissable wonders on Earth in Atlas of Record-Breaking Adventures, the sixth and latest in the bestselling series.

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50 Adventures in the 50 States

by Kate Siber, Lydia HIll

Set your spirit free on 50 amazing American adventures with this book that show cases the most exciting outdoors activities in each of the 50 states.

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Let's Save Our Planet: Forests

by Jess French , illustrated by Alexander Mostov

Perfect for future change-makers and eco-conscious kids, Lets Save Our Planet: Forests is a timely and empowering book.

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Little People, Big Dreams Sticker Activity Book

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara

A Sticker Activity Book full of all of your favourite characters from LPBD

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Red Stars

by Davide Morosinotto, translated by Denise Muir

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Illumisaurus

by Lucy Brownridge, illustrated by Carnovsky

Discover the world of the dinosaurs using your three-colour lens with this eye-popping prehistoric adventure, the fifth in the best-selling Illumi series from design duo Carnovsky.

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Carnival of the Animals (Story Orchestra)

by Katy Flint, illustrated by Jessica Courtney Tickle

The next title in this best-selling sound series reimagines Carnival of the Animals, one of the most famous suites of music for children, by Camille Saint-Saens.

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Steve Jobs (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Aura Lewis

Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Steve Jobs tells the inspiring story of this world-renowned entrepreneur.

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The Invasion of Crooked Oak

by Dan Smith, illustrated by Chris King

Stranger Things meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers in this thrilling sci-fi adventure from bestselling author Dan Smith.

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The House of Clouds

by Lisa Thompson, illustrated by Alice McKinley

The power of imagination, storytelling and magic combine in a poignant and uplifting novella on family and grief.

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After the War

by Tom Palmer, illustrated by Violet Tobacco

Master storyteller Tom Palmer returns with a deeply moving and beautifully told novel of friendship and belonging, inspired by the incredible true story of the Windermere Boys

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Pirate Ship (Inside Out)

by Paul Beck

This fascinating look at a pirate ship includes a die-cut model that reveals the ins and outs of working, living, and looting as a pirate!

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Horse (Inside Out)

by David George Gordon

This fascinating look at horses includes a die-cut model that reveals how these beloved creatures live, layer by layer!

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Noodle the Doodle

by Jonathan Meres

Chaos ensues when an excitable rescue dog becomes the newest member of the class in this adorable 'tail' from the bestselling author of World of Norm.

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Over the Line

by Tom Palmer

A stunning new edition of Tom Palmer's bestselling novel based on the true story of WWI war hero and footballing legend Jack Cock.

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Victor

by Jacques & Lise

A hunter dreams he is a cheetah - and decides to change his ways

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A Family Guide to Terrariums for Kids

by Patricia Buzo

With A Family Guide toTerrariums for Kids, budding botanists and artists can build, plant, and grow their own living worlds under glass following 15 unique and inspiring terrarium plans.

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Medieval Castle (Inside Out)

by Justine Ciovacco

This fascinating look at a medieval castle includes a die-cut model that reveals the ins and outs of defense, offense, and daily life, layer by layer!

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The Peculiar Thing with the Pea

by Kaye Umansky, illustrated by Claire Powell

An unconventional princess meets a rather reluctant prince as queen of comedy Kaye Umansky returns with another hilarious twist on fairy tale tradition.

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A to Z of Rocks, Minerals and Gems

by Claudia Martin

With a contemporary design, fun information and engaging images, the books in the A-Z series are the perfect first guides to popular non-fiction topics.

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Sea Creatures (How to Draw)

by Russell Farrell

How to Draw Sea Creatures offers step-by-step lessons on drawing a variety of undersea animals, including an octopus, a seahorse, a dolphin, and more, with colour illustrations and fun facts.

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Zoo Animals (How to Draw)

by Diana Fisher

With How to Draw Zoo Animals, follow the step-by-step illustrations to draw 20 lifelike animals found in the zoo. Along with trivia and fun facts, each animals conservation status is included.

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Military Machines (How to Draw)

by illustrated by Tom LaPadula

Young artists will revel in the variety of explosive drawing subjects featured in How to Draw Military Machines, from a twin-engine attack helicopter to a guided missile submarine, F-16 fighter jet, B-52 bomber, and more.

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Bearmouth

by Liz Hyder

The paperback edition of the acclaimed, fiercely original YA debut about justice, independence and resisting oppression.

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Copycat Science

by Mike Barfield, illustrated by Mike Barfield

Explore famous scientific discoveries through humorous comic strips - then have a go at copying the science experiments for yourself!

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Stanley Jr. Woodworking is Awesome

by STANLEY® Jr.

STANLEY® Jr. Woodworking is Awesome introduces young makers to the world of wood, with cool projects like a birdhouse, toss across game, and more!

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I Always Wanted One

by Olivier Tallec

A touching and funny story of the beautiful relationship between a boy and his dog, or in this case, between a dog and his boy.

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If You See a Lion

by Karl Newson, illustrated by Andrea Stegmaier

A devious and poorly disguised Lion tells the reader about a story that used to be in this book until a lion ate it all. While monologuing, a brave rabbit tries to confront him. Can one brave little rabbit save all the storybook characters?

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ABC Earth-Friendly Me (ABC for Me)

by Christiane Engel

Pairing aspects of eco-friendly living with each letter of the alphabet, ABC Earth-Friendly Me features 26 things a kid can do to help care for the earth.

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ABC What Can I Be? (ABC for Me)

by Jessie Ford

From an early age, kids get messages of what they can and cannot do. ABC What Can I Be? presents a whole alphabet full of things children can do when they grow up.

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Dots & Spots

by Kelli Chipperoni, Ryan Hayes

Is that a unicorn apocalypse sink hole? With Dots & Spots: A Drawing Book, explore the answers to this and more of the universes biggest questions as you sketch, doodle, draw, design, and colour using a series of random black spots and dots to guide your way.

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The B on Your Thumb

by Colette Hiller, illustrated by Tor Freeman

The B on Your Thumb is a book of rhymes and delightful ditties to boost early reading. Each rhyme teaches a particular sound, spelling or rule, and will delight young children with the silliness of the English language.

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The Bear, the Piano and Little Bear's Concert

by David Litchfield

The final book in the award-winning, bestselling trilogy shows that while fame and fortune might be temporary, the best songs stay in your heart forever.

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North Pole / South Pole (Pole to Pole a Flip Book)

by Michael Bright

A beautifully illustrated guide with a fun and innovative flip book format that allows the reader to explore and compare the two Poles.

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The Cursed Castle

by L.J. Tracosas

Solve dozens of unique puzzles to lift a castles curse in The Cursed Castle: An Escape Room in a Book!

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Creatures (100 Crazy Questions)

by Ben Grossblatt

100 Crazy Creature Questions offers real science answers to 100 silly animal scenarios.

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Our Wonderful World

by Ben Handicott

Our Wonderful World is an exciting journey through a diverse array of countries, bursting with colour, facts and rich detail that will delight any budding explorer.

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Pele (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Pele tells the inspiring story of this world-renowned footballer.

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Mayflower

by Rebecca Siegel, illustrated by Michael Lauritano

Marking the 400th anniversary of Mayflower's voyage to the new world, this beautiful and dramatic illustrated book brings the ships journey vividly to life.

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You Can Draw Comic Book Characters (Just for Kids!)

by Spencer Brinkerhoff

You Can Draw Comic Book Characters (Just for Kids) teaches drawing with simple steps and easy-to-find art tools, including techniques for designing your own comic book characters.

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Climate Change (What's the Issue?)

by Tom Jackson, illustrated by Cristina Guitian

What is climate change? Is it the same as global warming? Can we stop it? This book helps answer these questions and provides kids with the necessary knowledge to make up their own minds on climate change.

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The Farm That Feeds Us

by Nancy Castaldo, illustrated by Ginnie Hsu

The Farm That Feeds Us is a stylishly illustrated non-fiction book looking at the workings of a family farm, the different animals, crops, and machinery, and the rhythm of farm life throughout the year.

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The Secret Life of Spies

by Michael Noble, illustrated by Alexander Mostov

Uncover the lives of 20 real-life spies who dedicated their lives to the world of espionage and made it their mission to uncover the truth and collect secret information from their enemies.

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Baby Loves: Calm

by Jennifer Eckford, illustrated by Anna Katharina Jansen

B is for Breathe, C is for Calm and F is for Feelings in this beautiful ABC book designed to teach very young children the basic concepts of mindfulness and meditation.

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Baby Loves: Earth

by illustrated by Teresa Bellon, Jennifer Eckford

A is for Atmosphere, C is for Conservation, and G is for Green in this beautiful ABC book designed to teach very young children how to enjoy and protect our planet.

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Welcome to Ballet School

by Ashley Bouder, illustrated by Julia Bereciartu

Welcome to your first day at ballet school! Put on your ballet shoes and let's master your basics with pro teacher, Miss Ashley Bouder. Learn five basic lessons, then visit the costume room, before putting on your very own show of Sleeping Beauty at the end.

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In the Garden (Friendly Faces Wee Gallery cloth book)

by Surya Sajnani

Wee Gallery Friendly Faces: In the Garden provides sensory-rich entertainment for infants in a soft organic cloth book featuring four sweet garden animals.

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In the Wild (Friendly Faces Wee Gallery cloth book)

by Surya Sajnani

Wee Gallery Friendly Faces: In the Wild provides sensory-rich entertainment for infants in a soft organic cloth book featuring four sweet wild animals.

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On the Farm (Friendly Faces Wee Gallery cloth book)

by Surya Sajnani

Wee Gallery Friendly Faces: On the Farm provides sensory-rich entertainment for infants in a soft organic cloth book featuring four sweet farm animals.

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In the Forest (Friendly Faces Wee Gallery cloth book)

by Surya Sajnani

Wee Gallery Friendly Faces: In the Forest provides sensory-rich entertainment for infants in a soft organic cloth book featuring four sweet forest animals.

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How Rude!

by Clare Helen Welsh, Olivier Tallec

How Rude! follows ill-mannered Duck as he wreaks chaos at Dots tea party - a hilarious story about being rude and making up.

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Amazing Habitats

by Anita Ganeri, Chris Oxlade, illustrated by Paulina Morgan and consultant editor Richard

Explore, create and investigate with Ava and George - the Geo Detectives! Get hands-on and understand the amazing natural world, with fun activities and projects to do at home. Use your detective skills to find out all about amazing habitats.

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Secrets of the Witch

by Elsa Whyte, Julie Legere and illustrated by Laura Perez

Secrets of the Witch is an essential guide to sorcery, or grimoire for the young witch. Discover the rich and troubled history, learn to read the symbols of witchcraft, reveal the magic of crystals and become familiar with the spellbinding lore of the witch.

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News: Fact or Fake? (What's the Issue?)

by QED Publishing

What is fake news? How can the news be wrong? How do we know if what were reading is true or not? This book helps answer these questions and provides kids with the necessary knowledge to make up their own minds on fake news and the media as a whole.

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Corazon Aquino (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Ginnie Hsu

Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Corazon Aquino tells the inspiring story of the first female president of the Philippines.

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The Grumpy Fairies

by Bethan Stevens

A funny picture book about fairies, of the grumpy variety.

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Will You Survive?

by Paul Beck

In Will You Survive? Choose Your Own Path, an adventurous journey is filled with disasters. For each disaster, you can choose one of three paths. The path you choose determines your chances for survival. Learn real-life survival skills and fun facts as you go.

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Aretha Franklin (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Amy Blackwell

Part of the best-selling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Aretha Franklin tells the inspiring story of The Queen of Soul.

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Wild Weather (Geo Detectives)

by Anita Ganeri, Chris Oxlade, illustrated by Paulina Morgan

Explore, create and investigate with Ava and George - the Geo Detectives! Get hands-on and understand the amazing natural world, with fun activities and projects to do at home. Use your detective skills to find out all about the worlds wild weather.

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The War With Grandpa

by Robert Kimmel Smith, Robert Kimmel Smith

The hilarious story of a boy who leaps into battle when he's forced to share a room with his grandfather - film-tie in edition

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Through the Water Curtain and other Tales from Around the World

by Editor: Cornelia Funke

A delightful, diverse selection of fairy tales from around the world by one of our most beloved children's writers

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School for Nobodies

by Susie Bower

Family secrets, circus folk and a school for misfits - a young girl goes in search of her past in this hilarious, captivating debut

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The Unplugged Family Activity Book

by Rachel Jepson Wolf

The Unplugged Family Activity Book is your guide to exploring the natural world as a family, with dozens of outdoor and indoor activities, recipes, and crafts!

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Nature Play Workshop for Families

by Monica Wiedel-Lubinski, Karen Madigan

Nature Play Workshop for Families reveals the benefits of nature connection for young children and describes how caring adults can nurture it through outdoor play in all seasons.

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We The People

by Evan Sargent, illustrated by Aura Lewis

We The People takes the US Constitution out of its glass box, bringing to life this momentous document and its vital role throughout history and the modern world.

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When Darwin Sailed the Sea

by David Long, illustrated by Sam Kalda

Published to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the launch of the HMS Beagle, this fully-illustrated book tells the story of Charles Darwin, detailing the history of his life and how his ground-breaking discoveries and astonishing researched helped shape the world today.

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I Am Not a Label

by Cerrie Burnell, illustrated by Lauren Mark Baldo

This book brings together 34 disabled artists, thinkers, athletes and activists from past and present.

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A to Z of Ocean Life

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

With a contemporary design, fun information and engaging images, the books in the A-Z series are the perfect first guides to popular non-fiction topics.

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A to Z of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals

by Nancy Dickmann

With a contemporary design, fun information and engaging images, the books in the A-Z series are the perfect first guides to popular non-fiction topics.

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Whose Habitat is That?

by Lucile Picketty

A beautiful pop-up book as youve never seen before. A non-fiction clues give information about an animal hidden in its habitat. Pull the pop-up tab and the creature appears suspended in a whirlwind of spiralling paper at home in its natural environment.

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Bone! (Feed Me)

by Carly Madden, illustrated by Laurie Stansfield

In this fun, interactive board book, children can choose what to feed the pop-out pet characters - pick from four ‘dangly' food items, hanging from the spine of the book.

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Atlas of Adventures: Travel Edition

by illustrated by Lucy Letherland


Take the adventure with you with this new Travel Edition of the critically acclaimed Atlas of Adventures. Whether you're visiting the penguins of Antarctica, joining the Carnival in Brazil or taking a canoe safari down the Zambezi River, this book brings together more than 100 activities and challenges to inspire adventurers of any age.

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Animal Exploration Lab for Kids

by Maggie Reinbold

Animal Exploration Lab for Kids teaches kids about animal classifications, adaptations, and habitats.

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The Tree Keepers: Flock

by Gemma Koomen

A beautiful debut about community and friendship set in the world of the Tree Keepers: tiny people who look after the tree, and each other.

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Adventures in Engineering for Kids (Design Genius Junior)

by Brett Schilke

Adventures in Engineering for Kids (Design Genius Jr) teaches creative problem solving, design thinking, and multiple facets of engineering to expands kids' understanding of the world today and the possible worlds of the future.

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Moo, Cluck, Baa! (Wee Gallery Sound Book)

by Surya Sajnani

Little fingers can easily press the sound chips to hear their favourite farm animals make familiar and fun sounds; and learn their names in this interactive board book.

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Vroom, Zoom! Here Comes The Fire Engine (Wee Gallery sound book)

by Surya Sajnani

Little fingers can easily press the sound chips to hear favourite city vehicles, and learn their names in this interactive board book.

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Mountains (Worlds of Wonder)

by Charlotte Guillain, illustrated by Chris Madden

Hike across alpine landscapes and snowy peaks to discover the diverse range of plants and animals that live there. Beautiful, immersive illustrations and lyrical text shines a light on Earth's delicate ecosystems and shows the importance of maintaining these beautiful, natural habitats.

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Dolly Parton (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Daria Solak

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Dolly Parton tells the inspiring story of this extraordinary singer-songwriter and businesswoman.

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Wilma Rudolph (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Amelia Flower

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Wilma Rudolph tells the inspiring story of this remarkable sprinter.

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Kites

by Simon Mole, illustrated by Oamul Lu

David has just moved house; new surroundings without the support of familiar people. Perhaps if he can make a kite and join the children on the hill he will find friends. But does he have the right materials?

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The Way To Treasure Island

by Lizzy Stewart

Matilda wants to find treasure but her dad keeps getting distracted in this funny, adventure-packed story about family from the author of the best-selling There's a Tiger in the Garden.

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The Secret Life of Trees

by Moira Butterfield, illustrated by Vivian Mineker

Listen to ancient tales from Oakheart the Brave, the oldest and wisest tree in the forest, and be inspired by the magic and mystery of nature. Combining non-fiction with a splash of fantasy, this is a book you will get lost in, time and again.

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Little Me, Big Dreams Journal

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara

From the creators of the best-selling Little People, Big Dreams series, Little Me, Big Dreams Journal is a beautifully illustrated guided journal featuring quotes from the inspirational characters from the series and confidence-boosting activities.

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The Environment (What on Earth?)

by Jonathan Litton, illustrated by Paulina Morgan

A fascinating introduction to the environment - the air, soil, water, plants and animals. How do our actions affect the environment and what on Earth can we do about it?

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World Politics in 100 Words

by Eleanor Levenson, illustrated by Paul Boston

Beautifully illustrated and with easily digestible information, this book is a compilation of 100 words summing up politics in a nut shell, with the intention of starting conversations and sparking exploration.

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Roman and Iris (A Helping Hand)

by Nancy Loewen, illustrated byElisa Paganelli

Roman was having a great time at summer camp…until he accidentally bumped into Iris. Every day Iris found a new way to trouble Roman until eventually he dreaded going to camp. Why is Iris being so mean and what should Roman do to stop it happening?

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Who Loves Dinosaurs? (Wee Gallery Colour Me bath book)

by Surya Sajnani

Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed or dipped in water, revealing a world of colour.

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Who Loves Pets? (Wee Gallery Colour Me bath book)

by Surya Sajnani

Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed or dipped in water, revealing a world of colour.

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Ready to Ride

by Sebastien Pelon

A beautiful, stylish book with a can do attitude about riding a bike for the first time. A little boy is told to play outside by his mum, and bumps into an imaginary friend with whom he goes for a bike ride. At first he finds it difficult to keep up, but with the imaginary friend's help he takes off the bike's stabilisers and learns to freewheel - all the way home.

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I Like Sports (what jobs are there?)

by Steve Martin, illustrated by Tom Woolley

That's a Job? I Like Sport is the perfect guide for children who love sports and want to know all about what careers they could have.

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Amazing Athletes (40 Inspiring Icons)

by Jean-Michel Billioud

40 Inspiring Icons: Amazing Athletes introduces you to the top 40 Olympic athletes of all time with fun illustrations and key stats and facts.

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Yoga Animals: In the Forest

by Christiane Kerr, illustrated by Julia Green

Yoga Animals introduces children to yoga and mindfulness through an engaging story and illustrated step-by-step yoga poses.

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Encyclopedia of Insects

by Jules Howard, illustrated by Miranda Zimmerman

Find out everything you ever wanted to know about insects in this comprehensive encyclopedia

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Ocean Atlas

by Tom Jackson, illustrated by Ana Djordjevic

In this follow-on to Space Atlas (QED, 2018), readers will be taken on a journey across the waves and into the darkest deeps of the ocean. Covering geography, ecosystems and animals, this book is more than just an atlas of the Pacific, Atlantic and other oceans and seas.

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Jean-Michel Basquiat (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Luciano Lozano

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, Jean-Michel Basquiat tells the inspiring story of this pioneering American artist.

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Jesse Owens (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Anna Katharina Jansen

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, Jesse Owens tells the inspiring story of this track and field legend.

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Pitter Patter Penguin (Wee Gallery bath book)

by Surya Sajnani

Watch the penguin leap from soft page to page on one side of this gorgeous cloth book-on the other, meet a host of Arctic creatures - seal, tern, orca - as each irresistible flap unfolds.

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Tip Toe Tiger (Wee Gallery cloth book)

by Surya Sajnani

Unravel this beautiful organic cloth book and follow Tiger as he tip toes through the day, taking care around the spring flower, and listening out for the monkey and bird.

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Survival in Space

by David Long, illustrated by Stefano Tambellini

A fact-filled and captivating retelling of one of history's most famous space missions, publishing to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13's fateful launch.

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Pond Pals (Little Hands)

by Teresa Bellon

Make bath time magical with this stylishly illustrated accordion-fold bath book!

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Ocean Adventures (Little Hands)

by Teresa Bellon

Bath time becomes a magical experience with this bold and stylish accordion-fold bath book! Splish, splash, and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed with water, revealing a world of colour.

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Look for Ladybird in Ocean City

by Katherina Manolessou

Daisy and Basil take Ladybird on holiday… but while learning to scuba dive, Ladybird sneaks off in a submarine into Ocean City! Can you help Daisy and Basil find him?

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Gandhi (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Albert Arrayas

Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, this board book version of Gandhi tells the inspiring story of this peaceful protester and father of India.

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David Bowie (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Ana Albero

This board book version of David Bowie - from the critically acclaimed Little People, Big Dreams series - introduces the youngest dreamers to the incredible life of this starman who dazzled audiences with his music.

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On a Starry Night

by Kate Hodges

Perfect for families looking to reduce screen time and instead enjoy creative, active and perhaps even spooky evenings.

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Cloud Forest

by Victoria Turnbull

This incredibly moving tale from acclaimed author-illustrator Victoria Turnbull speaks of the power of books to bring people together, and to help us remember loved ones when they're no longer with us.

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What About Neko? (A Helping Hand)

by Nancy Loewen, illustrated by Elisa Paganelli

Becca's parents are getting a divorce and she and her brother will be splitting their time between two homes, but what about Neko, the family dog? Who will explain to Neko whats happening and why?

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The Chemistry for Kids (The Kitchen Pantry Scientist)

by Liz Lee Heinecke

Chemistry for Kids (Kitchen Pantry Scientist) features biographies of 25 leading chemists, past and present, accompanied by accessible, hands-on experiments and activities to bring the history and principles of chemistry alive.

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Toot, Toot, Boom! (Wee Gallery sound book)

by Surya Sajnani

Babies will love joining in the life-like sounds as bear blows the trumpet, tiger rocks the guitar, bunny bangs the drum and penguin plays the piano.

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Nature's Light Spectacular (Glow in the Dark)

by Katy Flint, illustrated by Cornelia Li

Discover Earth's most amazing natural phenomena in this adventure around the globe, including a glow-in-the-dark poster.

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Animal Olympics

by Carron Brown , illustrated by Katy Tanis

Roll up, roll up! It's time to take a front row seat at the Animal Olympics. See creatures from across the world compete to win a gold medal in some of the most amazing contests ever. Discover the highest jumpers, fastest swimmers and the highest flyers in the animal kingdom.

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My Best Friend

by Rob Hodgson

A deliciously dark tale of a mouse and the best friend who wants to eat him.

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Shhh!

by Barroux

In Shhh!, a gently humorous book perfect for bedtime, a young boy imagines all sorts of animals going to sleep.

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Just Another Little Lie

by Eve Ainsworth

Award-winning author Eve Ainsworth returns with a stark, honest and deeply moving novella exploring the difficult subject of alcohol addiction.

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Own Goal (Football Mad #1)

by Paul Stewart, illustrated by Michael Broad

The drama of football and friendship takes to the pitch in this action-packed sporting novel from top-selling author Paul Stewart.

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Football Crazy

by Tony Bradman, illustrated by Michael Broad

A brand-new 4u2read edition of a fun and light-hearted football story from reluctant-reader favourite Tony Bradman.

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Sequin and Stitch

by Laura Dockrill, illustrated by Sara Ogilvie

Acclaimed creator Laura Dockrill sews together family, imagination and heart in this lyrical and completely unique Barrington Stoke debut.

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Louise Bourgeois (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Helena Perez Garcia

Louise Bourgeois (Little People, Big Dreams) tells the inspiring story of the talented sculpture artist.

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A World Full of Dickens Stories

by Angela McAllister, illustrated by Jannicke Hansen

A beautifully illustrated anthology of some of Charles Dickens' greatest works retold and adapted by the incredibly talented Angela McAllister.

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Billie Jean King (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Miranda Sofroniou

Billie Jean King tells the story of this inspiring tennis player and activist.

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Down The Back of the Chair

by Margaret Mahy, illustrated by Polly Dunbar

New edition of a classic tale from one of the 20th century's bestselling children's authors.

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Hush... Little Bear Is Sleeping (Wee Gallery sound book)

by Surya Sajnani

Little fingers can easily press the sound chips to hear favourite nighttime animals, and learn their names in this interactive board book.

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Greta Thunberg (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Anke Weckmann

Greta Thunberg (Little People, Big Dreams) tells the inspiring true story of the environmental activist.

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How Selfish

by Clare Helen Welsh, Olivier Tallec

A simple, yet hilarious, story about manners and friendship which gets more and more ridiculous with every turn of the page!

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What is Baby Going to Do? (Flap Flap)

by Laura Knowles, illustrated by Juliana Perdomo

Can you guess what the babies are about to do? An engaging lift-the-flap book exploring familiar daily activities for babies and toddlers. Encourages conversation and hand-eye co-ordination.

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What is Mummy Going to Do? (Flap Flap)

by Carly Madden, illustrated by Juliana Perdomo

Can you guess what mummy is about to do? An engaging lift-the-flap book exploring familiar daily activities for babies and toddlers. Encourages conversation and hand-eye co-ordination.

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The Not BAD Animals

by Sophie Corrigan

Children will learn facts about a collection of different creatures as Sophie Corrigan's unique artwork and hilarious text dispels facts about animals who have been given a bad rep!

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Who Do You Think You Are?

by Alice Harman, illustrated by Blok Magnaye

Find out what makes you tick in this stylish book of 20 illustrated psychological tests based on key psychology methods.

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Norman the Norman

by Philip Ardagh

The hilarious, rolicking adventures of mighty (but little) Norman the Norman brought together for the first time in this bumper paperback edition.

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Clever Cakes

by Michael Rosen, illustrated by Ashley King

Two super-smart kids triumph in these perfectly packaged tales with a twist from multi-award-winning and bestselling author Michael Rosen

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Cool Creations (Super Science Experiments)

by Elizabeth Snoke Harris

The whole world is a laboratory, even your house! With 84 safe and fun experiments and activities, Cool Creations (SUPER Science Experiments) is the ultimate lab book for creative kid scientists.

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At Home (Super Science Experiments)

by Elizabeth Snoke Harris

The whole world is a laboratory, even your house! With 88 safe and fun experiments and activities, At Home (SUPER Science Experiments) is the ultimate lab book for kid scientists.

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Build It (Super Science Experiments)

by Elizabeth Snoke Harris

The whole world is a laboratory, even your house! With 86 safe and fun experiments and activities, Build It (SUPER Science Experiments) is the ultimate lab book for kids who want to build cool stuff.

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Outdoor Fun (Super Science Experiments)

by Elizabeth Snoke Harris

The whole world is a laboratory, even your backyard! With 87 safe and fun experiments and activities, Outdoor Fun (SUPER Science Experiments) is the ultimate lab book for kids who love nature and the outdoors!

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A Quick History of Maths

by Clive Gifford, illustrated by Michael Young

43,000 years of mathematical discoveries packed into one book ... plus lots of jokes.

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On the Train Activity Book

by Steve Martin, illustrated by Putri Febriana

Bursting with head-scratching puzzles, fun colouring activities and educational quizzes - the perfect companion for train journeys or any other kind as well!

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Pirate Adventure (You're the Hero)

by Lily Murray, illustrated by Stef Murphy

In You're the Hero: Pirate Adventure, readers age 5+ can choose their way through a pirate-based adventure. The different choices on each spread gives a combination of hundreds of stories - a new one with every read!

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50 Reasons To Love Endangered Animals

by Catherine Barr, illustrated by Hanako Clulow

Discover 50 reasons to love lots of animals in this lovable, gifty anthology!

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National Parks of the USA Activity Book

by Claire Grace, illustrated by Chris Turnham and Kate Siber

Get busy with this awesome activity book packed with maps, wildlife, nature, spotters guides and a kaleidoscope of activities unique to the USA's National Parks.

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Princess Kevin

by Michael Escoffier, illustrated by Roland Garrigue

This year, Kevin is going to the school fancy dress show as a princess. His costume is perfect but somehow things dont go quite a smoothly as he planned. Next year, there is only one thing for it. He will just have to be something even more fabulous.

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This is the Way in Dogtown

by Jade Huang

Sing along to the rhyme with this delightful book of first experiences set in a town populated by dogs!

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Bob Dylan (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Conrad Roset

Bob Dylan tells the inspiring story of one of the most influential musicians of all time.

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Alan Turing (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Ashling Lindsay

Alan Turing tells the inspiring story of the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence.

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Bubble Trouble

by Margaret Mahy, illustrated by Polly Dunbar

A hilarious rhyming romp from Margaret Mahy and Polly Dunbar. With a poetic text, a fun and funny story, and bright artwork, this is a perfect read aloud for story time.

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Boom Baby Boom Boom

by Margaret Mahy, illustrated by Margaret Chamberlain

Good Baby gets a banana for pudding and, this time, he eats it all up. Boom-biddy-boom-biddy-yum-yum-yum!

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A Quick History of the Universe

by Clive Gifford, illustrated by Rob Flowers

A Quick History of the Universe takes a whistlestop tour through - funnily enough - the history of the universe, from the Big Bang to right now. The narrative text and cartoons cover all you need to know about space, forces and physics.

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Duncan Versus the Googleys

by Kate Milner

A quirky and hilarious debut about scheming old ladies, mechanical monsters and fearless children from an award-winning illustrator

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The Letter for the King (Netflix Tie-in)

by Tonke Dragt

New edition of this thrilling classic adventure to coincide with a major 7-part Netflix series

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Anna Gain and the Same Sixty Seconds

by Guy Bass, illustrated by Steve May

A laugh-out-loud and punny take on Groundhog Day for young readers from a top-notch author-illustrator pairing.

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The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

by Muriel Spark

Muriel Spark’s classic novel of the power of loyalty and influence now available in a stunning package that is accessible for all readers.

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Magicat

by Jennifer Grey, Amanda Swift, illustrated by Richard Watson

Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure from the authors of Guinea Pigs Online and Puppies Online.

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A Bad Day for Jayden

by Tony Bradman, illustrated by Tania Rex

Reluctant-reader favourite Tony Bradman returns with a gentle and sensitively told story of life as a young carer.

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Captain Whiskers

by Jeremy Strong, illustrated by Matt Robertson

A furry, funny and very cute Little Gem that's full of heart from King of Comedy Jeremy Strong.

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Glass Town Wars

by Celia Rees

A new novel by the bestselling author of Witch Child: an adventure story drawing on the early writings of the Bronte children.

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Vivienne Westwood (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Laura Callaghan

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book edition of Vivienne Westwood tells the inspiring story of this flame-haired fashion designer and impresario.

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Maria Montessori (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Raquel Martin

This board book version of Maria Montessori (Little People, Big Dreams) tells the inspiring story of this pioneering teacher and researcher.

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Mae Jemison (Work It, Girl)

by Caroline Moss, illustrated by Sinem Erkas

Discover how Mae Jemison became the first African American woman in space, in this true story of her life.

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Michelle Obama (Work It, Girl)

by Caroline Moss, illustrated by Sinem Erkas

Discover how Michelle Obama became an inspirational leader, FLOTUS, lawyer and role model in this true story of her life.

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One World, Many Colours

by Ben Lerwill, illustrated by Alette Straathof

A lyrical and vibrant exploration of the world told through the spectrum of colour, from travel writer Ben Lerwill and with stunning illustrations by Alette Straathof.

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Audubon Birding Adventures for Kids

by Elissa Wolfson, Margaret Barker

An exciting introduction to the world of birding for kids (and their parents), from identifying common species to creating safe species-appropriate habitats, homes, and feeders for common songbirds.

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The Great Big Brain Book

by Mary Hoffman, illustrated by Ros Asquith

Brains are amazing! Find out how our brains work and how they control the rest of the body. From how they create our memories, to how they help us learn new things, get ready to uncover lots of fascinating facts about the brain.

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Rainbow Colours

by Juliana Perdomo

Take your child on a journey through the colours of the rainbow, with this charming, layered board book. A visual introduction to colours and objects in the world around us, this book is bright and bold, with a positive underlying theme of diversity.

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Toys (Little Hands)

by illustrated by Teresa Bellon

Keep babies entertained on the move with this chunky board book, featuring fun and familiar toys. A chunky board book with strap, perfect to keep little hands busy on the go!

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Farm Animals (Little Hands)

by illustrated by Teresa Bellon

Keep babies entertained on the move with this chunky board book, featuring adorable farm animals. A chunky board book with strap, perfect to keep little hands busy on the go!

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Evonne Goolagong (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Lisa Koesterke

Be amazed by one of Australia's most inspiring tennis players - Evonne Goolagong - who overcame adversity and went on to win 13 majors, 84 singles, 50 doubles and 5 mixed doubles titles throughout her illustrious career.

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Claude Monet (Portrait of an Artist)

by Lucy Brownridge, illustrated by Caroline Bonne-Muller

Learn about one of the worlds favourite painters - Claude Monet - in this unique biography series, which depicts the story of an artist 's life through their own masterworks.

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Astrid Lindgren (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Linzie Hunter

Discover how Astrid Lindgren grew up to become one of the world's best-loved authors, and the creator of the irresistible Pippi Longstocking.

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The Story of Inventions

by Catherine Barr, illustrated by Amy Husband

The Story of Inventions takes readers on a journey through time and all over the world to learn all about some of the most ground-breaking and inspiring inventions from throughout history that helped shape the world we know today.

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Read To Your Toddler Every Day

by Lucy Brownridge, illustrated by Chloe Giordano

In this follow-up to Read to Your Baby Every Day, soothe your toddler with retellings of traditional folk tales, fairy tales and fables from around the world paired with images of Chloe Giordano's charming hand-embroidered illustrations on cloth.

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What Do Scientists Do All Day?

by illustrated by Maggie Li, Jane Wilsher

What do scientists do all day? Find out in this fully illustrated book that features more than 100 types of scientist.

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Manga Chibis (You Can Draw Just for Kids!)

by Samantha Whitten, Jeannie Lee

Manga Chibis (You Can Draw Just for Kids!) shows how to draw in the chibi style using simple steps and easy-to-find art tools, including tips and techniques for designing your own chibi characters.

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Manga Chibi Characters, Critters & Scene (You Can Draw Just for Kids!)

by Samantha Whitten, Jeannie Lee

Manga Chibi Characters, Critters & Scenes (You Can Draw Just For Kids!) shows how to draw in the chibi style using simple steps and easy-to-find art tools. Also included are tips and techniques for designing your own chibi creations!

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Frida Kahlo Doll and Book Set

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Gee Fan Eng

This adorably stylish gift set includes the board book version of the bestselling Frida Kahlo - from the critically acclaimed Little People, Big Dreams series-and a plush Frida Kahlo doll.

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Georgia O'Keeffe (Portrait of an Artist)

by illustrated by Alice Wietzel, Lucy Brownridge

Learn about one of the world's favourite painters and mother of American Modernism - Georgia O'Keeffe - in this unique biography series, which depicts the story of an artist 's life through their own masterworks.

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My First Book of Comparisons

by Clive Gifford, illustrated by Ana Seixas

A compelling and entertaining picture book for curious kids aged 5 and up. Exciting visual comparisons and fascinating facts help children measure and compare the world around them.

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Once Upon a Dragon's Fire

by Beatrice Blue

This heartwarming story of how dragons got their fire is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Once Upon a Unicorn Horn.

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Star for a Day

by Jean Ure, illustrated by Charlie Alder

A brand new low-reading age edition of a warm and wise tale about the unique challenges of pre-teen life, particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 7+

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Stars Before Bedtime

by Claire Grace, Jessamy Hibberd and illustrated by Hannah Tolson

The perfect fall asleep book. Calming relaxation exercises are seamlessly weaved into the magical stories about the glittering night sky to help children settle before drifting off to sleep.

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Queer Heroes

by Arabelle Sicardi, illustrated by Sarah Tanat-Jones

A vibrantly illustrated book of biographies celebrating the achievements of great LGBT artists, writers, innovators, athletes, and activists.

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Once Upon a Unicorn Horn

by Beatrice Blue

The funny, heartwarming first title in a new picture-book series explaining how magical creatures got their distinguishing features.

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Art for Little Kids (Little Learning Labs)

by Susan Schwake

Developed for the younger set (4-to-6-year-olds) and targeting one of the most critical developmental periods for children, Art for Little Kids (Little Learning Labs) is the perfect book for both parents and teachers who are seeking enriching and unique experiences to offer this age group.

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Geology for Kids (Little Learning Labs)

by Garret Romaine

Geology for Kids (Little Learning Labs) is a family-friendly guide to the wonders of geology, like crystals and fossils, the layers of the earths crust, and the eruption of geysers and volcanoes.

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Bugs for Kids (Little Learning Labs)

by John W. Guyton

Bugs for Kids (Little Learning Labs) is an engaging, scientifically accurate, and fun activity book that explores the exciting world of bugs.

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Math Games for Kids (Little Learning Lab)

by Rebecca Rapoport, J.A. Yoder

Math Games for Kids (Little Learning Labs) makes math fun through games, puzzles, and playing with shapes.

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Stephen Hawking

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Matt Hunt

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Stephen Hawking tells the inspiring story of the brilliant physicist and author.

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Muhammad Ali (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Brosmind

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Muhammad Ali tells the inspiring story of the greatest boxer of all time.

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Good Dog!

by Sean Taylor, illustrated by David Barrow

A laugh out loud tale of a lovably clueless dog and his owner.

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3D Printing and Maker Lab for Kids

by Eldrid Sequeira

Presents hands-on activities for learning how to use browser-based software to design and print projects, along with informative sidebars to support related STEAM concepts.

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All I Said Was (Acorn edition)

by Michael Morpurgo

The power of reading comes alive in this brilliantly accessible, low reading age, and fully illustrated title from mulit-award-winning author Michael Morpurgo.

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Freddy the Pig (Acorn edition)

by Charlie Higson

Feddy sends a pig to school in his place in this hilarious acessible read from best-selling author Charlie Higson.

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Harry and Kate at the Book Museum (Acorn edition)

by Sophie McKenzie

Harry and Kate foil a robbery at the Book Museum in this super-accessible mystery from bset-selling author Sopie McKenzie.

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Itch Scritch Scratch (Acorn edition)

by Eleanor Updale

Scratching kids and maddened mums wage war on some very nasty nits in this hilarious rhyming story. A super-accessible, low reading age title from beloved author Eleanor Updale

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Jenny's Choice (Acorn edition)

by Catherine MacPhail

A spine-tingling thriller in a brilliantly accessible format, from beloved and bestselling author Catherine MacPhail.

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Pancake Face (Acorn edition)

by Georgia Byng

A touching story of difference and acceptance in an accessible, lower reading age format.

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Wolfman (Acorn edition)

by Michael Rosen

Wolfman is on the loose in this rollicking low reading age book from renowned and bestselling author Michael Rosen.

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Yellow Rabbit (Acorn edition)

by Teresa Flavin

Ahsley's favourite toy is missing and doesn't want to come home in this brilliantly accessible book from Teresa Flavin.

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Big Ideas For Young Thinkers

by Jamia Wilson, illustrated by Andrea Pippins

Explore 20 of the biggest questions of our day. This book teaches children to think critically in a world which needs young thinkers.

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I Like to Move! (Follow the Trail)

by words&pictures

This adorable board book has bold illustrations and colourful felt pieces between each page. Children can follow the soft trails with their fingers to encourage hand-eye coordination.

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You Are Lovely! (Follow the Trail)

by words&pictures

This adorable board book has bold illustrations and colourful felt pieces between each page. Children can follow the soft trails with their fingers to encourage hand-eye coordination.

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My Mum Always Looks After Me So Much

by Sean Taylor, illustrated by David Barrow

A funny, heartwarming picture book about the love between a mother and a child, written by master storyteller Sean Taylor and illustrated by David Barrow.

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The Kingdom of Nothing

by Ronald Wohlman, illustrated by Dylan Hewitt

How does the Royal Family live so happily when they have nothing?

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Martin Luther King, Jr. (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Mai Ly Degnan

Learn about the incredible life of Martin Luther King, Jr., the inspiring minister and civil rights activist, in this new title from the Little People, Big Dreams series.

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David Attenborough (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Mikyo Noh

New in the series, discover the life of David Attenborough - the inspiring broadcaster and conservationist.

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Spring Is Here, Little Rabbit! (Little Faces)

by Matthew Morgan and illustrated by Carles Ballesteros

Playful storytelling in this stunning board book all about springtime animals! Little Faces is a board book with a difference.

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Poems Aloud

by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Daniel Gray-Barnett

A wittily illustrated anthology of poems, written to be read aloud. 20 poems arm children with techniques for lifting poetry off the page and performing with confidence.

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I Like Animals ... what jobs are there? (That's a Job?)

by Steve Martin, illustrated by Roberto Blefari

The perfect guide for children who love animals and want to know all about what careers they could have.

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Music Is My Life

by Myles Tanzer, illustrated by Ali Mac

Learn about emotion and music in this beautifully produced anthology

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Math Art and Drawing Games for Kids

by Karyn Tripp

Through the 40+ creative, hands-on art projects in Math Art and Drawing Games for Kids, kids age 8 and up can learn to master math.

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Everybody Counts

by Kristin Roskifte

This is a seek-and-find picture book where you can count people, follow them, feel with them and see how their stories interweave.

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The Surprising Lives of Animals

by Anna Claybourne , illustrated by Stef Murphy

Explores what humans and animals have in common. From building homes and using tools to getting the grumps and enjoying a bath - yes, animals do it too!

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The Girl with the Sunshine Smile

by Karen McCombie, illustrated by Cathy Brett

A brand-new 4u2read edition of a wonderfully warm and wise story about new families and new relationships.

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Monster Slayer

by Brian Patten, illustrated by Chris Riddell

A stunning prose retelling of Beowulf from an author-illustrator dream-team.

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Jane Eyre

by Tanya Landman

Tanya Landman returns with a brilliantly realised and truly accessible retelling of one of the greatest novels ever written.

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Five Ways to Make a Friend

by Gillian Cross, illustrated by Sarah Horne

A touching tale of friendship, understanding and finding the confidence to be yourself.

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Respect

by Michaela Morgan

The remarkable true story of footballing star and war hero Walter Tull is brought to life in this brand-new edition of a Barrington Stoke bestseller.

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A Number of Numbers (Search and Find)

by AJ Wood, illustrated by Allan Sanders

Take a ride through 26 fully illustrated search and find spreads, each one themed on a number. With plenty of Where's Waldo style humour, this is the best way to learn your 1, 2, 3s.

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The Antlered Ship

by Eric Fan, Terry Fan and Dashka Slater

An inquisitive fox sets off on a seafaring voyage with a crew of deer and pigeons in this enchanting tale of friendship and adventure.

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I Love You, Elephant!

by illustrated by Carles Ballesteros, Harriet Stone

Exciting paper technology meets playful storytelling in this stunning board book about friendship and loving others - whatever their size, shape or species!

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A Year of Nature Poems

by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Kelly Louise Judd

A beautifully illustrated portrait of one complete year in nature, with a double page spread dedicated to each month from January through to December.

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The Woods

by Rob Hodgson

The Woods is a cat-and-mouse (or fox-and-rabbit) story with a not-so-fluffy twist from the author of The Cave.

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This Book Can Read Your Mind

by Susannah Lloyd, illustrated by Jacob Grant

You have opened a very special book. This book can do something that has NEVER been achieved before. This book can read your mind.

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This Book Is Anti-Racist

by Tiffany Jewell, illustrated by Aurelia Durand

Learn about identities, histories, and anti-racism work in 20 carefully laid out chapters.

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The Mole and the Hole

by Brayden Kowalczuk

A riotously funny story about how NOT to be a good neighbour.

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The Incredible Hotel

by Kate Davies, illustrated by Isabelle Follath

A visually stunning picture book about The Incredible Hotel and Stefan, who dreams of being a chef.

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Young, Gifted and Black

by Jamia Wilson, illustrated by Andrea Pippins

This book brings together 52 icons of colour from the past and present in a celebration of achievement.

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Nativity (Watch Me Read and Draw)

by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team , illustrated by Mattia Cerato

The Nativity (Watch Me Read and Draw) is a drawing and story book that teaches kids to draw with simple steps while reading a fun, engaging Bible story.

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Noah's Ark (Watch Me Read and Draw)

by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team , illustrated by Jannie Ho

Noah's Ark (Watch Me Read and Draw) is a step-by-step drawing and story book that contains a fun, engaging Bible story while teaching kids how to draw Noah, the ark, and animals with simple steps.

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My Sweet Orange Tree

by Jose Mauro de Vasconcelos

Over fifty years after its first publication, the multimillion-copy international bestseller is available in paperback again, sharing the heartbreaking tale of a gifted, mischievous, direly misunderstood boy growing up in Rio de Janeiro.

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The Book of Flying Machines (Clever Cogz)

by Neil Clark

Join Cogz the Robot Dog and discover all about how flying machines work, in this bright and fun STEM title. Bite-sized text and colourful, informative illustrations introduce the transport topics in a simple, engaging way for young readers with a passion for vehicles and machines.

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The Book of Diggers and Dozers (Clever Cogz)

by Neil Clark

Join Cogz the Robot Dog and discover all about how diggers and bulldozers work, in this bright and fun STEM title. Bite-sized text and colourful, informative illustrations introduce the transport topics in a simple, engaging way for young readers with a passion for vehicles and machines.

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Winter Sleep

by Sean Taylor, Alex Morss and Cinyee Chiu

A mix of narrative and factual content, offering a gentle introduction to the concept of hibernation, seen through the lens of a child's journey walking through a winter landscape.

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The Little Fir Tree

by Christopher Corr

A beautifully illustrated retelling of Hans Christian Andersens festive tale.

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Encyclopedia of Animals

by Jules Howard, illustrated by Jarom Vogel

A comprehensive guide to the animal kingdom covering: fish, reptiles, invertebrates, amphibians, birds and mammals

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The Water Cycle (Geo Detectives)

by Chris Oxlade, Anita Ganeri, illustrated by Paulina Morgan

Explore, create and investigate with Ava and George - the Geo Detectives! Get hands-on and understand the amazing natural world, with fun activities and projects to do at home. Use your detective skills to find out all about the water cycle.

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Volcanoes and Earthquakes (Geo Detective)

by Chris Oxlade, Anita Ganeri, illustrated by Paulina Morgan

Explore, create and investigate with Ava and George - the Geo Detectives! Get hands-on and learn about the amazing natural world, with fun activities and projects to do at home. Use your detective skills to find out all about volcanoes and earthquakes.

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Scared Little Red Riding Hood (Fairytale Friends)

by Sue Nicholson, illustrated by Laura Brenlla

Little Red Riding Hood is scared of everything - animals, the dark and the way the wind howls through the trees in the forest. When she finds a lost wolf cub in need of help, can she find courage to brave the forest? Learn about bravery in this story of Little Red Riding Hood and her fairytale friends.

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Keep Trying, Aladdin! (Fairytale Friends)

by Sue Nicholson, illustrated by Laura Brenlla

When Aladdin moves to the village, he is very keen to try out ice skating. His new friends are all very good and think skating is easy, but Aladdin doesnt find it easy at all! Will he manage to pick himself up and keep trying? Learn about determination in this story of Aladdin and his fairytale friends.

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Ultimate Slime Extreme Edition

by Alyssa Jagan

Ultimate Slime Extreme Edition is a collection of 100+ new recipes/ideas/projects for making and playing with slime from slime guru Alyssa J of @CraftySlimeCreator, author of Ultimate Slime.

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Snow Queen (Storytime Classics)

by Saviour Pirotta, illustrated by Lucy Fleming

Beautifully illustrated and simply expressed, this is a modern telling of the classic story of enchantment that will melt anyones cold heart ...

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Look Up at the Stars

by Katie Cotton, illustrated by Miren Asiain Lora

A lyrical picture book that celebrates imagination, adventure, coming home - and the idea that sometimes what you are looking for is right under your nose.

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It's A No-Money Day

by Kate Milner

A poignant and pertinent exploration of life below the poverty line from the critically acclaimed award-winning creator of My Name is Not Refugee.

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The Goldsmith And The Master Thief

by Tonke Dragt

The first English translation of a classic adventure involving two very different twins from the celebrated author of The Letter for the King.

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The Dead World Of Lanthorne Ghules

by Gerald Killingworth

What starts as a little sibling rivalry escalates into a life-or-death threat to a little sister. Can Edwin save his baby sister from the terrible dangers of the Dead World?

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McTavish on the Move (McTavish #4)

by Meg Rosoff

The Peachey family's loyal dog steps up to save the day once more in the fourth instalment of this acclaimed, witty middle-grade series.

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Greta and the Giants

by Zoe Tucker, illustrated by Zoe Persico

This inspiring picture book retells the story of Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg - the Swedish teenager who has led a global movement to raise awareness about the world's climate crisis - using allegory to make this important topic accessible to young children.

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Gingerbread Man (Storytime Classics)

by Saviour Pirotta, illustrated by Karl Newson

The Gingerbread Man is a much-loved classic story for children - here it is rewritten and re-illustrated for today's readers, as part of a series that makes a perfect first home library.

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Swing Slow, Sloth (Wee Gallery Cloth Book)

by Surya Sajnani

Follow Sloth and her friends through the forest in this gorgeous soft book.

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My Nursery in 100 Words

by QED QED Publishing

A playful new board book series exploring different aspects of a child's world in 100 words.

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Christmas in 100 Words

by illustrated by Sophie Beer

A playful new board book series exploring different aspects of a child's world in 100 words.

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Illuminightmare

by Lucy Brownridge, illustrated by Carnovsky

Visit the most haunted places on Earth using your three-colour lens, the fourth book in the bestselling Illumi series from design duo Carnovsky.

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The Book of Big Science Ideas

by Freya Hardy, illustrated by Sara Mulvanny

The Book of Big Science Ideas looks at 15 brilliant science ideas and more than 50 ingenious thinkers who have helped shape our understanding of the world.

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Ocean Meets Sky

by Eric Fan, Terry Fan

From the creators of The Night Gardener, comes a stunning new picture book about a young boy who sets sail to find a place his grandfather told him about... the spot where the ocean meets the sky.

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Grandad Mandela

by Ambassador Zindzi Mandela, Zazi and Ziwelene Mandela, Zondwa Mandela, illustrated by Sean Qualls

The only children's picture book to be created in collaboration with the Mandela family and Mandela Legacy, this cross-generational title promises to bring Nelson Mandela's incredible story alive for the next generation.

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High-Five to the Hero

by Vita Murrow, illustrated by Julia Bereciartu

What if heroes weren't always strong, silent and happier slaying monsters than talking to people? Meet 15 real heroes in this stereotype-busting follow-up to Power to the Princess.

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Castles Magnified

by illustrated by Harry Bloom, David Long

Meet history's most heroic knights as you travel back in time to follow Sir Gallahad into the court of King Arthur, Joan of Ark into battle, and Richard the Lionheart on his last crusade.

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In the Home (Cardboard Creations)

by Fiona Hayes

Recycle those cardboard boxes the fun way and bring your kids' imaginations to life with Cardboard Creations. From a kitchen to a shop, a nursery to a greenhouse, Cardboard Creations offers instructions, tips and trick on how to build everything in day to day life from a cardboard box.

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Experiment with Kitchen Science

by Nick Arnold

Take science out of the lab and into your home with this book of fun experiments to try out in your kitchen!

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ABC What Can He Be? (ABC for Me)

by Jessie Ford

The world is full of opportunities for young boys, and ABC What Can He Be? presents a wonderful world of them - from Astronaut to Zoo Veterinarian and everything in between.

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The Perfect Project (SEN Superpowers)

by Tracy Packiam Alloway, illustrated by Ana Sanfelippo

The Perfect Project explores the topic of autism with an empowering story and adorable illustrations.

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The Playground Problem (SEN Superpowers)

by Tracy Packiam Alloway, illustrated by Ana Sanfelippo

The Playground Problem (SEN Superpowers) explores the topic of anxiety with an empowering story and adorable illustrations.

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Future Humans (What's the Issue?)

by Tom Jackson

What is transhumanism? What is AI? How are scientists developing ways to reach immortality? And should we even want to live forever? These questions are tackled as part of the What's the Issue? series - aimed at pre-teen and teens tackling current subjects, with a focus on critical thinking and debate, and forming one's own informed opinions.

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White Eagles

by Elizabeth Wein

The Carnegie-shortlisted author of Code Name Verity returns with another gripping historical novel, taking readers on a daring flight across war-torn Europe.

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The Ancient World in 100 Words

by Clive Gifford, illustrated by Gosia Herba

With 100 carefully chosen words, each explained in just 100 words, this book provides a quick and fun insight into the characters, events and inventions of the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans.

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Hackers (What's the Issue?)

by Tom Jackson

Whats hacking? Is it good? Bad? How do we protect ourselves? These questions are tackled as part of the What's the Issue? series - aimed at pre-teen and teens tackling current subjects, with a focus on critical thinking and debate, and forming one's own informed opinions.

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Cities Around the World

by illustrated by Tilly , Lucy Menzies

Featuring 12 incredibly detailed illustrated cities from around the world, Cities Around the World brings vibrant cities scenes to life.

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The Vlogger's Handbook

by Shane Birley, illustrated by Audrey Malo

A fun, comprehensive guide to getting started with vlogging, and how to develop your skill level and keep creative.

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Sword and Pen (Great Library #5)

by Rachel Caine

With the future of the Great Library in doubt, the unforgettable characters from Ink and Bone must decide if it's worth saving in this thrilling adventure in the New York Times bestselling series.

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50 Trailblazers of the 50 States

by Howard Megdal, illustrated by Abbey Lossing

Meet 50 trailblazers who made the United States what it is today in this gorgeously illustrated biography book.

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Cyborg (Virtual Kombat #3)

by Chris Bradford

As game becomes reality, can Scott save his world in time? An edge-of-your-seat dystopian thriller from Bodyguard bestseller Chris Bradford.

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The Great Clown Conundrum (Big Top Mysteries #2)

by Alexander McCall Smith, illustrated by Sam Usher

Roll up! Roll up! For the second exciting instalment in The Big-Top Mysteries series, packed with all the fun of the circus and an intriguing new mystery to be solved ...

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Butterflies for Grandpa Joe

by Nicola Davies

A heart-warming tale of empathy, affection and dealing with grief across generations, from award-winning author Nicola Davies.

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Gamer (Virtual Kombat 1)

by Chris Bradford

A sleek new edition of the first book in Bodyguard author Chris Bradford’s action-packed dystopian trilogy.

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The Swan Lake (The Story Orchestra)

by Katy Flint, illustrated by Jessica Courtney Tickle


Discover the spellbinding magic of Swan Lake in this musical retelling of the ballet - push the button on each beautiful scene to hear the vivid sound of an orchestra playing from Tchaikovsky's score.

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Planet Earth

by Heather Alexander, illustrated by Andres Lozano

Answer 100 questions about mountains, hurricanes, the water cycle and more in this book with 70 interactive lift-the-flaps to explore.

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A Giant Dose of Gross

by Andy Seed

Natures most disgusting animals take centre stage, in this humorous collection of weird and wonderful creatures.

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Bearmouth

by Liz Hyder

A boldly original novel about justice, independence and resisting oppression that introduces a remarkable new voice in YA literature.

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Forest Fun (QED Essentials: Let's Read)

by Zoe Clarke

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to read while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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Dressing Up! (QED Essentials: Let's Read)

by Simon Mugford

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to read while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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Eat Me, Drink Me! (QED Essentials: Let's Read)

by Katie Woolley

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to read while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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This Little Bird (QED Essentials: Let's Read)

by Sasha Morton

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to read while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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Sophie Takes to the Sky

by Katherine Woodfine

Katherine Woodfine reimagines the childhood of Sophie Blanchard, the world’s first female hot-air balloonist, in this inspiring story of courage and self-belief.

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Joy

by Corrinne Averiss, illustrated by Isabelle Follath

Exceptional picture book with an uplifting story and wonderful illustrations that is guaranteed to bring joy into everyone's life.

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Mary Shelley (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Yelena Bryksenkova

Part of the best-selling Little People, Big Dreams series, Mary Shelley tells the inspiring true story of the English novelist and creator of Frankenstein.

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Rusty The Squeaky Robot

by Neil Clark

Rusty is a friendly robot, but not a very happy one; he's feeling down about the way that he sounds. The other robots on Planet Robotone - Belle, Twango, Hoot and Boom-Bot - show Rusty that being a little bit different is the best way to be, and together make a raucous song and dance that celebrates their differences.

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Inspiring Writers (A Little People, Big Dreams Box Set)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Inspiring Writers (Little People, Big Dreams) is a boxed gift edition set of three books - Anne Frank, Maya Angelou and Jane Austen.

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Music Stars (A Little People, Big Dreams Box Set)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Women in Art (Little People, Big Dreams Box Set) is a boxed gift edition set of three books - Ella Fitzgerald, Dolly Parton and Josephine Baker - from the bestselling series.

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Roly Poly Panda (Wee Gallery Cloth Book)

by Surya Sajnani

Follow Panda and her friends through the forest in this gorgeous soft book.

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Eagle Warrior

by Gill Lewis

Are Bobbie and her Gran risking too much to save the Eagles from poachers? Gill Lewis takes to the picturesque Scottish Highlands for a stunning new wildlife adventure.

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Tin Boy

by Steve Cole

The true cost of the tin that goes into our electronic devices is revealed in this stark and gripping story of one boy's life as a tin miner from the bestselling author of Young Bond.

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A Most Peculiar Toy Factory

by Alex Bell

Best-selling author Alex Bell delivers mystery and dark humour in this creepy adventure where toys come to life – perfect for fans of Roald Dahl.

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The Power Book

by Claire Saunders, Georgia Amson-Bradshaw, Minna Salami, Mik Songhurst and Hazel Songhurst

The Power Book helps children understand their place in their family, their school, and the world, and how they can use their own power to shape the future.

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Natural Wonders of the World (Look Down and See)

by Bethany Lord

Natural Wonders of the World (Look Down and See) introduces children to twelve amazing natural wonders from a bird's-eye view.

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The Collective

by Lindsey Whitlock

A dramatic coming-of-age novel about a boy's divided loyalty: can Elwyn resist the pull of tradition as well as the allure of the new to forge his own path?

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Zaha Hadid (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Asun Amar

New in the critically acclaimed Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Zaha Hadid, the Queen of Architecture.

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A Little Bit Different

by Claire Alexander

Meet the ploofers. They're going to do something together, all the same, all at the same time - but wait! Who did that? Who was different?

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Wee Gallery Buggy Books: My Colourful Friends

by illustrated by Surya Sajnani, Surya Sajnani

Introduce little ones to colours, nature and vehicles in these soft cloth buggy books, made from tactile, crinkly material with vibrant illustrations, a Velcro strap and colourful tabs.

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Molly Rogers to the Rescue

by Cornelia Funke

International bestseller Cornelia Funke returns in another laugh-out-loud swashbuckling adventure.

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Vincent van Gogh (Portrait of an Artist)

by Lucy Brownridge, illustrated by Edith Carron

Learn about one of the worlds favourite painters - Vincent Van Gogh - in this new and unique biography series, which depicts the story of an artist's life through their own masterworks.

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Catch Cat

by illustrated by Andy Council, Claire Grace

Spot the elusive world-traveling Cat hiding in 7 intricately illustrated continent maps, paired with explanatory spreads featuring a selection of the fascinating creatures, people, iconic buildings, and geological features that make each continent unique.

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The Best Sound in the World

by Cindy Wume

Beautiful debut picture book about a lion who looks for the best sound in the world and finds friendship. New in paperback.

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A is for Apricat (Little Concepts)

by Mauro Gatti

Are they fruits and vegetables or animals? Theyre both! From Apricat to Zebrussels sprout - 26 deliciously adorable critters are featured in the newest Little Concepts book, A is for Apricat. Its a whole new good-for-you way to learn the alphabet.

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Birds & Butterflies (Drawing & Activity Book)

by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team

Find out how easy it is to draw beautiful birds and butterflies, step by step, with Birds & Butterflies Drawing & Activity Book.

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Science in a Jar

by Julia Garstecki

Kids and adults have the opportunity to discover a variety of scientific disciplines with this beautifully presented collection of experiments using everyday object most often doomed to the recycling bin.

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The Serpent Gift (Shamer Chronicles #3)

by Lene Kaaberbol

The third book in the thrilling fantasy adventure series, The Shamer Chronicles.

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The Shamer's War (Shamer Chronicles #4)

by Lene Kaaberbol

The fourth and final book in the thrilling fantasy adventure series, The Shamer Chronicles.

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Hope

by Corrine Averiss, Sebastien Pelon

Comet is Finn's dog, and very best friend. But when Comet falls ill and has to go to the vets, how will Finn manage without him?

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Wild in the Streets

by Marilyn Singer, illustrated by Gordy Wright

A beautifully illustrated book which pairs poetry with non-fiction, telling the fascinating stories of the animals that have found their homes in urban landscapes all over the world.

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The Animal Awards

by Martin Jenkins, illustrated by Tor Freeman

Celebrate the most spectacular species in the animal kingdom with this amazing book of animals. Fifty fantastic creatures are awarded prizes to celebrate their most dazzling talents and some unusual skills.

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An ABC of Equality

by Chana Ginelle Ewing, illustrated by Paulina Morgan

ALL people have the right to be treated fairly, no matter who they are, what they look like or where they come from. This is called equality. An ABC of Equality introduces complicated concepts to the youngest of children.

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Mythologica

by Stephen P. Kershaw, illustrated by Victoria Topping

An illustrated encyclopedia of characters from Greek mythology, prepare to be amazed.

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Into The Land Of Dinosaurs

by Laura Baker, Nadia Taylor

Step into the land of dinosaurs with this exquisite, layered book that combines touch-and-feel elements and a simple narrative to introduce younger readers to dinosaurs and their main characteristics.

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One More Time (Bright Start)

by Nancy Loewen, Hazel Michelle Quintanilla

One More Time (Bright Start) a touching new series of board books which combines sweet stories with charming illustrations to nurture emotional intelligence and develop perseverance.

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Farm Animals (QED Essentials: Let's Talk)

by Sasha Morton

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to talk while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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The Seasons (QED Essentials: Let's Talk)

by QED Publishing

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to talk while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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Wheels (QED Essentials: Let's Talk)

by Katie Woolley

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to talk while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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My Turn, Your Turn (Bright Start)

by Nancy Loewen, illustrated by Hazel Michelle Quintanilla

My Turn, Your Turn is part of a touching new series of board books which combines sweet stories with charming illustrations to nurture emotional intelligence.

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What Can You Hear? (QED Essentials: Let's Talk)

by QED Publishing

Stimulate the imagination and develop children's confidence as they begin to talk while also instilling an enthusiasm for reading and a life-long love of books.

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A World Full of Spooky Stories

by Angela McAllister

Get ready for Halloween with this child-friendly collection of spooky stories from all over the world.

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Frida Kahlo (Portrait of an Artist)

by Lucy Brownridge, illustrated by Sandra Dieckmann

Learn about one of the worlds favourite painters - Frida Kahlo - in this new and unique biography series, which depicts the story of an artist 's life through their own masterworks.

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Lights on Cotton Rock

by David Litchfield

A Close Encounters inspired story for under-fives from best-selling picture book creator David Litchfield.

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Audrey the Amazing Inventor

by Rachel Valentine, illustrated by Katie Weymouth

A fun and quirky picture book featuring a feisty and inspiring female protagonist with an inventive mind and curious spirit.

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Because of You

by Eve Ainsworth

Poppy feels like her life is falling to pieces in this coming-of-age novella of blended families and online bullying.

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Letting Go

by Cat Clarke

A thoughtful and moving novella of love, loss and learning when to let go, from the YA ‘queen of emotional suspense’ Cat Clarke.

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The Bakery of Happiness

by Ian Beck

Award-winning author–illustrator Ian Beck spreads joy in Paris with this charming tale of love and delicious baked goods.

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Onto The Farm

by Laura Baker, illustrated by Nadia Taylor

Step onto the farm one bright sunny morning with this exquisite, layered book that combines touch-and-feel elements such as embossing and foil and a simple narrative to introduce younger readers to farm animals and their homes.

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What Magic Is This?

by Holly Bourne

The power of female friendship casts its spell in this uplifting Barrington Stoke debut from one of the hottest properties in UKYA.

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Apple Cake

by Dawn Casey, illustrated by Genevieve Godbout

In this simple rhyming story from the author of Held in Love, a child says thank you for the gifts nature provides, from hazelnuts in the hedge to apples from the tree, eggs from the hens to milk from the cow. Eventually, the family has enough ingredients to make something special … a delicious apple cake!

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Things That Go (Life on Earth)

by Heather Alexander, illustrated by Andres Lozano

Answer 100 questions about cars, boats, trucks, rockets and more in this book with 70 interactive lift-the-flaps to explore.

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Rudolf Nureyev (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Eleonora Arosio

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, Rudolf Nureyev tells the inspiring story of this iconic Russian ballet dancer.

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Kites

by Simon Mole, illustrated by Oamul Lu

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Bruce Lee (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Miguel Bustos

Discover the life of Bruce Lee, the martial artist and Hollywood film star, in this true story of his life.

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The Shamer's Signet (Shamer Chronicles #2)

by Lene Kaaberbol

The second book in the thrilling fantasy adventure series, The Shamer Chronicles.

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The Shamer's Daughter (Shamer Chronicles #1)

by Lene Kaaberbol

The first step into the thrilling middle-grade fantasy world of The Shamer Chronicles.

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Ancient Rome (My First Fact File)

by Simon Holland, illustrated by Adam Hill

Time travel back to Ancient Rome with this fact-filled guide to the Roman Empire. Learn about the emperors, the soldiers, the gods and goddesses, and the everyday life of this fascinating civilisation.

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Weather (My First Fact File)

by Jen Green

Children can learn about the extraordinary strength of hurricanes and tornados, why rain and snow falls, how people and animals can withstand extreme climates, how droughts happen and the impact of climate change.

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Oceans (My First Fact File)

by Jen Green, illustrated by Wesley Robins

Set sail on a voyage of discovery with Oceans. Children will learn about the amazing ecosystems and habitats and the creatures that live in them, how the waves, wind and weather shape our planet, as well as the threat to ocean life from pollution and climate change.

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The Vikings (My First Fact File)

by Philip Steele

In this fascinating fact file, children can go beyond the fierce reputation of the Vikings as warriors and learn about their everyday lives as farmers, craftspeople and tradespeople, their beliefs, their society and their culture.

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Crinkle Pets

by Teresa Bellon

Bold patterns, high-contrast colours, adorable animal characters and a fascinating crinkly texture make this the perfect soft cloth book for babies. Meet Cat, Tortoise, Dog and Goldfish in this friendly pet edition.

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Dylan the Dump Truck (Whizzy Wheels Academy)

by Peter Bently, illustrated by Sebastien Chebret

Dylan the Dump Truck (Whizzy Wheels Academy) follows a young truck as he learns the skills of his job - along with some valuable life lessons.

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Pup To Shark (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

The amazing journey of how a tiny pup grows into an adult shark is explored with stunning photographs and a simple, informative text.

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Daisy the Digger (Whizzy Wheels Academy)

by Peter Bently, illustrated by Sebastien Chebret

Daisy the Digger (Whizzy Wheels Academy) follows a young digger as she learns the skills of her job - along with some valuable life lessons.

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The Starlight Watchmaker

by Lauren James

An unlikely friendship is forged between android and student in this wildly imaginative sci-fi adventure from YA star Lauren James.

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Maresi Red Mantle

by Maria Turtschaninoff

Maresi returns in the thrilling conclusion to the feminist fantasy epic The Red Abbey Chronicles.

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Owen and the Soldier

by Lisa Thompson

A touching story of loss and remembrance from Lisa Thompson, the award-winning author of The Goldfish Boy and The Light Jar.

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Special Delivery

by Jonathan Meres and illustrated by Hannah Coulson

An unlikely friendship takes centre stage in this gentle portrayal of dementia from award-winning author Jonathan Meres.

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Painting School

by illustrated by Tanya Emelyanova

Learn to paint more than 250 things, from dogs to donuts, trees to T. rexes, and cars to kittens. With a few simple steps, you can paint anything!

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Egg to Bee (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

The amazing journey of how a tiny egg grows into an adult bee is explored with stunning photographs and a simple, informative text.

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The Rocking Book of Rocks

by Florence Bullough, Amy Ball and illustrated by Anna Alanko

A comprehensive guide to rocks, minerals and gems written by geology experts

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Acorn to Tree (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

The amazing journey of how a tiny acorn grows into an tree is explored with stunning photographs and a simple, informative text.

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Pup To Dog (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

The amazing journey of how a tiny puppy grows into an adult dog is explored with stunning photographs and a simple, informative text.

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Josephine Baker (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Agathe Sorlet

Part of the bestselling My First Little People, Big Dreams series, Josephine Baker tells the incredible story of the world-famous entertainer, activist, and French Resistance agent.

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Jane Goodall (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Beatrice Cerocchi

Part of the bestselling My First Little People, Big Dreams series, Jane Goodall tells the inspiring true story of the worlds foremost expert on chimpanzees.

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The Red Suitcase

by Giles Baum, illustrated by Amandine Piu

A beautiful and touching journey of one little dragon fleeing a home that has become dangerous and finding refuge in a new place and with new friends.

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Ella May Does It Her Way

by Mick Jackson

Funny, charming, and true to the life of toddlers, Ella May is a strong-willed female character who will captivate children and parents.

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World of Oceans (Sounds of Nature)

by Rob Hunter

Travel the world, press the musical note on each page to hear over 60 separate marine animal sounds.

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Bird's Eye View: The Natural World

by John Farndon, illustrated by Paul Boston

Look at the world differently, with a birds eye view. The Natural Word takes you on an amazing aerial journey to show you the world in a way you've never seen it, in a series of spectacular panoramic views.

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Forest Club

by Kris Hirschmann, illustrated by Marta Antelo

Its time to rewild the child! Spark children's imagination with this book of themed crafts and activities, helping the whole family enjoy the great outdoors in all seasons.

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The Map Challenge (SEN Superpowers)

by Tracy Packiam Alloway, illustrated by Ana Sanfelippo

Explores the topic of dyslexia with an empowering story and adorable illustrations.

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The Rabbit Food Mystery (SEN Superpowers)

by Tracy Packiam Alloway, illustrated by Ana Sanfelippo

Someone has been stealing food from Snowball, the classroom pet bunny! Izzy finds it hard to sit still and concentrate in class, but could she be the one to track down the culprit using her fantastic verbal working memory?

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The Three Little Pigs (Storytime Classics)

by Saviour Pirotta, illustrated by Olivia Beckman

A simply retold and beautifully illustrated edition of the classic story of the three little pigs and the big bad wolf that is part of every childhood.

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Cinderella (Storytime Classics)

by Amanda Askew, illustrated by Davide Ortu

Cinderella is kind and sweet and everything her mean step sisters are not. One day an invitation from the palace arrives inviting every young lady to a magnificent ball. Everyone, except Cinderella. Her step sisters simply wont allow it. Will Cinderella find a way to go to the ball?

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Sleeping Beauty (Storytime Classics)

by Amanda Askew, illustrated by Ayesha L. Rubio

Sleeping Beauty has captivated children with its magic and romance for years. This new edition for the Storytime Classics series includes child-friendly, accessible text and stunning new illustrations, bringing the magic of Sleeping Beauty to life for a new generation.

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Horses & Ponies (How to Draw)

by Russell Farrell

Horses & Ponies (How to Draw) makes it fun and easy to create lifelike drawings of these graceful creatures - just start with some basic shapes and follow the step-by-step illustrations to your finished masterpiece.

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Animal Friends (How to Draw)

by Peter Mueller

Learn to draw 20 of your favorite pets with Animal Friends (How to Draw), a comprehensive drawing experience that includes step-by-step lessons, full-color finished drawings, fun facts, and more.

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Dogs & Puppies (How to Draw)

by Diana Fisher

With Dogs & Puppies (How to Draw), aspiring artists create canine masterpieces following simple step-by-step instructions.

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Rapunzel (Storytime Classics)

by Saviour Pirotta, illustrated by Lucy Fleming

The story of the beautiful girl with long hair, locked in the tower by the witch, has delighted generations - this beautiful new edition will provide pleasure for todays young readers.

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Lampie And The Children Of The Sea

by Annet Schaap

A stunningly illustrated, enchanting fairytale adventure debut.

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Unofficial Minecraft Life Hacks Lab for Kids

by Adam Clarke, Victoria Bennett

Through a fun mix of in-game and hands-on projects, kids are shown how to develop the building blocks of positive communication, listening skills, leadership and collaboration traits, emotional empathy, self-confidence and self-control, and how these skills can be used to play positively and build a better world.

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McTavish Takes the Biscuit (McTavish 3)

by Meg Rosoff and illustrated by Grace Easton

McTavish has his eyes on the pies as he returns with the Peachey family for another hilarious middle-grade adventure.

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The Pavee and the Buffer Girl

by Siobhan Dowd and illustrated by Emma Shoard

A stunning new teen and dyslexia-friendly edition of the moving story of lives lived on the edge of society and love in its many forms.

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Rugby Academy

by Tom Palmer and illustrated by David Shephard

Celebrate the buzz of the Rugby World cup with this action-packed, globe-trotting rugby adventure from top-selling author Tom Palmer..

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The Spectacular Revenge of Suzi Sims

by Vivian French and illustrated by Julia Patton

A comical and quirky revenge tale of school bullies and sports day from awardwinning author Vivian French.

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Reading Gems Phonics: Mr Whimple's Potion (Book 6)

by QED Publishing

Reading Gems Phonics is for children who are learning their letters and sounds. Simple, engaging stories provide gentle phonics practice.

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Meerkats (Reading Gems Fact Finders Level 1)

by Katie Woolley

Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child's learning at school and has been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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Narwhals (Reading Gems Fact Finders Level 1)

by Katie Woolley

Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child's learning at school and has been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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Llamas (Level 1 Reading Gems Fact Finder)

by Katie Woolley

Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child's learning at school and has been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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Pem's Little Brother (Reading Gems Phonics Book 5)

by QED Publishing

A fun story that includes these focus letters and sounds: ear air ure igh a-e e-e i-e o-e u-e zh Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child's learning at school. Featuring original stories, delightful characters and humorous illustrations, the Reading Gems books have been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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Flamingos (Reading Gems Fact Finders Level 1)

by Katie Woolley

Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child's learning at school and has been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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Koalas (Reading Gems Fact Finders Level 1)

by Katie Woolley

Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child's learning at school and has been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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Sloths (Reading Gems Fact Finders Level 1)

by Katie Woolley

Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child's learning at school and has been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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The Mole and the Hole

by Brayden Kowalczuk

A riotously funny story about how NOT to be a good neighbour.

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Animals (Scratch and Learn)

by Natasha Durley

See the animal kingdom as never before, in this unique scratch and discover format.

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Space (Scratch and Learn)

by Victoria Fernandez

See space as never before, in this unique scratch and discover format.

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The Tunnels Below

by Nadine Wild-Palmer

A twelfth birthday takes a very unexpected turn when a girl finds herself at the centre of a plot to save a community from a brutal regime

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The Truth of Things

by Anthony McGowan

The stories of Nicky and Kenny from Brock to Rook, together for the first time in one stunning edition

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The Unlucky Eleven

by Phil Earle and illustrated by Steve May

A fun football tale for little readers packed with laughs, friendship and a spot of superstition ...

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D-Day Dog

by Tom Palmer

Master storyteller Tom Palmer returns with a touching celebration of the heroic paratroopers of WWII and their parachuting canine companions.

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Cats & Kittens (Drawing & Activity Book)

by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team

Learn how to draw 17 different breeds of cats and kittens by tracing, grid drawing, and step-by-step drawing!

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5 Wild Shapes

by Camilla Falsini

This innovative, tactile board book is perfect for engaging preschool children in shapes, animals and the natural world, and developing their motor skills, allowing them to trace basic shapes in nature with their fingers.

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Mother Teresa (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Natascha Rosenberg

New in board book and part of the critically acclaimed Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Mother Teresa, along with her message of love and charity.

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Georgia O'Keeffe (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Erica Salcedo

New in board book and part of the critically acclaimed Little People, Big Dreams series - discover the incredible life of Georgia O'Keeffe, one of America's greatest artists, in this true story of a talented painter who broke boundaries.

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Harriet Tubman (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Pili Aguado

New in board book and part of the critically acclaimed Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Harriet Tubman, the Underground Railroad conductor who 'never lost a single passenger.'

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Jane Austen (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Katie Wilson

New in board book and part of the critically acclaimed Little People, Big Dreams series - discover the remarkable life of Jane Austen, the great British novelist.

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When We Walked on the Moon

by David Long and illustrated by Sam Kalda

Published to celebrate the 50th anniversary since humans walked on the moon, this fully-illustrated book tells the story of the Apollo Missions, detailing what happened and what we learnt.

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Cars & Trucks (Clever Cogz)

by Neil Clark

Join Cogz the Robot Dog and discover all about how cars and trucks work, in this bright and fun STEM title.

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The Book of Space Rockets (Clever Cogz)

by Neil Clark

Join Cogz the Robot Dog and discover all about how space rockets work, in this bright and fun STEM title.

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Animals at Night (Glow in the Dark)

by Katy Flint, illustrated by Cornelia Li

Learn about nocturnal animals in this glow-in-the-dark adventure.

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Show Me Cool Magic

by Jake Banfield

The tricks included in the book have a '21st Century twist', incorporating tech and modern trends into the magic and showing that modern magic acts are a far cry from corny kids' parties, top hats and magic wands.

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Dolly Parton (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Daria Solak

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, Dolly Parton tells the inspiring story of this extraordinary singer-songwriter and businesswoman.

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Wilma Rudolph (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Amelia Flower

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, Wilma Rudolph tells the inspiring story of this remarkable US sprinter.

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The Way To Treasure Island

by Lizzy Stewart

Fast and slow, tidy and messy, quiet and very, very noisy. Matilda and her dad are very different but together they are off on an adventure to Treasure Island.

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Play, Make, Create

by Meri Cherry

Packed with fun, edifying, and joyful art experiences, Play, Make, Create is filled with simple, yet powerful, art 'invitations' that are focused on the making and doing, not just the final projects.

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Kitchen Science Lab for Kids Edible Edition

by Liz Lee Heinecke

Gives you 52 delicious ideas for exploring food science in your own kitchen by making everything from healthy homemade snacks to scrumptious main dishes and mind-boggling desserts.

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Sticks and Stones

by Melissa Lennig

The essential resource for every junior outdoor adventurer.

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Creatures vs Aliens (Star Wars Battle Cries)

by Pablo Hidalgo and illustrated by Scott Park

An interactive sound book that prompts imaginative play with realistic Star Wars sounds. Can a Wookiee defeat a Sarlacc? Would a band of Ewoks defeat a Wampa?

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Survival Handbook

by Marc Sumerak

Taking the Survival Handbook with you on your next outdoor adventure may save your life! All the essential emergency survival skills are covered in this critical guide.

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Amazing Expeditions

by Anita Ganeri

Explorers head out to discover new lands, find and establish trade routes, seek treasure, make scientific discoveries, gain territories for their country, or simply do something that's not been done before.

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Fox Friend

by Michael Morpurgo

From the multi award-winning and bestselling author, a moving story of a girl and an injured fox cub with a lower reading age.

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D-Day

by Michael Noble, illustrated by Alexander Mostov

Relive the events of June 6, 1944 through eye witness accounts that describe 20 real-life stories from the D-Day landings.

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Inside Engines (Supersize Cross Sections

by Pascale Hedelin, illustrated by Lou Rhin

Understand how things work with 16 incredibly detailed cutaway scenes.

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Fast Forward

by Adam Skinner, James Gilleard

Experience 18 memorable moments in motor racing history and get the inside track on classic cars, famous racers and iconic courses around the world.

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The Race to Space

by Clive Gifford, illustrated by Paul Daviz

Discover the rivalry that gripped the world and sent man to the Moon! Celebrating 50 years since the Moon Landing, The Race to Space explores The USA and Soviet Unions competition to land on the moon, and looks at how their technological advances changed the world.

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Snow White, Star Striker (Fairytale Friends)

by Sue Nicholson, illustrated by Flavia Sorrentino

Snow White is one of the village football teams best players. But she wants to score all the goals herself and never passes the ball to her friends. Will she ever learn to play as part of a team? Learn about teamwork in this story about Snow White and her fairytale friends.

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Cinderella's Ballet Shoes (Fairytale Friends)

by Sue Nicholson, illustrated by Flavia Sorrentino

Cinderella wants more than anything to have lessons at the new dance school opening in the village, but she doesn't have any ballet shoes. Can Cinderella's fairytale friends help make her dream come true? Learn about kindness in this story of Cinderella and her fairytale friends.

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Wake Up, Sleepy Beauty! (Fairytale Friends)

by Sue Nicholson, illustrated by Flavia Sorrentino

Beauty has a lovely pony called Flick, but having a pony is hard work and Beauty can be a bit lazy sometimes. Then one night, Flick runs away. Will he ever come back? Learn about responsibility in this story about Beauty and her fairytale friends.

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Humperdink Our Elephant Friend

by Sean Taylor, illustrated by Claire Alexander

This beautifully illustrated and humorous title helps children learn the key skill of playing with and accepting new friends, whatever their size, shape... or species!

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On The Move (What's Wrong?)

by Catherine Veitch, illustrated by Fermin Solis

Featuring beautifully illustrated scenes and a wide range of vehicles, this book is a fun way to learn about transport.

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In Dinosaur Times (What's Wrong?)

by Catherine Veitch, illustrated by Fermin Solis

Featuring beautifully illustrated scenes of dinosaurs this book is a fun way to learn about history and the natural world.

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Gribblebob's Book Of Unpleasant Goblins

by David Ashby

An original and hilarious story of wayward goblins, inept heros and children who save the day, and the books.

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If All the World Were...

by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Allison Colpoys

A moving, poetic picture book about the love between a grandfather and child.

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The Dictionary of Difficult Words

by Jane Solomon, illustrated by Louise Lockhart

What is a moonbow? What does it mean when someone absquatulates? Over 400 words to amaze, confuse and inspiring budding wordsmiths (and adults!).

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Cloud Forest

by Victoria Turnbull

An incredibly moving tale speaks of the power of books to bring people together, as well as helping us remember loved ones when they're no longer with us.

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David Bowie (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Ana Albero

Discover the life of David Bowie, the starman who dazzled audiences with his music in this new Little People, Big Dreams title.

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Gandhi (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Albert Arrayas

Gandhi (Little People, Big Dreams) tells the inspiring story of this peaceful protester and father of India.

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Yay! You're Gay! Now What?

by Riyadh Khalaf, illustrated by Melissa McFeeters

A personal, heartfelt go-to guide for young queer guys. YouTube sensation Riyadh Khalaf shares frank advice about everything from coming out to relationships, as well as interviews with inspirational queer role models, and encouragement for times when you're feeling low.

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The Bear, The Piano, The Dog and the Fiddle

by David Litchfield

Set in New Orleans with a new cast of animal musicians, this big-hearted sequel to the best-selling The Bear and the Piano teaches that friendship, like good music, lasts forever.

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My Two Grandads

by Floella Benjamin, illustrated by Margaret Chamberlain

A great companion to this high-profile author's bestselling picture book My Two Grannies

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Toad Attack!

by Patrice Lawrence

Upper Dab is under attack from a mysterious invasion of toads in this hilarious middle-grade adventure from award-wining author Patrice Lawrence.

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The Disconnect

by Keren David

A thought-provoking story of perspective and influence in the social-media age, from an award-winning author.

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Home Ground (#5)

by Alan Gibbons and illustrated by Chris Chalik

A timely and thought-provoking football story packed with facts from reluctant reader favourite Alan Gibbons.

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The Case of the Vanishing Granny (Big Top Mystery #1)

by Alexander McCall Smith, illustrated by Sam Usher

Introducing the first tale in The Big Top Mysteries, an exciting new series from Alexander McCall Smith and illustrator Sam Usher.

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The Encyclopedia of Animals

by edited by Tim Harris

The perfect modern encyclopedia for animal enthusiasts of all ages, with plentiful details about each animals distribution, anatomy, diet, and behaviour in the wild.

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Into the Bin

by Anne Fine and illustrated by Vicki Gausden

Every old object can find a new home in this cheerful tale about reusing and recycling, from award-winning author Anne Fine.

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White Feather

by David MacPhail and Cathy MacPhail

A moving tale of war, loss and cowardice.

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Boy oh Boy

by Cliff Leek, Bene Rohlmann

Meet 30 positive male role models from throughout history.

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Ladybird (Tales From Nature)

by Magali Attiogbe

Provides simple, entertaining storylines with an animal character as the focus. Bright and colourful illustrations and simple, engaging text explains nature in a playful way for little ones. Each page includes a window or a flap to encourage children to read on and discover more.

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Bee (Tales From Nature)

by Magali Attiogbe

Join little bee as he gathers pollen from a flower and makes honey with his friends. Introducing nature to little ones, Tales From Nature provides simple, entertaining storylines with an animal character as the focus.

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Claude Monet (Art Masterclass with)

by Hanna Konola

Learn to make art like the masters with art masterclass! In each book, undertake 12 lessons including drawing, colouring and sketching activities that are designed to show you how the artist worked.

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Gustav Klimt (Art Masterclass with)

by Hanna Konola

Learn to make art like the masters with art masterclass! In each book, undertake 12 lessons including drawing, colouring and sketching activities that are designed to show you how the artist worked.

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From Seed to Sunflower (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

An informative, beautifully illustrated guide to the life cycle of the sunflower - one of the best-known and admired flowers in the world.

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Tadpole to Frog (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

Everyone knows a frog is an amphibian which dwells both on water and on land - this beautifully illustrated book explains how frogs are equipped for their habitat and how their cycle of life begins and endures.

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Caterpillar to Butterfly (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

What really goes on when a caterpillar turns into a butterfly? This book looks at metamorphosis with stunning photographs and highly accessible text.

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Egg to Chicken (Lifecycles)

by Camilla de la Bedoyere

The age-old question about the life cycle of chicken-and-egg is explored with stunning photographs and a simple, informative text.

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Shapes (First Concept Bath Book)

by Ana Seixas

A bold, graphic bath book about shapes.

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First Concept Bath Book: Colours

by Ana Seixas

A bold, graphic bath book about colours.

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What on Earth: Birds

by Mike Unwin, Paulina Morgan

The book is compiled of three different types of pages: Explore, Investigate and Create. Explore pages look at facts and knowledge about birds, teaching children how they fly, why they migrate and more. Investigate pages are activities and experiments which allow children to investigate the anatomy and behaviours of birds further in a hands-on and educational way. Create pages let children stretch their imagination, whether its reading a traditional story about birds or making art out of feathers and shells.

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Planet Fashion

by Natasha Slee

Join two young adventurers on a journey through 100 years of fashion history.

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Arnica, The Duck Princess

by Ervin Lazar, translated by Anna Bentley and illustrations by Jacqueline Molnar

A hilarious Hungarian classic children's story about true love, friendship and what happens when a witch turns your fiancee into a duck.

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Fun at the Beach (Reading Gems Level 2)

by QED Publishing

A rhythm and rhyme story about a family's trip to the beach.

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Story Town (Reading Gems Level 1)

by QED Publishing

Jazz reads her stories to the children of Story Town. But she is very busy, so she needs a plan…

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I Want to Be a Bat! (Reading Gems Level 1)

by QED Publishing

Mouse wants to fly like Bat. He wants to sleep upside down like Bat too, but he doesn't like eating moths! Yuck! Featuring original stories, delightful characters and humorous illustrations, the Reading Gems books have been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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The Bug Robot (Reading Gems Phonics 4)

by QED Publishing

A fun story about about a bug contest and a big robot that includes focus letters and sounds. Reading Gems (phonics) features original stories, delightful characters and humorous illustrations.

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Munch Crunch Lunch (Reading Gems Phonics 3)

by QED Publishing

A fun story about Nid's pod that includes focus letters and sounds. Reading Gems (phonics) features original stories, delightful characters and humorous illustrations.

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Top Spot (Reading Gems Level 2)

by QED Publishing

Flat Fizz is not fast like Sprat. He is not bright like Dot and he is not funny like Puff. But is Fizz the dullest fish in the sea?

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Zipp! Zapp! (Reading Gems Phonics 2)

by QED Publishing

A fun story about Gop and her Zipp Zapp that includes focus letters and sounds. Reading Gems (phonics) features original stories, delightful characters and humorous illustrations.

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Pem's Snack (Reading Gems Phonics 1)

by QED Publishing

Will Pem find a snack at the big rock? Let's jump in his rocket and find out. A fun story about Pem's snack that includes focus letters and sounds. Reading Gems features original stories, delightful characters and humorous illustrations.

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Dinosaurs (Watch Me Read and Draw)

by Samantha Chagollan, Mattia Cerato

Dinosaurs (Watch Me Read and Draw), a step-by-step drawing and story book, teaches kids to draw dinosaurs with simple steps and a fun, engaging story.

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On the Farm (Watch Me Read and Draw)

by Samantha Chagollan, illustrated by Jannie Ho

On the Farm (Watch Me Read and Draw), a step-by-step drawing and story book, teaches kids to draw farm animals with simple steps and a fun, engaging story.

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The Butterfly House

by Katy Flint and illustrated by Alice Pattullo

Step inside the butterfly house to learn about butterflies, moths and caterpillars

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The Woods

by Rob Hodgson

The Woods is a cat-and-mouse (or fox-and-rabbit) story with a not-so-fluffy twist from the author of The Cave.

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The Ghost Tower

by Gillian Cross

Curiosity saves the bat in this fun and quirky adventure story from beloved author Gillian Cross.

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Under the Skin

by Catherine MacPhail

An inspiring story of a young asylum seeker’s struggle to build a new life with his family in Britain told with wit and heart from Catherine MacPhail.

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Go! Go! Chichico!

by Geraldine McCaughrean and illustrated by Tom Percival

Without a pair of football boots, how will Chichico’s football dreams ever come true? A brand new 4u2read edition of this uplifting tale from Carnegie Medal-winning author Geraldine McCaughrean.

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S.P.E.A.R

by Chris Bradford and illustrated by Nelson Evergreen

Everyone has a power to harness at the S.P.E.A.R training academy but can Troy master his in time in this thrilling action-packed adventure?

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One Shot

by Tanya Landman

A powerful and deeply moving coming-of-age drama from Carnegie Medal-winning author Tanya Landman, inspired by the life of infamous sharpshooter Annie Oakley.

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Fairy Tales: The Villain's Version

by Kaye Umansky

The villains are the stars of the show in these four hilarious fractured fairy tales from Kaye Umansky.

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The Stepsister's Story

by Kaye Umansky

A hilarious retelling of Cinderella from the perspective of her horrid stepsisters, brilliantly brought to life by Kaye Umansky.

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Amazing Evolution

by Anna Claybourne, illustrated by Wesley Robins

Filled with fascinating facts, clever connections, and engaging explanations, Amazing Evolution will keep children enthralled for hours.

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Curious Creatable Creatures

by Sam Haynor

Experiment, learn, and imagine as you make the 20+ bubbling, honking, and illuminating projects in Curious Creatable Creatures.

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Burp, Spit and Fart

by Julia Garstecki and illustrated by Chris Monroe

An entertaining discovery of the most pressing questions young readers have about their baby siblings.

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Love Bees

by Vanessa Amaral-Rogers

Vanessa Amaral-Rogers focuses on how we can help our nectar-collecting buddies flourish and why these important insects are so awesome through a whole swarm of engaging facts and fun activities.

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Baby Bird

by Andrew Gibbs, illustrated by osienka

A moving picture book about the power of friendship and the importance of accepting yourself just the way you are.

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Excellent Engineering

by Rob Beattie, illustrated by Sam Peet

These 35 experiments will have kids making a bottle submarine, crafting a smartphone boombox, and more!

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Brilliant Ideas By Wonderful Women

by Aitziber Lopez, illustrated by Luciano Lozano

What do Monopoly, wifi and lifeboats have in common? They were all invented by women!

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Feel Better Daddy (Bright Start)

by Nancy Loewen, Hazel Michelle Quintanilla

Feel Better Daddy is part of Bright Start; a touching new series of board books which combines sweet stories with charming illustrations to nurture emotional intelligence.

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A Thank You Walk (Bright Start)

by Nancy Loewen, illustrated by Hazel Michelle Quintanilla

Helps to develop gratitude in small children and is part of Bright Start, a touching new series of board books that combine sweet stories with charming illustrations to nurture emotional intelligence.

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What Do Machines Do All Day

by Jo Nelson, illustrated by Aleksandar Savic

What do machines do all day? Find out in this fully illustrated book that features more than 100 machines and things that go.

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Step Into Your Power

by Jamia Wilson and illustrated by Andrea Pippins

Learn how to Step Into Your Power, with the help of friendly big sister figure, Jamia Wilson

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In the Garden (Sticker Stories)

by illustrated by Nila Aye

With Sticker Stories: In the Garden, kids tell their own garden tales with drawing exercises and 150+ stickers!

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At the Zoo (Sticker Stories)

by illustrated by Nila Aye

With Sticker Stories: At the Zoo, kids tell their own zoo stories with drawing exercises and 150+ stickers!

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Wild World

by Angela McAllister, illustrated by Hvass and Hannibal

A beautifully illustrated treasury of poems about the last wildernesses on Earth, from the crystal kingdom Arctic to the dusty savannah and the black-as-space deep sea.

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On The Plane Activity Book

by Ivy Press

Packed with plenty to keep kids occupied at the airport or during the flight, this book also includes planes to decorate, matching games, fill-in-the-face drawing tasks, true-or-false airplane and flying facts, and behind-the-scenes diagrams to explore.

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Everyday Journeys of Ordinary Things

by Libby Deutsch

Visually arresting, informative and accessible, this is the book for every child who ever wondered, 'How?'

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Wish

by Chris Saunders

Once every year, wishes take flight ... filled with hope and twinkling light.

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Read to Your Baby Every Day

by Rachel Williams, illustrated by Chloe Giordano

A single volume of tried-and-tested nursery rhymes and songs for new parents to share with their baby, illustrated with charming embroidered artwork by Chloe Giordano.

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J. K. Rowling (Work it, Girl)

by Caroline Moss, Sinem Erkas

Learn how J. K. Rowling became a best-selling author in this biography of her life

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Oprah Winfrey (Work it, Girl)

by Caroline Moss, Sinem Erkas

Learn how Oprah Winfrey became a billionaire businesswoman, in this biography of her life.

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The Lost Book of Adventure

by Unknown Adventurer and edited by Teddy Keen

A facsimile edition of the tattered notebooks of the Unknown Adventurer, detailing everything you need to know about how to live and thrive in the wild.

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The Story of People

by Catherine Barr, illustrated by Amy Husband and Steve Williams

A brilliantly accessible picture book about the history of the human world.

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Once Upon a Unicorn Horn

by Beatrice Blue

The funny, heartwarming first title in a new picture-book series explaining how magical creatures got their distinguishing features.

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The Great Big Book of Life

by Mary Hoffman and illustrated by Ros Asquith

A celebration of human life from birth to death, the sixth book in the much-loved Great Big Book series from Mary Hoffman and Ros Asquith.

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The Night Dragon

by Naomi Howarth

A beautiful picture book about individuality and friendship.

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Held in Love

by Dawn Casey, illustrated by Oamul Lu

This mothers blessing, delivered in gentle, lilting rhyme with stunning, painterly artwork, is the perfect gift for new parents.

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Maria Montessori (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Raquel Martin

Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Maria Montessori tells the inspiring story of this pioneering teacher and researcher.

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Vivienne Westwood (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Laura Callaghan

Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Vivienne Westwood tells the inspiring story of this flame-haired fashion designer and businesswoman.

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There's a Tiger in the Garden

by Lizzy Stewart

Board book edition of the best-selling winner of the Waterstones Childrens Book Prize, Illustrated Book Category.

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The Bear and the Piano

by David Litchfield

This best-selling tale of exploration and belonging, which won the Waterstones Childrens Book Prize 2016, Illustrated Book Category, is now available in board book.

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Ellie and the Cat

by Malorie Blackman

A cautionary tale of brats, cats and a little bit of magic from much-loved author Malorie Blackman.

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Lark

by Anthony McGowan

An uncompromising and heart-breaking end to the story of Nicky and Kenny, the beloved brothers of the Carnegie-shortlisted Rook, beautifully told in McGowan’s gritty and deeply moving prose.

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Laura Norder

by Guy Bass

Laura has a mutiny on her hands when she tries to play by the rules in this non-stop Wild-West comedy from award-winning author Guy Bass.

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The School of Numbers

by Emily Hawkins, illustrated by Daniel Frost

Climb aboard the Starship Infinity and get ready for an intergalactic adventure through the universe of maths.

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Rosa Parks (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Lisbeth Kaiser, illustrated by Marta Antelo

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Rosa Parks tells the inspiring story of the Mother of the Freedom Movement.

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Ella Fitzgerald (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Barbara Alca

Meet Ella, the pioneering jazz singer, in this board book version of the best-selling title in the Little People, Big Dreams series!

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Emmeline Pankhurst (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Lisbeth Kaiser, illustrated by Ana Sanfelippo

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Emmeline Pankhurst tells the inspiring story of the brave leader of the suffragettes.

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Ada Lovelace (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Zafouko Yamamoto

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Ada Lovelace tell the inspiring story of this famous mathematician.

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Audrey Hepburn (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Amaia Arrazola

Part of the bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, this board book version of Audrey Hepburn tells the inspiring story of this iconic Hollywood movie star.

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Builder (Busy People)

by Lucy M. George, illustrated by Ando Twin

Each book in the Busy People series focuses on a different character as they go about their work and the challenges each day brings. In this book, meet Mark the builder, who is helping the Singh family turn their old house into a dream home.

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World of Forests (Sounds of Nature)

by illustrated by Robert Frank Hunter

Explore ten varied forests—from dense rainforests, to ancient redwood forests, to coniferous Arctic forests—and listen to animals in the wild as they hunt, graze and communicate with this extraordinary sound book.

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The Back Garden Build (Engineering) (STEAM Stories)

by Jonathan Litton, illustrated by Magali Mansilla

STEAM Stories is a series of interactive picture books, each introducing a different STEAM topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths.

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Robot Repairs (Technology) (STEAM Stories)

by Jonathan Litton, illustrated by Magali Mansilla

STEAM Stories is a series of interactive picture books, each introducing a different STEAM topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths.

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The Great Go-Kart Race (Science) (STEAM Stories)

by Jonathan Litton, illustrated by Magali Mansilla

STEAM Stories is a series of interactive picture books, each introducing a different STEAM topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths.

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The Picnic Problem (Maths) (STEAM Stories)

by Jonathan Litton, illustrated by Magali Mansilla

STEAM Stories is a series of interactive picture books, each introducing a different STEAM topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths.

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The Cookie Stall (Art) (STEAM Stories)

by Jonathan Litton, Magali Mansilla

STEAM Stories is a series of interactive picture books, each introducing a different STEAM topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths.

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Creative Coding in Python

by Sheena Vaidyanathan

Kids will learn the fundamentals of computer programming with 30+ fun projects in the intuitive programming language of Python with Creative Coding in Python.

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Super Scientists (40 inspiring icons)

by Anne Blanchard, illustrated by ino

Meet 40 of the most inspired scientists of all time who have changed our world.

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Black Music Greats (40 inspiring icons)

by illustrated by Jerome Masi, Olivier Cachin

Meet 40 of the most important and exciting black musicians the world has ever seen

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Human Body (Scratch and Discover)

by Ana Seixas

See the human body as never before, in this unique scratch and discover format.

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The Great Big Busy Wheels Activity Book

by Peter Bently, illustrated by Martha Lightfoot and Mandy Archer

It's time to get busy with machines that roar, whizz, vroom and zoom! This action-packed activity book is crammed full of things to find, amazing vehicles to colour, and hands-on games and puzzles. All within the context of entertaining adventure stories.

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At the Library (Shine-a-Light)

by Ivy Press

The unique design of the book allows children to discover a 'hidden' image by holding the page up to a bright light, much like a lift-the-flap mechanism. For children aged 3 and up, this is an excellent and inclusive introduction to libraries.

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Sticker, Shape, Draw: Things that Go

by Ivy Press

Packed with hours of fun!

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Sticker, Shape, Draw: On the Farm

by Ivy Press

Packed with exciting vehicles to construct and decorate, Sticker Shape Draw: Things That Go will keep kids (and parents too!) busy stickering and drawing for hours.

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A Story About Cancer With a Happy Ending

by India Desjardins, illustrated by Marianne Ferrer

This is a story about cancer with a happy ending. Its about life, love, and especially, hope.

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My Mum Always Looks After Me So Much

by Sean Taylor, illustrated by David Barrow

A funny, heartwarming picture book about the love between a mother and a child.

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Your Mind is Like the Sky

by Bronwen Ballard and illustrated by Laura Carlin

This beautiful picture book, written by a child psychologist and illustrated by award-winning artist Laura Carlin, helps children understand their emotions and develop healthy thinking habits.

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Muhammad Ali (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Brosmind

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the life of Muhammad Ali, the greatest boxer of all time, in this true story of his life.

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Stephen Hawking (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Matt Hunt

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the life of Stephen Hawking, the genius physicist and author.

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Your Heart and Lungs (Human Body)

by Sally Hewitt

Discover how your heart pumps blood around your body and how your lungs work in this hands-on first science book that uses fun activities to explore the human body.

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The Story Of Captain Nemo

by Dave Eggers, Fabian Negrin

First paperback edition of one of the bestselling Save the Story titles: a teenage boy and his uncle embark on the adventure of their lives

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The Story Of Gulliver

by Jonathan Coe, Sara Oddi

First paperback edition of one of the bestselling Save the Story titles: the disconcerting encounters of Lemuel Gulliver

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Leonardo's Art Workshop

by Amy Leidtke

One of two first books of a new project-based STEAM series for kids, inspired by the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math of Leonardo Da Vinci.

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Leonardo's Science Workshop

by Heidi Olinger

The first book in a new project-based STEAM series for kids, inspired by the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math of Leonardo Da Vinci.

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Librarian (Busy People)

by Lucy M. George, illustrated by Ando Twin

Each story in the Busy People series focuses on a different character as they go about their work, facing the challenges that each day brings. Rita the librarian has surprises in store for the children who join in her librarys fifth birthday celebrations.

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A Year of Nature Poems

by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Kelly Louise Judd

A beautifully illustrated portrait of one complete year in nature, with a double page spread dedicated to each month from January through to December.

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The Clue is in the Poo

by Andy Seed, illustrated by Claire Almon

Whether you're an armchair enthusiast or a forest forager, one thing is for sure: this illustrated compendium of poops, pellets and prints is not to be sniffed at!

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Wartman

by Michael Morpurgo and Joanna Carey

A brand new edition of the touching tale of Dilly ‘Wartman’ Watson and magic Mr Ben, now with cover artwork by award-winning Catherine Rayner.

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Fox Friend

by Michael Morpurgo and Joanna Carey

The moving story of a girl who tries to nurse an injured fox cub back to health, now with cover artwork by the award-winning Catherine Rayner.

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In Blossom

by Yooju Cheon

A beautifully illustrated story of the joys of spring and finding a new friend.

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The Great Race

by Christopher Corr

A beautifully illustrated version of the traditional folktale about the Chinese zodiac from
the author of Deep in the Woods.

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Who Is Happy?

by Jarvis

Who is happy to be playing paper aeroplanes? Who is sad that the last slice of cake has gone? This fun, interactive book teaches children to understand 12 key emotions and recognise them in others.

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Dragons in Love

by Alexandre Lacroix, illustrated by Ronan Badel

A funny, heart-warming picture book in which Drake the young dragon experiences his first kiss and all the feelings (both human and dragon!) that come along with it.

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Animal Journal: Marine Animals of the World

by Juan Carlos Alonso

Marine Animals of the World explores marine animals with readers. See the adorable sea lion, the majestic killer whale, and others, and learn each animals size, habitat, diet, and more.

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Through The Water Curtain And Other Tales From Around The World

by Cornelia Funke

A wide-ranging, delightful selection of fairy tales from around the world by one of our most beloved children’s writers.

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Cinderella (The Sound of Magic)

by Sanna Mander

Use the magic wand to bring the story of Cinderella to life with this interactive sound book.

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Blue Door Venture (Blue Door 4)

by Pamela Brown

The fourth book in the Blue Door series, which starts with The Swish of the Curtain, the classic story which inspired actors from Maggie Smith to Eileen Atkins

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Glass Town Wars

by Celia Rees

An adventure story drawing on the early writings of the Bronte children.

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Winter In Wartime

by Jan Terlouw

An award winning children's classic, a gripping story about the horrors and dilemmas of war

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Virtual Kombat: Virus

by Chris Bradford

A thrilling, high-octane sci-fi adventure from Bodyguard bestseller, Chris Bradford.

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Armistice Runner

by Tom Palmer

Tom Palmer celebrates the unsung athletic heroes of the Armistice in a powerful tale of the fell-running messengers on the front-line of war.

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All Aboard the Voyage of Discovery

by Emily Hawkins, Tom Adams and illustrated by Tom Clohosy Cole

Welcome onboard the Voyage of the Discovery as you solve the mysteries to travel the world and discover incredible inventions including the printing press, telephone, radio and television.

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Art Lab for Kids: Express Yourself

by Susan Schwake

A fun collection of art activities that encourage children to create freely, using their own thoughts and experiences as a guide.

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The Zoom, Fly, Bolt, Blast STEAM Handbook

by Lance Akiyama

Make personalised creations that fly, race, and blast off! Brought to you by creative-engineering rockstar, Lance Akiyama.

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Erik the Lone Wolf

by Sarah Finan

Everybody knows that wolves live in packs… But one little wolf cub dreams of becoming a lone wolf.

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Toad Has Talent

by Richard Smythe

A hilarious, heart-warming story of an iceskating toad that shows the reader that you never know what you can do unless you try.

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Space Atlas

by Tom Jackson

The ultimate reference guide to space, Space Atlas tells you everything you could ever want to know about the universe, while taking you on a stunning visual journey through the stars.

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Brunt Boggart

by David Greygoose

A unique and very English novel composed of a cycle of beautiful and mysterious fantasy folk tales which combine to tell an unforgettable story.

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The Dog That Saved Christmas

by Nicola Davies

A heart-warming tale of one boy and the dog that changes his life, from award-winning author Nicola Davies.

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Atlas of Adventures: Wonders of the World

by illustrated by Lucy Letherland, Ben Handicott

From the team behind the best-selling Atlas of Adventures comes the most wonderful adventure yet - a trip around the world to discover its greatest wonders!

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The Kerb-Stain Boys

by Alex Wheatle

Briggy, Caldonia, and Terror need to get rich quick in this hilarious and heartfelt 'Crongton Noir' from best-selling author Alex Wheatle.

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Animals in the Night (What Can You See?)

by Ruth Austin

Reveals the magic of natures nighttime creatures.

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ABC What Can She Be? (ABC for Me)

by Jessie Ford

Presents a colourful world of possibilities - from astronaut to zoologist and everything in between - for every little girl.

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The Sleeping Beauty (Story Orchestra)

by Jessica Courtney Tickle

In this retelling of the classic ballet story, bring Tchaikovskys Sleeping Beauty to life by pressing the musical notes on each page.

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World Atlas (Scratch and Discover)

by Charlotte Trounce

Explore the world as you scratch to discover animals, places and people in this interactive first atlas

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Egypt Magnified

by David Long and illustrated by Harry Bloom

Grab the magnifying glass and explore the sights and sounds of ancient Egypt in this fascinating search-and-find adventure, packed with over 200 things to spot.

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The Legend Of Sally Jones

by Jakob Wegelius

Another gripping Sally Jones adventure - the gorgeously illustrated, prizewinning prequel to The Murderer's Ape

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Sniff, Lick & Scratch

by Julia Garstecki and illustrated by Chris Monroe

Sniff, Lick & Scratch! is the book parents and educators will turn to to explain the less majestic behaviors witnessed in the animal kingdom—and sneak in a little STEM learning while they're at it.

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Matching Game (Little People Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Little People Big Dreams Matching Game pairs up nicely with the books and learning cards of the Little People, Big Dreams series to help develop children's memory, concentration, and matching abilities.

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Learning Cards (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Embark on a learning journey that will inspire future leaders. Little People Big Dreams Learning Cards are an innovative and fun way to help make young readers interactively learn about powerful women influencers.

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Monsters' Nonsense: The Grumpy Guest (Level 5)

by Peter Bently, illustrated by Duncan Beedie

Step inside a world of monster fun and encourage children to sound out nonwords, carefully selected at the right level to support phonic development.

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The Prodigal Son (My First Bible Stories)

by Su Box, illustrated by Simona Sanfilippo

This beautifully illustrated parable demonstrates that God will joyfully welcome and forgive anyone who strays but eventually comes back to him.

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The Great Feast (My First Bible Stories)

by Su Box, illustrated by Simona Sanfilippo

The message of this beautifully illustrated parable is that god loves us all and wants us all to share in the rewards of his love.

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Meet the Animals (Slide And See)

by Deborah van de Leijgraaf

A wonderful new board book with gently rhyming text and a fantastic surprise on each page, as each spread opens out to reveal a larger scene beneath.

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Creative Adventures in Cursive

by Rachelle Doorley

This book picks up where classroom exercises leave off, giving kids ideas and projects for practicing their cursive writing and then guiding them into cursive creativity.

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L. M. Montgomery (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Anuska Allepuz

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Lucy Maud Montgomery, the famous writer, in this true story of her life.

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Simone de Beauvoir (Little People, Big Dream)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Christine Roussey

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Simone de Beauvoir, the great French philosopher, in this true story of her life.

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Jane Goodall (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Beatrice Cerocchi

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the amazing life of Jane Goodall, the world expert on chimpanzees, in this true story of her life.

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Monster Sharks

by Brenda Gurr and illustrated by R.J. Palmer

Packed with fascinating facts, cool statistics, and comes with a realistic megalodon skeleton kids can assemble themselves!

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Marvelous Makeable Monsters

by Sam Haynor

Put on your mad scientist goggles because Marvelous Makeable Monsters is a book full of projects that will let you create your own customisable monster!

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How to Think Like an Absolute Genius

by Philippe Brasseur

With this book to guide you, become absolutely awesome at whatever you put your mind to. Draw inspiration from 27 of the world's greatest geniuses, with games and activity ideas to boost your intelligence.

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On The Farm (Bath Buddies)

by illustrated by Belinda Chen

Bath Buddies: On the Farm features a gallery of cute farm animals and the noises they make.

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Things That Go (Bath Buddies)

by illustrated by Belinda Chen

Features a gallery of fun vehicles and the noises they make.

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Sport in 30 Seconds

by John Brewer, illustrated by Tom Woolley

With fast facts, mini missions, and engaging artwork, Sport in 30 Seconds is a must for kids who enjoy watching or playing sport.

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50 Wacky Things Pets Do

by Heidi Fiedler, illustrated by Marta Sorte

Learn about 50 weird and funny things pets do, like why dogs chase their tails and how cats land on their feet, along with other animal habits and personality quirks!

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The Antlered Ship

by Eric Fan and Terry Fan

An inquisitive fox sets off on a seafaring voyage with a crew of deer and pigeons in this enchanting tale of friendship and adventure.

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Silent Night

by Lara Hawthorne

Celebrate the magic of Christmas with this beautifully illustrated book, based on the world's best-loved carol, 'Silent Night'.

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Balthazar The Great

by Kirsten Sims

A visually stunning picture book about Balthazar, the worlds greatest violin-playing polar bear, and his epic journey home from the circus

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Dictionary of Dinosaurs

by Illustrated by Dieter Braun

Find out about every dinosaur that's ever been discovered in this Dictionary of Dinosaurs!

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The Missing Barbegazi

by H.S. Norup

A delightful story about families, love and learning that some secrets are best kept secret - forever.

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The Glass of Lead and Gold

by Cornelia Funke

It's a Christmas story set in the Mirrorworld reflection of the city of London - Londra - a fairy-tale-like story of magic and discovery by one young, orphaned girl.

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The Lost Diary Of Sami Star

by Karen McCombie

A wonderfully warm and touching story of friendship, identity and kindness from top notch tween author Karen McCombie.

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A Dangerous Game

by Malorie Blackman

An exciting school trip goes horribly wrong in this thrilling adventure from master storyteller Malorie Blackman

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Race to the Frozen North

by Catherine Johnson

A fascinating and thrilling fictionalised account of the life of Matthew Henson, the first African-American man to travel to the North Pole, from the Carnegie nominated author Catherine Johnson.

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Still Water

by Chris Priestley

A World War Two chiller from the author of The Tales of Terror.

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Stay A Little Bit Longer

by Bali Rai

A powerful and immensely moving story of friendship, family and happiness.

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Animal Friends (Watch Me Read and Draw)

by Samantha Chagollan, illustrated by Mattia Cerato

Watch Me Read and Draw: Animal Friends is a step-by-step drawing and story book that teaches kids to draw their favorite pets with simple steps and a fun, engaging story.

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Ocean Friends (Watch Me Read and Draw)

by Samantha Chagollan, illustrated by Jannie Ho

Watch Me Read and Draw: Ocean Friends is a step-by-step drawing and story book that teaches kids to draw favorite animals from the sea through an adorable story.

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Counting Birds

by Heidi E.Y. Stemple, illustrated by Clover Robin

The remarkable true story of the very first Audubon Christmas Bird Count.

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Collage Workshop for Kids

by Shannon Merenstein

Be inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar creator, Eric Carle, in Collage Workshop for Kids, a colorful art instruction book on collage techniques for children.

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Pick, Spit & Scratch!

by Julia Garstecki and illustrated by Chris Monroe

The book parents and educators will turn to instead of nagging their children to stop picking their nose and drinking from the carton.

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Build Your Own Chain Reaction Machines

by Paul Long

Create twelve zany and awesome mechanical contraptions using stuff from around the house.

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The Nerf Blaster Modification Guide

by Luke Goodman

The Nerf Blaster Modification Guide has all you need to know to create a cooler-looking Nerf Blaster with increased range, projectile speed, and firing capacity.

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Famous Family Trees

by Kari Hauge and illustrated by Vivien Mildenberger

A compendium of family trees featuring some of history's most loved — and loathed — famous faces from history for the whole family to explore.

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Power to the Princess

by Vita Murrow, illustrated by Julia Bereciartu

What if princesses didn't always marry Prince Charming and live happily every after? A stunning anthology of 15 favourite fairy tales have been retold for a new generation.

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GOA Kids - Goats of Anarchy: Angel and Her Wonderful Wheels

by Leanne Lauricella, illustrated by Jill Howarth

Goats of Anarchy: Angel and Her Wonderful Wheels is the heartwarming true story of Angel, the goat who learned to walk with wheels; from the GOA Kids series, based on the popular Instagram account.

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Who Are You Calling Weird?

by Marilyn Singer, illustrated by Paul Daviz

A bold and stylish celebration of weird but wonderful animals. From the green fur of a three-toed sloth, to the pink and wiggly appendage of the star-nosed mole, there's something new to marvel at on every page.

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Go Wild! (Slide Surprise)

by Matthew Morgan, illustrated by Ana Seixas

Sliding mechanisms and vibrant illustrations create an exciting exploration of familiar subjects. In Go Wild!, find the animal characters hiding in the jungle.

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Come & Play (Slide Surprise)

by Matthew Morgan, illustrated by Ana Seixas

Sliding mechanisms and vibrant illustrations create an exciting exploration of familiar subjects. In Come & Play!, find the children having fun in a soft play fun house!

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How Rude!

by Clare Helen Welsh and Olivier Tallec

A simple, yet hilarious, story about manners and friendship which gets more and more chaotic with every turn of the page!

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Friendly Faces at the Farm (Wee Gallery Cloth Book)

by Surya Sajnani

Open out the soft pages of this beautiful cloth book and meet Pig and his five friends - Cow, Sheep, Chicken, Goose and Horse.

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The Snowbear

by Sean Taylor, illustrated by Claire Alexander

The Snowbear is a spellbinding story about the magic of snow and the power of a childs imagination. With a simple text and beautiful illlustrations, it will be read again and again. Themes of friendship, loyalty, and bravery make it a great choice for story time, as a bedtime read or on car trips. Children will love the crisp, wintry setting brought to life by Claire Alexanders art.

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What Is Fox Up To? (Little Faces)

by Matthew Morgan, illustrated by Carles Ballesteros

Fox is up to something, but what could it be? The other woodland animals watch as fox sneaks and creeps through the trees, but in the end, her surprise is not what they thought! Exciting paper technology meets playful storytelling in this stunning board book that's sure to captivate younger children.

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Party Time for Penguin (Little Faces)

by Matthew Morgan, Carles Ballesteros

Its party time for penguin and all the other arctic animals! Watch as the frosty critters play fun party games, but whose party is it really? Exciting paper technology meets playful storytelling in this stunning board book that's sure to captivate younger children.

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Friendly Faces in the Forest (Wee Gallery Cloth Book)

by Surya Sajnani

Open out the soft pages of this beautiful cloth book and meet Bunny and her five friends - Deer, Fox, Owl, Bear and Squirrel.

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Fergus the Fire Engine (Whizzy Wheels Academy)

by Peter Bently, illustrated by Sebastien Chebret

Meet Fergus the Fire Engine (Whizzy Wheels Academy) our latest recruit! Follow him as he learns all about his role with the emergency services and what his job entails.

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Tess the Tractor (Whizzy Wheels Academy)

by Peter Bently, illustrated by Sebastien Chebret

Meet Tess the Tractor (Whizzy Wheels Academy) our latest recruit! Follow her as she learns all about her role on the farm and what her job entails.

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Illuminatlas

by Carnovsky and Kate Davies

Travel the world using your three-colour lens with this atlas like no other, the third book in the bestselling Illumi series from design duo Carnovsky

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Ella Queen of Jazz

by Helen Hancocks

The inspiring, true story of how a remarkable friendship between Ella Fitzgerald and Marilyn Monroe was born - and how they worked together to overcome prejudice and adversity.

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The Poet's Dog

by Patricia MacLachlan

From the Newbery Medal-winning author, a poignant story about two children, a poet and a dog, and how they help one another survive loss and recapture love

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Monsters' Nonsense: The Wizard of Poob (Level 6)

by Peter Bently, illustrated by Duncan Beedie

Welcome to Planet Pok - the land of Monsters' Nonsense. The monsters discover a strange spaceship belonging to a wizard from another planet. Can they help him save Planet Poob from the Space Slugs?

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Golden Pavements (Blue Door 3)

by Pamela Brown

The third book in the Blue Door series, which starts with The Swish of the Curtain.

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Maps of the United Kingdom

by Rachel Dixon, Livi Gosling

Take a tour around the counties of the United Kingdom, with this beautifully illustrated atlas which is packed with interesting, historical and fun facts on quirky places to visit and influential people who hail from each of the UKs counties.

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Owl (Tales From Nature)

by Magali Attiogbe

Join little owl in the wild learn about the animals day, from a cute description, to what it eats and where it lives.

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Squirrel (Tales From Nature)

by Magali Attiogbe

Join Squirrel and learn about the animals day, from a cute description, to what it eats and where it lives.

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Anne Frank (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Sveta Dorosheva

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Anne Frank, the writer whose diary captured the hearts of the public, in this true story of her life.

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Josephine Baker (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Agathe Sorlet

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Josephine Baker, the world-famous entertainer, activist and French Resistance agent in this true story of her life.

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Mother Teresa (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Natascha Rosenberg

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Mother Teresa, in this true story of her life.

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A Stage Full of Shakespeare Stories

by Angela McAllister, illustrated by Alice Lindstrom

Step on to a stage full of stories with this beautiful anthology of 12 stories from Shakespeare.

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The Bear, The Piano, The Dog and the Fiddle

by David Litchfield

Set in New Orleans with a new cast of animal musicians, this big-hearted sequel to the best-selling The Bear and the Piano teaches that friendship, like good music, lasts forever.

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Sportopedia

by Adam Skinner and illustrated by Mark Long

Sportopedia is your ultimate guide to the diverse world of sport. From the best known to the most obscure, this guide showcases team sports, target sports, as well as track and field, aquatic sports and much more.

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The Murderer's Ape

by Jakob Wegelius

A captivating story about dark truths and heinous crimes as well as unexpected friendships, with detailed black-and-white illustrations throughout.

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Hello, Hot Dog

by Lily Murray and illustrated by Jarvis

A laugh-out-loud picture about a hot dogs quest for freedom.

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The Story of Life

by Catherine Barr, Steve Williams and illustrated by Amy Husband

This is an exciting and dramatic story about how life began and developed on Planet Earth, written especially for younger children.

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One Day, So Many Ways

by Laura Hall and Loris Lora

A day in the life of over 40 children around the world.

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ABC Animals (Little Concepts)

by Ingela Peterson Arrhenius

Adorably illustrated with 26 cool and unusual animals, from armadillos to zebras, ABC Animals colorfully presents a world of fun and learning for young readers and families alike.

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Big Trouble For Nellie Choc-Ice

by Jeremy Strong

Another hilarious Little Gem from Jeremy Strong, the master of comic writing for children, with character- packed illustration from Jamie Smith.

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The Fiendish Revenge Of Leroy Jones

by Vivian French

A comical cautionary tale from award-winning author Vivian French, brought to life by the instantly recognisable inky artwork of illustration legend Korky Paul.

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True Sisters

by Keren David

An insightful and emotional drama about the complexities of truth and family loyalty, from best-selling YA novelist Keren David. Telling the difficult story of children in care, this is a searing and beautifully written tale of one girl's journey to understand the reality of her upbringing.

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Firebird

by Elizabeth Wein

A daring tale of war, revolution and intrigue, from the renowned historical fiction author of Carnegie shortlisted Code Name Verity, Elizabeth Wein.

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Anty Hero

by Barry Hutchison

An entertaining, laugh-out-loud tale of school life, bullies and bugs from best-selling author Barry Hutchison.

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Jurassic Giants

by Jacqueline A. Ball and illustrated by Eldar Zakirov

Learn all about the terrible T. rex and then build your own T. rex skeleton with Jurassic Giants.

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Under the Sea Escapades (Sticker Stories)

by Nila Aye

Kids get to create their own adventures in scenes they create from written prompts with over 150 stickers!

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Fairy Tale Adventures (Sticker Stories)

by Nila Aye

Kids get to create their own fairy tale adventures in scenes they create from written prompts with over 150 stickers!

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Horses & Ponies (Drawing & Activity)

by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team

Horses & Ponies Drawing & Activity Book teaches young artists to draw their favorite horse and pony breeds by tracing, grid drawing, and step-by-step drawing.

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Dogs & Puppies (Drawing and Activity)

by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team

Dogs & Puppies Drawing & Activity Book teaches young artists to draw 16 beloved dog and puppy breeds by tracing, grid drawing, and step-by-step drawing.

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Unofficial Minecraft for Kids (Little Learning Labs)

by John Miller and Chris Fornell Scott

Little Learning Labs: Unofficial Minecraft for Kids offers a variety of creative exercises that explore the game through fun, educational lessons.

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Kitchen Science for Kids (Little Learning Labs)

by Liz Lee Heinecke

Kitchen Science Lab for Kids offers 26 fun science activities for families to do together. The experiments can be used as individual projects, for parties, or as educational activities groups.

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My First Book of Gymnastics

by Rida Ouerghi and illustrated by Elsa Fouquier

Illustrated with fun characters kids will love, My First Book of Gymnastics offers 10 simple and silly exercises along with step-by-step instructions to get young readers moving!

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Astronomy for Kids (Little Learning Labs)

by Michelle Nichols

Little Learning Labs: Astronomy for Kids teaches children the wonders of outer space with 26 hands-on activities that can be done at home with items found around the house.

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Human World (Curiositree)

by AJ Wood, Mike Jolley and illustrated by Andres Lozano

Travel from our earliest beginnings to the modern day, and discover how our evolution is interconnected by following the arrows that link to charts on related topics throughout the book.

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I Love You, Bunny

by Alina Surnaite

A beautiful, reassuring heart-warming story about being afraid of the dark that is perfect for reading at bedtime.

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The Best Sound in the World

by Cindy Wume

Roy is a lion and a sound catcher. When he goes on a journey to find the best sound in the world, can his friend Jemmy teach him that perhaps there are lots of beautiful sounds, not just one, and for Jemmy, Roys music is the best thing?

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Around The World in Every Vehicle

by Amber Stewart and illustrated by Duncan Beedie

The Van Go family are on a whirlwind adventure! Setting out in their beloved blue van, they venture across the world, taking in the sights and trying out a wide range of vehicles from tuk tuks to big red buses.

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My Friend Sleep

by Laura Baker, illustrated by Hannah Peck

My Friend Sleep is a simple bedtime story that reminds children of the joy of dreams and how to deal with the very common issue of night terrors that many toddlers and preschoolers experience.

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Bobby's Got A Brand New Car

by Zidrou and illustrated by Sebastien Chebret

In this stunning, fantastical road trip of a picture book, young Bobby buys his own car and drives about town like a cool grown-up.

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Dragons: Father & Son

by Alexandre Lacroix and illustrated by Ronan Badel

Drake the young dragon has to prove he's a real dragon by causing some trouble in the local village.

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Perfectly Peculiar Plants

by Chris Thorogood, illustrated by Catell Ronca

An exuberant celebration of the weird and wonderful world of plants, perfect for budding botanists and armchair art-lovers alike, busting with colour and providing unexpected facts.

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The Book of No Worries

by Lizzie Cox and illustrated by Tanya Stevanovic

A survival guide to help young people cope with peer pressure, puberty and all the worries in between; focusing on the emotional wellbeing and mental health of tweens.

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Shhh!

by Barroux

In this gently humorous book, perfect for bedtime, a young boy imagines all sorts of animals gently going to sleep.

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Into The Forest

by Laura Baker and illustrated by Nadia Taylor

Take a step into the forest and join a young squirrel as she looks for her family in this sumptuous, 'touch and feel' layered board book that introduces preschool readers to animals and their habitats.

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Dance with the Animals

by Ella Bailey

Dance with Tiger, Badger and friends as they clap, and whirl at the Animal Ball. Join in the actions and mix and match the pages to make your own characters!

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The Book of Comparisons

by Clive Gifford and illustrated by Paul Boston

This exciting picture book for curious kids measures and compares a huge variety of different subjects. Absorbing and entertaining, you'll never look at the world in the same way again.

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Chef Academy

by Steve Martin

Kids will enjoy a hearty three-course meal at Chef Academy.

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Entrepreneur Academy

by Steve Martin

Kids will learn all about business at Entrepreneur Academy.

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Mythical Beasts Masks

by Gavin Rutherford, illustrated by Tanya Batrak

Featuring ten strikingly beautiful illustrated paper masks to press out and build, making and wearing these magical storybook masks leads children on an imaginative crafting journey through creative play.

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Baa Moo! Noisy Farm (Sounds of the Farm)

by Illustrated by Carles Ballesteros

Turn the page, press a tab and hear the sounds of the farm in this bright, colourful board book for early learners.

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Stomp Roar! Dinosaur (Sounds of the Wild)

by Illustrated by Carles Ballesteros

Turn the page, press a tab and hear the sounds of the wild in this bright, colourful board book for early learners.

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Treasure Hunt House

by Kate Davies and illustrated by Becca Stadtlander

Explore the Treasure House in this lift-the-flap treasure hunt.

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The Night Dragon

by Naomi Howarth

A beautiful picture book about dragons, friendship and individuality from the author of The Crow's Tale and Tug of War.

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Pocket Guide to Turtles, Tortoises and other Reptiles

by illustrated by Alice Pattullo, Amy-Jane Beer and

Learn everything you ever wanted to know about reptiles, in this handy pocket-sized guide!

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Taking Flight

by Adam Hancher

Follow the fearless highs and dangerous lows of the Wright brothers in their quest to take to the skies.

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Going to School

by Rose Blake

Explore a day in the life of a little girl at school with an unfolding visual narrative that young children will have fun making out for themselves.

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The People Awards

by Lily Murray and Ana Albero

Featuring a truly diverse range of people from all over the world and all walks of life - including Donald Bradman and Vincent Lingiari. This stunning book is a wonderful and inspiring introduction to biography for children.

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Maddy Alone (Blue Door 2)

by Pamela Brown

Following on from The Swish of the Curtain, the classic story which inspired actors from Maggie Smith to Eileen Atkins.

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Pocket Guide to Whales, Dolphins and other Marine Mammals

by Frances Dipper and Alice Pattullo

Learn everything you ever wanted to know about marine mammals, in this handy pocket-sized guide.

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Once Upon a Magic Book

by Lily Murray, Katie Hickey

Follow two children through the pages of this magical book and use the text prompts to make up a different story every time to go with the pictures.

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Marie Curie (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Frau Isa

Meet Marie, the Nobel Prize winning scientist, in this board book version of the best-selling title in the Little People, Big Dreams series!

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Amelia Earhart (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Maria Diamantes

Meet Amelia, the fearless female flier, in this board book version of the best-selling title in the Little People, Big Dreams series!

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Maya Angelou (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Lisbeth Kaiser, Leire Salaberria

Meet Maya, the worlds most beloved writer and speaker, in this board book version of the best-selling title in the Little People, Big Dreams series!

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Find Your Way In the Jungle

by Paul Boston

This book works like a map - readers need to negotiate an exciting path from beginning to end, helped by a practical understanding of co-ordinates and math concepts.

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Find Your Way Under the Sea

by Paul Boston

This brilliant book provides a fun first look at co-ordinates and how to navigate your way around a map. Math activities are combined with an exciting mission and colourful fantasy settings, making for an entertaining and educational underwater adventure.

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Find Your Way In Space

by Paul Boston

This brilliant mapping book provides a fun first look at co-ordinates and how to navigate your way around a map. Maths activities are combined with an exciting mission and colourful fantasy settings, making for an entertaining and educational space adventure.

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The Senses: Taste

by Sally Hewitt

A hands-on first science book that uses fun activities to explore the sense of taste.

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The Senses: Hearing

by Sally Hewitt

A hands-on first science book that uses fun activities to explore the sense of hearing.

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The Senses: Touch

by Sally Hewitt

A hands-on first science book that uses fun activities to explore the sense of touch.

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The Senses: Sight

by Sally Hewitt

A hands-on first science book that uses fun activities to explore the sense of sight.

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Around the World (What's Wrong?)

by Catherine Veitch, illustrated by Fermin Solis

Featuring beautifully illustrated scenes of places from around the world, this book is a fun way to learn about geography and culture.

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The Senses: Smell

by Sally Hewitt

A hands-on first science book that uses fun activities to explore the sense of smell.

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Find Your Way Underground

by Paul Boston

This book works like a map – readers follow the path from beginning to end, solving puzzles using early maths concepts as they progress and learning about co-ordinates along the way.

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ANIMOSAICS: CAN YOU FIND IT?

by Surya Sajnani

An attractive and artistic search and find board book from the creator of Wee Gallery.

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The Skies Above My Eyes

by Charlotte Gullain, illustrated by Yuval Zommer

Have you ever looked up and wondered what's going on high up in the skies above your eyes?

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Nature Craft (Craft Makes)

by Fiona Hayes

Make fun animals and objects from nature's finest materials! Collect twigs, pine cones, feathers, leaves, shells and pebbles from your garden, park or holiday and create animals and objects with them.

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Music Legends (40 Inspiring Icons)

by Herve Guilleminot, illustrated by Jerome Masi

The greatest hits… The most spectacular shows… The top 40 pop and rock musicians of all time are here!

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Voyage through Space

by Katy Flint and illustrated by Cornelia Li

See space as youve never seen it before! Join one little astronaut and her space dog as they voyage through the solar system.

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What's Wrong? In the Wild

by Catherine Veitch, illustrated by Fermin Solis

Featuring beautifully illustrated scenes of animals, this book is a fun way to learn about wildlife and the natural world.

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Smoke And Iron (Great Library #4)

by Rachel Caine

The fourth book in the Great Library series from the Number 1 international bestselling author of the Morganville Vampires series.

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Splash Day!

by Nick Sharratt

A fun and colourful rhyming tale from one of the UKs most beloved author-illustrators, Nick Sharratt.

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Run Wild

by Gill Lewis

A thought-provoking and touching story of the bond between child and nature, from renowned storyteller and award-winning author Gill Lewis.

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Grandpa Bert And The Ghost Snatchers

by Malorie Blackman

A pleasingly absurd caper where kids outwit crooks, ghost are let out of the bag and grandparents refuse to behave from beloved author Malorie Blackman.

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Have You Heard?

by Hannah Dale

Have you heard? There’s a fox on the prowl with a terrible growl! But is Mr Fox really as scary as all the other animals think?

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Tug of War

by Naomi Howarth

Naomi Howarth teaches that wit and wisdom are more important than size and physical strength, and friendship is what matters most.

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Shine-a-Light: Wonders of the World

by Carron Brown

From long, winding walls and reefs full of fish to lost ancient cities, the amazing wonders of our world are revealed.

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Dinosaurs (Shine-a-Light)

by Sara Hurst

Explore an amazing world that existed millions of years ago, when extraordinary animals, such as the fierce Tynrannosaurus Rex and the speedy Compsognathus, roamed the land

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National Parks of the USA

by Kate Siber, illustrated by Chris Turnham

Take a tour of Americas great outdoors with this book that goes wild for the flaura, fauna and epic landscapes of its magestic National Parks.

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Houdini and the Five-Cent Circus

by Keith Gray

A thrilling reimagining of Houdini’s childhood years and the life that made him master of escape, from the award-winning author of The Ostrich Boys.

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The Trilogy Of Two

by Juman Malouf

Identical twins Sonja and Charlotte are musical prodigies with extraordinary powers. Curious and magical things begin to happen when they play their instruments, which attracts some unwanted attention...

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Dog

by Andy Mulligan

First paperback edition of this love-filled story about trust and friendship from the winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize

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Robots (What on Earth)

by Jenny Fretland VanVoorst

Explore the importance of robots and how they influence our lives. Investigate how robots follow instructions and complete tasks. Create a mini robot and discover the mechanics behind these amazing machines.

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Ready to Ride

by Sebastien Pelon

A little boy is told to play outside by his mum, and bumps into an imaginary friend with whom he goes for a bike ride. At first he finds it difficult to keep up, but with the imaginary friend’s help he takes off the bike’s stabilisers and learns to freewheel – all the way home. A marvellous book with a can do attitude.

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Grandad Mandela

by Zindzi Mandela, Zazi and Ziwelene Mandela and Sean Qualls

Two great-grandchildren ask their grandmother 15 questions about the man they remember as Grandad, and the world remembers as Nelson Mandela.

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Back On Weird Street (#2)

by Anne Fine

Asim, Laila and Tom like nothing more than spooking each other out with tales of the unexpected. This time they're back with three more stories to chill you to the bone.

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Mariella, Queen Of The Skies

by Eoin Colfer

Super-smart inventor Mariella doesn't have time for sleep in this funny and life-affirming gem from award-winning beloved author Eoin Colfer, featuring full colour illustrations from rising star Katy Halford.

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How to Draw Almost Everything for Kids

by Naoko Sakamoto and Kamo

In this hands-on workbook, including 100s of easy and cute illustrations to master with a pen or pencil readers will learn how to playfully draw and doodle with practice drills and basic instructions.

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The Mouse and the Lighthouse (Reading Gems: Level 3)

by QED Publishing

Max the mouse is left in charge of the lighthouse. Will he be able to switch the light on without the lighthouse keepers help?

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Percy Penguin (Reading Gems: Level 1)

by QED Publishing

All the penguins were perfect, apart from Percy. Percy Penguin is all about a group of penguins who think Percy is a nuisance. It explores themes of friendship and accepting each other’s differences.

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Big and Fuzzy (Reading Gems: Level 2)

by QED Publishing

Sira and Ivik went to fish. Someone was watching them. Who was it?

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Hens Can't Crow! (Reading Gem: Level 2)

by QED Publishing

Cockerel is ill. He can't crow! Hen wants to do it. But can hens crow?

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Space Supper (Reading Gems: Level 4)

by QED Publishing

When a spaceship arrives in Petes garden, he goes on an adventure, but will he be back in time for supper?

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Snap! (Reading Gems: Level 4)

by QED Publishing

All of the animals are scared of the big noisy crocodile!

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The Party Dress (Reading Gems: Level 3)

by QED Publishing

Mum and Dad have been invited to a party. Mum needs a new dress, but which one will she choose?

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Three, Two, One... (Reading Gems: Level 1)

by QED Publishing

The toys have found a spaceship! Now they only need to figure out who will be the lucky one to go to space. Three, two, one... blast off!

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Coco Chanel (My First Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Ana Albero

Meet Coco, the world-famous fashion designer, in this board book version of the best-selling Little People, Big Dreams series!

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Frida Kahlo (My First Little People Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Eng Gee Fan

Meet Frida, the world-famous painter, in this board book version of the best-selling title in the Little People, Big Dreams series!

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The Tiger on His Back

by Bernard Ashley

A strange tattoo triggers a surprising turn of events in this tense contemporary drama from master teen writer, Bernard Ashley.

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Jason Banks And The Pumpkin Of Doom

by Cross, Gillian

A charming and witty tale of bullies, pumpkins and unlikely friendships from award-winning author Gillian Cross.

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Outside: Discovering Animals

by M. Peixe Dias, I. Teixeira do Rosario and B. Carvalho

Discover and learn about the animals on your doorstep with this award-winning book.

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Outside: Exploring Nature

by M. Peixe Dias, I. Teixeira do Rosario and B. Carvalho

Learn about the formation of the Earth, how the weather works, and what causes volcanoes and earthquakes with this comprehensive book, created in collaboration with a team of experts.

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EtchArt: Enchanted Garden

by AJ Wood, Mike Jolley and illustrated by Dinara Mirtalipova

Uncover a magical world with your stylus as you etch your own folk-art in these innovative activity books.

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EtchArt: Forgotten Jungle

by AJ Wood, Mike Jolley and illustrated by Dinara Mirtalipova

Discover a mystical jungle with your stylus as you etch your own folk-art in these innovative activity books with scratchable ink.

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The Great Big Green Book

by Mary Hoffman, illustrated by Ros Asquith

From a simple introduction to our home in Space, Planet Earth, the authors explain what we need for life on Earth, and show the importance of the rainforests and the oceans.

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The Secret Life of a Tiger

by Przemyslaw Wechterowicz, Emilia Dziubak

A funny, heart-warming picture book featuring a charming tiger with an unexpected secret life.

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Joy

by Corrinne Averiss, illustrated by Isabelle Follath

Exceptional picture book with an uplifting story and wonderful illustrations that is guaranteed to bring joy into everyone's life.

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Things That Go (Slide and See)

by Olivier Latyk

A wonderful new board book series with gently rhyming text and a fantastic surprise on each page.

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10 Reasons to Love... a Lion

by Catherine Barr, illustrated by Hanako Clulow

Discover 10 reasons to love a lion and five ways to show you care!

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10 Reasons to Love... a Penguin

by Catherine Barr, illustrated by Hanako Clulow

Discover 10 reasons to love a penguin and five ways to show you care!

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Journeys of Discovery: Spot the Mistake

by illustrated by Frances Castle, AJ Wood and Mike Jolley

Learn fun facts about famous explorers from all around the world, including the Zheng He, Captain Cook, Sacagawea, Neil Armstrong and many more!

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The Know-Nonsense Guide to Space

by Heidi Fiedler, illustrated by Brendan Kearney

A hilariously illustrated, quirky, and fun guide to all things astronomy, from the planets and comets to black holes and supernova!

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Seashore Watcher

by Maya Plass

Learn how to spot tracks, identify markings and discover secret hideaways at the seashore. Packed with fascinating fact files, stunning photographs and hands-on activities, find out about what lives in the different habitats where the land meets the sea.

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5 Wild Numbers

by Bella Gomez

This innovative book uses sliding discs to introduce young children to the numbers 1 to 5.

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Bug Lab for Kids

by John W. Guyton

Bug Lab for Kids is an engaging, scientifically accurate, and fun activity book that explores the exciting world of bugs.

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Norman The Norman And The Very Small Duchess (#2)

by Philip Ardagh

The second instalment in the hilarious sword-swining adventures of Little hero Norman from the riotous, award-winning duo of Philip Ardagh and Tom Morgan-Jones.

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The Swish Of The Curtain (Blue Door 1)

by Pamela Brown

The classic story of seven children with a longing to be on stage: the inspiration for actors from Maggie Smith to Eileen Atkins

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How Things Work: Pushes and Pulls

by Anna Claybourne

Packed with fun activities. this book encourages children to think about forces and motion in the world around them.

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Kandinsky (Art Masterclass with)

by Hanna Konola

Make art like the masters with Art Masterclass!

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The Five Misfits

by Beatrice Alemagna

When Mr Perfect comes to stay, the five misfits find themselves questioning what their purpose in life is. Can they teach him that not fitting in is more fun than trying to be perfect? A quirky, allegorical picture book from the multi award-winning creator of A Lion in Paris.

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Rosa Draws

by Jordan Wray

Take a fantastical ride through Rosas imagination in this hugely enjoyable picture book for any child who’s ever picked up a pen or pencil.

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Audrey the Amazing Inventor

by Rachel Valentine, illustrated by Katie Weymouth

A fun and quirky picture book featuring a feisty and inspiring female protagonist with an inventive mind and curious spirit. Showcasing lively artwork and plenty of humour, Audrey the Inventor is perfect for story time or the classroom.

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The Oceanic Times

by Stella Gurney, illustrated by Matthew Hodson

A hilarious spoof-newspaper style activity book about ocean animals, packed with facts, jokes and fun things to do.

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Van Gogh (Art Masterclass with)

by Hanna Konola

Learn how to create art like the masters by taking an Art Masterclass! After reading a short introduction to Van Gogh, you’ll do drawing, colouring and collaging activities that show you how he worked

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If All the World Were...

by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Allison Colpoys

A moving, poetic picture book about the love between a grandfather and child. An ideal book for children who have lost a grandparent.

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The Cave

by Rob Hodgson

A wolf tries everything to get a creature to leave the cave, to no avail. But what will happen when he's finally successful? This is a laugh-out-loud story with a BIG surprise!

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Bugs (Amazing World)

by L.J. Tracosas

The third title in the series, Amazing World: Bugs explores the incredible world of 20 strange and magnificent insects, from shimmering glow worms and fireflies, to the extremely odd giraffe bug.

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Deep-Sea Diver (Ultimate Expeditions)

by Phyllis Perry

Ultimate Expeditions: Deep Sea Diver is the perfect companion for the aspiring explorer.

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I Am Never Bored: The Best Ever Craft and Activity Book for Kids

by Sarah Devos, illustrated by Emma Thyssen

Are your kids glued to the television and computer games on school vacation rainy weekends? Are you tired of hearing, 'I’m bored. There’s nothing to do'? Fear not, because I Am Never Bored: The Best Ever Craft and Activity Book for Kids is here to save the day!

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Cars and Trucks on the Road

by Alessia Girasole

A whole colorful traffic jam's worth of things to find, and count! Features vehicles and special hidden items to find on every spread.

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STEAM Play and Learn

by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team

Pre-schoolers will love tackling these 15 fun, easy-to-follow step-by-step projects as they learn about science, technology, engineering, arts and math

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The Knights And The Best Quest

by Kaye Umansky

The second instalment in Kaye Umansky’s brilliant The Knights of the Drop-Leaf Table series, a laugh-out-loud take on the adventures of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

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Harriet Tubman (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Pili Aguado

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the incredible life of Harriet Tubman, the Underground Railroad conductor who 'never lost a single passenger' in this true story of her life.

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How Things Work: Materials

by Anna Claybourne

A hands-on first science series that uses fun and practical activities to explore electricity, light and dark, materials and pushes and pull

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How Things Work: Electricity

by Anna Claybourne

Packed with fun activities, this book will encourage children to think about how electricity works and how we use it.

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How Things Work: Light and Dark

by Anna Claybourne

Packed with fun activities, this book will encourage children to think about the properties of light and dark and how we use them and are affected by them.

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Hot Wheels Unleash the Beasts: A Street Race

by , edited by Delia Greve and L.J. Tracosas

Fasten your seat belts because Hot Wheels: Unleash the Beasts: A Street Race is here to tell one action packed, engine revving story.

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Jane Austen (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Katie Wilson

New in the Little People, Big Dreams series: Discover the remarkable life of Jane Austen, one of the world's most beloved authors, in this true story of her life.

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Bella's Den

by Berlie Docherty and illustrated by Ellie Snowdon

A beautiful tale from award-winning author Berlie Doherty, full of friendship and foxes, and perfect for budding countryside explorers.

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Georgia O'Keeffe (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Erica Salcedo

Discover the incredible life of Georgia O'Keeffe, one of the twentieth century's greatest artists in this new Little People, Big Dreams title.

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Ocean Meets Sky

by Eric Fan and Terry Fan

From the creators of The Night Gardener, comes a stunning new picture book about a young boy who sets sail to find a place his grandfather told him about... the spot where the ocean meets the sky.

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The Secret Of The Blue Glass

by Tomiko Inui

'I love this book' - Michael Morpurgo. A classic story about a magical miniature family's adventures in wartime Japan

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The 50 States - Flashcards

by Gabrielle Balkan, Sol Linero

Be inspired by the inventiveness, beauty, and diversity of the United States with The 50 States - Flashcards. Cards include facts, questions and answers, and state flags.

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Not Now, Mum! (Reading Gems: Level 2)

by A.H. Benjamin; Nick East

Lenny doesn't like to do what his family tells him to and he always keeps them waiting. But one day he finds out what it feels like to have to wait and wait and wait ....

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The Grumpy Cat (Reading Gems: Level 2)

by Kate Tym; Jana Christy

Alf was a grumpy cat. He was never happy. But one day, the wind blew and it put a smile on Alf's face.

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Gus at Big School (Reading Gems: Level 1)

by Kate Petty; Maribel Suarez

When his sisters go to school each day, Gus has to stay behind because he is too little.

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Where is the Cat? (Reading Gems: Level 1)

by Emma Barnes; Hannah Wood

Dad has lost his hat and Mum has lost the cat! Where have they gone?

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Free the Lines

by illustrated by Clayton Junior

A little sailing boat casts out his line to catch a fish in a busy, healthy ocean, but when a big, smoking trawler casts its mighty net, will any of the fish escape?

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The Glassmaker's Daughter

by Dianne Hofmeyr, illustrated by Jane Ray

A beautiful fable set in sixteenth-century Venice, with stunning illustrations from award-winning artist Jane Ray.

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50 things you should know about:Football

by Aidan Keir Radnedge

The 50 Things series takes big topics and breaks them into bite-size chunks perfect for young readers to digest.

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Into The Ocean

by Laura Baker, illustrated by Nadia Taylor

Dive into the ocean to join a young turtle on a game of hide-and-seek, and learn about sea creatures and their habitat.

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Unofficial Minecraft STEM Lab for Kids

by John Miller, Chris Scott

Minecraft + STEM = an unstoppable force for fun and learning!

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Brick Building 101

by Courtney Sanchez

Kids will learn about STEAM topics (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) with Legos, through 15 fun and unique step-by-step projects.

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Ranger Rick Kids' Guide to Paddling

by Tom Watson

Teaches kids how to comfortably paddle for hours, what to bring on the trip, and how to traverse the water like a pro.

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Ranger Rick Kids' Guide to Hiking

by Helen Olsson

Where can I go? What gear should I take? What can I do? Ranger Rick Kids Guide to Hiking answers all of your questions to gets you started hiking!

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Imagine

by John Lennon, foreword by Yoko Ono Lennon, illustrated by Jean Jullien and

An inspiring story of peace, set to the world’s best-loved song.

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Who's in the Water? (Colour Me bath book Wee Gallery)

by Surya Sajnani

Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed or dipped in water, revealing a world of colour.

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Who's in the Rainforest? (Colour Me Wee Gallery bath book)

by Surya Sajnani

Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed or dipped in water, revealing a world of colour.

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Fuzzy Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures

by Natural History Museum

Explore the prehistoric world as you colour in each flocked chart.

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Fuzzy Animals

by Illustrated by Papio Press

Explore seven diverse habitats as you colour in each flocked animal chart.

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People of Peace (40 Inspiring Icons)

by Sandrine Mirza, illustrated by Le Duo

Dreamers… Leaders… And fighters for our rights. The top 40 people of peace are here!

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Fantastic Footballers (40 Inspiring Icons)

by illustrated by Almasty, Jean-Michel Billioud

The greatest goals… The most spectacular saves… The top 40 footballers of all time are here!

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Plantopedia

by Adrienne Barman

Discover all kinds of plants – from the hugest tree to the tiniest seed – in this fabulous follow-up to smash-hit Creaturepedia

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World of Birds (Sounds of Nature)

by illustrated by Robert Frank Hunter

Press the page to hear the song of birds from 10 different habitats in this exquisite sound book.

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Spot the Difference: In the Park

by Naomi Wilkinson

Explore the park and spot the difference in each double page spread. Lift the flaps on the right hand page to see if you got it right!

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Hug Me, Please

by Przemyslaw Wechterowicz, illustrated by Emilia Dziubak

An irresistible picture book about looking for affection that will warm the hearts of children and parents alike.

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A Treasury of Illustrated Adventure Stories

by Saviour Pirotta

Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with this action-packed anthology of four classic stories. Encounter defeat, triumph, adventure and excitement in each of these timeless tales, all accompanied by beautiful artwork.

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The Goat

by Anne Fleming

A child named Kid, a dog named Cat, and a goat who lives on the roof ... Part mystery and part animal-rescue story, about an unnamed goat that inadvertently changes the lives of the eccentric denizens of a Manhattan apartment building.

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McTavish Goes Wild (McTavish 2)

by Meg Rosoff

A glorious sequel to Good Dog McTavish. This endearing story is brimming with Meg Rosoff’s stylish prose, quirky humour, astute eye for the details of canine-human dynamics, and the oddities of family life.

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The Great Telephone Mix-Up

by Sally Nicholls

A charming tale of community, making new connections and lending a helping hand, from a successful author and illustrator pairing.

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Rose's Dress Of Dreams

by Katherine Woodfine

Inspired by the life of Rose Bertin, Katherine Woodfine’s stunning Little Gem is written with an evocative sense of period furthered by fresh and beautiful full-colour illustrations by Kate Pankhurst.

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Baby's First Photo Album

by illustrated by Surya Sajnani

Capture your baby’s first year in photographs with the help of Wee Gallery’s illustrated milestone cards.

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Cannonball Coralie and the Lion

by Grace Easton

A heartwarming picture book about friendship and the importance of standing up for yourself.

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30-Second Ancient Greece

by Matthew Nicholls

The key to understanding the 50 crucial ideas and innovations that developed and defined one of the world’s greatest civilizations.

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Your Bones (Human Body)

by Sally Hewitt

How many bones are in your body? Which bone protects your brain? What are bones made of?

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Human Body: Your Brain

by Sally Hewitt

What does your brain do? How does your brain carry messages to your body? Which foods are good for your brain?

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Human Body: Your Digestive System

by Sally Hewitt

What does your esophagus do? How long is your small intestine? Which part of your body stores the goodness from food?

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My First Book of Pilates

by Rida Ouerghi and illustrated by Elsa Fouquier

Introduce your children to Pilates and help them develop bodily awareness and key development of developing muscles and flexibility.

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STEAM Lab for Kids

by Liz Lee Heinecke

A fun and interactive introduction to Science, Technology, Energy, Art, and Math for the whole family.

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Poppy and Vivaldi

by illustrated by Magali Le Huche, Magali Le Huche

Go on a musical adventure with Poppy the dog and friends in Poppy and Vivaldi. Children and parents will love pressing buttons and hearing the instruments and sounds of Vivaldi on every page!

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Poppy and Mozart

by illustrated by Magali Le Huche, Magali Le Huche

Go on a musical adventure with Poppy the dog and friends in Poppy and Mozart. Children and parents will love pressing buttons and hearing the variety of instruments and sounds of Mozart on every page!

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Spot the Difference: At the Beach

by Naomi Wilkinson

Explore the beach and spot five differences in every side-by-side scene. Lift the flaps on the right hand page to see if you got it right!

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The Family Tree

by Mal Peet and illustrated by Emma Shoard

An utterly stunning, powerful and unforgettable novella by the highly acclaimed and much missed Mal Peet. Featuring sensitive full colour illustrations by talented rising star, Emma Shoard.

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Dream Team (#3)

by Alan Gibbons

A fact-filled football story about the importance of team-work, bursting with friendship and fun. A must for football fans everywhere.

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The Little Pioneer

by Adam Hancher

This epic story documents one little girl’s adventure as she discovers the challenges, excitement and danger of America’s frontier. Filled with drama, this tale is testament to the determination, solidarity and courage of the early pioneers, each chasing their own American Dream.

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Grandad's Secret Giant

by David Litchfield

A GIANT story of belonging and friendship from David Litchfield.

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Moon Dog (Reading Gems: Level 2)

by Robert Dunn

Patch likes to bounce and play but he wants to go to the moon most of all. One day he finds a rocket in the garden. Blast off! Reading Gems is a supplementary reading programme that supports a child’s learning at school. Featuring original stories, delightful characters and humorous illustrations, the Reading Gems books have been designed to put the fun back into reading.

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The Star and the Zoo (Reading Gems: Level 1)

by Virginie Zurcher, Daniel Howarth

The animals are settling down for the night when a star falls from the sky into the zoo. Little Star is desperate to get back home, but who will help her?

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Go Away, Dot! (Reading Gems: Level 1)

by Steve Smallman; Daniel Howarth

When Max has to watch over his little sister, he isn't very happy about it. He wants to play with his friends instead, but Dot wants to join in. When Max tells Dot to go away, he regrets being mean to his sister, and she wanders off will he ever find her again?

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Watch Out, Ned! (Reading Gems: Level 2)

by Lucy Barnard

Ned doesn't like to listen. He likes to jump, swing and slide. But one day, his carefree ways get him into trouble by the river...

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Children's Wildlife Atlas

by John Farndon

A captivating, fact-filled atlas exploring animal habitats around the world, including rainforest, grassland, desert, woodlands, wetlands and polar regions.

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30 Animals That Share Our World

A collection of 30 "nonfiction minutes" -- short and engaging essays -- all about animals, written by todays award-winning childrens nonfiction authors.

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Great Polar Bear

by Carolyn Lesser

Great Polar Bear captures the beauty and mystery of the far north with lyrical, factual verse, and gorgeous collage.

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William Shakespeare (Poetry for Kids)

by William Shakespeare, illustrated by Merce Lopez and foreward by Marguerite Tassi

Thirty-five of Shakespeares best-known and most-loved verses and poems, wonderfully illustrated for children ages 8 to 12.

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Starry Skies

by Samantha Chagollan, illustrated by Nila Aye

An engaging introduction to astronomy for kids, featuring fourteen well-known constellations and a star map of each hemisphere.

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ABC Shapes (Little Concepts)

by illustrated by Ingela Peterson Arrhenius

ABC Shapes combines learning the alphabet with fun and quirky shapes, going beyond the typical circles and squares to introduce arches, ellipses, cubes, wedges, and even helixes and nanagons.

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Things Girls Love (Watch Me Read Draw)

by Samantha Chagollan, illustrated by Jannie Ho

With easy-to-follow drawing steps and an engaging story, Watch Me Read and Draw: Things Girls Love teaches kids to draw all their favourite things.

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The Zoo (Watch Me Read and Draw)

by Samantha Chagollan and illustrated by Mattia Cerato

This step-by-step drawing and story book teaches children to draw their favorite animals from the zoo with simple steps and a fun, engaging story.

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Super Fun Travel Activities to Baffle Your Brain

by MoonDance Press Creative Team

Fun, brain-bending travel-related activities for children ages 7 to 12 - part of the Get Smarter activity book series

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Shark Wants a Friend (Reading Gems: Level 3)

by Bill Bolton

Shark is lonely and wants some friends, so he goes out into the sea to find some. But will his plan work or will the other animals be afraid of him?

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The Helpful Dragon (Reading Gems Level 4)

by Chris Saunders

When the villagers find a dragon on the train track, something has to be done. Who can move the dragon? And what will the big dragon do?

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The Weather Monster (Reading Gems: Level 4)

by Steve Smallman, Bruno Merz

The villagers are tired of all the rain. They want the weather monster to bring back the sun. But was anyone brave enough to ask him?

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Sharks (Creature Files)

by L.J. Tracosas

Biting facts about sharks are revealed by examining the teeth and jaws of the 20 jaw-snapping species covered in the book.

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Boy 87

by Ele Fountain

The story of a refugee: one child's journey stands for the journeys of many and the hopes of even more.

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Bird (Tales from Nature)

by Olivia Cosneau

Join small bird and find out what happens to the three eggs she has laid. Introducing nature to little ones, this book provides a simple, entertaining storyline with a bird character as the focus.

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Rusty The Squeaky Robot

by Neil Clark

Rusty is a friendly robot, but not a very happy one. He’s feeling down about the way that he sounds. The other robots on Planet Robotone are keen to help. Belle, Twango, Hoot and Boom-Bot show Rusty that being a little bit different is the best way to be.

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Top Of The League

by Andrea Mills

Fully updated for 2018, Top of The League is the perfect book for any football fan. Amusing stats and fascinating facts combine with quirky graphics to provide an entertaining guide to all aspects of the beautiful game.

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The Colours of History

by Clive Gifford, illustrated by Marc-Etienne Peintre

A vibrant exploration of the stories behind different colours, and the roles they've played throughout history.

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Trees (What On Earth?)

by Kevin Warwick, illustrated by Paulina Morgan

Trees are an important part of our planet. What on earth are they all about?

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The Great Big Book of Friends

by Mary Hoffman, illustrated by Ros Asquith

A wonderfully accessible and inclusive celebration of every kind of friendship from the author and illustrator of The Great Big Book of Families and The Great Big Book of Feelings.

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ABC (Learning Garden)

by Aino-Maija Metsola

Learn your alphabet with stylish artwork from Aino-Maija Metsola.

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Spring Into Action

by Pat Brigandi, illustrated by Maine Diaz

In Spring Into Action, our five favorite Dinosaur Pals are back! Find out how Kayla and her best friends transform a spot for trash into a bright and blooming garden.

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I Like Being Me! (Reading Gems Level 4)

by Bruno Merz and Dreda Blow

Tom likes to dream of being all sorts of things, from sea creatures and monsters to flowers and trees. But he soon learns that being something else is not really that much fun after all.

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Ancient Greece in 30 Seconds

by Cath Senker

Ancient Greece in 30 Seconds is a fascinating introduction to one of the most influential ancient cultures. From slaves and soldiers to clothes and jewellery, this guide makes learning fun.

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We Are Not Frogs

by Michael Morpurgo, illustrated by Sam Usher

Children’s literature legend Michael Morpurgo teams up with illustration star Sam Usher for a rollicking countryside adventure story, now in a Little Gems edition for more parents and children to share together.

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Who's A Big Bully Then?

by Michael Morpurgo

A brand new edition of the humorous tale of a boy, a bully, and a serious case of mistaken identity, now with cover artwork by the award-winning Catherine Rayner.

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The Hat Trick

by Terry Deary

Jud steps in as goalie at the local football team. Jud's dad is all for it, but mum isn't convinced. This football story ends with a brilliant twist!

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The Cupcake Wedding

by Gillian Cross

Mia and James are getting married! When a tight budget means no wedding cake, Mia’s sister Holly plans a surprise… A heart-warming story from an award-winning author, now in a gorgeous 4u2read edition.

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Shona, Word Detective

by John Agrad

A warm and charming tale of diversity, language, and the shared cultures that make-up modern life.

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Noah Scape, He Can't Stop Repeating Himself

by Guy Bass

Noah proves that getting what you want isn’t always what you need in this laugh-out-loud comedy from one of the fastest-rising stars of the children’s book world.

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Colour My Days

by Ross Collins

Bursting with joy and adventure, this brand new story from picture book star Ross Collins is a celebration of all the colour in our lives.

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Young Dracula

by Michael Lawrence

Fun vampire comedy.

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Shapes, Colours, Numbers

by Dario Zeruto, illustrated by Dario Zeruto

A simple but brilliant book that encourages children to learn about shapes, colours and numbers by playing with a series of gatefold flaps.

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Fluffywuffy

by Simon Puttock, illustrated by Matt Robertson

When an annoying guest comes to stay at Mr Moots house, his pet, Fluffywuffy, has a snappy solution.

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Be the Change!

by Eunice Moyle, Sabrina Moyle

Give your children the tools and encouragement they need to be the change they wish to see with this collection of bios of luminary figures, creative project ideas, and more.

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Mind Your Manners: Giggly Guide on How to Behave

by Philippe Jalbert

This clever and silly guide on how to behave teaches kids why manners matter, with colorful illustrations and simple tips kids will love.

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The Giggly Guide of How to Behave at School

by Philippe Jalbert

This fun and funny guide on how NOT to behave teaches kids why they should mind their manners, with colourful illustrations and simple tips both parents and kids will love.

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The Walkabout Orchestra

by Chloe Perarnau

Take trip from Reykjavik to Rio in this search-and-find tour of the world that will introduce young readers to all the instruments of the orchestra.

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How to Count 1 to 5 in Five Languages

by Kenard Pak

Count to 5 in French, Japanese, Mandarin, English and Spanish with this press and listen board book.

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Destination: Planet Earth

by Jo Nelson, illustrated by Tom Clohosy Cole

Set out on the adventure across Planet Earth. Explore volcanos, valleys, mountains and rivers, and learn about water, weather and earthquakes.

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Juniper Jupiter

by Lizzy Stewart

A fun and feisty story about friendship and superheroe's from Lizzy Stewart.

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10 Reasons to Love... a Bear

by Catherine Barr, and illustrated by Hanako Clulow

Discover why bears are incredible and 10 reasons why you should love them. Also features five ways to show you care.

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Baby Bird

by Andrew Gibbs, illustrated by Zosienka

A moving debut picture book about the power of friendship and the importance of accepting yourself just the way you are.

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Wild World

by Angela McAllister, illustrated by Hvass and Hannibal

Discover thirteen incredible habitats, from the crystal kingdom Arctic to the dusty savannah and the black-as-space deep sea, in this beautiful tribute to the last wildernesses of our world.

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These Little Piggies Go to the Beach

by Amy E. Sklansky, illustrated by Christine Davenier

These little piggies haven't had this much fun since they went to the market! The classic nursery rhyme heads to the beach in this delightful update for young children.

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The Zoological Times

by Stella Gurney, illustrated by Matthew Hodson

A hilarious spoof newspaper about animals published in association with the Natural History Museum, packed with facts, jokes and activities.

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The Adventures of Paddy the Beaver

by Thornton W. Burgess, illustrated by Maddie Frost

The Adventures of Paddy the Beaver introduces a new generation of children to Thornton W. Burgess's long-beloved Bedtime Stories characters.

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On the Farm (Shine a Light)

by Susie Behar and Essie Kimpimaki

In this beautifully illustrated Shine-a-Light title, children will see what's happening on the farm through the seasons and discover 'hidden' images by holding the pages up to a bright light.

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Ella Fitzgerald (Little People, Big Dreams)

by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Barbara Alca

Meet Ella Fitzgerald, one of the most influential jazz singers of all time.

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The White Fox

by Jackie Morris

A gorgeous, fully-illustrated novella about an Inuit boy and a lost arctic fox.

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This is Not Another Maths Book

by Anna Weltman, illustrated by Charlotte Milner

Discover the clever craft behind the beautiful numbers and patterns of maths with this awesome activity book, packed with fun drawing challenges based on math tricks and rules.

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The Night Gardener

by Terry Fan and Eric Fan

In the spirit of Goodnight Moon and The Curious Garden comes a stunning debut picture book filled with whimsy and creativity from brothers Terry and Eric Fan.

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Who's A Big Bully Then?

by Michael Morpurgo

A brand new edition of the humorous tale of a boy, a bully, and a serious case of mistaken identity, now with cover artwork by the award-winning Catherine Rayner.

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Ocean (Life on Earth)

by Heather Alexander, illustrated by Andres Lozano

Learn all about the ocean in this brand new title in the Life on Earth series,

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The Adventures of Buster Bear

by Thornton W. Burgess, illustrated by Maddie Frost

The Adventures of Buster Bear introduces a new generation of children to Thornton W. Burgess’s long-beloved Bedtime Stories characters.

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The Magic Garden

by Lemniscates

The Magic Garden is a beautifully illustrated story about all the incredible things that happen every day in nature; butterflies emerging from their cocoons; leaves changing; birds building their nests.

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Space (Life on Earth)

by Heather Alexander, illustrated by Andres Lozano

How big is the universe? What would it be like to live on Venus? Is there life on another planet?

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10 Reasons to Love a... Whale

by Catherine Barr and illustrated by Hanako Clulow

In this book, learn all about why blue whales are incredible and 10 reasons why you should love them!

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Alphabet of Alphabets (Search and Find)

by AJ Wood, Mike Jolley and illustrated by Allan Sanders

Take a ride through 26 fully-illustrated alphabets, each one an A to Z of things to spot.

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Fairy Tale Adventures (Jumbo Stickers for Little Hands)

by Jomike Tejido

Fun, reusable, vinyl, and large fairy-tale stickers for kids with small hands and large imaginations.

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Outer Space (Jumbo Stickers Little Hands)

by Jomike Tejido

Tiny tots will have big fun with these 75 large, vinyl, reusable stickers featuring friendly aliens, spaceships, planets, and more for kids with large imaginations and little hands!

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Animal Babies

by Charles Fuge

A board book featuring the absolute cutest baby animals in the world by bestselling author and illustrator Charles Fuge.

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Free Lance And The Dragon's Hoard (Book 3)

by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell

The final instalment in the hilarious daring adventures of Free Lance the courageous mercenary knight, from the bestselling duo behind The Edge Chronicles, Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell.

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PramBusters!

by Anne Fine

A funny and charming Little Gem from national treasure Anne Fine, with beautiful artwork by illustration star Vicki Gausden – Anne’s collaborator on The Gingerbread Star and Out for the Count.

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Cherry Green Story Queen

by Annie Dalton, illustrated by Charlie Adler

A brand new 4u2read edition of a charming modern-day take on the Arabian Night stories, with illustrations by Charlie Alder.

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ABC Mindful Me

by Christiane Engel

See each letter of the alphabet paired with a word that teaches young children important mindfulness topics, like compassion, breathing, empathy, gratitude, and kindness.

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Alone Together

by Clayton Junior

A bold and charming picture book, set in the animal world, which explores contrasts and opposites.

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Brain Lab for Kids

by Eric H. Chudler

Brain Lab for Kids is an interactive and hands-on book that takes readers on an exciting journey into the functions of the brain through enlightening experiments and
creative activities.

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The Beast Player

by Nahoko Uehashi

An enthralling and sophisticated fantasy story from one of Japan's most popular writers of teen fiction, which has been turned into a popular anime series

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Ready To Fall

by Marcella Pixley

A YA novel about a teen who finds hope and a fresh start after a terrible loss, and learns that being strong means letting go

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