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Told more through pictures than by words, this is the charming story of a little boy and the rather mysterious penguin he receives as a present.
A gentle animal story from a popular series set in a vet’s. Recommended as a good first chapter book for confident younger readers and animal lovers, who may enjoy reading more by the same author.
A word-of-mouth bestseller, this modern horror story begins when Stephanie inherits her famous writer uncle’s estate. She soon discovers his inspiration…
One of a gripping new adventure series set in Avantia, a kingdom under threat from an evil wizard and six terrifying beasts. Imaginative fantasy that keeps the attention of less keen readers.
A clever and funny story with a twist that is great fun to read aloud to pre-school children. Eddy has lost his teddy in the woods and when he finally finds him again he seems to have changed!
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