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Tank fans will enjoy browsing this bright and colourful book, containing lots of statistics, photos and facts about army machines told in simple language accessible to less able readers.
Babies love to chatter with their toys and in these books, you can make the puppet talk back. Great to encourage children in their speaking and listening.
The entertaining story of an unpopular boy called George whose life is transformed when his Grandad gives him an old bottle of aftershave for his birthday.
Little Wolf must learn proper wolfish behaviour, but huffing and puffing, saying rude words and fibbing don’t seem to come naturally! A hilarious book for less keen and confident readers.
The first of an exciting horror series following the adventures of Luke Watson, a boy forced to move to Scream Street after he transforms into a werewolf, and his spooky new friends.
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Small Talk is a new website from the National Literacy Trust. It’s full of guidance, activities and videos supporting parents of children aged 0 to 5 to chat, play and read with their child at home as much as possible. Take a look
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