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Jetpack Jelly

Maverick Early Readers – Levels 9 and 10

An early reading scheme with strong story appeal that will inspire emerging readers to keep practising. Maverick Early Readers are a bright and attractive collection ...
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Leap Frog by Jane Clarke and Britta Teckentrup

Leap Frog by Jane Clarke and Britta Teckentrup

A wonderfully interactive story with a calming ending that should help a child settle down to sleep. Felix is a small tree frog and he’s ...
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One Shot by Tanya Landman

One Shot by Tanya Landman

A short yet extremely powerful historical novella. As a Barrington Stoke book, the language may be relatively simple but the images have the potential to ...
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Red in the City by Marie Voight

Red and the City by Marie Voigt

A modern twist on a classic fairy-tale, where the city rather than a wolf threatens to swallow up little girl, Red. Red lives on the ...
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The Boy Who Flew

The Boy Who Flew by Fleur Hitchcock

A cast of sparkling characters in a fast moving and dramatic plot that’s packed with nail-biting action: I’m confident The Boy Who Flew will fly off ...
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This Book Just Stole My Cat by Richard Byrne

This book just stole my cat! by Richard Byrne

An unusual and interactive picture book that made me giggle and laugh out loud. Fabulous! Ben and his cat are playing tickle and chase across ...
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The Light in the Night by Marie Voigt

The Light in the Night by Marie Voigt

A simple story designed to help children overcome their fear of the darkness: the deeply atmospheric pictures that capture the lights in many dark places ...
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Call Me Alastair

Call Me Alastair by Cory Leonardo

A moving middle grade novel told in three distinct and original first person voices, including that of a highly-literate parrot who has a taste for ...
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Latest Author Interviews

Anne Digby

Anne Digby

Anne Digby worked in magazines and wrote comic strips before the success of her debut children's novel, A Horse Called ...
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Jasbinder Bilan

Jasbinder Bilan

According to family stories, Jasbinder was born in a stable close to the foothills of the Himalayas. Until she was ...
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andy shepherd

“Why I write what I write” by Andy Shepherd

Andy Shepherd’s debut The Boy Who Grew Dragons was published in June 2018, followed by The Boy Who Lived With Dragons in ...
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Ally Sherrick

Ally Sherrick

Ally has a BA in medieval history and French from the University of Newcastle and an MA in Writing for ...
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