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Winnie and Wilbur The Monster Mystery

Winnie and Wilbur: The Monster Mystery by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul

Monsters, a maze and a mystery make this another magical adventure in the magnificent Winnie and Wilbur series. Winnie the Witch and her black cat, ...
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The Words that Fly between us

The Words that Fly Between Us by Sarah Carroll

A beautifully written, moving and impactful story about finding the way, and the words, to stand up for yourself. On the surface, it looks like ...
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Good Boy by Mal Peet and Emma Shoard

Good Boy by Mal Peet, with illustrations by Emma Shoard

With distinctive writing that is almost poetic, this is literary fiction for reluctant and dyslexic readers. A huge sinister black dog has haunted Sandie Callen’s ...
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Cyril the lonely cloud

Cyril The Lonely Cloud by Tim Hopgood

A simple story about fitting in and finding your place in the world. Cyril is a little grey cloud. A lonely little grey cloud. All ...
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Beauty Sleep by Kathryn Evans

Beauty Sleep by Kathryn Evans

Another amazingly original concept, shaped into a tightly plotted thriller that’s practically impossible to put down. And there’s a cute dog too! Sixteen-year-old Laura Henley ...
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The Middler by Kirsty Applebaum

The Middler by Kirsty Applebaum

A gripping story about friendship, truth and breaking boundaries told in a powerful, original and authentic eleven-year-old voice. Eleven-year-old Maggie lives in Fennis Wick, a ...
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Arlo, Miss Pythia and the Forbidden Box

Arlo, Miss Pythia and the Forbidden Box by Alice Hemming

An entertaining and easy to read story for emerging readers. Arlo and his classmates have a new teacher – Miss Pythia – and she’s a ...
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Plant, Sow, Make & Grow

Plant, Sow, Make & Grow: Mudtastic Activities for Budding Gardeners by Esther Coombs

Guest review by Cath Jones Esther Coombs founded a gardening club at her daughter’s school. She then produced a series of highly illustrated, charming newsletters ...
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Latest Author Interviews

Kirsty Applebaum

Kirsty Applebaum

Kirsty was born in Essex and grew up in Hampshire. She has had a wide variety of jobs including bookselling, ...
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Alice Hemming

Alice Hemming

As a child Alice loved the idea of writing a book and, at the age of seven, completed her first ...
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fleur hitchcock

Fleur Hitchcock

Fleur has worked as a shop assistant, a dinner lady and a curator. She has pulled up more dandelions than ...
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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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