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The Disconnect by Keren David

The Disconnect by Keren David

A strong character-driven, cleverly plotted story, that’s dyslexia friendly too. What more could you want? Would you give up your phone for six weeks to ...
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Ollie's Magic Bunny

Ollie’s Magic Bunny by Nicola Killen

A simple but delightful story that will make a perfect bedtime read. Ollie and her toy bunny have been waiting for the rain to stop ...
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Toad Attack by Patrice Lawrence

Toad Attack! by Patrice Lawrence and illustrated by Becka Moor

A deliciously silly story for young middle grade and emerging readers. It’s a perfectly normal Wednesday for Leo until he steps outside and a toad ...
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Winging it

Winging it! by Rod Kelly and Emma Latham

An entertaining and educational picture book with lovely expressive illustrations in strong vibrant colours. Paul the penguin craves excitement. He longs to travel – to ...
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The New Boy

The New Boy by Paula Rawsthorne

A perfectly plotted thriller with a strong first-person voice that provides a thought-provoking insight into issues of privacy and free will. Almost seventeen-year-old Zoe Littlewood ...
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Summer of No Regrets by Kate Mallinder

Summer of No Regrets by Kate Mallinder

Uplifting, heart-wrenching and totally addictive, this is the must-read teen book of 2019. Four friends, one summer. They’ve been making plans all year but these ...
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The Demon Headmaster Mortal Danger

The Demon Headmaster: Mortal Danger by Gillian Cross

Gillian Cross brings a new twist to this hugely successful series. Ms Martin is a Headteacher the reader will genuinely like but why is she ...
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Rayne and Delilah's Midnite Matinee

Rayne and Delilah’s Midnite Matinee by Jeff Zentner

A late night TV show and a convention for horror filmmakers provides an unusual setting for this story of friendship, family and finding yourself. They’re ...
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Latest Author Interviews

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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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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