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Kipper embarks on his own giant adventure.
Kipper writes about his week.
The children come face to face with real dinosaurs.
Mum and Floppy get a treat!
Kipper discovers long legs are useful when Dad loses his hat.
What will Mum think of Chip's tricks?
Kipper keeps crashing into things on his trike.
The children find themselves on a jungle adventure in search of the Lost City.
Will the children still be able to do their maypole dance when it rains on May Morning?
Wilf and Wilma find a very talkative parrot and don't know how to stop it chatting.
Kipper is a cheeky monkey.
The family see some very cheeky monkeys at the safari park.
A deliciously playful collection of traditional tales, retold in unusual ways.
The brilliantly portrayed Wolf shares a compelling version of this well-known story.
A quirky, gothic mystery with a cast of eccentric characters, narrated by Edgar - the vain raven.
A gripping adventure, with dangers that feel very real, but that ultimately has faith in humanity.
A beautifully written gothic thriller for braver readers wanting more than clichÃ©d vampires.
Hook children into the mysterious world of Houdini's life with this magical book.
A mystery story unusually revealed in words and black and white visuals, quite a remarkable book.
Innovative dual narration story with a complex and moving mystery at its heart.
A story of courage and resistance, set during World War II.
Sam-I-am is desperate to persuade his friend to try green eggs and ham.
Some good advice for young readers setting out on life's journey…
The unforgettable autobiography of a working horse, and his life of suffering and friendship.
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