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Who has stolen the chocolate eggs?
The family have fun whilst fishing for crabs.
The children use their art skills to raise the money needed to fix their school minibus.
The children find a strange bottle. When they open it, an Evil Genie is released.
Will Kipper be the first fair-haired samurai of ancient Japan?
The children form a band. Will they be good enough to perform for the Duke on his birthday?
Which fish will the family choose for their new fish tank?
The children take a magic carpet ride.
The children are delighted when a flying elephant comes to school.
Nadim's interest in flying continues on a magic key adventure in America.
The family face a big gale when they are on a camping trip.
Can Biff and Chip learn to take turns?
Five little pirates go off to sea. Each poem shows different parts of their adventure.
A story about a Victorian master criminal who rises from rags to riches through nefarious means.
This carefully crafted, illustrated story sensitively shares the concept of death.
A perfect introduction to the insects found in native habitats.
Find out how Big Bear helps Little Bear to overcome his fear of the dark all around him.
Humorous story with a moral - you'll get by with a little help from your friends!
Entertaining, repetitive text explores how the baby owls feel while their mother is away.
Joe has a billion reasons to be happy - but does wealth bring happiness?
Full of humour and great boy-appeal – a story that shows grannies can be cool.
Join Zoe in her pursuit for happiness and protection for her pet rat.
The story of a lonely boy who goes to school in a dress and discovers who he is along the way.
Echoing themes of Where The Wild Things Are, it can be read on several levels.
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