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Everyone helps to move house.
Biff and Chip get a surprise when an odd egg hatches.
Follow Lee on his first magic key adventure with Biff and Kipper.
Wilma wants to see some orchids, but there is a thief to catch first.
The children go on a school trip.
Which pet will the family choose?
A picture book illustrator visits the children's school.
The children have fun performing a play.
Botticelli cannot work with his noisy neighbour disturbing him. Can the children help?
Nadim causes colourful trouble with The Rainbow Machine.
Is the rope swing strong enough to hold all the children?
Anneena's long scarf saves the day.
Convincingly written in a contemporary style, Stella's story is both credible and uplifting.
Early friendships and relationships are sensitively explored with great humour and understanding.
This book introduces strong themes in a gentle and relaxed way, great for sparking discussions.
This story broaches the subject of divorce with sensitivity and optimism.
A thought-provoking novel which vividly portrays life and death within a family and at school.
This is a recipe book for science experiments, which will have children desperate to try them out.
A great introduction to how human beings are made and formed.
Based on a true story, a great book set in another country.
A great introduction to concepts in art, which helps children understand how paintings are made.
Eric is an unlikely hero who teaches us that monsters are not always what they seem.
When two apprentice wizards go to live with the Great Chrestomanci things do not run to plan.
The bittersweet friendship between a boy and a dragon.
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