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Nisha and Axel get caught up in a mission and must use Nisha's weather changing powers.
Ben tracks down Slink and comes face to face with one of the Commissioner's most wanted villains.
A young boy searches for the saddest man in the world and meets unexpected trials along the way.
Six hilarious short stories.
Find out how to grow strawberries and make a delicious dessert with them.
Choose your own adventure through the age of King Arthur and Merlin.
Find out about the tools you need to help you go exploring.
A great anthology of amusing poems.
Discover the history of spices.
Nine comical short stories.
The friends save Nok and escape the pyramid.
The micro-friends find themselves in a sticky situation in Sweetville.
A simple, light-hearted, yet powerful approach to dealing with bereavement.
A rollicking rhyming text which will delight children who enjoy a little toilet humour!
A story of the loving relationship between a young girl and her father after her mother's death.
A magical, emotional story about a boy who does an angel a good turn and gets a reward in return.
Sandy's imagined world becomes darker under new girl Morfie's influence.
An important book that helps children understand what all human beings are entitled to.
Knife, a member of a dying fairy race, is determined to restore the old magic and save her people.
Comfortably based on everyday life, Billy's funny stories are reassuringly upbeat and positive.
Pirates versus Pirate dinosaurs! Flinn saves the day with his skill and courage.
A rhyming story with oodles of gross descriptions to delight young readers.
A definite tear-jerker, exploring the love, loyalty and courage shared by a boy and his dog.
An introduction to the life and paintings of Vincent van Gogh, through the eyes of a young boy.
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