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  • Martha the Seaside Cat and Other Stories

    C.M. Bryden

    If you've ever wondered what goes on in the minds of cats, this is the book for you!   Martha the Seaside Cat and Other Stories is a lovely collection of tales set in a seaside village in Cornwall. Dip into the adventures of Martha, her kitten Polly and the ‘cat next door' Ginger, and discover the great excitement of newborn kittens, encounters with a mouse fami

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  • The Money Spider

    Zofia Chantrey Goddard

    Spider sits there day by day,  spinning golden thread. Then he'll steal more jewels away to place upon his bed.   Spider is a thief, stealing jewels and gold to make himself rich. People are crying out for someone to do something. But will he ever be caught?

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  • Max and Milky Make it to Mars

    Maria Sproulle

    Max, who is tired of getting bullied, wants to visit Mars and the Martians he met on the Moon. Could his great-uncle, Professor Boggle, help him again? Or the Professor's colleague who has "acquired" a spaceship.   However, Dr. Anna is not all she seems. And why is her niece, Milky, acting like a zombie?   Getting up to Mars is difficult what with the

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  • A Tale of Tea

    John Monks

    There's a state of emergency as the wells run dry in the city of Doblob and nobody can have any more tea - including the king!   Plok is sent on a mission to find Baldwr the Wise Wizard, as only he might have the right water spells to help. But this journey would take Plok into the Black Mountains and into the path of all manner of dangers - hobgoblins, dragons and evil wizards! Howeve

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  • The Tales of the Little Five

    Jo Sargent

    A great deal is known about the ‘Big Five' game animals of the African continent. However, the ‘Little Five' creatures are often overlooked.   In this charming collection of moral tales, we meet Evan the Antlion, Nelson th

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  • Donna and Dermot on the Move

    Hilda Kalap

    Donna is always smiling - even when she falls off her bike, even when her older brother pulls her hair, even when the sky is full of grey clouds. Together with her dog, Dermot, by her side, the two explore the countryside around their home, having lots of fun.  

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  • The Adventures of Tattie and Neeps

    Stuart Cranfield and Mark Bollard

    Tattie and Neeps are two identical dogs, with two very different personalities!   Neeps is calm, sensible and obedient. Tattie is inquisitive, adventurous and always finding trouble. Join them in their daily life and follow them on one of the

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  • The Bag

    D.J. Cattrell

    The day had finally come for Sarah to meet her sister Rachel after eight years. Being in a different world, Sarah was determined to be re-united with Rachel back in her original world, with ‘The Bag'. But does that solve all the problems? The witch, ‘The Esmeralda', makes her way into her new world aiming to take hold of ‘The Bag' from Sarah. 

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  • School out of Time

    John Halden

    When twelve-year-old Larry Bowler, living in 1964, listens to a mysterious recording, he finds himself transported from his home to his school - but fifty-four years into the future! How can a boy from 1964 survive in a modern school? In any case, Larry is sure no one will believe that he is from 1964. Then he meets Abigail. She not only believes him, but does her best to help him fit into school

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  • The Most Curious Case of the Runaway Spoon

    Tony Flannagan

    Amelia wakes to find a note behind the little green door.   WE MUST SPEAK NOW!   What could it mean? Amelia had received hundreds of fairy letters over the years - but not recently - and this note hasn't even been signed.   Amelia has been summoned to Fursairyland: a magical place where the childhood worlds of Fairyland and Lan

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  • Huggabugs

    Rachel Bryant

    Meet the Huggabugs from Weedy Wood!  These little creatures can fly! They wear glasses too because they think they look nice! One day the Huggabugs go to see Grandma Huggabug. They take her some eggs for breakfast. Would you like to find out what the Huggabugs do when they get to Grandma's house? Jo

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  • Mr Stewpot

    Maria Sare

    A delightful book, written to encourage children to enjoy their fruit and vegetables. Follow an enchanting little story about Julie and Jim who set to work with Mummy in the kitchen and have great fun with their friends, Mr Stewpot, Bella the Blender, and others. It is hoped that young readers will be inspired to e

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