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Shut the Duck Up

By Mandy Foot
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Mandy Foot
In SHUT THE DUCK UP, Indie dreams of being able to fly - but as an Indian Runner Duck, he can't. Up late to practise his flying technique, he spots a fox and raises the alarm. No one believes him at first, but eventually Indie sets a trap that catches the fox - and makes himself a hero. Bestselling illustrator Mandy Foot's colourful, kid-friendly illustrations bring to life the farmyard chaos.
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Something's Amiss at the Zoo

By Jen Breach, Douglas Holgate
Authors:
Jen Breach
Illustrated by:
Douglas Holgate
Two zookeepers just can't figure out what's wrong at the zoo. The spider monkey won't spin a web, and he seems scared of the other spiders. The tiger shark doesn't seem comfortable in the jungle enclosure, and the elephant beetle is in danger of being crushed by the other elephants. Only one person can help: the kid! He soon sets the zookeepers straight, but one mystery remains: how did these two ever manage to pass zookeeper school?A series of hilarious of mix-ups and misunderstandings, from acclaimed comics collaborators creating their first picture book together.
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  • Seaside Stories (Graphic Novel)

    By Olivia London
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    Olivia London
    The fourth in a fantastic graphic novel series of new stories and every day adventures with the LEGO ® Friends. In Heartlake City, five friends are determined to have fun in everything they do - whether they're riding horses, babysitting, snowboarding, helping animals, or flying up to the sky in a hot-air balloon! Join Mia, Olivia, Andrea, Stephanie, and Emma as they discover the powers of friendship and making the world a better place. Features exclusive content that will help readers to create their own adventures and special friendship moments. ©2015 The LEGO Group
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    A Soldier, A Dog and A Boy

    By Libby Hathorn, Phil Lesnie
    Authors:
    Libby Hathorn
    Illustrated by:
    Phil Lesnie
    Selected as a CBCA (Children's Book Council of Australia) Notable Picture Book of the Year 2017From award-winning Australian author Libby Hathorn and acclaimed illustrator Phil Lesnie, an exquisitely illustrated and deeply moving story of the Somme.A moving story, told completely in dialogue, about a young Australian soldier in the battle of the Somme. Walking through the fields away from the front, he finds what he thinks is a stray dog, and decides to adopt it as a mascot for his company. Then he meets Jacques, the homeless orphan boy who owns the dog. The soldier realises that Jacques needs the dog more - and perhaps needs his help as well.With stunning illustrations from Phil Lesnie, this is a deeply moving celebration of friendship in times of war.A Soldier, A Dog And A Boy was inspired by Libby Hathorn's months of research on her uncle, who survived Gallipoli but went on to fight at the Battle of the Somme and was killed there in 1917 at just twenty years old.
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  • The Sea Fairies of Whirlpool Gully

    By Erica-Jane Waters
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    Erica-Jane Waters
    Together, Marina, Aqua and Oceana are the Petticoat Pirates!Living aboard their ship in the Periwinkle Lagoon, they are surrounded by the magical high seas which hold all sorts of adventures.When the other pirates of the Lagoon are struck by a mysterious curse, the girls must travel in search of sea fairies to find a cure. But to get there they'll have to face one of their greatest fears and steer their ship straight into a whirlpool!Can they be brave enough to save their friends?
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