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Noah's Ark

By Jane Ray
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Jane Ray
Jane Ray's highly-acclaimed, bestselling edition of Noah's Ark has been cherished by many readers, for many years, and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award in 1991. The text is taken from selected verses of Genesis, from the King James Bible. Now, with an gorgeous new-look cover, this book will retell one of the most-loved Bible stories and enchant thousands more readers for years to come.
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The Night Walker

By Patricia Elliott
Authors:
Patricia Elliott
Footsteps in the dusk. Pale hounds howling through the night. Hollow-eyed children pleading for his help.And, most sinister of all, the return of an old friend, grown more powerful than ever.Daniel's life is falling apart; then Cora, his beautiful step-sister, disappears. He'll give anything to get her back ... but will he have the courage to face his own demons?
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  • The Night Bus

    By Anthony Horowitz
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    Anthony Horowitz
    Three terrifying short stories by Anthony Horowitz, a master storyteller and the bestselling author of the Alex Rider series. It's Hallowe'en, but the living dead on the Night Bus aren't trick or treaters. And when Nick and Jeremy get on board, it looks like the bus is not going to be taking them home...When his dad picks up a hitchhiker, Jacob find himself in a life or death situation. Could the hitcher be on the run from the nearby Maximum Security Unit? For sure, someone in the car has a deadly secret...Who is the man with the damaged yellow face in the middle photo in Peter's strip of passport photos - because it can't be him, can it? Is is a ghost, or something more sinister?
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    No Way to Go

    By Bernard Ashley
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    Bernard Ashley
    Amber is shocked when her brother falls to his death from a tower block. She's convinced it wasn't an accident, and so begins her journey to discover the truth and bring some kind of justice for Connor. With twists, turns and a fabulous multi-layered plot, Bernard Ashley has created a thrilling and engrossing tale. Set in south east London, this is a incredibly gritty and absorbing novel.
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  • Nightfall

    By L.J. Smith
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    L.J. Smith
    A phenomenally popular vampire romance sequence - now showing on ITV2 - from the best selling author of Night World, L. J. Smith.Elena Gilbert is alive - again!When Elena sacrificed herself to save the two vampire brothers who love her she was consigned to a fate beyond death. Until a powerful supernatural force pulled her back.Now Elena is not just human. She has powers. What's more, her blood pulses with a unique force that makes her irresistible to any vampire.Both brothers still want Elena to be theirs, but something bigger and more powerful than all of them may want her more...
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    Night World: Black Dawn

    By L.J. Smith
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    L.J. Smith
    Love was never so scary... The Night World is all around us. It's beautiful - and deadly - and it's so easy to fall in love...Maggie Neely's biggest worry is leading her soccer team to victory - until her brother, Miles, goes missing. Maggie must find him. Her search leads Maggie to the vampire, Delos, to whom she is strangely attracted. But while Delos lives, Miles could be lost forever. Can Maggie bring herself to destroy him? Or will Delos get to Maggie first?
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    Night World: Soulmate

    By L.J. Smith
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    L.J. Smith
    Love was never so scary... The Night World is all around us. It's beautiful - and deadly - and it's so easy to fall in love...Something is haunting Hannah. Memories of a passion that has spanned the centuries. But who - or what - is it that Hannah loves? This soulmate - a vampire, lord of the Night World - is pursuing her - as he has done throughout her many lives. And so is Hannah's ancient enemy...
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  • A New Baby Arrives

    By Nicola Barber
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    Nicola Barber
    This photographic book tells the story of the arrival of a new baby into the family, and explores the confusing and often worrying feelings that a child might experience when a younger brother or sister comes along. It provides an ideal starting point for young children and adults to discuss first experiences.'The Big Day' series is aimed at helping young children to understand and cope with change. Using simple sentences, the books offer guidance through first experiences such as moving house, starting school and going to hospital.
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  • The Nonsuch King

    By Benjamin J. Myers
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    Benjamin J. Myers
    Splinter Tuesday is hungry for power, and he has a daring plan to get it - if he can stay alive!His brother, Box, is fighting for his life on a distant planet.His sister, Chess, is learning to walk between the worlds. Only then will she be ready to take on the evil Twisted Symmetry - and win.But the Twisted Symmetry has plans of its own. Time is running out. Splinter, Box and Chess have never been in more danger.
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  • Nouns and Pronouns

    By Ann Riggs
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    Ann Riggs
    Everyone knows that books on grammar are among the most boring on the planet, right? Read Understanding Grammar and find out how wrong you can be! Written in an easy-to-understand style and packed with plenty of imaginative and exciting examples, these six books clarify rules, offer practical help to the struggling young wordsmith and generally lead an enjoyable way through the tangled thicket that is - or is that which is? - English grammar.
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  • Not Just the Blues

    By Claire O'Brien
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    Claire O'Brien
    One day, I, Cordelia Codd, will be glamorous. I will take taxis everywhere, have an absurd-looking little dog, and Wednesdays will be manicure day.But for now, I'm stuck with:a totally un-glamorous school bus chauffeur,two mean EX-best friends,a 50% reduction in parents,and cat litter Fridays.Did I tell you how utterly ridiculous my life is...?
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  • Noah's Ark

    By Georgie Adams, Anna Cynthia Leplar
    Authors:
    Georgie Adams
    Illustrated by:
    Anna Cynthia Leplar
    Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey. Georgie Adams' retelling of the story of Noah and the flood is written with delightful simplicity, and illustrated with charming soft watercolours in this full colour book, perfect for Early Readers.
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  • The Night is for Hunting

    By John Marsden
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    John Marsden
    A year of war. A year of terror. And a year of loss. Twelve months have passed since the invasion. Ellie has lost friends, she has taken many lives and she is still as disgusted by violence as she is determined to stand up to the invaders. Now the friends find themselves back in their sanctuary of Hell, caring for a band of feral children whose lives have been destroyed by the war. Meanwhile, the conflict intensifies and the enemy draws closer...
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  • Near Water

    By Honor Head
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    Honor Head
    The 'Popcorn' series aims to develop children's knowledge and understanding of the world by covering a wide range of topics in a fun, colourful and interactive way. Near Water raises children's awareness of how to stay safe when playing in or by water. It also includes a safety quiz at the end of the book.
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    Night Witches

    By L J Adlington
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    L J Adlington
    TWO NATIONS AT WAR. ONE GIRL CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE.Rain Aranoza is a teenage bomber-pilot from Rodina, a nation of science and fact ruled by the all knowing Aura, where the belief in witches or any type of superstition is outlawed. Rain's regiment is made up of only teenage girls and their role is vital to the war effort against the Crux, a nation of faith and belief, where nature and God are celebrated and worshipped. But Rain is struggling with another battle. She's always had a sense that her nature is different from everyone else's, and that a dormant power threatens to burst out of her. When she encounters a young Scrutiner she falls in love with him, but is torn between what she has been taught is right, and what feels right. As her understanding of her latent power grows, the enemy threatens both her friends and her love. She can no longer ignore the power but she must choose how she uses it ... But what will she lose in the process?
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  • Noah's SO Noisy

    By Judith Heneghan, Jack Hughes
    Authors:
    Judith Heneghan
    Illustrated by:
    Jack Hughes
    Noah is a noisy dragon. He roars, he shouts and he loves to stamp about. When his friends are listening to a story, Noah keeps interrupting. But if he can't keep quiet, how will he discover what happens at the end?Read about good manners and behaviour in these delightful stories.
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  • The Naturals

    By Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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    Jennifer Lynn Barnes
    Cassie Hobbes is not like most teenagers. Most teenagers don't lose their mother in a bloody, unsolved murder. Most teenagers can't tell who you are, where you're from and how you're likely to behave within moments of meeting you. And most teenagers don't get chosen to join The Naturals. Identified by the FBI as uniquely gifted, Cassie is recruited to an elite school where a small number of teens are trained to hone their exceptional abilites. For Cassie, trying to make friends with the girls, and to figure out the two very different, very hot boys, is challenging enough. But when a new serial killer strikes and Cassie is drawn into a lethal game of cat and mouse, she realises just how dangerous life in The Naturals could be.
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  • North and South Korea

    By Cath Senker
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    Cath Senker
    The background, history and key events of conflicts are presented. Different opinions, including views found in the media, are explored alongside factual accounts of events. Readers are encouraged to think about their own views and discuss controversial topics.
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  • No Hitting, Henry

    By Lisa Regan
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    Lisa Regan
    Doing the right thing isn't always easy! Like all children, Henry sometimes gets angry when things don't go his way, and sometimes he hits, too! For example, if he's feeling left out of a game, or if he's bored at the shops with his dad. But how can he stay calm?This book explores different scenarios that would make a child want to hit or pinch and then give three possible ways of dealing with this, one of which is right and the other two are wrong. Can you decide which is the right thing to do?
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  • Not Fair, Won't Share - A book about sharing

    By Sue Graves, Desideria Guicciardini
    Authors:
    Sue Graves
    Illustrated by:
    Desideria Guicciardini
    Miss Clover has made a space station. Posy, Ben and Alfie must take turns to play with it. But Posy doesn't want to share, and everyone gets cross. Can the children learn to enjoy it together?This series introduces young children to different aspects of our emotions and behaviour. A fictional story is backed up by suggestions for activities and ideas to talk about, while a wordless storyboard encourages children to tell another story related to the subject, encouraging speaking and listening skills.Supports the Personal, Social and Emotional Development Area of Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
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