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By Penny Dann
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Penny Dann
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A Pilgrim's Progress

By Geraldine McCaughrean, Jason Cockroft
Authors:
Geraldine McCaughrean
Illustrated by:
Jason Cockroft
'I had a dream last night... large enough to fill the rest of my life.' This retelling of John Bunyan's classic story is filled with drama, excitement and adventure. On his journey of a life-time to the City of Gold, Christian meets an extraordinary cast of characters, such as the terrible Giant Despair and the monster Apollyon. Together with Hopeful, his steadfast companion, he survives the snipers and mantraps, the Great Bog, Vanity Fair, Lucre Hill and Castle Doubting. But will he find the courage to cross the final river to the City of Gold and his salvation?
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  • The Pirates of Pompeii

    By Caroline Lawrence
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    Caroline Lawrence
    It is AD 79 and Mount Vesuvius has erupted, destroying Pompeii. Among the thousands of people huddled in refugee camps along the bay of Naples are Flavia Gemina and her friends, Jonathan the Jewish boy, Nubia the African slave-girl, and Lupus the mute beggar boy. When the friends discover that children are being kidnapped from the camps, they start to investigate and soon solve the mystery of the pirates of Pompeii. A terrifically exciting and dramatic story packed with superb historical detail.
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  • Ploo and The Terrible Gnobbler

    By Mick Inkpen
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    Mick Inkpen
    Something has happened on Blue Nose Island which has never happened before! The sun hasn't come up and the moon has become stuck at the top of Blue Nose Volcano. Someone is going to have to do something... Will Ploo save the sun, or fall into Blue Nose Volcano where the terrible gnobbler lives?
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    The Poetry Store

    A one-stop collection of poems on a wide variety of themes to appeal to children aged 8-12 and a staple resource of topic-based poems for KS2 teachers. By the compiler of the best-selling THE WORKS (100,000 + copies since publication in August 2000), this book complements THE WORKS and THE WORKS 2 which are organised by form and curriculum subject respectively. But it also has direct appeal to children and families too by virtue of being subject focussed.Contains approximately 40 headings of 8-10 poems each making about 350 poems grouped in categories such as:School, home, brothers and sisters, parents, teachers, friends, hobbies, football, feeling happy, feeling sad, animals, nature, space, love, feeling angry, feeling afraid, our bodies, senses, festivals, seasons, food, weather, holidays, pets, sport, computers, television, toys, transport, magic ...In addition to the usual indexes of first lines and authors, an index of forms will enable teachers to locate haikus, sonnets, kennings, riddles, acrostics etc for Literacy Hour purposes.
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  • Polly The Party Fun Fairy

    By Daisy Meadows, Georgie Ripper
    Authors:
    Daisy Meadows
    Illustrated by:
    Georgie Ripper
    It's Queen Titania's and King Oberon's 1000th jubilee, and the seven Party Fairies are in charge of making the celebratory party extra-special! However, naughty Jack Frost has decided to sabotage the celebrations by hosting his own party, and in order to make his bigger and better than the kings and queen's he has sent his naughty goblins to steal each of the seven Party Fairies' magical party bags... if he succeeds the Fairyland celebrations will be ruined! Can Kirsty and Rachel help Polly the Party Fun Fairy to rescue her party bag so that the celebrations will be full of magical fun and games...?
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    Princess Lola's Wobbly Week

    By Miranda Maxwell-Hyslop
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    Miranda Maxwell-Hyslop
    Princess Lola is having a wobbly week. She is fed up with having to wear a dress so she decides not to be a princess and be someone else instead. But being somebody else is no fun when your friends don't recognise you... Can Lola find a way to be herself?
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    Playtime Rhymes

    By Sally Gardner
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    Sally Gardner
    The perfect collection of rhymes for children to sing, count, hop, skip, jump and dance to. Chosen with the help of infant school teachers, the 37 rhymes include all-time favourites such as 'The Wheels on the Bus', 'Old MacDonald had a Farm', 'If You're Happy and You Know It' and 'Ten Fat Sausages'. It is just right for any family with young children, or for use by playgroups and reception classes.With its big square format and lively, imaginative pictures full of funny scenes and characters, PLAYTIME RHYMES, one of the first books by the immensely popular Sally Gardner, has already shown its enduring appeal.
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  • Princess Rosebud: Princess Rosebud

    By Dawn Apperley
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    Dawn Apperley
    A pink and girlie novelty book - featuring Princess Rosebud. Loads of lift-the-flap surprises and a Princess gift at the end. Princess Rosebud will tell all little girls everywhere how they too can become a perfect princess - in 10 easy steps - ranging from loving playing with your friends and pink being the best colour in the world, to making sure they look after their unicorn properly. A delightful guide for all aspiring princesses everywhere.
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  • Princess Daisy And The Dazzling Dragon

    By Vivian French, Sarah Gibb
    Authors:
    Vivian French
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Gibb
    Where do Princesses go to school? The Princess Academy! There they learn all they need to know about becoming a proper Princess. With dramas and tiaras, this series is full of things for young readers to identify with and enjoy. Each story revolves around the six members of the Tiara Club, Princesses Emily, Katie, Daisy, Charlotte, Sophia and Alice, and follows their adventures as they pass through each level of schooling, from Grade 1 (How to behave at a Grand Ball) to Grade 6 (How to deal with a Wicked Fairy).
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  • Princess Charlotte and the Birthday Ball

    By Vivian French, Sarah Gibb
    Authors:
    Vivian French
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Gibb
    Where do Princesses go to school? The Princess Academy! There they learn all they need to know about becoming a proper Princess. With dramas and tiaras, this series is full of things for young readers to identify with and enjoy. Each story revolves around the six members of the Tiara Club, Princesses Emily, Katie, Daisy, Charlotte, Sophia and Alice, and follows their adventures as they pass through each level of schooling, from Grade 1 (How to behave at a Grand Ball) to Grade 6 (How to deal with a Wicked Fairy).
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  • Princess Sophia and the Sparkling Surprise

    By Vivian French, Sarah Gibb
    Authors:
    Vivian French
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Gibb
    Where do Princesses go to school? The Princess Academy! There they learn all they need to know about becoming a proper Princess. With dramas and tiaras, this series is full of things for young readers to identify with and enjoy. Each story revolves around the six members of the Tiara Club, Princesses Emily, Katie, Daisy, Charlotte, Sophia and Alice, and follows their adventures as they pass through each level of schooling, from Grade 1 (How to behave at a Grand Ball) to Grade 6 (How to deal with a Wicked Fairy).
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  • Princess Alice And The Magical Mirror

    By Vivian French, Sarah Gibb
    Authors:
    Vivian French
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Gibb
    Where do Princesses go to school? The Princess Academy! There they learn all they need to know about becoming a proper Princess. With dramas and tiaras, this series is full of things for young readers to identify with and enjoy. Each story revolves around the six members of the Tiara Club, Princesses Emily, Katie, Daisy, Charlotte, Sophia and Alice, and follows their adventures as they pass through each level of schooling, from Grade 1 (How to behave at a Grand Ball) to Grade 6 (How to deal with a Wicked Fairy).
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  • Princess Katie and the Silver Pony

    By Vivian French, Sarah Gibb
    Authors:
    Vivian French
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Gibb
    Where do Princesses go to school? The Princess Academy! There they learn all they need to know about becoming a proper Princess. With dramas and tiaras, this series is full of things for young readers to identify with and enjoy. Each story revolves around the six members of the Tiara Club, Princesses Emily, Katie, Daisy, Charlotte, Sophia and Alice, and follows their adventures as they pass through each level of schooling, from Grade 1 (How to behave at a Grand Ball) to Grade 6 (How to deal with a Wicked Fairy).
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  • Princess Emily And The Beautiful Fairy

    By Vivian French, Sarah Gibb
    Authors:
    Vivian French
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Gibb
    Where do Princesses go to school? The Princess Academy! There they learn all they need to know about becoming a proper Princess. With dramas and tiaras, this series is full of things for young readers to identify with and enjoy. Each story revolves around the six members of the Tiara Club, Princesses Emily, Katie, Daisy, Charlotte, Sophia and Alice, and follows their adventures as they pass through each level of schooling, from Grade 1 (How to behave at a Grand Ball) to Grade 6 (How to deal with a Wicked Fairy).
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  • Party Pickle

    By Emma Thomson
    Authors:
    Emma Thomson
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  • Permanent Rose

    By Hilary Mckay
    Authors:
    Hilary Mckay
    Meet Saffy, Indigo, Rose and Caddy Casson. This colourful and hilarious series will make you wish you were part of the family!It's a long hot, never-ending summer, with no letters for Rose.Tom went back to America, and Rose hasn't heard from him since. No phone calls, no messages, nothing at all. New friend David, however hard he may be trying, is no replacement. And home doesn't offer relief either: Dad's left Mum for a young model, Caddy is questioning her imminent wedding and Saffy is trying to find her real father.Rose is determined to find Tom in New York. But what else will she find on the way?'So good it almost hurts . . . charming, affectionate and perfectly written' IndependentThe first book in the series, Saffy's Angel, won the Whitbread Children's Book Award, and Permanent Rose was shortlisted for the same award, celebrating McKay's talent for conveying the anarchic bedlam of family life.
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  • Pink Paradise

    By Emma Thomson
    Authors:
    Emma Thomson
    It is the opening day of the Land of Pink theme park and Felicity is first in the queue in these three short stories, perfect for young readers.Story 1 - Felicity is feeling out of sorts, but she can't put my wand on why until she realises that something very special to her is missing.Story 2 - The Land of Pink theme Park is a dream come true for Felicity. Everything is pink! The flowers, the path, the staff uniforms, even the sky! Story 3 - Bertie Dishes, Felicity's blue bird is not feeling well. Although Felicity tries her best to make him feel better, she ends up making him feel worse!
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  • Penny The Pony Fairy

    By Daisy Meadows, Georgie Ripper
    Authors:
    Daisy Meadows
    Illustrated by:
    Georgie Ripper
    Fairyland in uproar! Jack Frost has stolen the Pet Fairies magical pets. Without them, the Pet Fairies can't ensure that pets in the human world find the right owners. So it's vital that the Pet Fairies get their magic pets back. The pets have escaped from Jack Frost's ice castle and are roaming the human world. Rachel and Kirsty have to help Katie the Kitten Fairy, Harriet the Hamster Fairy, Georgia the Guinea Pig Fairy, Lauren the Puppy Fairy, Emma the Bunny Fairy, Penny the Pony Fairy and Molly the Goldfish Fairy - to get the pets back...before it's too late.
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  • Perseus and The Monstrous Medusa

    By Saviour Pirotta, Jan Lewis
    Authors:
    Saviour Pirotta
    Illustrated by:
    Jan Lewis
    Perseus is determined to save his mother from their tyrant king, but to do so he must face the monstrous Medusa, even though one look upon her face can turn a man to stone! Join a cast of larger-than-life characters in a series of extraordinary adventures.
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