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  • Gymnastics Glory

    By Rosie Banks
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    Rosie Banks
    Best friends Charlotte and Mia are training to become Secret Princesses, magical princesses with the power to make wishes come true!Layla would love to be on a gymnastics team, but horrid Princess Poison has taken her lucky charm! Can the girls show her you don't need luck when you have friendship? Have you read all four books in series four: The Sapphire Collection? Fashion Fun Brilliant Bake-off Gymnastics Glory Picture Perfect
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  • Gymnastics

    By Paul Mason
    Authors:
    Paul Mason
    Looking to take up a new sport? Or just thinking about ways to keep fit and healthy? This book is a great introduction to all the important gymnastics skills you'll need. Full of skills tips and photos showing key techniques, you'll discover everything - from training to competing - while also finding out something about gymnastics stars of the past and present.Perfect for readers aged 9 and up.The series Sports Skills covers rules, equipment, famous competitors and major competitions through specially commissioned, step-by-step photography that clearly shows skills and techniques needed for a sport.
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  • Gymnastics

    By James Nixon
    Authors:
    James Nixon
    First Sport is a simple, fun series that gives young readers a first look at popular sports and pastimes. Equipment, basic rules and keeping safe are all looked at, as well as learning more advanced skills and taking part in competitions.First Sport: Gymnastics describes what it takes to be a top gymnast. Find out all about basic and more advanced moves and learn about the apparatus, including the beam and high bar.
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  • Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot

    By Izzi Howell
    Authors:
    Izzi Howell
    Find out why we remember the famous Gunpowder Plot of 1605, where Guy Fawkes and his fellow conspirators tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament - with the king inside!This simple, friendly children's first history series, aimed at readers aged 5 and up, takes a close look at some key events and personalities through history and reveals how and why they are still important to us today. A perfect support to learning about history at Key Stage 1, each book uses a rich variety of historical sources, from diaries to paintings, to bring events to life, while simple historical vocabulary is introduced and explained. Each book also features a simple timeline and explores how we find about the past. All text has been carefully checked by a historian.
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  • Guy Fawkes

    By Stephen White-Thomson
    Authors:
    Stephen White-Thomson
    A fun and interactive Key Stage 1 beginners look at Guy Fawkes, and the Gunpowder Plot.This book tells the story of Guy Fawkes and his part in the Gunpowder Plot. Find out about Guy Fawke's early life, how and why he joined the plot to kill James I and what happened afterwards.The book contains fun activities for history classroom projects when studying this Key Stage 1 topic, including how to make your own Guy Fawkes hat.
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  • Guy Fawkes

    By Sarah Ridley
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    Sarah Ridley
    An engaging first-look at some of the most important and influential people in history. Guy Fawkes is famous for plotting to blow up Parliament and the King, but also for getting caught! Fascinating background details leading up to the plot show just how close they were to succeeding.
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  • Gut-wrenching Gravity and Other Fatal Forces

    By Anna Claybourne
    Authors:
    Anna Claybourne
    Disgusting and Dreadful Science features a look at the weird, revolting and shocking aspects of science for children at KS2. From electricity to sound and from light to forces, the books offer Wow! fascinating facts, fun examples and true-life stories to provide ways in to understanding solid scientific principles. Gravity and Other Fatal Forces offers a look at floating, flying, falling, jumping and much more.
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    Gus and Me

    By Keith Richards, Theodora Richards
    Authors:
    Keith Richards
    Illustrated by:
    Theodora Richards
    Keith's grandfather, Theodore Augustus Dupree lived near Seven Sisters Road, in a house filled with instruments and cakes. A nostalgic look back at happy childhood days as the Rolling Stone star remembers his grandfather - a former big band player who encouraged his grandson to take up the guitar, in this charming picture book whimsically illustrated by Keith Richards' daughter.
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  • Gunsmoke

    By Jenny Oldfield
    Authors:
    Jenny Oldfield
    It's Kids' Week at the ranch. Kirstie befriends Lacey, a loner with a natural talent for riding. Besotted with her horse, a blue roan gelding called Gunsmoke, Lacey breaks ranch rules and rides off trail alone. When she fails to return, Kirstie worries that Lacey has had an accident or has run away - unaware a heavy storm is brewing...
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  • The Gunpowder Plot

    By Liz Gogerly
    Authors:
    Liz Gogerly
    A bright, colourful book which assumes no previous knowledge, for children of 5-7 years.The book combines historical artwork with short, easy-to-read text suitable for less experienced readers. With a clean, fresh design, clear captions and index, the book is incredibly user-friendly. Young readers will find out all about Guy Fawkes and his fellow plotters and the events leading up to the intended night of the plot.
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  • The Gunpowder Plot

    By Gillian Clements
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    Gillian Clements
    Guy Fawkes was about to blow up the Houses of Parliament when the Gunpowder Plot was discovered in 1606. Find out who else was involved and how a terrible tragedy was narrowly avoided! There are some moments in history that are so dramatic or important that people remember them forever. In words and pictures, Gillian Clements tells the stories of these Great Events. These books are perfect for the emerging independent reader at upper Key Stage 1. Simple narrative text and lively, informative line illustrations. Designed to encourage a sense of history, not just give the facts.
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  • The Gunpowder Plot

    By Gillian Clements
    Authors:
    Gillian Clements
    On 5th November 1605, a man called Guy Fawkes and his friends tried to blow up the House of Lords in London with gunpowder. They wanted to kill King James I. Find out all about the Gunpowder Plot with this story that is packed with all the facts and colourful pictures.This book is part of a series of picture books, Famous People, Great Events, which are suitable for ages 6-12. They tell the stories of famous men and women and great events in history and are suitable for the primary history curriculum. Written by successful authors, they are enjoyable reads which are packed with facts and colourful illustrations.
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    Gunpowder Plot

    By Tony Bradman, Tom Bradman
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    Tony Bradman, Tom Bradman
    A great tool for children to use to stage their own play! Set in London in 1605, it has parts for a group of children and extras with notes on staging, costumes and props. It is great for reading for fun or performing as a group. When Cecil the spymaster and his assistant, Jack, learn of a new plot to kill the king, they are determined to catch the plotters in the act. The trouble is, where do they begin their search?
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  • Gulliver in Lilliput

    By Tony Bradman
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    Tony Bradman
    Gulliver loves to travel. But when he is swept overboard from a ship, and finds himself tied up in a land populated by tiny people, he realises some adventures aren't quite as much fun as they should be. Can Gulliver escape the clutches of the tiny Lilliputians?
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  • Gulak the Gulper Eel

    By Adam Blade
    Authors:
    Adam Blade
    Max and Lia face a mighty combined enemy, as Siborg's latest Robobeast joins forces with his slave army! Can our heroes defeat this force of evil and rescue the people of Aquora? The final thrilling adventure in Sea Quest Series 6: Master of Aquora. Don't miss Fliktor the Deadly Conqueror, Tengal the Savage Shark and Kull the Cave Crawler!
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    Guitar Girl

    By Sarra Manning
    Authors:
    Sarra Manning
    Seventeen-year-old Molly's band was always just about being a girl - singing Hello Kitty Speedboat and pretending to play instruments with her best mates Jane and Tara. But then the arrogant Dean and his sidekickT hijack the band and suddenly the fluffy girl band becomes The Hormones - a real band with a record deal - and they're heading for the big time. Molly slips further and further away from her old life and straight into a tangled love-hate relationship with Dean. Then there are the constant parties, the drugs and the phonies who pretend to like you when they don't...Molly is living her dream, and she's never felt lonelier in her life. But has she got the strength to walk away from the band, and start again?
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  • Guinea-pig in the Garage

    By Lucy Daniels
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    Lucy Daniels
    Animal Ark is the veterinary surgery run by Mandy Hope's parents. If there are animals to be protected or looked after, Mandy is always there to help.When Mandy asks Rachel to look after a neighbour's guinea pig while he's away, she's thrilled. If she looks after it well, her parents might let her have one of her own. So Rachel is devastated when she loses one of the guinea pig's babies. Can Mandy and James help her find the missing animal before her parents find out?GUINEA-PIG IN THE GARAGE is one of the best-loved ANIMAL ARK stories.(P) Hodder Children's Books 1997
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  • Guinea Pigs Online

    By Amanda Swift, Jennifer Gray, Sarah Horne
    Authors:
    Amanda Swift, Jennifer Gray
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Horne
    Fuzzy and Coco are guinea pigs who live with their kindly owners, Ben and Henrietta Bliss. Coco likes to spend her days pampering herself and listening to harp concertos. Fuzzy is much more down to earth - he is a passionate cook who wants nothing more than to learn to make delicious meals for Ben and Henrietta. So when Fuzzy spots an ad run by glamorous local chef Scarlet Cleaver stating 'Guinea Pigs Wanted', he is enormously excited - what a chance to learn some cooking skills! Coco warns him that the ad is not what he thinks, but he won't listen; when she's not looking, he sneaks off to find the restaurant. And so Coco has to get online to try track Fuzzy down. But when Micespace reveals that guinea pigs from all over town have been taken away in a van by Scarlet Cleaver herself, Coco must set off on a rescue mission to prevent Fuzzy from ending up as main course on The Meat Cleaver's menu! A captivatingly funny story that will delight readers age 5+.
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  • Guinea Pigs Online 2 (Unabridged

    By Amanda Swift, Jennifer Gray, Oliver Hembrough
    Authors:
    Amanda Swift, Jennifer Gray
    Read by:
    Oliver Hembrough
    Furry Towers promises the best food and fabulous facilities for guinea pigs - Fuzzy and Coco are so excited! But when they arrive, the friends find themselves in a smelly old hutch with only mouldy lettuce to eat. Coco is not impressed! And it soon becomes clear that something terribly sinister is going on at Furry Towers - can the friends save the day again?(P)2013 WF Howes Ltd
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