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Say Sorry Sidney

By Caryl Hart, Sarah Horne
Authors:
Caryl Hart
Illustrated by:
Sarah Horne
A lighthearted, silly rhyming tale of a rhino whose manners are just not what they should be!When Rhino escapes from the zoo to a farm he leaves a trail of havoc and devastation behind. And when the poor farm animals end up taking the blame for missing food, clothes and toys, they decide Sidney needs to learn a thing or two about manners!Caryl Hart is the bestselling author of How to Grow a Dinosaur, How to Catch a Dragon and How to Save a Superhero, among others.'Should earn its place in the classroom, library shelves or at home.' School Librarian
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  • The Scallywags Blow Their Top!

    By David Melling
    Authors:
    David Melling
    The Scallywags are a band of unruly wolves who find it hard to behave properly. But after they storm out of the Forest Show, they meet their match in the shape of a little sheep. It's not long before they are begging to be accepted again by the other animals. A brilliant follow-up to The Scallywags that shows, in the funniest possible way, that it doesn't pay to lose your temper.From the bestselling creator of the Hugless Douglas series, which has sold over 1.4 million copies in 26 languages.'A useful story to show children that it's no fun being at the receiving end of a bad temper.' - Junior
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  • The Scallywags

    By David Melling
    Authors:
    David Melling
    The Scallywags are a bunch of messy, noisy wolves who find it rather hard to behave properly. But as they soon discover, if it means losing your friends, then just maybe it's time to practise those manners...By the bestselling creator of the Hugless Douglas series, which has sold over 1.4 million copies in 26 languages. Find out more about David Melling at http://www.davidmelling.co.uk/Check out the sequel - The Scallywags Blow Their Top - in which the rambunctious wolves learn to control their tempers.'David Melling's touch is light but this is a thought-provoking and refreshing storyline.' - Guardian
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  • Scam on the Cam

    By Clementine Beauvais, Sarah Horne
    Authors:
    Clementine Beauvais
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Horne
    Sesame Seade is suspicious. There's something fishy going on by the river: a case for a number one supersleuth!Sesame's parents insist that there are no pirates in Cambridge, but she's determined to prove them wrong ...Illustrated throughout with hilarious artwork by Sarah Horne, this series features a smart and sassy heroine with a unique take on life. Also in the series: SLEUTH ON SKATES and GARGOYLES GONE AWOL.
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  • Scandals

    By Moira Butterfield
    Authors:
    Moira Butterfield
    Each title of The Olympics examines the the Olympic Games from ancient times, then the revival of the 1890s through to today's multi-million pound business. From the history of the games to which events are included and why, and from scandals to record breakers, The Olympics puts the reader at the centre of the action with fact-packed text, dramatic full-colour photos, facts and statistics.
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  • Scared

    By Anthony Horowitz
    Authors:
    Anthony Horowitz
    Three sinister and creepy tales by Anthony Horowitz, a master storyteller and the bestselling author of the Alex Rider series. Gary hates the countryside - why did his mum have to bring him here to stay with his gran? It's boring and prickly and field after field, it all looks the same - especially when you're lost...Kevin loves computer games, but this latest game (Smash Crash Slash 500 Plus) breaks all the rules, and now Kevin is part of the game...Howard is in Heaven, strange after a life spent bullying, stealing and playing truant - so why is he so unhappy?
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  • Scared

    By Anthony Horowitz, Dan Boultwood
    Authors:
    Anthony Horowitz
    Illustrated by:
    Dan Boultwood
    Gary hates going to the countryside, he would rather be dead. So when his mum drags him off to his Gran's crummy cottage, he thinks he's in hell. But Gary's messing about with more than he knows when he goes off on his own. The countryside starts to fight back.Full colour, graphic novel adaptions of some of the most hauntingly entertaining Horowitz short stories.
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  • Scared to Death

    By Alan Gibbons
    Authors:
    Alan Gibbons
    Late one night after a strange tube journey to Whitechapel in East London, Paul makes a new friend, John Redman - daring and enigmatic, just as Paul longs to be, away from his cloying mother (his only family - so he thinks). Redman charms Paul at once, but also a girl called Jude they meet on a night about town. A few days later, Paul learns that Jude has mysteriously died, and Redman has disappeared. Shortly after that, one of Paul's teacher dies suddenly - frightened to death - near where Jude's body was found. A link for sure. And Paul feels implicated, because both victims were known to him. He senses Redman, who comes and goes as it suits him, is involved as well. His new friend is dangerous. But so, we learn, is Paul. In uncovering the truth about Redman he learns shocking facts about himself. There's an evil curse loose in his family and Paul is the latest inheritor. The spree of death - camouflagued as copycat Jack the Ripper-style murders - will continue until Paul confronts the demon in himself head on.
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  • Scaredy Cat, Scaredy Cat

    By Phil Earle
    Authors:
    Phil Earle
    From the author of DEMOLITION DAD, the CBBC Book of the Month June 2017, comes the fourth and final hilarious Storey Street by Phil Earle, illustrated by Waterstones Children's Book Prize-shortlisted artist, Sara Ogilvie. Perfect for fans of Roald Dahl, Liz Pichon and David Walliams.Kay Catt has a nickname - Scaredy Catt. And with good reason. You've never met a more timid, anxious girl in your life. And when you meet her dad, you'll start to understand why. But when a mysterious old man is spotted on Storey Street, it heralds the start of a great adventure for Kay. Because Wilf Wilkinson isn't your average, cardigan-wearing, sherbet lemon-sucking old codger. Oh no. Wilf wears a cloak, and a strange pointy hat, and his walking stick looks suspiciously like an over-sized wand.Wilf couldn't be a wizard ... could he?
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  • Scarlett the Garnet Fairy

    By Daisy Meadows, Georgie Ripper
    Authors:
    Daisy Meadows
    Illustrated by:
    Georgie Ripper
    Disaster has struck Fairyland! Jack Frost has stolen all the jewels from Queen Titania's crown. Without them, the fairies' magic dust is losing its power. Rachel and Kirsty have to help India the Moonstone Fairy, Scarlett the Garnet Fairy, Emily the Emerald Fairy, Chloe the Topaz Fairy, Amy the Amethyst Fairy, Sophie the Sapphire Fairy, and Lucy the Diamond Fairy to get the jewels back, before it's too late... in this book Rachel and Kirsty must help Scarlett find her magical garnet before the goblins use its powers to cause chaos in the human world!
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    Scat

    By Carl Hiaasen
    Authors:
    Carl Hiaasen
    From Newbery Honoree Carl Hiaasen comes this New York Times bestseller in which an eccentric eco-avenger, a stuffed rat named Chelsea, a wannabe Texas oilman, and an angry panther can't stop two kids on a mission to find their missing teacher!When Mrs Starch, the most feared biology teacher in Florida, goes missing during a school trip to the Black Vine Swamp, her class is secretly relieved.The school principal tries to cover it up as a 'family emergency', but Nick and Marta just aren't convinced. They think it's much more likely to have something to do with Smoke, the local troublemaker - whose run-ins with Mrs Starch are infamous - and decide to do some investigating of their own.But there's more going on in Black Vine Swamp than either one of them could guess. And Nick and Marta must see off an eccentric eco-avenger, a stuffed rat named Chelsea, a crooked oil prospector, a singing substitute teacher, and an angry Florida panther before they really begin to see the big picture.
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    The Scent of Magic

    By Cliff McNish
    Authors:
    Cliff McNish
    Rachel and her brother are extraordinary. She is a spell-maker. He is a destroyer of spells. The High Witch, Heebra, wants Rachel and Eric crushed, and her enemies, the Wizard's, destroyed. A party of witches is dispatched to find the thousands of children with powers like Rachel's, and turn them into a ferocious army. Can Rachel and Eric stop the witches and win the battle between good and evil? The second instalment of the classic Doomspell Trilogy.
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  • The Scent of Danger

    By Abie Longstaff
    Authors:
    Abie Longstaff
    The second book in The Trapdoor Mysteries, a series about Tally, a code-breaking, animal-loving servant girl and her best friend, a squirrel named Squill, who solve mysteries with the help of a secret library...Orphan Tally is the servant girl at Mollett Manor - and she's also the Secret Keeper of the magical library hidden beneath a trapdoor, underneath the manor's grounds. Along with Squill the squirrel, she uses the enchanted books to solve crimes. So when Lady Mollett's new puppy, Widdles, is kidnapped, Tally and Squill head straight to the library. But will they be able to catch the dognapper or is it already too late?
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  • Scholars of Science

    By Rob Colson
    Authors:
    Rob Colson
    What is gravity and who discovered its laws? How does evolution work and how did Darwin work it out? Learn all about the advances in science that have expanded our understanding of Earth, our place in the living world and the workings of the Universe in STEM-gineers: Scholars of Science.STEM-gineers is an exciting 4-book series, which focuses on particular engineering or scientific challenges. You will find out about the great minds behind every featured discovery or structure and learn through hands-on projects how these great minds overcame the scientific or engineering challenges of their time. From simple experiments, to observing and recording various aspects of the world around us, this series is the perfect introduction to the exhilarating world of STEM for readers aged 9 and up.
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  • School

    By Sarah Ridley
    Authors:
    Sarah Ridley
    Everyone has memories of their school days. This book gives young children access to people's memories alongside photographs to help them build up a picture of the past. From nursery education to the transition to secondary school, young children can explore what has changed and what remains the same.The book is part of the 'Tell me what you remember' series, which explores changes in living memory through photographs and memories.
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  • School

    By Jillian Powell
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    Jillian Powell
    Using specially commissioned photography, this series introduces the reader to common new and first experiences. The choice of titles reflect the most common types of experiences. The series uses the perspective of another child to tell the 'story' of a particular experience and explores how they feel by the event. At the end, advice will be given to help deal with difficult situations such as feeling scared because they are starting a new school.
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  • School

    By Ruth Thomson
    Authors:
    Ruth Thomson
    These books will help you think about and look around your local area. Find out what your surroundings can tell you about how people live and work, where they shop and go to school and how they travel and spend their leisure time. Discover the clues that will tell you how people lived in the past. Think about the changes that could benefit your local area, whether it's your home, school or further afield.
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  • School

    By Nicola Barber
    Authors:
    Nicola Barber
    School charts the development and changes in the education of all children over the Victorian Age. The book explores the different types of schools depending on class as well as the different subjects taught to boys and girls.. The text will chronicle the features and characteristics of the Victorian age to explore the effect of social and economic changes on the lives of the different social classes and genders.
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  • School Days

    By Sue Finnie, Daniele Bourdais
    Authors:
    Sue Finnie, Daniele Bourdais
    Meet Ryan. He is in France on a special mission. He is going to find out what it is like to go to school in France. Follow Ryan's blog to find out what French pupils wear at school, what they do at lunch times, what after school lunch clubs there are and much more. You can also learn some key French phrases, pick up French language tips and test your knowledge of France with the mini quizzes. Go to franklinwatts.co.uk for your free downloads of the French conversations in this book.School Days is part of the Young Reporter in France series. They are a great resource for the KS2 and 3 Framework for Languages which include an Intercultural Understanding strand where children compare and contrast life in other countries with their own.
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    School for Stars: Double Trouble at L'Etoile

    By Holly Willoughby, Kelly Willoughby
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    Holly Willoughby, Kelly Willoughby
    Catch up with Molly, Maria, Pippa and Sally for more glamour and mystery in their second year at L'Etoile, in this fifth SCHOOL FOR STARS story by popular TV presenter Holly Willoughby and her sister Kelly.Molly, Maria, Pippa and Sally are back for a new year at L'Etoile and they can't wait to get their skates on at the school's new Glacier Palace ice-rink! But after the arrival of a new set of twins at L'Etoile, jealously threatens to pull the girls apart! With new faces, new friends and a very ghostly surprise, this term promises more fun, more excitement and more mystery than ever before.This book is GLEE for 9+ and is perfect for fans of BALLET SHOES and MALLORY TOWERS.
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