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  • The Great Flytrap Disaster

    By Chris Mould
    Authors:
    Chris Mould
    In an old junk shop sits a dusty ship in a bottle. And when the world isn't watching, a tiny pirate crew comes out to explore. They're smaller than a teacup, but these scurvy sailors have a HUGE appetite for adventure! Up on the Pocket Pirates' shelf, the summer heat is rising. Flies are swarming around Button's pirate ship. And Mr Dregby, the house spider, has got his six hungry eyes peeled and his eight hairy legs ready for action ... BUT BUTTON IS READY FOR DANGER! The third book in an unmissable new series about tiny pirates who have BIG adventures, with gorgeous black and white illustrations throughout, from the illustrator of A Boy Called Christmas.
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  • Galaxies and Stars

    By Ian Graham
    Authors:
    Ian Graham
    How do stars begin? What are constellations and galaxies? What is the best way to look at stars? Galaxies & Stars offers a look at the mysteries of the night sky through exciting facts and beautiful photography.Learn about the wonders of space in this series, designed for readers aged 7 and up, but accessible to a wide range of reading abilities. If you've ever wondered what can be found on the dark side of the moon, or what other galaxies lurk beyond the Milky Way, these are the books for you. From the Sun, asteroids and comets to planets far and near Earth, you will discover here the most recent developments in space exploration and research.
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  • Gary Barlow

    By Hettie Bingham
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    Hettie Bingham
    A member of the group Take That, as well as a solo artist, Gary Barlow is one of the biggest names on the music scene today. He is known for his amazing musical talent, his appearance on The X Factor and much more. Find out everything about the man behind the microphone; his inspirations, where he grew up, his interests, his charity work, and even what his first toy was! A fantastic resource for biography based project work!
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  • Garden Flowers

    By Cath Senker
    Authors:
    Cath Senker
    This book will help you to hunt for flowers in the garden and become a flower expert! You'll find out what happens in the different seasons, how flowers live and reproduce and find out what are annuals, biennials and perennials. You can even make your own mini flower garden. Plus, there are lots of fun puzzles to help your garden plant observation skills. It is part of The Great Nature Hunt a series of books for children aged 7+ which are a great resource for the Science curriculum. They help children make systematic and careful observations, gather data and record their findings. Each book is full of puzzles and challenges through which children can learn, while having fun.
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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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  • The Game

    By David Grimstone
    Authors:
    David Grimstone
    Self-named The Outcasts; Jake (Dealmo) and his friends Kellogg, Lemon and Fatyak like to spend their spare time playing role playing games. But things are about to get a little more interesting ... as the group sit down to play Destiny, a brand new RPG, they realise that this is no ordinary game. What they really have their hands on is the ancient Pandora's Box, containing superpowers for each of them.On the other side of town is an organisation called the Reach, who hunt down precious artefacts. They want Pandora's Box back for themselves. With their new superpowers, just what have The Outcasts unleashed on the world - and themselves?
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    Grandfather Clock

    By Roger Hargreaves
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    Roger Hargreaves
    Tick tock, tick tock, tell the time with Grandfather Clock!Enjoy learning about clocks and time with a kindly and classic character.Roger Hargreaves was the bestselling creator of the Mr Men series. Grandfather Clock was first published by Hodder Children's Books in 1980.
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    Greatest Inventions of All Time

    By Jillian Powell
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    Jillian Powell
    What would we do without the inventions that we use every day? When did they come into being? Who first conceived of them, and how did they become a reality? The Greatest Inventions of All Time uses original and contemporaneous material from The National Archives to look at some of the most important inventions of all time, and how they came into being. The book delves into the original sources that tell us about inspirational inventors and their inventions. Revealing the mind-boggling capacity for human resourcefulness, it uses documents such as inventors' correspondence, patents, sketches and photographs to tell the stories behind some of the objects we use on a daily basis.
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  • Gerald's Busy Day

    By Lynne Benton, Mark Marshall
    Authors:
    Lynne Benton
    Illustrated by:
    Mark Marshall
    Gerald's Busy Day is a funny story for young animal fans who are learning to read on their own. Perfect for children aged 5-7 who are reading at book band blue.Tom and Lucy wonder whether their pet gerbil, Gerald, will be bored while they're at school. Mum thinks he will sleep all day, but Gerald has other ideas!The Froglets series is perfect for children who are reading on their own, with fun stories of no more than 200 words and puzzles to encourage retelling the story and to help build vocabulary. Compiled in consultation with Catherine Glavina, PGCE and Primary Leader, The Centre for Professional Education, University of Warwick.
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  • Goodbye

    By Enid Blyton
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    Enid Blyton
    For new girl Darrell Rivers, there are friends to be made, pranks to be played and fun to be had at Malory Towers in Enid Blyton's best-loved boarding school series.In book twelve, the sixth form girls are to attend finishing school before they're sent out into the world. They are to learn deportment, etiquette and obedience. Oh dear!Expect more drama at Malory Towers!Between 1946 and 1951, Enid Blyton wrote six novels set at Malory Towers. Books 7-12 are authorised sequels of the series written by Pamela Cox in 2009 and focus on the adventures of Felicity Rivers, Susan Blake, and June Johns. This edition is unillustrated.
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  • Gryph the Feathered Fiend

    By Adam Blade
    Authors:
    Adam Blade
    Emperor Jeng and the Evil Witch Kensa have gone in search of the Broken Star - four crystals that can control the weather! But when the Good Beast guarding the first crystal mistakes them for thieves, Elenna and Tom have to fight for their lives! Can they stand up to Gryph the Arctic Falcon?There are four thrilling adventures to collect in this brand new series of Beast Quest by Adam Blade - don't miss out!
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  • Golden

    By Melissa de la Cruz, Michael Johnston
    Authors:
    Melissa de la Cruz, Michael Johnston
    In this epic conclusion to the trilogy, Nat and Wes go on a journey to find the Rift, save the source of magic and defeat the Drau, the pirates, and the RSA - but at a great sacrifice. Wes is dying, and as he's rotting the Drau will let the rot "cleanse" the source of magic, dooming Wes forever. Nat and Wes discover that the source of the magic lies in the Drakon - the key to the Blue, the protector, the soul of the world. But in order to close the Rift, a great sacrifice is needed. Nat must decide to sacrifice her beloved drakon in order to save the world, and to save Wes. In the words of the sylphs, death is life, and now the worlds can be reborn again.
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    The Grindle Witch

    By Benjamin J. Myers
    Authors:
    Benjamin J. Myers
    When Jack Jolly moves from the city to the tiny Northern village of Grindle, he thinks his life's just become a lot more boring. But then he finds himself plunged into the middle of a terrifying mystery, and confronting an ancient evil - the Grindle Witch.But when Jack and his new friends, Paddy and Leila, take drastic measures to stop the Grindle Witch, they realise that they may have unleashed more than they bargained for.A creepy supernatural tale that will have readers on the edge of their seats.
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  • Glendor the Stealthy Shadow

    By Adam Blade
    Authors:
    Adam Blade
    But Glendor the Stealthy Shadow isn't the only danger. Can Max and Lia defeat the beast and find the next element to power Aquora, before Rivet becomes scrap metal?The second thrilling book in Sea Quest Series 7: The Lost Starship. Don't miss the rest of the series:Veloth the Vampire Squid, Mirroc the Goblin Shark and Blistra the Sea Dragon!
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  • The Great Drain Escape

    By Chris Mould
    Authors:
    Chris Mould
    In an old junk shop sits a dusty ship in a bottle. And when the world isn't watching, a tiny pirate crew comes out to explore. They're smaller than a teacup, but these scurvy sailors have a HUGE appetite for adventure!When the junk-shop dog moves in underneath the Pocket Pirates' shelf, their route to the kitchen is blocked! The noise of rumbling stomachs is keeping everyone awake, and their last few stale breadcrumbs won't keep them going long. Do they dare to go ... OUTSIDE? The second in an unmissable series about tiny pirates who have BIG adventures, with gorgeous black and white illustrations throughout, from the illustrator of A Boy Called Christmas. The second book in an irresistible series about tiny pirates who have BIG adventures ... read on with The Great Flytrap Disaster.
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  • Ghost Plane

    By Eleanor Hawken, Eleanor Hawken, Steve May
    Authors:
    Eleanor Hawken, Eleanor Hawken
    Illustrated by:
    Steve May
    As every respectable scientist knows, messing with the space-time continuum is more trouble than it's worth. That's why Felix Frost, secret child genius, has locked up his time machine for good. Yes, sir. But, when your best friend is an adventure-loving bossy pants and you've got a history project to do. Well, that changes things. When Missy and Felix visit Bill Hudson, Missy's great grandfather, to ask him about his years as a pilot in WW2, he tells them the story of the ghost plane: a fighter jet that went out on a routine mission, and when it came back, its pilot had vanished. Join Felix, Missy and Einstein as they dust off the time machine to travel back to England, 1943. Can they solve the mystery of the ghost plane without getting caught out as time travellers? Or worse, spies!
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  • Gory Gladiators, Savage Centurions and Caesar's Sticky End

    By Kay Barnham, Tom Morgan-Jones
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    Illustrated by:
    Tom Morgan-Jones
    Welcome reader! This is the history book you've been waiting for! Summon your centurions and charge back to the past with us to discover all there is to know about grim gladiators, evil emperors and lethal legionaries of Ancient Rome.Take a look at the powerful Roman army, its legions, cohorts, centuries and legionaries, get an introduction to Julius Caesar and find out about the eventual fall of the western Roman Empire.What was a vomitorium? Which emperor gave his horse a job in government? And who murdered Julius Caesar?These records of Roman times, hilariously illustrated by Tom Morgan-Jones, are perfect for children of 9+ to discover the answers to all these curious contemplations and many more!
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    Good Night, I Love You

    By Caroline Jayne Church
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    Caroline Jayne Church
    It's time for bed, so let's get ready.Bring your bunny. Bring your teddy.A charming bedtime rhyme for little ones, perfect for reading aloud. Snuggle up and follow the bedtime routine until the last 'I love you, good night'.Caroline Jayne Church has won many awards and has sold over 6.5 million books worldwide.
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  • Genesis

    By Helen Dennis, Bonnie Kate Wolf
    Authors:
    Helen Dennis
    Illustrated by:
    Bonnie Kate Wolf
    What if a teenage boy washed up on the banks of the River Thames, soaked to the skin and unable to explain who he is?What if the only clue to the boy's identity is a sketch he made of a strange symbol?Who would help him? Who would hunt him? Who is River Boy?When a mystery teenage boy emerges from the River Thames drenched, distressed and unable to remember anything about himself, he becomes the focus of worldwide media speculation. Unable to communicate, the River Boy is given paper and a pencil and begins to scribble. Soon a symbol emerges, but the boy has no idea why he has drawn it even thought it's the only clue to the mystery of his identity... As the boy begins to build a new life under a new name, the hunt for his real identity begins.A hunt which will lead him on a dangerous QUEST that he has only one year to complete ...Introducing the first in a thrilling new series packed with adventure: this book has an illustrated narrative running through it, helping readers to solve the mystery alongside the characters in the story.
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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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