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Charlie Fletcher talks to Graham Marks (again!)

Author Spotlight

Charlie Fletcher is the bestselling author of the Stoneheart series and the classic adventure tale Far Rockaway; he has recently had his first adult novel published and here he talks to Graham Marks about his latest project, Dragon Shield.

Franklin Watts

Sheep

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Franklin Watts

Pig

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

Learn all about pigs: do you know what they eat? Do you know what they need to be happy on the farm?These simple, friendly books look at some of the most common farm animals, showing how they live, what they eat, how they are cared for and why they are important to us. Each book takes on animal and explains its life cycle and its place on the farm. Perfect for readers aged 4 and up.

Franklin Watts

Horse

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Franklin Watts

Cow

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Franklin Watts

Visitors from Space

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

Have people really been abducted by aliens and have there been any real sightings of flying saucers? Delve into the world of the unexplained and the real (or not so real) claims of alien encounters.Real (and possibly not so real) unexplained events are examined in the four books in this series. Strange disappearances, alien visitors, mythical creatures, messages form beyond the grave and strange places steeped in mystery all make an appearance (or should that be disappearance?!) in these fun and informative books.

Franklin Watts

Missing!

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Franklin Watts

Mysterious Places

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

Some places are just plain strange, but why? Delve into the mysteries behind some of the world's strangest places, including the Egyptian pyramids and Stonehenge and from milk-drinking gods in India to a mysterious 'money pit' in CanadaReal (and possibly not so real) unexplained events are examined in the four books in this series. Strange disappearances, alien visitors, mythical creatures, messages form beyond the grave and strange places steeped in mystery all make an appearance (or should that be disappearance?!) in these fun and informative books.

Wayland

My Grandparents

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

Looking at the different relationships people have with their grandparents, and how to build on these relationships and keep them strong.

Wayland

My Mum

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

Looking at the different relationships people have with their mum, and how to build on these relationships and keep them strong.

Wayland

My Dad

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Wayland

My Brother and Sister

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

Looking at the different relationships people have with their brothers and sisters, and how to build on these relationships and keep them strong.

Wayland

To The Jewish Faith

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Wayland

I Belong to The Muslim Faith

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

This book provides an inside introduction to the Muslim religion. Learn about food and fasting, mosques and how Muslims pray, who Muhammad was and Muslim festivals.

Wayland

Aids

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

Global Issues: AIDS considers the definition and causes of AIDS, the history of the virus, and its human, social and economic impact. The various responses to AIDS at national and international levels, the future of AIDS, and AIDS in the media are also taken into account.

Wayland

The True Cost of Food

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Wayland

To The Hindu Faith

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Wayland

To The Buddhist Faith

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker
Wayland

To The Christian Faith

Katie Dicker
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Katie Dicker

H L Dennis

Helen Dennis was born in Brighton and loves living near the sea. She was a teacher for twenty years, and now writes full time - but enjoys making school visits, where she runs code-cracking and creative writing sessions.

Ian Whybrow

Ian Whybrow has lived in Kent, various places in London and as far afield as Hong Kong and New York. The most important thing to him in his writing is that it reads aloud brilliantly and that there is something in it for everyone.