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  • MR TRIPP GOES FOR A SKATE

    $11.99

    Friday is Wheels Day at school Ted rides his bike. Tania wears rollerblades. Jingjing brings her silver scooter. Everyone is excited. Except for Mr Tripp. Mr Tripp’s face is a very funny colour. Why doesn’t he want to join in the fun? Age 6+

  • LOLLYLEGS

    $11.99

    Lollylegs, the cutest lamb in the world, is being raffled at the school fete. Laura wants to win him. But where will she get the money for the raffle tickets? Age 6+

  • JZ-RUMBLE WITH THE ROMANS

    $12.99

    So you think you know about Zebras, do you? They’re handsome, eat lots of grass, and um .. are always getting eaten by lions. Let’s face it, they’re a little bit boring and stupid, too. But a tussle with a grumpy gladiator can soon change a zebra .. So cheer on our stripy hero, Julius, as he scraps for survival in history’s deadliest theatre: the Colosseum. Age 8+

  • PAX

    $14.99

    Pax and Peter have been inseparable ever since Peter rescued him as a cub. But when Peter is forced to return his fox to the wild his world is torn apart. Despite the encroaching war, and the three hundred miles between them, Peter sets out to find his fox. Meanwhile Pax waits hopefully for his boy. Age

  • THE HIPO AT THE END OF THE HALL

    $16.99

    The invitation was delivered by bees. It wasn’t addressed to anyone at all, but Ben knew it was for him. It would lead him to an old, shambolic museum, full of strange and bewitching creatures. A peculiar world of hidden mysteries and curious family secrets and some really quite dangerous magic.

  • SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW ABOUT TYRANNOSAURUS REX?

    $9.99

    How many species do you really know about – not just the well-known ones but random weird ones as well? Find out what makes a dinosaur a dinosaur and what the environment was like when they roamed the Earth. Discover dinosaurs, new science, how to find a fossil and ask an expert with Dr Ben Garrod.

  • THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN

    $9.99

    Choose you own adventure for the abominable snowman. With 28 possible endings, how will your story finish. Age

  • THE HAPPINESS QUEST

    $18.99

    Tillie Bassett is sad, and she doesn’t understand why. Her parents and friends suggest very different, allegedly helpful, remedies. But her counsellor, Gilbet the Goldfish, suggests a quest: to find out what happiness is, for others and for her. As Tillie embarks upon her quest she discovers that, when it comes to family and friends, nothing is quiet as it seems. Secret are uncovered, old tensions resurface, relationships tangle and untangle … and Tillie realises the trust about happiness and sadness.

  • DRAGONKEEPER 1

    $19.99

    Ancient China, Han Dynasty. A slave girl saves the life of an ageing dragon and escapes her brutal master. Pursued by a ruthless dragon hunter, the girl and the dragon begin an epic journey across China. They carry with them a mysterious stone that must be protected. Dragonkeeper is the story of a girl who believes she is not worthy even of a name, but finds within herself the strength and courage to make this perilous journey – and do what must be done.

  • THE SURFACE BREAKS

    $19.99

    The days of my childhood kept turning over; dissolving like sea foam on the crest of the waves. I have been counting them, the days and the nights, the weeks, the months, the years. I have been waiting for this day.

  • ILIAD AND ODYSSEY

    $14.99

    For over 3,000 years, people have been spelled bound by Iliad and the Odyseey. The world Homer wrote about was very different from our own, but the story of the Trojan War and the adventures of Odysseus still excite and move us today – and above all, they make us think about what it means to be human.  Age 10+

  • THE MARVELS

    $34.99

    In this magnificent reimagining of the form he originated, two stand-alone stories – the first is nearly 400 pages of continuous pictures, the second in prose – together create a beguiling narrative puzzle. The journey begins on a ship at sea in 1766, with a boy names Billy Marvel. After surviving a shipwreck, he finds work in a London theatre. There, his family flourishes for generations as brilliant actors until 1900, when young Leontes Marvel is banished from the stage. Nearly a century later, Joseph Jervis runs away from school and seeks refuge with an uncle in London. Albert Nightingale’s strange, beautiful house, with its mysterious portraits and ghostly presences, captivates Joseph and leads him on a search for clues about the house, his family and the past.

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