|Series:||Polly and Buster|
What would you do if everyone thought your best friend was dangerous? Polly the witch and Buster the monster shouldn’t be friends. And they definitely shouldn’t be on the run from almost everyone in town. But when Polly is called to... read more
***SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER*** 'This book can save lives. This book can change lives. This book can help to bring forth another generation of boys who dare to be different.' Benjamin Zephaniah Daniel Radcliffe, Galileo Galilei, Nelson Ma... read more
Wham-a-hammer, bam-a-slamma The construction crew is back -- but what are they building this time?
Crash-a-rumble Smash-a-grumble What's at work? Here's a clue: It will clear the ground for you.Bulldozer Coming through
Diggers, dump truc... read more
A charming middle-grade novel about friendship and the power of imagination, told in alternating chapters by Rebecca Stead, the Newbery Medal winning author of When You Reach Me, and Wendy Mass, New York Timesbestselling author of The Candymakers Livy can't remember her first visit to her g... read more
Reunions and rivalries in the land of the brave! Alice-Miranda and her friends have been invited to attend the Queen's Colours inaugural leadership program in Scotland and they just might be joined by a few familiar faces from around the globe. There are plenty of s... read more
|Author:||Barry Marshall; Lorna Hendry; Bernard Caleo (Illustrator)|
Mary has always wanted to win a Nobel Prize. She loves running her own science experiments at home. But how can she become a real scientist and win the greatest prize of all? One day Mary stumbles on a secret meeting of Nobel Prize winners. Swearing her to secrecy, Pro... read more
If you loved the award-winning Lighthouse Girl andLight Horse Boy, you will also loveIn the Lamplight, with its combination of evocative charcoal drawings, archival materials and Australian history. Published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, In the... read more
From an extraordinary novelist and an award-winning illustrator comes this lyrical and unforgettable story about a boy and the untameable wildness of a hand-reared joey.
Kay's father is working late - as usual. Fed up, her mother bundles her daughters into the car and drives to her husband's Cambridge college to collect him herself. But when they arrive, the staff claim that nobody by his name has ever worked there . . .
Kay is puzzled by he... read more
|Author:||David Walliams; Tony Ross (Illustrator)|
|Series:||The World's Worst Children|
From the phenomenal number-one bestseller David Walliams comes another collection of more hilariously horrible children! Illustrated in glorious and gruesome colour by artist genius, Tony Ross, these stories will appal and delight young readers. Just when you though... read more
|Author:||Donna Rawlins Donna; Mark Jackson Mark; Heather Potter Heather|
non-fiction picture book
Waves is a narrative non-fiction book about the waves of migration to the shores of Australia.
Every journey is perilous, every situation heartbreaking. Every refugee is a person forced by famine or war or fear to leave their home, their families, their friends and al... read more
Celebrating 50 years of The Iron Man. Part modern fairy tale, part science-fiction myth, The Iron Man describes the unexpected arrival in England of a mysterious giant "metal man" who wreaks havoc on the countryside by attacking the neighbouring farms and eating all their machin... read more