Pearl, Olive and Tweet are on the hunt for glitter feathers! But theyve blown all the way over to Gull Island. They use Olives ogre-boat to reach the island, but rowing quickly behind them are three mean and stinky pirate gobble-uns! Can Pearl use her magic to save her friends in time?
Meet fairies, witches and giants in this selection of 30 magical short stories by the world's best-loved storyteller. Perfect for children aged 5 and up! From to goblin games to never-ending wishes, there's mischief afoot in these fun-filled short stories by Enid Blyton! Who will be on the receiving en ...Show more
Category: Junior Readers
From the author of To the Lighthouse comes a new adventure for young readers about falling in love with the bush, and with hiking and being in the wild. It's about disconnecting from technology and discovering yourself. Harry's perfect life was straying way off-track. He looked pleadingly at Mum. Surel ...Show more
Category: Junior Readers
Ludo helps other people. It's how he was brought up. When Dad is elected to Federal Parliament, Ludo grabs the chance to make Australia an even better place. But he soon discovers it's not the homeless of the national capital who most need his help - it's the rich and powerful.
Life is hard enough without having to spend time with your siblings. But there is no other way for Joe, Fin and April Peski to solve the mystery of the cockroach catastrophes that is rocking their new home town of Currawong. Along with Loretta, their stunningly beautiful yet sociopathic next-door neighb ...Show more
Ever wonder why pigeons always act so weird? It's because they're out there chasing the bad guys and saving your butts! The REAL PIGEONS aren't just an awesome squad of crime fighters who protect the city. They're also REAL FRIENDS. But with a deranged ostrich on the loose, a secret warehouse full ...Show more
Rosie Revere is no stranger to flops and fails, kerfuffles and catastrophes. After all, she' s an engineer, and engineering is all about perseverance But sometimes, Rosie has a really important project to tackle' one that feels much bigger than herself. When Rosie' s beloved Aunt Rose and her pals the R ...Show more
The crowd cheers. Lights flash. I sing into the microphone at the top of my lungs. I'm rocking this song! My name's Charlotte, but you can call me Lottie. I'm a pop singer. At least, that's my thing this week. Charlotte Perkins is seven years old and can't wait to grow up - if only she could decide ...Show more
Category: Junior Readers | Reading Level: 8 Kids Middle Readers
When a pampered cat has to share her home with a lost dog, sparks are set to fly. To her surprise, Catvinkle starts to like Ula. She even tells Ula her three secrets. But a cat and a dog can?t be friends - can they? A tail-spin of a tale that will make you howl with laughter - and remind you that if you ...Show more
Our class is learning the three times table.But I'm not listening. I'm designing a dress. A fabulous dress for Mrs Dawson. My name's Charlotte, but you can call me Lottie. I'm a fashion designer. At least, that's my thing this week. Charlotte Perkins is seven years old and can't wait to grow up - if onl ...Show more
Category: Junior Readers | Reading Level: 7.5 Kids First Reader
On a brilliant autumn's day, Mr Walker arrives at the grandest hotel in town. While things get off to a wobbly start, this charming labrador is determined to put his best paw forward. And it's just as well because the most unexpected adventures await . . The Tales of Mr Walker contains four delightful s ...Show more