My name is Dory, but everyone calls me Rascal. This is my family. And I'm the littlest. Meet Dory - an irresistible scamp with a huge imagination. Dory's the youngest in her family, which STINKS because it means everyone's always too busy to play with her. Or worse! They call h... read more
|Author:||Roald Dahl; Quentin Blake (Illustrator)|
|Reading Level:||Children's - Grade 1-2, Age 6-7|
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Boggis is an enormously fat chicken farmer who only eats boiled chickens smothered in fat. Bunce is a duck-and-goose farmer whose dinner gives him a beastly temper. Bean is a turkey-and-appl... read more
From the author of Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise, comes a wonderfully interactive, which-way adventure story which follows Floyd and his sister into the dark, shadowy valley behind their house a valley full of all kinds of creepy, freaky, weaselly creatures and the scarie... read more
|Series:||A\Puffin Book Ser.|
Penguin presents for the first time the complete, unabridged audiobook of Mary Norton's The Borrowers. The Borrowers live in the secret places of quiet old houses; behind the mantelpiece, inside the harpsichord, under the kitchen clock. They own nothing, bo... read more
|Series:||The Wild Magic Trilogy|
"Ireland's answer to JK Rowling." Sunday Independent A middle-grade fantasy adventure perfect for fans of Frances Hardinge and Katherine Rundell. When witches kidnap Mup's dad, she must journey to their home to save him, and so begins a fantas... read more
All I can tell you is what I remember, in the words that I have. Hayley tends to her bees and follows the rules in the only world she has ever known. Until she witnesses the impossible: a drip from the ceiling. A drip? It doesn't make sense. Yet she hears it, catches it. Tastes it. Curiosity... read more
|Reading Level:||Children's - Grade 2-3, Age 7-8|
With Emmy daring him on, Isaac's life gets more and more exciting. But when things go horribly wrong on their secret midnight adventure, they both wonder whether this time they've gone too far . . .
From the author of the unforgettable "New York Times" bestseller "We Were Liars" comes a masterful novel of psychological suspenseNthe story of a young woman whose diabolical smarts are her ticket into a charmed life. But how many times can someone reinvent themselves?
He?s the first teacher to cook us breakfast.Is his spark-maker beetle really that dangerous?I heard he drank yak?s milk in Mongolia.He?s the only person who isn?t afraid of Canteen Carol.My mum says he used to be in the circus.The class in room 12B has a new teacher, and nothing is ever going to be the same . . .
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
The Boy at the Top of the Mountain by John Boyne, the author of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, is another extraordinary historical fiction about World War II and innocence in the face of evil.
When Pierrot becomes an orphan, he must leave his home ... read more
|Awards:||Winner of the 2018 NZ Children's Book Awards - Wright Family Foundation Esther Glen Award for Junior Fiction Short-listed for Queensland Literary Awards 2017 (Australia) and Griffith University Children's Book Award 2018 (Australia).|
Sometimes bees get too big to be up in the branches, sometimes they fall and break their bones. This week both happened and Foreman said, 'Tomorrow we'll find two new bees.'
Peony lives with her sister and grandfather on a fruit farm outside the city. In a world where real bees... read more