Unicronies

The Cersie Kingdom is filled with magical creatures of all sorts; mermaids, dragons, fairies and unicorns. The only creatures without magic are horses. When Doris the horse wins a competition to be pampered at the Unicorn Pampering Palace she's thrilled, she idolises unicorns and has always wanted to be one. But as she gets her wish, she sees them for what they really are - pretty horses with pretty bad attitudes. She plans to bring down these unicronies and show them that being nice is a million times more important than looking nice.

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Author
Thea Hay

Cordelia’s Secret Letters

In the early 1800s, 11 year old Cordelia and her family move to London. Her sister Eva is joining the debutantes looking for a husband, but Cordelia much prefers living in the country. She is thrust into the world of tea, ballgowns, etiquette lessons and privilege. When Eva's proposed to by a man Cordelia has good reason not to like, she and Will start investigating, looking for evidence to stop the marriage before it's too late!

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Author
Harriet Roberts

A Recipe For Disaster

Best friends Badger and Mole both like to bake. But while Badger likes to weigh and measure things correctly, Mole's attitude is more, fling-it-all-in. They both want to make a cake for Rabbits birthday. But will working together be a recipe for disaster?

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Author
Lucy Barnard

Russ in a Rush

When Russ and his mum go for a walk in the Weird Woods, he doesn't want to listen to her or slow down - he's in a rush! But the woods are full of strange and creepy monsters. Sometimes it's sensible to listen to your mother.

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Author
Phil Allcock

Alien Clone

When J.J's friends tell him their mother is acting out of characrer, there's only one logical conclusion...their mum's been cloned by aliens! Luckily J.J, Rani and Smita are members of The Gumshoe Gang - Private Detectives, ready to solve any mystery, no matter how dangerous or baffling. The street is their beat, and the aliens better watch out.

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Author
Jana Hunter

Baby Signs

Using simple hand signals is a great way to communicate with your baby, as many children respond better to visual and kinaesthetic learning. Baby Signs teaches Makaton-style sign language that parent and child can learn from a surprisingly early age. The playful images and movable parts make the book easy to understand, interactive, and loads of fun.

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Author
Jana Hunter

Chasing Butterflies

Mew is about to start school and she has a whizzy, fluttery feeling, like she has butterflies in her tummy. Her mummy suggests she takes a slow breath in, and when she breathes out she should imagine she's slowly blowing out the butterflies. Then pretend to chase them! Where will they lead her? Mew chases her butterflies to things and places that help her - and her new classmates - with their first day of school.

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Author
Sally Garland

Why No Rhino

When Ronnie visits his local bookshop, he finds himself asking WHY NO RHINO? So, he decides to do something about it. After all, everyone deserves to find themselves in the books they read.

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Author
Sue Lancaster

The Blue Monster

Ava is both excited and nervous to be starting school so when an imaginary blue monster appears in Ava’s bedroom blowing up balloons full of her worries, Ava isn’t sure what to do. But then Ava thinks of a clever way to get rid of the monster, the balloons and all her worries!

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Author
Dunni Mustapha

When Don Lost His Keys

Don has lost his key. When Monkey kindly offers to help, it starts a madcap chain of events that no one sees coming.

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Author
Sue Lancaster