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  • by Rachel Hamilton
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  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £6.99

    Miranda the Mermaid is the talk of the town. Her face is on posters, her tail is on t-shirts, and her name is up in lights. But when fame goes to her head it's up to Louie to remind her of who her friends are.

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £4.99

    Louie's big dance contest to-do list:1. Learn some AMAZING dance moves2. STOP getting dizzy and spinning into things3. Give a show-stopping performance!

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £6.99

    Louie's big audition to-do list;1. Learn some AMAZING circus skills. 2. Ace the audition (without causing any injuries). 3. Celebrate with cupcakes, and get set for STARDOM!

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £6.99

    Louie's New York to-do list;1. Enroll in the New York School for Performing Arts2. Put on a SHOW!3. Make everyone in New York believe in unicorns. 4. Make sure I'm getting my five-a-day (chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, raspberry and toffee cupcakes, obviously). 5. Be totally AWESOME at all times.

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £8.99 - 15.49

  • - Pureza, Deus, Rapazes e Vida
    by Rachel Hamilton
    £8.49 - 15.49

  • - Purity, God, Guys and Life
    by Rachel Hamilton
    £3.99 - 21.49

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £5.99

    Meet Louie, a unicorn in searching for stardom in New York City! Louie's dance moves always end in disaster, so when he mistakenly gets entered into a state-wide dance contest, he's going to have to give it his all for a chance of winning. Dear Mum and Dad The New York School for Performing Arts is the perfect place for a unicorn like me. So far it has been totally AWESOME! Madame Swirler is training me up for a HUGE dance competition. She keeps shouting 'Howwill I train a unicorn with two left feet?!' but lucky for her I have hooves, so we'll be just fine. Louie xx A hilarious series, with a unique visual approach, combining real New York photography with character illustrations. Perfect for 7-9 year olds that love funny fiction and bonkerscharacters.

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £4.99

    Noelle "e;Know-All"e; Hawkins has another case on her hands. Her famous scientist dad - Professor Brian "e;Big Brain"e; Hawkins is in prison as a result of his portaloo mishaps. A trip to the Science Museum results in an international mystery involving the moon, some mindreading, and an awful lot of grumpy people. But how are they all connected? Noelle, Holly and Porter are on the case. But will they piece the crazy clues together in time to save the planet? And why is Dad walking round prison with a blanket on his head? Rachel Hamilton does it again in this laugh-out-loud story of science,silliness and super-villains.

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £4.99

    Bogs, brains and bonkersness make this the perfect read for fans of David Walliams,Simon Mayoand Liz Pichon. Shortlisted for both theRedbridge Children's Book Award and theLeeds Book Awards 2014and WINNER of Worcestershire's Awesomest Book! award Quirky twelve-year-old Noelle Hawkins may be the brightest student in her class, but even she is completely miffed to explain how her dad, wacky scientist Brian, "e;Big Brain"e; Hawkins, spontaneously combusted while sitting in a portaloo. It's true that he was working on a new top secret Brain Ray machine and was on the point of a great break-through . . . could this have had something to do with it? Know-All is sure all is not as it seems. With the help of her grumpy sister, Holly, she is determined to find out what really happened to her dad! ''The ideal read for anyone who loves a mystery (in a toilet)' Sunday Express

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £5.99

    In this hilarious new fiction series, Louie the unicorn searches for stardom in New York City. Louie's story is brought to life with a unique visual approach, combining real New York photography with funny character illustrations. 'Dear Ma and Pa, The New York School for Performing Arts is the perfect place for a unicorn like me. So far it has been totally AWESOME! Madame Twirler says that 'pigs will fly' before I get the lead part in a show. Man, I would LOVE to seethat! After all, New York has a unicorn in town, so why not flying pigs? Love you more than cake, Louie xx'

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £5.99

    Meet Louie, a unicorn searching for stardom in New York City! A hilarious series, with a unique visual approach, combining real New York photography with character illustrations. Perfect for 7-9 year olds that love funny fiction and bonkers characters. The fourth instalment in this hilarious series by Rachel Hamilton. Dear Mum and Dad The New York School for Performing Arts is the perfect place for a unicorn like me. So far it has been totally AWESOME! My friendMiranda has landed the lead role in the hottest new musical in town! Everyone says she's turned into a huge DIVA but she still looks like a fishy-tailed mermaid to me. Louie xx Miranda the Mermaid is the talk of the town. Her face is on posters, her tail is on t-shirts, and her name is up in lights. But when fame goes to her head it's up to Louie to remind her of who her friends are.

  • by Rachel Hamilton
    £5.99

    It's time for this unicorn to shine! Louie the unicorn has joined the New York School of Performing Arts in search of stardom, but he's yet to land any starring roles, with a big audition coming up, is it finally time for this unicorn to shine? A hilarious series, with a unique visual approach, combining real New York photography with character illustrations. Perfect for readers who love funny fiction and bonkers characters. "e;Dear Mum and Dad, The New York Schoolfor Performing Arts is fifty years old this year! Ancient or what? We're going to put on a big show to celebrate. I found out that it's our favourite teacher, Madame Swirler's birthday too, and she's EVEN OLDER than the school! She must've kept it a secret so that we could surprise her, but when Iarranged an amazing traffic-halting flash mob to sing happy birthday to her, she was even grumpier than usual! Maybe I should have arranged a confetti explosion too? Anyway got to go, I'll have to think of an even better surprise. Love you mor

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