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  • by Sherman Alexie
    £8.99

    An all-new edition of the tragicomic smash hit which stormed the New York Times bestseller charts, now featuring an introduction from Markus Zusak.In his first book for young adults, Sherman Alexie tells the story of Junior, a budding cartoonist who leaves his school on the Spokane Indian Reservation to attend an all-white high school. This heartbreaking, funny, and beautifully written tale, featuring poignant drawings that reflect the character's art, is based on the author's own experiences. It chronicles contemporary adolescence as seen through the eyes of one Native American boy.'Excellent in every way' Neil GaimanIllustrated in a contemporary cartoon style by Ellen Forney.

  • by Gary D. Schmidt
    £8.49

    Longlisted for the Carnegie Medal. A heartbreaking story, narrated by twelve-year-old Jack, whose family is caring for fourteen-year-old Joseph. Joseph is misunderstood. He was incarcerated for trying to kill a teacher. Or so the rumours say. But Jack and his family see something others in town don't want to. What's more, Joseph has a daughter he's never seen. The two boys go on a journey through the bitter Maine winter to help Joseph find his baby - no matter the cost.

  • - Elmer's best-loved tales
    by David McKee
    £12.99

    A collection of five of Elmer's best-loved tales, bound together in a beautiful hardback with a stunning gold and green foiled cover.This treasury contains:ElmerElmer and the RainbowElmer and the Lost TeddyElmer in the SnowElmer's Special Day

  • by Leo Lionni
    £8.49

    A family of field mice work day and night, gathering provisions for the coming winter. As they busily collect and store wheat, nuts and corn, they reproach Frederick for dreaming the lazy summer away. But during the long cold winter, when all their stores have been used up, Frederick proves to his friends that he has done his share.

  • by Ciara Smyth
    £8.99

    Shortlisted for the Irish Book AwardsNominated for the Carnegie MedalWhen Aideen agrees to help ambitious class swot Maebh Kowalska deal with her crazy workload, she doesn't expect to end up reluctantly pushing Maebh down the stairs. With this, Aideen becomes the school 'fixer': any problem a student has, Aideen will sort it out, from stealing confiscated mobiles to breaking into parties. All she asks for is a favour in return. But Aideen's own life is a mess - her mam's drinking again, her BFF Holly is avoiding her and she's skipping school. Spending more time with the uptight (but annoyingly cute) Maebh and chatterbox Kavi, Aideen starts to wonder: can every problem be solved?

  • - Gift Set
    by Chris Van Allsburg
    £11.49

    Late on Christmas Eve, after the town has gone to sleep, a boy boards a mysterious train that waits for him: the Polar Express bound for the North Pole. When he arrives there, Santa offers him any gift he desires. It turns out to be a very special gift, for only believers in Santa can hear it ring.

  • by Ciara Smyth
    £8.99

  • - Mini Edition
    by Chris Van Allsburg
    £7.49 - 8.49

    Late on Christmas Eve, after the town has gone to sleep, a boy boards a mysterious train that waits for him: the Polar Express bound for the North Pole."Magical glowing double spread pictures . . . - Guardian"Evocative, realist pastels and atmospheric text." - Sunday Times"A thrilling tale." - Independent

  • - Graphic Novel
    by Kwame Alexander
    £9.49

    'With a bolt of lightning on my kicks . 'Cuz tonight I'm delivering,' raps twelve-year-old Josh Bell. But Josh has more than basketball in his blood - he's got mad beats, too, which help him find his rhythm when it's all on the line.

  • by Robin Lafevers
    £8.99

    When Sybella accompanies the Duchess of Brittany to France, she expects trouble, but she isn't expecting a deadly trap. Surrounded by enemies both known and unknown, Sybella searches for the undercover assassins from the convent of St. Mortain who were placed in the French court years ago.

  • by Sally Nicholls
    £8.99

    Shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal 2019, National Book Award, Books Are My Bag Readers' Awards and the YA Book PrizeThrough rallies and marches, in polite drawing rooms and freezing prison cells and the poverty-stricken slums of the East End, three courageous young women join the fight for the vote.

  • - Board Book
    by David McKee
    £8.49

    Elmer and the other elephants are waiting for the storm to end so they can see the beautiful, colourful rainbow. But something dreadful has happened: the rainbow has lost its colours!Elmer decides to give his own colours to the rainbow. But what will happen to Elmer if he gives the rainbow his own colours? Will he lose them for ever?

  • by Dan Santat
    £8.49

    SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2019 UKLA BOOK AWARDAfter the fall, Humpty Dumpty is a broken egg. Life is tough: he's so afraid of heights, he can't even bear to climb onto his bed, or reach his favourite cereal on the top shelf at the supermarket.

  • by Davina Bell
    £8.49

  • by Ryan Douglass
    £8.49

  • by Leo Lionni
    £8.49

  • by Alex Wheatle
    £8.49 - 10.49

  • by Margaret Sturton
    £11.49

    Meet Herbert: the rabbit who knows he was born to be a fox. When his mummy isn't looking, he puts on pointy fox ears, makes himself a bushy tail, and asks his sister to paint him orange, just like a fox. But Mummy doesn't understand: why can't he just be a good rabbit? Herbert is a true celebration of being ourselves and supporting our loved ones.

  • by Robin Lafevers
    £8.99

  • by Eva Eland
    £8.49 - 11.49

    Sometimes it can feel really far away, and sometimes you might have so much you can't help but share. You can try to chase it, control it or capture it, but even if it seems like it's gone for a while, you'll know it's never far away...This is the second of Eva Eland's picture books that helps little ones deal with big emotions.

  • by Michael Morpurgo
    £8.49

    Jim lives in a fishing village - but no-one goes fishing any more as all the fish have gone. One day, Jim spots a dolphin beached on the sand. He runs to get help, and everyone works together to return the dolphin to the water. Afterwards, the dolphin stays in the harbour, playing with the swimmers - and he even carries Jim on his back! Then the dolphin disappears, and everyone is so sorrowful they take out a boat to find him. Suddenly the sea is boiling with dolphins leaping out of the sea! They have come to stay - and the village comes to life with tourists, mended boats, and dolphins!

  • by S. K. Ali & Ibtihaj Muhammad
    £8.49

    Asiya's hijab is like the ocean and the sky, no line between them, saying hello with a loud wave.It's Faizah's first day of school, and her older sister Asiya's first day of hijab - made of a beautiful blue fabric. But not everyone sees hijab as beautiful. In the face of hurtful, confusing words, will Faizah find new ways to be strong?

  • by Chris Van Allsburg
    £8.49

    The game under the tree looked like a hundred others Peter and Judy had at home. But they were bored and, looking for something interesting to do, thought they'd give Jumanji a try. Little did they know when they unfolded its ordinary-looking playing board that they were about to be plunged into the most bizzare adventure of their lives.

  • by Susin Nielsen
    £8.49

    Petula has avoided friendship and happiness ever since tragedy struck her family and took her beloved younger sister Maxine. Worse, Petula blames herself. If only she'd kept an eye on her sister, if only she'd sewn the button Maxine choked on better, if only... Now her anxiety is getting out of control, she is forced to attend the world's most hopeless art therapy class. But one day, in walks the Bionic Man: a charming, amazingly tall newcomer called Jacob, who is also an amputee. Petula's ready to freeze him out, just like she did with her former best friend, but when she's paired with Jacob for a class project, there's no denying they have brilliant ideas together - ideas like remaking Wuthering Heights with cats.But Petula and Jacob each have desperately painful secrets in their pasts - and when the truth comes out, there's no way Petula is ready for it.

  • by Julian Clary
    £8.49

    Carry on camping with dream team Julian Clary and David Roberts! It's the summer holidays, and the hairiest family in Teddington decide to take a well-earned holiday by the seaside. With their extended hyena family in tow, they head on down to Cornwall for a spot of camping. But it's never long before trouble sniffs these hyenas out, and Bobby is mistaken for a pup and snatched by a wicked dognapper. The Bolds will need all their ingenuity to hunt her down and rescue all the pilfered pooches. But can these hyenas-in-disguise save the day, without letting the cat out of the bag...?'I wish we lived next door to the Bolds!' Davina McCall

  • by Jeanne Willis
    £8.49

    Billy Goat and his best friend Cyril are messing about with the farmer's mobile phone, taking selfies and playing games... until they find the number for a troll. Their Grandpa Gruff says trolls are bad, so Billy and Cyril decide to get their own back by sending mean messages. After all, trolls really do stink! Don't they?

  • by Julian Clary
    £8.49

    More wildly funny animal madness from dream team Julian Clary and David Roberts!The Bolds are a family of hyenas living as humans in a suburban house. But now their kindness to animal waifs and strays has become legendary, and more and more animals keep turning up to stay! Roger the sheep flocks to their house, and Fifi the poodle turns up to learn some new tricks, whilst Sheila the crocodile decides to stay for a while.But when the Bolds take in a couple of race horses who are on the run, they worry their animal magnetism is getting to be too much. Have these hyenas bitten off more than they can chew?

  • by David Wiesner
    £8.49

    Mr Wuffles ignores all the toys people buy for him. He's not lazy, he's just very picky. Now Mr Wuffles has the perfect toy and he's ready to play. But it's not really a toy at all. It's something much more interesting . . .'Expertly imagined, composed, drawn and coloured, this is Wiesner at his best' - Kirkus (Starred Review)

  • by Robin Lafevers
    £8.99

    Annith has watched her gifted sisters at the convent come and go, carrying out their dark dealings in the name of St. Mortain, patiently awaiting her own turn to serve Death. But her worst fears are realized when she discovers she is being groomed by the abbess as a Seeress, to be forever sequestered in the rock and stone womb of the convent. Feeling sorely betrayed, Annith decides to strike out on her own. She has spent her whole life training to be an assassin. Just because the convent has changed its mind doesn't mean she has.Perfect for fans of A Court of Thorns and Roses, Red Queen, and The Cruel Prince.

  • by David McKee
    £8.49

    The elephants are not happy - the hippos have come to share the river because theirs has dried up. When they complain to Elmer that the river is over-crowded, everyone's favourite patchwork elephant sets off to see if he can find a solution . . .

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