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  • by Lori Mortensen
    £7.99

    Get to know the steps, performances and dancers who added their signature style to the street dance movement. From Paula Abdul to Justin Timberlake to Jabbawockeez, Today's Street Dance: More than Locking and Freestyle Moves will have you air-walking, tutting and strutting your stuff.

  • by Martha E. H. Rustad
    £8.99 - 12.99

  • by Cari Meister
    £6.49 - 9.49

  • by Sarah Schuette & Chris (Editor) Harbo
    £8.99 - 13.49

  • by Robert Snedden
    £7.99 - 11.49

  • - Get to Know the Comics Creator
    by Cristina Oxtra
    £8.99 - 10.99

  • by Matthew Anniss
    £7.99

    What exactly does being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender mean? How has the gay rights movement helped to change society's view of the LGBT community during the past century? How do people "come out" to their friends? Using real-life case studies, this book gives sensitive insights into what it means to be LGBT in 21st century Britain.

  • by Lucy Beevor
    £7.99

    Provides an introduction to the history and development of the telephone and explains how a telephone works. Includes information on Alexander Graham Bell and some of the other inventors who were influential in the invention of the telephone.

  • by Robert Snedden

    A Brief Illustrated History of Space Exploration charts the history of space exploration and discovery all the way through from the early rocketeers, through the first people in space and the Space Race to be first to reach the Moon, the first Space Stations, and all the way through to the incredible findings of today.

  • by Kathryn Clay & Mira Vonne
    £8.49

    Lift the load up high! Here comes the crane. Engaging photographs and simple text describe this construction vehicle.

  • - The Graphic Novel
    by Hans C. Andersen
    £5.88

    He buys suit after suit made of the most expensive materials instead of tending to his threadbare kingdom. Then, one day, two travelling merchants offer to make the Emperor a special suit that has magical powers. The merchants, however, are not who they claim to be, and the suit has one major flaw, no one can see it!

  • - The Graphic Novel
     
    £5.88

    One of the world's greatest fairy tales is re-told in a graphic-novel format. Long ago, a beautiful maiden named Rapunzel lived a life of loneliness. Taken at birth by an evil witch, she remained hidden, locked within a giant tower. To reach her, he must climb Rapunzel's lovely locks and avoid being caught by the witch.

  • - The Graphic Novel
     
    £5.88

    One of the world's greatest fairy tales is re-told in a graphic-novel format. Once upon a time, an evil queen possessed a powerful mirror. It spoke only the truth, which often pleased the queen. But when the mirror reveals that the queen is no longer the fairest lady in the land, her heart grows cold.

  • - The Graphic Novel
     
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    One of the world's greatest fairy tales is re-told in a graphic-novel format. To repay her father's debts, Mirabelle promises the King that she'll spin his straw into gold. An evil troll agrees to help her for a price. Now, Mirabelle must repay an even greater debt, unless she can guess the terrible creature's name.

  • by Saadia Faruqi
    £4.99

    Yasmin's class is going to the zoo! The students love watching the animals do silly things, but when Yasmin is chosen to feed the monkeys, she's the one that does something silly. Can Yasmin fix her mistake and make friends with the monkeys?

  • - An Origin Story
    by Louise Simonson
    £4.98

    How did the Joker become Batman's archenemy? Discover the story behind the Clown Prince of Crime's journey from small-time crook to big-time baddie, including the source of his crazy clown face. With action-packed illustrations and easy-to-follow text, these early reader books are perfect for super hero fans and super-villain fans alike.

  • by Stef Wade
    £5.99

    Pluto got the shock of his life when he was kicked out of the famous nine. On his quest to find a place where he belongs, he talks to comets, asteroids, and meteoroids. But when Pluto is about to give up, he runs into a dwarf planet and finally finds his place in the solar system.

  • by Saadia Faruqi
    £6.99

    Everyone seems to have a great idea for the makerspace project, everyone except for Yasmin! All the good ideas are taken. Luckily, recess solves everything! Inspiration strikes and Yasmin creates something that brings the whole class together.

  • - How a Photo Revolutionized Our Understanding of the Universe
    by Don Nardo
    £8.99

    A series of photos taken from space more than 20 years ago revealed thousands of unknown galaxies in a tiny patch of "empty" space. It was taken over the course of 10 days from the Hubble Space Telescope and has prompted astronomers and other scientists to speculate about universe's size, shape, and age.

  • by L.R Stahlberg
    £6.44

    D'Artagnan wants nothing more than to become a Musketeer. It's not just the fame and fortune he seeks in service of the King's army: he wants to be a part of something important. He wants to travel to new and exciting places. But what D'Artagnan wants most of all is love - to be loved by friends and to fall in love.

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