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  • by Manon Steffan Ros
    £7.49

    Dylan was six when The End came back in 2018; when the electricity switched off, and the world he knew disappeared. Now he's 14 and he and his mam have survived in their isolated hilltop house above the village of Nebo in north-west Wales, where mother and son confide their experiences and memories in a found notebook - the Blue Book.

  • by Camilla Chester

  • by Horatio Clare
    £7.49

  • by Karen Owen
    £7.49

    Getting your first hearing aids can be nerve-wracking; especially when you have to wear them to school. But when Callie realises her new hearing aids - 'the Slugs' - give her the unique ability to communicate with Bo the Mynah bird, some of her worries are lifted. In fact, having a pair of eyes in the sky might come in very handy...

  • by Simon Packham
    £8.49

    Archie Ebbs has the perfect life. Good friends, a nice home and classmates who laugh at (nearly) all his jokes. But all that is about to change. As his family have to face unsettling times, Archie has his own worries ... is he really starting to become invisible?

  • by Jo Clarke
    £8.49

    Mystery-lover Libby is excited but nervous when she's sent to live with her Aunt Agatha, headmistress of an extraordinary travelling school. But in her first term, in Paris, her aunt is arrested, accused of a daring jewel robbery. Can Libby and her new best friend Connie find the real thief? Illustrated by Becka Moor.

  • by Robin Bennett
    £6.99

    Max and Peregrine volunteer at an old people's home when strange things happen. One resident is walking on the ceiling, another is riding their wheelchair through walls. And Reggie says his marmalade is haunted (no one listens)! Things don't look good: the Marmalade Ghost is turning into a sticky Godzilla... Time to 'Protect and Do Good Stuff!'

  • by Daniel Peak
    £7.49

    Rita Jeffries is two years old, alone and on the run! She may be a toddler, but she has the mind (and attitude) of a teenager. She knows something's not right, but she's still surprised when her parents disappear and a sinister clown and an ice-cream van seem to be hunting her down...

  • by Nicola Davies
    £11.49

    Harlon must protect her younger siblings Ash and Xeno, and their outlawed power of communicating with animals. But when the sinister Automators attack their mountain home, they are separated. In a thrilling, dangerous adventure, each must journey alone through ice fields, forests and oceans to try to find the others and fulfil a mysterious promise.

  • by Josie Williams
    £8.99

    A moving, compelling and spooky YA romance. Fifteen-year-old Maggie is in foster care following the death of her mother and her grandmother's slip into dementia. When Ryder saves her life, she can't help but fall in love with him. The only problem is that he has been dead for five years...

  • - and Other Stories
    by Catherine Fisher
    £11.49

    Gripping stories of myth, folklore and magic: Two step-brothers share one nightmare; red gloves that reach for your throat; a changing room where a stranger asks to swap lives with you; and a ghost in the rain... An expert storyteller weaves nine spells. Fear mixed with wit, heart and magic.

  • by Sarah J Dodd
    £8.49

    Emily doesn't think Badger Cottage will ever be home. But there is something out there that needs her; a bright pair of eyes in the darkness. Emily tries to shield a baby lynx she calls Lotta, afraid it will be killed by the person who killed its mother. But who can she trust?

  • by Robin Bennett
    £6.99

    Rampaging Rugby is the first in the Stupendous Sports series, which aims to do for sport what Horrible Histories did for Year 6 history with Mr Simkin! Full of cartoons, player tips your coach won't tell you, irreverent explanations, fascinating facts and practical instruction. With a foreword and pro tips by former All Black Conrad Smith.

  • by Shoo Rayner
    £7.49

    Ten-year-old Walker isn't allowed a dog of his own, so he walks other people's. When crooked billionaire, Arlington Wherewithal goes to prison, his wife, Jazaminta, asks Walker to look after his dogs. But then Walker finds out that a gang is trying to make Jazaminta tell them the hiding place of Arlington's missing millions.

  • by Luke Palmer
    £8.99

    A white supremacist group and its violent leader targets teenage Josh, who is struggling to cope with his father's recent death at the hands of terrorists. Will he find the strength to resist, or will unlikely accomplice Dana help him plant something good in the space grief has left inside him?

  • by Sharon-Marie Jones
    £6.99

    When pixie Buddy smuggles himself into her back pack after Witchcamp, Grace-Ella lets him stay, even though her cat, Mr Whiskins tells her pixies are trouble. She can't leave him at home so she takes him to school, where he causes all kinds of trouble!

  • by Matt Cherry
    £7.49

    When the mysterious Monster Spotter's Handbook is passed down to 11-year-old Edwin Spook, a brain-boggling world of monsters opens before him. Edwin discovers he is a Monster Spotter, able to see into the monster world. But that world faces a terrible threat - can Edwin rescue the trapped monsters before it's too late?

  • by Jennifer Killick
    £6.33

    It's five months since the nightmare Year Six School trip to Crater Lake, and something has gone very wrong in Lance's home town. There's been an explosion at the University, a mysterious test creature is missing. On top of this Lance has lost touch with his friends since starting at his new school. Can Lance reunite his team and save his town?!

  • by Roderick O'Grady
    £6.99

    Minnie and her stepfather Dan are stuck with each other, living in their small cabin at the foot of the mountain after Minnie's mother died. When Minnie and her friend Billy discover four giant footprints on a mountain trail, Dan puts it down to hoaxers. But Minnie knows better.

  • by Alex Wharton
    £6.99

    From hairy jellybeans to sparking daydreams, Alex's poems, written for primary school age children, are both funny and thoughtful, and aim to spark familiarity and inclusion. And the stunning illustrations by Katy Riddell focus on the fun and dreamlike quality of the poems' engagement with the natural world.

  • by Catherine Fisher
    £5.93

    With an invisible girl, a parliament of owls and a pen that writes by itself, the journey to the garden of the Midnight Swan might be Seren's most dangerous adventure yet.

  • by Catherine O'Flynn
    £5.93

    A stolen phone and an unruly dog; a buried lunchbox and an antique children's book. Young detectives Lori and Max must dig through layers of lies to solve two mysteries.

  • by Robin Bennett
    £4.99

    Max is just an ordinary boy, until he burps, when he turns into a huge monster, with teeth like swords, who can jump over buildings, roar and eat whole dustbins. But when something starts causing a lot of damage in his quiet suburb and it isn't Max, or his arch- nemesis Peregrine, Max has to find the real culprit...

  • by Chloe Heuch
    £8.49

    After the death of her mother, 16-year-old Kay is on a mission to self-destruct. Unhappy at home and school, she only finds peace with the semi-wild ponies on the moors. She meets Sion up there, also looking to escape. They are drawn into a secret, intense love, but they cannot hide from their lives for long.

  • by Emma Rea
    £6.99

    When Dylans' farm is snatched away by a huge global company, he can't just sit back and watch. But the journey to rescue his home takes him deep into the heart of the Amazon. With the help of Lucia, a street kid armed with a thesaurus and a Great Dane puppy, he uncovers dark and dangerous secrets and learns some surprising truths.

  • by Kate Mallinder
    £6.49

    A feel-good YA story about valuing the friends that value you. Agnes, Hattie and Jake travel on the school bus together but don't know each other well. They plan a week in Weston as a 'study break' before exams but none of them admit the real reasons they need to get away. Thrown together, what will happen when the secrets start to spill out?

  • by Eloise Williams
    £7.49

  • by Anna Mainwaring
    £8.49

    Jesobel Jones is bold and beautiful, and sees no need to apologise for her imperfect family, her single status ... or her weight. Jess makes her own cupcakes and she eats them, too. That is until own clothes day, when a wardrobe malfunction leaves Jess exposed, and a mean girl calling her the one thing that's never bothered her before: fat.

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