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  • by Stephanie Perkins
    £8.49

    Anna is less than thrilled to be shipped off to boarding school in Paris, leaving a fledgling romance behind - until she meets Etienne St. Clair. Smart, charming, beautiful, Etienne has it all...including a girlfriend. But in the City of Light, wishes have a way of coming true. Will a year of romantic near-misses end with a longed-for French kiss? "e;Magical...really captures the feeling of being in love"e; - Cassandra Clare, author of The Mortal Instruments series "e;A delightful love story with real friendships, and the writing is great."e; - Rainbow Rowell "e;I fell in love with it from the very first chapter... Your fictional crush can move out of the way for Etienne St. Clair. Yet another beautifully crafted, realistic character that Perkins has created, you can't help but fall in love with him."e; - Growing Wings "e;Anna and the French Kiss was one of the best YA books that I have read ever. I absolutely bloody loved it."e; - Lisa Talks About... "e;Stephanie Perkins creates the perfect novel of a beautiful friendship, progressing into a slow burning romance... This novel is a mix of romance, friendships, family dramas, and an English accent... I can't wait to read Lola and the Boy Next Door."e; - Never Judge A Book By Its Cover "e;Who can resist a (possible) romance/coming of age story set in Paris? Anna is someone you can relate to."e; - Reading Teenage Fiction "e;It's the perfect Young Adult book in my eyes. It's highly addictive, with unbelievably good characters, a beautiful setting and a story which I could happily read over and over again"e; - Emma Lou Book BlogNPR's Year's Best Teen Reads, 2010. NPR's 100 Best-Ever Teen Novels, Number 53. Cybils Award Finalist for Young Adult Fiction, 2011. YALSA's Best Fiction for Young Adults. 2012 list YALSA's Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults: Forbidden Romance, 2012. TAYSHAS Reading List, 2012. Georgia Peach Book Award for Teen Readers, Honor, 2012-13.

  • by Mairi Mackinnon & Sam Taplin
    £12.99

    A word book that lets you listen to 120 English words, spoken by a native speaker. Simply take one of the 10 cards (each features 12 words) out of the envelope and slot it in. Press 'go' and then press each of the pictures to hear how the word is pronounced. For preschool children learning English as either a first or second language.

  • by Abigail Wheatley
    £8.99

    Featuring brand new paper plane models, simple step-by-step folding instructions and a suite of futuristic designs inspired by next-generation planes and spaceplanes, this book is perfect for young and old fans of other Usborne paper planes books.

  • by Sam Taplin
    £11.49

    Little children can press the buttons on the pages of this book to hear the wonderful sounds of a jungle, a hungry tiger roaring, tropical birds singing and a noisy orang-utan who isn't yet ready for bed. The colourful pages show the jungle at night, the sun rising and more, with simple text, delightful illustrations and cut-out shapes to discover.

  • by Sam Smith & Kirsteen Robson
    £11.49

    Journey around our planet and discover amazing animals and their habitats with this fascinating picture atlas and 200-piece jigsaw. The sturdy box contains a vividly illustrated jigsaw of a map of the world, plus a 32-page atlas showing each country and ocean and the animals that live there. There are links to websites for more information too.

  • by Fiona Watt
    £7.49

    Spooktacular scenes burst into vibrant colour as you brush water over the black and white illustrations in this magical book! Sixteen detailed pictures include a haunted house, a family trick-or-treating, witches around a cauldron and lots more. With a handy fold-out back cover to prevent colours running through to the page beneath.

  • by Anna Milbourne
    £16.49

    This collection of stories from Shakespeare's plays, with beautiful illustrations and quotations, is the perfect introduction to Shakespeare. Each story includes short details about the main characters, and famous and memorable quotations from the play. This is a fabulous book that will be referred to again and again, by both children and adults.

  • by Heather Amery
    £8.49

    A bi-lingual Japanese/English word book that features a thousand everyday words illustrated with busy scenes and labelled pictures to help children learn key Japanese vocabulary.

  • by Emily Bone
    £9.49

    What is the earth made of and what goes on beneath the surface? This non-fiction lift-the-flap book features bold illustrations, simple explanations to complex questions and over 60 flaps to lift. An introduction to geology and geography for young children.

  • by Stephanie Perkins
    £7.49

    Life is pretty close to perfect for budding designer Lola Nolan, especially with her hot rocker boyfriend. That is, until the Bell twins, Calliope and Cricket, return to the neighbourhood and unearth a past of hurt that Lola thought was long buried. So when talented inventor Cricket steps out from his twin sister's shadow and back into Lola's life, she must finally face up to a lifetime of feelings for the boy next door. Could the boy from Lola's past be the love of her future? "e;Magical...really captures the feeling of being in love"e; - Cassandra Clare on Anna and the French Kiss

  • by Ruth Brocklehurst, Anna Milbourne & Gillian Doherty
    £10.99

    A collection of fairy tales that includes: "The Emperor's New Clothes", "The Little Mermaid", "The Ugly Duckling", "The Snow Queen", "The Princess and the Pea" and other classic stories, as well as a short biography of the author.

  • by Felicity Brooks
    £9.49

    How are you feeling today? This lively and engaging exploration of emotions helps young children learn to answer this important question. Topics covered include learning to describe feelings, how your feelings can change, and being kind to yourself. There are helpful notes for grown-ups at the back too and links to websites for more advice.

  • by Rob Lloyd Jones
    £9.49

    A fun flap book packed with interesting information about space, and the amazing things that float through it - stars, moons, comets, and the planets of our solar system. Each double-page spread has a colour illustration, and several flaps to lift to find out more about what's going on in the scene.

  • by Namina Forna
    £8.99

    The must-read epic fantasy of 2021, as featured on Cosmo, Buzzfeed, BookRiot and Refinery 29. In this West African-inspired world, girls are outcasts by blood and warriors by choice, perfect for fans of Children of Blood and Bone and Black Panther.

  • by Fiona Watt
    £6.99

    Brush water over the black and white illustrations and watch as the magical mermaid scenes burst into colour! Sixteen detailed pictures include a mermaid princess, mermaids relaxing on a beach, playing with dolphins and lots more. With a handy fold-out back cover to prevent colours running through to the page beneath.

  • by Sam Taplin
    £11.49

    Little children will love hearing the woods come to life as they press the pages of this enchanting book, and hear cuckoos and woodpeckers, rustling leaves and rippling streams. The colourful pages show birds in the treetops, animals playing beside a river and more, with simple text, beautiful illustrations and cut-out shapes to discover.

  • by Sam Taplin
    £11.49

    Learn to play simple, well-known tunes on the sturdy keyboard attached to the book. Each note is represented with a different colour, which corresponds to the same colour on the keys, making this accessible even to very young children. Tunes include Twinkle, Twinkle, Frere Jacques, Ode to Joy and more.

  • by Fiona Watt
    £8.49

    An easy-to-follow, step-by-step drawing book that helps children master the simple drawing skills required to render a range of animals, people and objects. It comes with plenty of space for doing their own drawings.

  • by Sam Taplin
    £11.49

    Little ones will love bringing the zoo to life in this adorable sound book. Press the pages to hear lions roaring, monkeys jabbering and lots more, and pore over colourful scenes including feeding time for the seals and elephants playing in the pool. With simple text, holes to peep through and fingertrails to explore.

  • - What is Poo?
    by Katie Daynes
    £8.49

    What is poo? Does everyone do it? And where does it all go? Children can lift the flaps to find the answers in this surprisingly charming book, and discover how much poo an elephant does, and what you can do with poo... There's even a Who did these poos? quiz. A very informative little book!

  • by Angela Wilkes
    £8.99

    Latin is brought alive in this entertaining guide for beginners. Humorously illustrated and packed with handy phrases, you'll soon be able to dazzle your friends with your conversation skills. Latin grammar is clearly explained, and puzzles provide plenty of practice.

  • by Louie Stowell
    £9.49

    This inspiring book will unlock children's ideas for writing stories, poems, comics, movie scripts and more. As well as activities for writing compelling story outlines, dialogue and lively characters, there are tips for writing horror stories, romance and thrillers, and even journalism. With lots of space to write in - but no scary blank pages.

  • by Sam Taplin
    £6.99

    A perfect activity book for Christmas; little children will love adding stickers to the magical festive scenes and bringing them to life. Scenes include Santa getting ready, flying in his sleigh and delivering presents.

  • by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé
    £8.99

    A compelling, incendiary, and unputdownable thriller with a shocking twist, Faridah Abike-Iyimide delves deep into the heart of institutionalized racism with this compulsive debut.

  • by Sam Taplin
    £11.49

    Discover the magic of Mozart's music by pressing the buttons to hear the tunes in this gorgeously illustrated book. The animal orchestra is touring the forest playing different pieces of Mozart's music and telling everyone a little bit about the composer as they go. This is a perfect introduction to one of the greatest composers of all time.

  • by Fiona Watt
    £7.49

    All aboard this exciting addition to the much-loved That's not my... series. Babies and toddlers will love touching the textured patches as they look at buses with shiny doors, squashy bumpers and sparkly lights. The bright pictures and textures to stroke are designed to help develop sensory and language awareness.

  • by Katie Daynes
    £8.49

    Why don't animals have toothbrushes? And why do baby teeth fall out? Should everyone brush their teeth? Curious young children can discover the answers to these questions and many more in this entertaining book, with over 30 flaps to lift, gentle humour and easy-to-understand text on every page.

  • by Hannah (EDITOR) Watson
    £6.99

    Relax on a cruise ship, catch a flight at the airport or travel on a canalboat in this sticker book full of bustling travel scenes. There are over 150 stickers to bring each scene to life, from cars, buses, planes and trains to tourists, passengers and much more. A perfect activity for a journey or holiday.

  • by Kirsteen Robson
    £11.49

    A brilliantly colourful 100-piece jigsaw showing a busy, bug-filled scene, plus a 24-page picture puzzle book presented together in a sturdy box. The jigsaw measures 59 x 40cm and both the jigsaw and book are full of insects to spot. Can you find an ant in a deckchair, a butterfly blowing a trumpet, a dragonfly riding a broom and lots more?

  • by Rob Lloyd Jones
    £9.49

    Have you ever wondered how cars roar along roads or planes soar into the sky? Discover how all sorts of amazing things work, from fire engines and submarines to dishwashers and vacuum cleaners, in this exciting introduction to engineering for young children, with over 70 flaps to lift. Includes links to carefully selected websites to find out more.

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