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  • 5 stars across 7 books
    27th April 2007

    Stories of Dragons

    Three hilarious, original tales of some not-so-scary mythical fire-breathing beasts. Each title is vividly illustrated, ... More

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    30th November 2007

    Stories of Giants

    Three hilarious original stories with easy-reading text for children who have just started reading on their own. Some gi... More

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    30th March 2007

    Stories of Witches

    Four original stories about witches for children just beginning to read. Featuring wicked, wily witches, these stories a... More

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    27th September 2002

    Wizards

    This series combines exciting and witty stories with text written for the beginner reader.... More

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    23rd February 2009

    Wizard's Woe

    Writer and journalist August Autrey arrives in the village of Three Weirs to cover the story of the Forest of Weir, whic... More

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    24th November 2006

    Stories Of Gnomes And Goblins

    Four original stories about the magical world of gnomes and goblins for children just beginning to read, charmingly illu... More

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    25th April 2003

    Young Reading: Stories of Princes and Princesses

    Intended for beginner readers, this story about princes and princesses is written in simple text for readers who have, o... More

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