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Best New Children's Books October 2019

1st September 2019

Best New Children's Books

Every month we pick our favourite children's books from ALL the new books just published. And they're all up to win in our giveaways too! Read on below and click through to enter each giveaway.

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Best New Children's Books October 2019
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Oh, Christmas Tree!

It's Christmas time and every tree on Sidney Street is beautifully decorated - except for one! This rebellious tree would rather sit at the table and pull crackers on Christmas day than stand in a corner wearing glittery decorations! Bauble, Belle and the Tinsel Snake need the tree to behave, so they can fulfil their decorating destinies, but the argumentative tree just won't stand still and be decorated. Then Belle has a crafty idea. . .

Oh, Christmas Tree! is another hilarious Christmas book from the creative pair behind the bestselling Snowball, Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet. This festively funny story is full of their usual warmth and wit, with brilliant characters and a bouncy rhyming text.

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The Ladybird Big Book of Dead Things

Welcome to the Museum of Dead Things. Your expert guides are here to introduce you to the exhibits, from fierce dinosaurs to exploding dead stars.

The Big Book of Dead Things is a funny, stylishly-illustrated non-fiction guide to all things dead and gone. The stylish illustrations and engaging animal characters bring a broad range of topics alive, from dinosaurs and prehistoric animals to astronomy and ancient history. Meet Ancient Egyptian mummies and learn their secrets; romp through prehistoric worlds with dinosaurs, and learn all about the death of stars.

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Madame Badobedah

A timeless story celebrating friendship and imagination, from an exciting new voice in children's literature.

Mabel lives with her parents in The Mermaid Hotel, by the sea. Mabel likes to keep an eye on the comings and goings of all the guests. Then one day a particularly in-ter-est-ing old lady comes to stay. There is something very suspicious about her, with her growly voice and her heavy trunks and her beady-eyed tortoise. And why does no one know her REAL name? There can only be one answer, Mabel decides ... this guest is a SUPERVILLAIN.

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The Wind in the Willows

The riverside adventures of Mole, Ratty, Badger and Mr. Toad have become a timeless classic of children's literature. In this beautiful volume, we see that charming world through the eyes of renowned artist, Grahame Baker-Smith. Brimming with exquisite artwork, this beloved story is brought to life for a whole new generation of readers.

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