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    Kensuke's Kingdom

    I disappeared on the night before my twelfth birthday. Washed up on an island in the Pacific, Michael st... More

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    National Velvet

    The most famous and loved racing story of all time. National Velvet is a classic tale of dreams, ambition and one girl's... More

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    I am David

    'You must get away tonight,' the man had told him. David escapes from the concentration camp where he has spent his enti... More

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    Jack and the Baked Beanstalk

    In a 1950s-style future, Jack and his mum run a little burger van cafe. The cafe is close to broke because of the new fl... More

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    Bill's New Frock

    A classic children's story from one of our best-loved authors, former Children's Laureate Anne Fine. Bill Simpson wake... More

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    The Whitby Witches

    A glorious new edition of Robin Jarvis's classic and the inspiration for The Power of Dark and its ... More

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