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Book 1
Book 1

Bulletcatcher

First title in an action-packed trilogy from bestselling Chris Bradford. They say you can't outrun a bullet... MoreBulletcatcher

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Free Lance and the Lake of Skulls

Free Lance has no master - he journeys from village to village and castle to castle, competing in tournaments and workin... MoreFree Lance and the Lake of Skulls

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Book 2
Book 2

Sniper

Troy's adventure as a super-gifted member of SPEAR continues in this suspenseful sequel to Bulletcatcher. ... MoreSniper

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Book 2
Book 2

Free Lance and the Field of Blood

Free Lance has no master - be journeys from village to village and castle to castle, competing in tournaments and workin... MoreFree Lance and the Field of Blood

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Book 2
Book 2

The Red Dragons of Gressingham

The green men of Gressingham are on a quest to find a dragon! The hilarious follow up to The Green Men of Gressingham. B... MoreThe Red Dragons of Gressingham

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Book 3
Book 3

Mad Iris and the Bad School Report

Pudding Lane Primary's favourite ostrich mascot is back for another adventure! Mad Iris is up to her usual mischief, but... MoreMad Iris and the Bad School Report

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Book 3
Book 3

Deadlocked

Final title in a rugby trilogy. The Borderlands team has made it to the World Championships in New Zealand, but the stra... MoreDeadlocked

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Book 3
Book 3

Blowback

Would you stand in the line of fire? That's exactly what Troy has been doing as a member of super-skilled team SPEAR, ta... MoreBlowback

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Book 3
Book 3

Cyborg 009

Shotaro Ishinomori's popular manga classic is reimagined for a new generation! Awakening in a futurist military installa... MoreCyborg 009

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Book 4
Book 4

Virus

Tommy Donbavand's brand new book about a computer virus that changes everything. Nahim is bored in his ITC class at sch... MoreVirus

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Book 5
Book 5

Wings

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Book 6
Book 6

Daisy and the Unknown Warrior

Reluctant reader favourite Tony Bradman returns with a captivating historical tale inspired by the true story of Britain... MoreDaisy and the Unknown Warrior

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Book 7
Book 7

Storm Cloud

When horse-loving Kami is invited to spend the summer at best friend Macy's family ranch, Kami is shocked to discover ... MoreStorm Cloud

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Book 8
Book 8

The Wickford Doom

When Harry and his mother inherit a house from a mysterious relative of his father's following his death in the War, the... MoreThe Wickford Doom

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Book 9
Book 9

Dragon

When Max leaves his room in a mess, his aunt flies off in a rage ...and on a broomstick! Max is left on his own, except ... MoreDragon

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Book 10
Book 10

Robot Girl

A futuristic drama full of suspense from the award-winning Malorie Blackman. What do you do when your dad has created a ... MoreRobot Girl

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Book 11
Book 11

White Feather

The war is won but for Tony there is little to celebrate. His brother never returned from no man's land and has died not... MoreWhite Feather

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Book 12
Book 12

Gold and Glory: Team GB 2012

Jessica Ennis grabs Gold in the Heptathlon...Sir Chris Hoy makes it into the record books...Andy Murray faces down Fede... MoreGold and Glory: Team GB 2012

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Book 13
Book 13

Honey and Me

Things haven't been great for Kirsten recently - she's had to start at a new school where she doesn't know anybody, and ... MoreHoney and Me

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Book 14
Book 14

Annie's Choice

A chillingly atmospheric story. Kamal loves his new country, his new city, his new school - it's a fresh start. The on... MoreAnnie's Choice

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Book 15
Book 15

Jason Banks and the Pumpkin of Doom

A charming and witty tale of bullies, pumpkins and unlikely friendships from award-winning author Gillian Cross. ... MoreJason Banks and the Pumpkin of Doom

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Book 16
Book 16

Tales from Weird Street

Quirky tales of derring-do and mystery, from a much-loved author and multi-award-winning author. Perfect to thrill and c... MoreTales from Weird Street

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Book 17
Book 17

The Fiendish Revenge of Leroy Jones

Leroy Jones is a very ordinary boy blessed with a truly ridiculous name - one that he is determined to keep hidden from ... MoreThe Fiendish Revenge of Leroy Jones

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Book 18
Book 18

Still Water

Another terrifying World War Two chiller from the author of The Tales of Terror, perfect for fans of Darren Shan and Nei... MoreStill Water

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Book 19
Book 19

Houdini and the Five-Cent Circus

The year is 1885 and Erik Weisz, a penniless immigrant, has found himself in trouble again. His uncanny talent for picki... MoreHoudini and the Five-Cent Circus

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Book 20
Book 20

A Perfectly Ordinary School

A laugh-out-loud tale of blood, guts and monsters! At school they call Frankie 'Lanky Frankie' and Molly 'Molly the Doll... MoreA Perfectly Ordinary School

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Book 21
Book 21

Zombie!

Nathan never knew zombies like to party. Jake's been dead for years and his arms keep falling off, but he still wants a ... MoreZombie!

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Book 22
Book 22

Blue Moon

A touching and compelling tale of a young girl's love for her horse. Brilliantly illustrated in soft and sensitive black... MoreBlue Moon

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Book 23
Book 23

Combat Zone

First instalment in an explosive rugby trilogy. Woody is the new boy at Borderlands, a boarding school for children whos... MoreCombat Zone

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Book 24
Book 24

Noah Scape Can't Stop Repeating Himself

Noah proves that getting what you want isn’t always what you need in this laugh-out-loud comedy from one of the fastest-... MoreNoah Scape Can't Stop Repeating Himself

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Book 25
Book 25

My Dog Daisy

Lily is absolutely desperate for her very own dog. She's wanted one for as long as she can remember and no other pet wil... MoreMy Dog Daisy

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Book 26
Book 26

King John and the Abbot

Greedy King John has set the Abbot three impossible riddles. If he can't solve them,he's ruined. Surely a simple shepher... MoreKing John and the Abbot

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Book 27
Book 27

The Lion Roars

Fact and fiction intertwine in this wonderful celebration of African football, with a strong message of ambition, hard w... MoreThe Lion Roars

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Book 28
Book 28

The Evil Within: How Young Henry Jekyll Became Mr Hyde

Atmospheric, haunting and spine-chilling, this imagining of a young Henry Jekyll’s childhood and his transformation into... MoreThe Evil Within: How Young Henry Jekyll Became Mr Hyde

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Book 29
Book 29

Aidan Abet, Teacher's Pet

Aidan Abet knows the key to surviving at school - it's making himself indispensable to the teacher. Unfortunately there'... MoreAidan Abet, Teacher's Pet

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Book 30
Book 30

Meet the Weirds

The Weird family move in next door and Pinchton Primm is fascinated by their very unconventional way of life! Re-jacke... MoreMeet the Weirds

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Book 31
Book 31

The Pitt Street Pirates

Will these modern-day pirates be able to outwit the rich golf club kids? Hare-brained schemes and clever wisecracks abou... MoreThe Pitt Street Pirates

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Book 32
Book 32

The Ghost Garden

Queen of historical fiction Emma Carroll makes her Barrington Stoke debut with a powerful, evocative, and spine-tingling... MoreThe Ghost Garden

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Book 33
Book 33

Race to the Frozen North: The Matthew Henson Story

A thrilling fictionalised account of the life of Matthew Henson, the first African-American man to travel t... MoreRace to the Frozen North: The Matthew Henson Story

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Book 34
Book 34

Magicat

Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure from the authors of Guinea Pigs Online and Pup... MoreMagicat

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Book 35
Book 35

The Knights of the Drop-Leaf Table

The six knights clanking round the castle corridors are driving King Artie up the wall. He can't even visit the privy ... MoreThe Knights of the Drop-Leaf Table

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Book 36
Book 36

Queen of King Street

The Royal Family must learn to live like common people in this hilarious Barrington Stoke debut from the author of The A... MoreQueen of King Street

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Book 37
Book 37

The Two Jacks

Jack Baker and Jack Barker have their lives turned upside down in this funny, touching, story of mistaken identity at ... MoreThe Two Jacks

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Book 38
Book 38

Fox Friend

From the multi award-winning and bestselling author, a beautifully re-packaged, 4u2read version, of this moving story ... MoreFox Friend

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Book 39
Book 39

Noodle the Doodle

World of Norm author Jonathan Meres returns to Barrington Stoke with a middle-grade canine adventure. Someone ... MoreNoodle the Doodle

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Book 40
Book 40

A Remarkable Ear

Beloved and award-winning author Anne Fine returns with a touching, musical story of patience, practice and courage. ... MoreA Remarkable Ear

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Book 41
Book 41

Wartman

Funny and touching story from a multi award-winning author for lower reading ages. Dilly's got a wart called George on h... MoreWartman

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Book 42
Book 42

Assassin

Non-stop action meets breathtaking revelations in the stunning final instalment of Chris Bradford's Ninja t... MoreAssassin

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Book 43
Book 43

Young Monsters

Comedy horror. It's Lon's first day at his new school - the Dr Ffelix Ffurter School for Young Monsters, where boys wh... MoreYoung Monsters

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Book 44
Book 44

The Animals of Madame Malone's Music Hall

A cast of creative creatures take centre stage in this theatrical Barrington Stoke debut from Blue Peter Book Award shor... MoreThe Animals of Madame Malone's Music Hall

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Book 45
Book 45

Eagle Warrior

Are Bobbie and her Gran risking too much to save the Eagles from poachers? Gill Lewis takes to the picturesque Scottish ... MoreEagle Warrior

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Book 46
Book 46

Norman the Norman from Normandy

Little Norman the Norman from Normandy loves fighting. All Normans do. When he inherits the broad sword that belonged ... MoreNorman the Norman from Normandy

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Book 47
Book 47

Hostage

Brand new package for this gripping adventure story by top author Malorie Blackman. Blindfolded. Alone. Afraid. No ide... MoreHostage

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Book 48
Book 48

Tin Boy

The true cost of the tin that goes into our electronic devices is revealed in this striking and gripping story from the ... MoreTin Boy

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Book 49
Book 49

A Bad Day for Jayden

Reluctant-reader favourite Tony Bradman returns with a gentle and sensitively told story of life as a young carer. ... MoreA Bad Day for Jayden

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Book 50
Book 50

The Mystery of the Man with the Black Beard

Fun and laughter abound in this fun spy caper from an award-winning author. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluct... MoreThe Mystery of the Man with the Black Beard

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Book 51
Book 51

Sequin and Stitch

Acclaimed creator Laura Dockrill sews together family, imagination and heart in this lyrical and completely unique Barri... MoreSequin and Stitch

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Book 52
Book 52

The Lost Diary of Sami Star

A wonderfully warm and touching story of friendship, identity and kindness from top-notch tween author Karen McCombie. ... MoreThe Lost Diary of Sami Star

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Book 53
Book 53

Monster Slayer

The monster Grendel has awoken and the townspeople are terrified. Even the King has abandoned his great Hall. Hero after... MoreMonster Slayer

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Book 54
Book 54

Prince Frog Face

Prince Valentine is in for a shock in this hilarious retelling of the frog prince fairytale. Particularly suitable for s... MorePrince Frog Face

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Book 55
Book 55

Mad Iris

This is the hilarious story of an escaped ostrich, who Ross and Katie attempt to hide in the school toilets. Slapstick h... MoreMad Iris

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Book 56
Book 56

Surface to Air

Second instalment of Tom Palmer's rugby trilogy set against the backdrop of war. The Borderlands team are in the Europea... MoreSurface to Air

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Book 57
Book 57

The Spectacular Revenge of Suzi Sims

Sports Day is coming up soon and Suzi's in a great mood - until her class get saddled with mean old Miss Grit as their s... MoreThe Spectacular Revenge of Suzi Sims

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Book 58
Book 58

Free Lance and the Dragon's Hoard

It should have been an easy job for Free Lance; protect the wealthy merchant and his jewels on a journey home, nothing o... MoreFree Lance and the Dragon's Hoard

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Book 59
Book 59

The 13th Fairy

Grimbleshanks just wanted to be invited to the Royal Christening. All the other fairies had been invited. But not her -... MoreThe 13th Fairy

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Book 60
Book 60

Dick Turpin: Legends and Lies

Historical fiction from the author of Horrible Histories series about a fascinating historical figure. Particularly suit... MoreDick Turpin: Legends and Lies

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Book 61
Book 61

Butterflies for Grandpa Joe

A heart-warming tale of empathy, affection and dealing with grief across generations, from award-winning author Nicola D... MoreButterflies for Grandpa Joe

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Book 62
Book 62

The Last Viking

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Book 63
Book 63

The First Hunter

A prehistoric adventure in which an unlikely person invents a game that will change the tribe's way of life. T... MoreThe First Hunter

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Book 64
Book 64

Secret of the Stones

Set in 2,300 BC, this stunning tale from historical specialist Tony Bradman weaves together fact and fiction in gripping... MoreSecret of the Stones

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Book 65
Book 65

Bigger and Better

Vi the Giantess loves little things - her thimble collection is almost out of control. So when a little chap called Jack... MoreBigger and Better

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Book 66
Book 66

The Ghost Tower

Curiosity saves the bat in this fun and quirky adventure story from beloved author Gillian Cross. The night Do... MoreThe Ghost Tower

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Book 67
Book 67

The Dirty Dozen

Will Robbie's secret mission mean that he will lose more than just a game of football? Or can his friends unite to overc... MoreThe Dirty Dozen

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Book 68
Book 68

Owen and the Soldier

A touching story of loss and remembrance from Lisa Thompson, the award-winning author of The Goldfish Boy and The Light ... MoreOwen and the Soldier

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Book 69
Book 69

Anty Hero

An entertaining, laugh-out-loud tale of school life, bullies and bugs from Spectre Collectors author Barry Hutchison. ... MoreAnty Hero

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Book 70
Book 70

The Sticky Witch

Tom, Ellie and Whiskers the Cat have to go and live with witchy Aunt Tab when their parents set off on a raft around the... MoreThe Sticky Witch

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Book 71
Book 71

Anna Gain and the Same Sixty Seconds

A laugh-out-loud and punny take on Groundhog Day for young readers from a top-notch author-illustrator pairing. ... MoreAnna Gain and the Same Sixty Seconds

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Book 72
Book 72

Five Ways to Make a Friend

A touching tale of friendship, understanding and finding the confidence to be yourself, from one of the UK’s most belove... MoreFive Ways to Make a Friend

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Book 73
Book 73

Film Crew

It's Art Camp Week and Lara's class is off for an adventure in a big house in the middle of the woods. Mr Mac is keen ... MoreFilm Crew

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Book 74
Book 74

Young Werewolf

A fun supernatural story from the internationally bestselling author of Inkheart. Matt was your average boy until a dang... MoreYoung Werewolf

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Book 75
Book 75

The Dog that Saved Christmas

The heart-warming tale of one boy and the dog that changes his life from a much loved and award-winning author. ... MoreThe Dog that Saved Christmas

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Book 76
Book 76

Mum Never Did Learn to Knock

A moving tale of laughter and loss from bestselling Cathy Hopkins. Emily and her Dad have been on their own since her mu... MoreMum Never Did Learn to Knock

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Book 77
Book 77

Master Will and the Spanish Spy

Young Will Shakespeare knows that his family's existence hangs by a thread. His father's business often struggles, and h... MoreMaster Will and the Spanish Spy

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Book 78
Book 78

Seven Ghosts

The award-winning author of Tales of Terror stirs up old ghosts in this spine-tingling, multi-narrative horror. ... MoreSeven Ghosts

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Book 79
Book 79

The Knights and the Best Quest

What's the point of a daring quest without a little competition? The Knights of the Drop- Leaf Table don't think there i... MoreThe Knights and the Best Quest

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Book 80
Book 80

A Most Peculiar Toy Factory

Bestselling author Alex Bell serves up mystery and dark humour aplenty in this Roald Dahl-esque middle-grade tale of toy... MoreA Most Peculiar Toy Factory

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Book 81
Book 81

Rock Bottom: A Midsummer Nightmare

Ross Montgomery makes his Barrington Stoke debut with this comical caper that sees a match-making dream turn into a mids... MoreRock Bottom: A Midsummer Nightmare

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Book 82
Book 82

Survival in Space: The Apollo 13 Mission

A thrilling and captivating retelling of one of history’s most famous space missions, publishing to coincide with the 50... MoreSurvival in Space: The Apollo 13 Mission

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Book 83
Book 83

Void

A fresh, infectious look at fame from one of the bestselling children's comedy writers in the UK, perfect for fans of To... MoreVoid

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Book 84
Book 84

Samurai

This high interest series will offer an introduction to historical warfare and notable warriors from ancient history. Ea... MoreSamurai

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Book 85
Book 85

The Peculiar Thing with the Pea

An unconventioanl princess meets a rather reluctant prince as queen of comedy Kaye Umansky returns with another hilariou... MoreThe Peculiar Thing with the Pea

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Book 86
Book 86

The House of Clouds

The power of imagination and storytelling combine in a poignant and uplifting novella of family, connection and overcomi... MoreThe House of Clouds

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Book 87
Book 87

Harald Hardnut

A thrilling Viking adventure from the bestselling Tony Bradman. Harald Hardnut was a Viking outlaw, but he became an emp... MoreHarald Hardnut

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Book 88
Book 88

Worry Angels

An important, tender and vital story about dealing with and overcoming worry, perfectly pitched for young r... MoreWorry Angels

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Book 89
Book 89

Who'S a Big Bully Then?

Stunning new package of a title for lower reading ages by much-loved author Michael Morpurgo. The School bully, Darren B... MoreWho'S a Big Bully Then?

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Book 90
Book 90

Scrum!

One boy, two codes - How will he decide? When Steven's mother remarries and moves down south, Steven is torn between l... MoreScrum!

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Book 91
Book 91

Game Boy

Hugely popular gaming adventure repackaged and refreshed. JP can't wait to play his new computer game. But the... MoreGame Boy

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Book 92
Book 92

Peace Maker

A thrilling futuristic tale of adventure, danger and personal responsibility from Noughts and Crosses bestseller Malorie... MorePeace Maker

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Book 94
Book 94

The Valentine's Day Kitten

When Marcie's silver kitten Misty goes missing, her best friend Ellie leaps into action and Operation Find Misty is bo... MoreThe Valentine's Day Kitten

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Book 95
Book 95

The Invasion of Crooked Oak

Stranger Things meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers in this thrilling sci-fi adventure with an ecological ... MoreThe Invasion of Crooked Oak

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Book 96
Book 96

Stars Shall Be Bright

A poignant and moving story of one small family caught up in the consequences of World War One. Inspired by the true eve... MoreStars Shall Be Bright

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Book 97
Book 97

World Burn Down

A powerful and potent look at the destruction humans wreak upon the Amazon rainforest, by the bestselling author of Youn... MoreWorld Burn Down

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Book 98
Book 98

Laura Norder, Sheriff of Butts Canyon

Laura has a mutiny on her hands when she tries to play by the rules in this non-stop wild-western comedy from award-winn... MoreLaura Norder, Sheriff of Butts Canyon

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Book 99
Book 99

Toad Attack!

Upper Dab is under attack from a mysterious invasion of toads in this hilarious middle-grade adventure from award-wining... MoreToad Attack!

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Book 100
Book 100

The Mystery of Me

Ketty was technically dead for two minutes and thirty-nine seconds according to the doctors who saved her. She's on th... MoreThe Mystery of Me

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Book 101
Book 101

The Griffin Gate

Bestselling author Vashti Hardy transports us to a world like no other in a steampunk, fantasy adventure with family at ... MoreThe Griffin Gate

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Book 102
Book 102

ANZAC Boys

A gripping historical tale set during World War One. Orphans Bert and Frank are sent as cheap labour to the colonies in ... MoreANZAC Boys

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Book 103
Book 103

Uniform

A brand new edition of the award-winning story of the victim who stands up for himself, and almost becomes a bully too... MoreUniform

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Book 104
Book 104

The Beautiful Game

Fact and fiction intertwine in this heartfelt tribute to football, honouring victims of Hillsborough and other disasters... MoreThe Beautiful Game

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Book 105
Book 105

Fire Mask

Josh's dad was blown up in Iraq. His family is falling apart. When his best friend gangs up with a bully against him, Jo... MoreFire Mask

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Book 106
Book 106

Respect: The Walter Tull Story

The remarkable story of footballing star and war hero Walter Tull is brought to life in this brand-new edition of a Barr... MoreRespect: The Walter Tull Story

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