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Barrington Stoke Picture Books Series

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Book 1
Book 1

All I Said Was

Imagination takes wing in this cleverly-crafted story about a boy who becomes a bird! A heart-warming and thrilling read... MoreAll I Said Was

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Book 2
Book 2

Itch Scritch Scratch

A gang of nasty nits are in town and no matter how much the mummies go mad with mayonnaise and nit-combs, they think the... MoreItch Scritch Scratch

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Book 3
Book 3

Freddy and the Pig

An XBox loving boy hits on a cunning plan to send a pig to school in his place. Soon the pig is Star Pupil and Freddy is... MoreFreddy and the Pig

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Book 4
Book 4

Wolfman

Wolfman is on the loose and he is raging and rampaging through town like a terror! Lamp-posts have been ripped up, pavin... MoreWolfman

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Book 5
Book 5

Gawain Greytail and the Terrible Tab

Sir Tristan and his cat Terrible Tab have decimated the mouse population of Raven Castle. Can the last survivors defea... MoreGawain Greytail and the Terrible Tab

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Book 6
Book 6

Mad in the Back

Two siblings drive their mother to distraction on the car journey from hell, while Mum tries every trick in the book to ... MoreMad in the Back

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Book 7
Book 7

We Are Not Frogs!

Children's book legend Michael Morpurgo teams up with amazing illustration newcomer Sam Usher for an adorable story with... MoreWe Are Not Frogs!

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Book 8
Book 8

Boing Boing

National treasure Alexander McCall Smith joins up-and-coming illustrator Zoe Persico in this utterly adorable story of f... MoreBoing Boing

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Book 9
Book 9

The Covers of My Book Are Too Far Apart

Vivian French MBE explores some of the fibs we tell children and children tell us about reading and books in a fun pictu... MoreThe Covers of My Book Are Too Far Apart

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Book 10
Book 10

My Name is Not Refugee

A touching, timely and tender exploration of refuge and migration for the youngest readers, this picture book offers a m... MoreMy Name is Not Refugee

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Book 11
Book 11

Molly Rogers, Pirate Girl

Ferocious Captain Firebeard and the crew of the Horrible Haddock rule the high seas. But the dastardly pirates meet th... MoreMolly Rogers, Pirate Girl

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Book 12
Book 12

The Red Dread

Witty, lively and gently thought-provoking, this debut picture book from inky genius Tom Morgan-Jones about a group of a... MoreThe Red Dread

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Book 13
Book 13

It's a No-Money Day

A poignant and pertinent exploration of life below the poverty line from the critically acclaimed award-winning creator ... MoreIt's a No-Money Day

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Book 14
Book 14

Colour My Days

Emmy and Jeff live in a black and white world. But suddenly, the week has started with a splash of yellow and each new d... MoreColour My Days

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