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  • 4 stars across 13 books
    1st February 2013

    The Emperor's New Clothes (pb edition)

    A comical retelling of the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairytale. The emperor needs a new outfit and it has to be sp... More

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    24th August 2006

    Reading Corner: What's In The Barn?

    The animals are all terrified of what is hiding in the barn...whatever can it be?... More

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    1st March 2010

    Hopscotch: Adventures: Sinbad and the Monkeys

    When Sinbad's ship is attacked by two angry rocs, he and Ali excape to the Island of Monkeys. But these monkeys are not ... More

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    27th May 2010

    Tadpoles Tales: Just So Stories - The Cat Who Walked by Himself

    Simple retellings of Rudyard Kipling's Just So stories with bright, fun illustrations, for children who are just startin... More

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    1st September 2009

    Hopscotch: Adventures: Sinbad and the Diamond Valley

    Sinbad and Ali are shipwrecked on an island. They spy a sparkling valley below them and decide to investigate. But they ... More

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    27th April 2011

    Hopscotch: Adventures: Sinbad and the Giant Spider

    Sinbad and Ali are shipwrecked by the foot of some needle-sharp cliffs. It seems there's no way out, until they spy an u... More

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    1st March 2010

    Hopscotch: Adventures: Sinbad and the Ogre

    Sinbad and his friend Ali are shipwrecked with the rest of the crew. They find an island...but they are captured by hung... More

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    8th November 2007

    Leapfrog: Big Bad Blob

    In this story, a little boy, Ed, drops a piece of gum...and when lightning hits that gum, it begins to grow and grow and... More

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    28th October 2010

    Hopscotch: Adventures: Sinbad and the Pirates

    Sinbad the Sailor is in trouble! His ship has been captured by pirates. But the pirates are sailing close to where the s... More

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