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  • 5 stars across 25 books
    Carmela LaVigna Coyle's first book, Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots? is enjoyed by little princesses everywhere, and has been succeeded by three other princess books. She lives in Denver, Colorado. Mike Gordon's award-winning illustrations span fiction, non-fiction, entertainment, and educational books worldwide. He lives in Santa Barbara, California. Carl Gordon and his father have been a team since 1999. Mike Gordon creates the line art illustrations, and the color is computer generated by Carl. He lives in South Africa.
    3rd February 2014

    Goldilocks and the Three Bears

    When Goldilocks sneaks into the three bears' cottage, no one seems to be home. But the bears soon return from their walk... More

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    25th July 2008

    Goldilocks and the Three Bears

    Naughty Goldilocks has found a pretty cottage in the forest, but who lives there? A lively re-telling of the classic fai... More

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    26th March 2010

    Pirate Pat

    An exciting story to inspire very beginner readers. Based on the principles of synthetic phonics, supports the "Letters ... More

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    5th August 2010

    The Golden Goose

    Farmer Skint has no luck on his farm until one day his goose lays a golden egg, which hatches out into a golden gosling.... More

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    1st September 2011

    Androcles and The Lion

    Aesop's fable of kindness and friendship retold with simple text for intermediate level students (CEF level B1). It's a ... More

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    1st August 2007

    Revenge of the Lunch Ladies: The Hilarious Book of School Poetry

    This school poetry collection is packed with over 45 silly poems and songs which cover topics such as: the head teacher ... More

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    26th March 2010

    The Queen Makes a Scene

    A hilarious story to inspire very beginner readers. Based on the principles of synthetic phonics, supports the "Letters ... More

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    1st January 2013

    The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Children will love reading and listening to these timeless tales and their helpful morals, which have been brought to li... More

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    31st July 2009

    King Donkey Ears

    The traditional tale retold for beginner readers ready to tackle slightly more complicated storylines and sentence struc... More

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    3rd May 2007

    Dinner with Dracula: A Spine-tingling Collection of Frighteningly Funny Poems

    A collection of spooky, funny poems about vampires, ghosts, Frankenstein, and other creatures.... More

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