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The 52-Storey Treehouse

The 52-Storey Treehouse

Andy Griffiths ,  Terry Denton

$12.99

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Andy and Terry's incredible, ever-expanding treehouse has 13 new storeys, including a watermelon-smashing level, a wave machine, a life-size snakes and ladders game (with real ladders and real snakes), a rocket-powered carrot-launcher, a Ninja Snail Training Academy and a high-tech detective agency with all the latest high-tech detective technology, which is lucky because they have a BIG mystery to solve - where is Mr Big Nose??? Well, what are you waiting for? Come on up!

SEE ALSO - THE 52-STOREY TREEHOUSE DIARY 2015 ~ PRE-ORDER HOTSPOT!

The 52-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton at Abbey's Bookshop 131 York Street, Sydney
The Dying of the Light: Skulduggery Pleasant #9

The Dying of the Light: Skulduggery Pleasant #9

Derek Landy

$24.99

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The final shocking, heart-wrenching book in the jaw-droppingly stupendous Skulduggery Pleasant series. Valkerie. Darquesse. Stephanie. The world ain't big enough for the three of them. The end will come...

The War of the Sanctuaries has been won, but it was not without its casualties.

Following the loss of Valkyrie Cain, Skulduggery Pleasant must use any and all means to track down and stop Darquesse before she turns the world into a charred, lifeless cinder. And so he draws together a team of soldiers, monster hunters, killers, criminals... and Valkyrie's own murderous reflection.

The war may be over, but the final battle is about to begin. And not everyone gets out of here alive...

The Dying of the Light: Skulduggery Pleasant #9 by Derek Landy at Galaxy Bookshop 131 York Street, Sydney
Is There a Dog in This Book?

Is There a Dog in This Book?

Viviane Schwarz

$24.95

ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- Now, just occasionally, I have gotten customers boxed in, and read them my favourite cat books: There are Cats in This Book and There are No Cats in This Book by Schwarz. They just beg to be read aloud! This new title is (I apologise in advance!) going to be another I take great delight in reading to unsuspecting enquirers about books for youngsters… The cats, Tiny, Moonpie and Andre discover that there is a dog in their book - and all cats know all dogs are scary, smelly, yappy and snappy, so they try to hide. But the new puppy soon finds them, and the cats realise they have found a new friend. Bold bright illustrations with interactive features and a lovely direct style of narrative. Even if you don't ask nicely, I am all too ready to share this one with you! Lindy

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In this third title in the extraordinarily inventive, brilliantly interactive  Cats  series from award-winning illustrator Viviane Schwarz - our three favourite picture book cats Tiny, Moonpie and Andre make a new furry friend...Something smells funny...what can it be? Wait, hang on a second, is it a DOG? Is there a dog in this book?! Oh no! Tiny, Moonpie and Andre are SCARED of dogs! Dogs are snappy and yappy, smelly and noisy and...they HATE cats. So, they all try and hide from him - behind the couch, under the piano, in the wardrobe - but when the little doggy finally finds them, well, they simply can't get enough of him! He is really very soft. And they want YOU to love him, too - go on, just give him a little cuddle. With an irresistible story that directly involves the reader, this book's clever design and bright, gestural illustrations make for a LOT of fun for cat (and dog) lovers! It is a completely interactive book brimming over with all kinds of fantastic flaps and fabulous flips that reveal lots of little surprises and jokes for children to enjoy!
Messenger of Fear

Messenger of Fear

Michael Grant

$22.95

ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- Mara wakes up in an unknown place, remembering nothing but her name. A mysterious young man, dressed in a black coat with silver skull buttons, appears, and he knows who she is and what is happening. With no choice that she can see, Mara follows Messenger, and finds herself reliving the final hours of dead teenager Samantha Early's life. As different characters appear, and the taciturn and seemingly harsh Messenger unveils more of Samantha's life, and as Mara witnesses the moral choices made by others, she realises that she is caught within a balance she does not understand, that forces greater than her own existence are in play - and she is just one piece in a vast battle of justice and retribution. A gripping and occasionally creepy beginning to a new series - I couldn't put it down! 13+ Lindy

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I remembered my name - Mara. But, standing in that ghostly place, faced with the solemn young man in the black coat with silver skulls for buttons, I could recall nothing else about myself. And then the games began. The Messenger sees the darkness in young hearts, and the damage it inflicts upon the world. If they go unpunished, he offers the wicked a game. Win, and they can go free. Lose, and they will live out their greatest fear. But what does any of this have to do with Mara? She is about to find out...
To This Day

To This Day

Shane Koyczan

$19.95

ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- This began as a video that went viral. Koyczan, a spoken-word poet, grew up being picked upon, and his powerful poem is a response to the harmful effects of bullying behaviour - whether you are victim, instigator, or witness. It is also a poem about inner strength and finding the way to move past such negativity. The words are enough on their own to start conversations and reflections, but it is raised to another level by the illustrations. Thirty different artists from around the globe have contributed work, including Australians Armin Greder, Kathleen Jennings and Phil Lesnie. A thoughtful book with an essential message - no age limit to this! Lindy

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I'm not the only kid who grew up this way surrounded by people who used to say that rhyme about sticks and stones as if broken bones hurt more than the names we got called.  From acclaimed spoken-word poet Shane Koyczan, the rallying cry against bullying that became a viral video viewed over 12 million times. Now a dazzling illustrated book featuring the work of thirty artists from around the world, To This Day is a powerful expression of the lasting effects of bullying, and the inner strength that allows people to move beyond it. With a heartfelt personal preface by Shane, this extraordinary poem will resonate with anyone who has experienced bullying, whether as a victim, observer or participant.
Shadow Art: How to Have Fun in the Dark - Create 100 Shadow Animals

Shadow Art: How to Have Fun in the Dark - Create 100 Shadow Animals

Sophie Collins

$15.99

ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- Just for something different, a book that shows how to create a menagerie of different animals with just the aid of a torchlight and the shape of your hands. With a little practice, make silhouettes of things like elephants and camels and dogs and birds… Hours of fun for child and adult alike, simple and effective and a great boost to imaginative play! Lindy

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Made using only your hands and a torch or lamp, shadow animals have a charm that has lasted through the ages. You might have tried creating them as a child, even if your repertoire was limited to a rather shaky wolf (one of the first shadow animals that anyone learns!. But in your great-grandmother's day, shadow-casting was considerably more sophisticated. Any parlour entertainer worth his or her salt could effortlessly bring dozens of animals to life. So, if modern party games seem soulless, step out of the shadows with  Shadow Ark . Just an hour's practice will have you demonstrating the roar of a lion and the snap of a crocodile; and soon you'll be putting on an entire show. Friends will be getting competitive over the realism of their shadow creations and children will be queuing two by two to learn to make their favourites. Before you know it, you'll be an aficionado of a parlour game that even your grandma would consider sweetly old- fashioned. In keeping with this, we've suggested a traditional, biblical story line, but don't limit yourself. Once you have the characters at your fingertips, you'll be able to enact anything from Red Riding Hood to lassie Come Home.
The Dark Inside

The Dark Inside

Rupert Wallis

$14.99

ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- James is trapped in a nightmare life - his mother dead, his stepfather violent, neglectful and begrudging, school dreadful. He often seeks refuge in the deserted house on the hill, where he keeps a record of how many days until he's 18 and able to escape. One day though, he discovers a man there - beaten very badly and obviously in trouble. Webster however is not an ordinary man and when the travellers turn up asking about information and promising gold for the knowledge of his whereabouts, James is tempted to reveal what he knows. But the travellers aren't telling the truth, and James and Webster end up running from their respective enemies... This was an amazingly atmospheric novel, which leaves a lot to the reader's imagination (is Webster cursed? is James doomed to suffer the same fate? what is the puppet the old traveller woman keeps?). It reminded me of Patrick Ness and David Almond, and was as skilful and as thought-provoking as works by either of those fine writers. 12+ Lindy

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The House on the Hill has been abandoned for as long as James can remember. So when he discovers Webster, a drifter, hiding there, he's instantly curious about the story behind the homeless man. What is he running from? Afflicted by a dark curse, Webster is no longer who he used to be. But there is said to be a cure and it might just be that by helping Webster, James will find some solace of his own. Together they embark on a journey, not knowing that what they discover will impact them both in ways they never imagined...A gripping and haunting story about loss and hope, perfect for fans of Patrick Ness and David Almond.
The Book of Days

The Book of Days

K. A. Barker

$18.99

Most people believe the best way to forget someone is to throw them down a well. Or lock them in a room with eight keys, or bury them at a crossroad in the thirteenth hour. But they're wrong. The best way to forget someone is for them never to have existed in the first place. Madame Marisol's Unreality House was where you brought people to make that happen. When Tuesday wakes from sleep for the first time when she is sixteen, she opens her eyes to a world filled with wonder - and peril. Left with only a letter from the person she once was, Tuesday sets out to discover her past with the help of her charming and self-serving guide, Quintalion. Along the way she runs into a one-legged mercenary, flying cities, airships, and a blind librarian. But danger shadows her every move. The leader of the merciless daybreakers is hunting her, convinced that she killed the only woman he ever loved. Tuesday will need all her wits to survive long enough to find out who she is and her connection with the mysterious Book of Days: a book that holds untold power ...
Apple and Rain

Apple and Rain

Sarah Crossan

$16.99

When Apple's mother returns after eleven years of absence, Apple feels whole again. She will have an answer to her burning question - why did you go? And she will have someone who understands what it means to be a teenager - unlike Nana. But just like the stormy Christmas Eve when she left, her mother's homecoming is bitter sweet, and Apple wonders who is really looking after whom. It's only when Apple meets someone more lost than she is, that she begins to see things as they really are. Like a brilliant hybrid of Cathy Cassidy and Jacqueline Wilson, Sarah Crossan entices you into her world, then tells a moving, perceptive and beautifully crafted story which has the power to make you laugh and cry.
The Jewel

The Jewel

Amy Ewing

$17.95

Violet Lasting is no longer a human being. Tomorrow she becomes Lot 197, auctioned to the highest royal bidder in the Jewel of the Lone City. Tomorrow she becomes the Surrogate of the House of the Lake, her sole purpose to produce a healthy heir for the Duchess. Imprisoned in the opulent cage of the palace, Violet learns the brutal ways of the Jewel, where the royal women compete to secure their bloodline and the surrogates are treated as disposable commodities. Destined to carry the child of a woman she despises, Violet enters a living death of captivity - until she sets eyes on Ash Lockwood, the royal Companion. Compelled towards each other by a reckless, clandestine passion, Violet and Ash dance like puppets in a deadly game of court politics, until they become each other's jeopardy - and salvation.
The Incredible Adventures of Cinnamon Girl

The Incredible Adventures of Cinnamon Girl

Melissa Keil

$18.95

Alba loves her life just as it is. She loves living behind the bakery, and waking up in a cloud of sugar and cinnamon. She loves drawing comics and watching bad TV with her friends. The only problem is she's overlooked a few teeny details: Like, the guy she thought long gone has unexpectedly reappeared. And the boy who has been her best friend since forever has suddenly gone off the rails. And even her latest comic-book creation is misbehaving. Also, the world might be ending - which is providing awkward. As Doomsday enthusiasts flock to idyllic Eden Valley, Alba's life is thrown into chaos. Whatever happens next, it's the end of the world as she knows it. But when it comes to figuring out her heart, Armageddon might turn out to be the least of her problems.
The Year it All Ended

The Year it All Ended

Kirsty Murray

$16.99

On Tiney Flynn's seventeenth birthday, every church bell tolled as if heralding a new year, a new era. Tiney stood in the garden, purple jacaranda petals fluttering down around her. One by one, her sisters came outside to join her; first Nette, then Minna and lastly Thea. It was 11 November 1918. Armistice Day. For Tiney and her sisters, everything is about to change, but not in the way they might have imagined. Building peace is complicated; so is growing up. From tragedy to undreamt-of joy, from weddings to seances, from masked balls to riots in the streets, Tiney's world will be transformed. At the end of the war and the dawn of the Jazz Age, Tiney Flynn must face her greatest fears and begin a journey that will change her destiny.
As Red As Blood

As Red As Blood

Salla Simukka

$16.95

Seventeen-year-old Lumikki Andersson is hardly your average teenager. She lives by herself in the city of Tampere, Finland, and has a frim rule to mind nobody's business but her own. But that rule is put to the test when she happens upon five hundred washed euro notes hanging up to dry in her school's darkroom, and it is shattered once Lumikki realises who owns them.Caught in an increasingly tangled web of deception, corruption and danger, Lumikki finds herself navigating the Tampere's dark underbelly in the search to expose its shocking connection to the international drugs trade. Lumikki is smart, but is she smarter than a master criminal? Can she bring down the famous 'Polar Bear' - or will she become another one of his victims?The first of a thrilling new Nordic crime series, AS RED AS BLOOD, will have you on the edge of your seat until the last page is turned...and then some.
Valentine Joe

Valentine Joe

Rebecca Stevens

$17.99

Rose's granddad takes her on a trip to Ypres, Belgium to visit the graves of those who died in the Great War. It's the day before Valentine's, but Rose can sense the shattered old city beneath the chocolate-box new. And it seems that it can sense her too. When she goes up to her room that night, she hears the sound of marching feet and glimpses from her window a young soldier on his way to the front line.
Summer of Monsters

Summer of Monsters

Tony Thompson

$18.95

Mary's life began in shadow. Unwanted and overlooked, her desire was to make something of her existence. So how would meeting a young poet change her path forever? Scandal. Passion. Desire. Mary's choices were clear - but would she ever be free of her loneliness? Tony Thompson's enthralling novel explores Mary Shelley's early life and the famous summer she spent with Percy Shelley, Lord Byron, John Polidori and her stepsister Claire Clairmont, which inspired her iconic novel Frankenstein.
Candy

Candy

Kevin Brooks

$14.99

'It's hard to imagine life before Candy \.' Joe is hooked the moment he sees her. Something catches his eye: her hair, her smile or just the way she's standing. When they chat, there's an instant connection, but can what he's feeling be this sweet? When the bitter truth about Candy's world comes out, Joe must decide if love is worth fighting for. Get this book. IRISH TIMES A story as sharp as the title is sweet. GUARDIAN Passion and a nail-biting adventure. SUNDAY TIMES
The Danger Game: Travis Delaney Investigates

The Danger Game: Travis Delaney Investigates

Kevin Brooks

$14.99

Fourteen-year-old Travis Delaney is trying to get his life back on track following the crash that killed his parents last summer. The police called it an accident, but Travis knows better. His parents were on to something, and whatever they were investigating ...ended with their murder. Since Travis's Grandad took over Delaney and Co, things have finally started to look up. But when his private investigation partner, Courtney, is attacked following a routine inquiry into a local business, Travis can't help but get involved, even though he's supposed to be focusing on his own investigation into thefts at school. But what he discovers draws him into more danger than he ever could have imagined. Tangled up in a web of gang warfare, dirty police and secret organisations, Travis needs to find a way out. But at the heart of it all is a traitor. Someone close to Travis. Someone he's supposed to trust. But trust is a dangerous thing.
Lucas

Lucas

Kevin Brooks

$14.99

'I saw his pale blue eyes, his fleeting presence \. and then the air started moving again.' Caitlin's life changes when she sees Lucas through a shimmering haze of heat. He's the most beautiful boy and her world comes alive. But to others, Lucas is a stranger to the island. An outsider. Someone to hate. In the end, Caitlin must make a choice. And it must be what's right. It gets to you \. you want to tell everyone how good it is. SUNDAY TIMES A moving and unusual love story \. GUARDIAN SHORTLISTED FOR THE GUARDIAN FICTION AWARD
Martyn Pig

Martyn Pig

Kevin Brooks

$14.99

'Did I hate him? Of course I hated him. But I never meant to kill him.' Martyn hated his Dad but he never meant him to die. And now he has to tell the police what happened. Or hide the body. Simple, right? Not quite. One story leads to another. Secrets and lies become darker and crazier. And then everything shatters. Life is never easy. But death is even harder.
Vivian versus America

Vivian versus America

Katie Coyle

$16.95

Seventeen-year-old Vivian Apple has just travelled across the country, fending off roving bands of indoctrinated teenagers, re-evaluated everything she ever thought was true, and uncovered the dark secrets about the recent so-called 'Rapture' and the Church of America. And now, she must rescue her maybe-boyfriend Peter from the Church before the world is (supposedly) due to end, which is in less than three months. It's been a busy apocalypse so far.Stranded in a city on the verge of complete panic, and faced with a society in an ever-increasing state of breakdown, Vivian and her friend Harp don't even know where to begin looking for Peter. But then a tip leads them to Los Angeles, and the somewhat unlikely location of the Chateau Marmont hotel. Vivian must save the day - or she'll lose everything worth living for a second time.? The stunning sequel to VIVIAN VERSUS THE APOCOLYPSE, one of the coolest debuts of 2013, from the Hot Key Books Young Writer's Prize winner Katie Coyle.
The Summer of Kicks

The Summer of Kicks

Dave Hackett

$19.95

Starrphyre is your average dorky 16-year-old, although with one difference. He has a very weird girly name, thanks to his hippy parents - a live-to-air radio sex therapist mum and a bass player dad from a tragic one-hit-wonder 80s metal band. A long hot summer stretches ahead of Starrphyre and all he wants is one date with his dream girl, Candace McAllister. But how can he get her to notice him when she's the star of every other high-school guy's fantasies? Perhaps starting a band with his video-game obsessed pals will do the trick...
A Little Something Different

A Little Something Different

Sandy Hall

$16.99

Lea and Gabe are in the same creative writing class. They get the same pop-culture references, order the same Chinese food and hang out in the same places. Unfortunately, Lea is reserved, Gabe has issues, and despite their initial mutual crush it looks like they are never going to work things out. But somehow, even when nothing is going on, something is happening between them, and everyone can see it. Their creative-writing teacher pushes them together. The baristas at the local Starbucks watch their relationship like a TV show. Their bus driver tells his wife about them. The waitress at the diner automatically seats them together. Now they just need to realize that they're meant for each other, and start falling in love ...This irresistible romance is told by all the people who are willing love to blossom in a unique multi-voice narrative structure. It is perfect for fans of Rainbow Rowell and John Green.
The Rapunzel Dilemma

The Rapunzel Dilemma

Jennifer Kloester

$16.99

Lily's had a charmed life so far, and now she's off to London to pursue her dream of becoming a great actor. But life at the London Drama Academy is full of surprises - and for the first time, Lily finds that things don't always go her way. It's not just the other students who are making life difficult. Lily's got a secret she's not sure how to handle, but she finds that a room in one of the Academy's deserted towers makes a perfect refuge. Lily can't stay locked in the tower forever, though. And when she meets the mysterious Ronan Carver, everything starts to change. A fast-paced modern fairytale and companion novel to The Cinderella Moment.
The Witch of Salt and Storm

The Witch of Salt and Storm

Kendall Kulper

$14.99

Sixteen-year-old Avery Roe wants only to take her rightful place as the sea witch of Prince Island, making the charms that keep the island's whalers safe and prosperous at sea. But before she could learn how to control her power, her mother - the first Roe woman in centuries to turn her back on magic - steals Avery away from her grandmother. Avery must escape before her grandmother dies, taking with her the secrets of the Roe's power. The one magical remnant left to Avery is the ability to read dreams, and one night she foresees her own murder. Time is running short, both for her and for the people of her island who need the witches' help to thrive. Avery has never read a dream that hasn't come true, but a tattooed harpoon boy named Tane tells her he can help her change her fate. Becoming a witch may prevent her murder and save her island from ruin, but Avery discovers it will also require a sacrifice she never expected. And as she falls in love with Tane, she learns it is his life and hers that hang in the balance.
The Realm of Possibility

The Realm of Possibility

David Levithan

$19.99

Enter The Realm of Possibility and meet a boy whose girlfriend is in love with Holden Caulfield; a girl who loves the boy who wears all black; two boys pondering their first anniversary; and a girl who writes love songs for a girl she can't have. These are just a few of the captivating characters readers will get to know in this intensely heartfelt new novel about those ever-changing moments of love and heartbreak that go hand-in-hand with high school. David Levithan plumbs the depths of teenage emotion to create an amazing array of voices. So, enter their intricately interconnected lives and prepare to welcome the realm of possibility open to us all.
Yolo

Yolo

Lauren Myracle

$11.99

It's freshman year of college for the winsome threesome and *everything* is different. For one, the best friends are facing their first semester apart. Way, way apart. Across the country. And it's not just the girls who are separated. Zoe's worried that Doug wants to break up now that they're at different schools and Maddie's boyfriend Ian is back in Georgia. And Angela joins a sorority, which is SO not a Maddie thing to do. In the face of change and diverging paths, Maddie's got a plan to keep the friends close and it involves embracing the present, making memories and skydiving! Using of-the-moment technology, Lauren brings her groundbreaking series into the brave new virtual world of texting and tweets.
Panic

Panic

Lauren Oliver

$14.99

An utterly gripping thriller from bestselling author Lauren Oliver. Panic began as so many things do in Carp, a poor town of twelve thousand people in the middle of nowhere: because it was summer, and there was nothing else to do. Heather never thought she would compete in panic, a legendary game played by graduating seniors, where the stakes are high and the payoff is even higher. She'd never thought of herself as fearless, the kind of person who would fight to stand out. But when she finds something, and someone, to fight for, she will discover that she is braver than she ever thought. Dodge has never been afraid of panic. His secret will fuel him, and get him all the way through the game; he's sure of it. But what he doesn't know is that he's not the only one with a secret. Everyone has something to play for. For Heather and Dodge, the game will bring new alliances, unexpected revelations, and the possibility of first love for each of them-and the knowledge that sometimes the very things we fear are those we need the most. In this gritty, spellbinding novel, bestselling author Lauren Oliver delivers a gripping narrative of friendship, courage, survival, and hope.
Gated

Gated

Amy Christine Parker ,  Amy Christine Parker

$16.99

A fast-paced, nerve-fraying contemporary thriller that questions loyalties and twists truths. Appearances can be deceiving. Lyla Hamilton is a loyal member of the Community. Her family was happy to be chosen by Pioneer to join such an lovely gated neighborhood. Here, life seems perfect. But after meeting Cody, an outsider boy, Lyla starts questioning Pioneer, her friends, her family--everything. And if there's one thing not allowed in the Community, it's doubt. As Pioneer cleverly manipulates his flock toward disaster, the real question is: Will Lyla follow her heart or follow Pioneer over the edge? From the outside looking in, it's hard to understand why anyone would join a cult. But Gated tells the story from the inside looking out, and from behind the gates things are not quite so simple. Amy Christine Parker's beautiful writing creates a chilling, utterly unique YA story. Perfect for fans of creepy thrillers and contemporary fiction alike. A tense psychological thriller that will leave you gasping for breath as you race to the very last page. --Gretchen McNeil, author of Ten HelloGiggles.com, August 3, 2013: When I found out that there was a YA book about cults, of course I had to read it. As it turns out, Amy Christine Parker's Gated is an awesome, creepy book that reminds me of my favorite cult films while still being surprising. Starred Review, Kirkus Reviews, June 15, 2013: Parker doesn't pull punches, indicating a level of brutality that will appropriately disturb even as it successfully conveys Lyla's complete entrapment in the Community. Compelling and not that distant from real-world cults that have ended in tragedy. Publishers Weekly, June 10, 2013: Parker skillfully explores the mindset and inner workings of an apocalyptic cult, steadily building toward the inevitable moment of truth...As for the apocalypse itself, Parker keeps things suitably ambiguous, resulting in a complex, intriguing tale rooted in real-world events. School Library Journal, October 2013: This well-plotted tale will allow readers a glimpse into the possible world of a doomsday cult...The language is accessible, making it a good choice for reluctant readers. After the last page is turned, the question will linger: 'Could I ever be deceived like this?' Examiner.com A well-rounded and thorough look into cults while still remaining entertaining throughout. I look forward to reading more of Parker's works in the future. From the Hardcover edition.
Lies Like Love

Lies Like Love

Louisa Reid

$14.99

A Brilliant Twist . (Sunday Express). Lies Like Love is the haunting and heart-breaking new novel from Louisa Reid, critically acclaimed author of Black Heart Blue. Lies. There were a few problems ...bullying ...a fire... (Like). I think she's verging on psychosis ...now she's lashing out . (Love). She's got no one else to fight for her. Sixteen year-old Audrey just wants to be normal. She's trying to fit in. But what happens when the person closest to you suffocates you with their love? What happens then? Praise for Louisa Reid: Absolutely wonderful . (Guardian). Emotive, sometimes shocking story . (Sunday Times). A moving, gripping story . (Sun). [Lies Like Love] ...chillingly unravels a dysfunctional relationship that threatens to destroy the love it feeds on. Reid evokes the uncertainty and joy of teenage romance with all its passion and pain and brilliantly controls the increasingly disturbing truth... . (Daily Mail). Heartbreaking...Demands to be read all at once, but will stay with you long after . (Teri Terry, author of the Slated trilogy). Stunning, shocking, sad and incredibly touching...You will read it in one sitting then want to share the book with someone else . (LoveReading). We read this in one sitting. (Teen Now). The debut author of 2012 to watch . (Film vs Book). About the author: Louisa Reid is married with two young daughters and currently teaches English in a girls' school in Cambridge. She is originally from Cheshire, studied English at Oxford and has lived in London and Zurich. Her pupils are definitely not the inspiration for her characters in her novels but witnessing their passion for great fiction inspired her to write for young adults.
Rain Dance

Rain Dance

Karen Wood

$15.99

Holly Harvey doesn't want to move to Gunnedah, far from her friends and her home near the beach. And she's a vegetarian, so living on a beef property, with cattle yards, polo ponies and pig-shooting, makes it even worse. She and Kaydon are worlds apart - until a fight breaks out at the fundraising ball.
The Mission

The Mission

Allen Zadoff

$14.99

He was the perfect assassin. No name. No past. No remorse. Perfect, that is, until he began to ask questions and challenge his orders. Now The Program is worried that their valuable soldier has become a liability. And so begins a new mission. A test of sorts. A chance to prove his loyalty. But nothing about this mission is as it seems: not The Program, his allegiances, nor the truth. More thrilling action-adventure from Allen Zadoff in the breathtaking sequel to The Hit (previously Boy Nobody).
Falling Into Place

Falling Into Place

Amy Zhang

$17.99

One cold fall day, high school junior Liz Emerson steers her car into a tree. This haunting and heartbreaking story is told by a surprising and unexpected narrator and unfolds in nonlinear flashbacks even as Liz's friends, foes, and family gather at the hospital and Liz clings to life.

"On the day Liz Emerson tries to die, they had reviewed Newton's Laws of Motion in physics class. Then, after school, she put them into practice by running her Mercedes off the road."

Why? Why did Liz Emerson decide that the world would be better off without her? Why did she give up? Vividly told by an unexpected narrator, this heartbreaking and nonlinear novel pieces together the short and devastating life of Meridian High's most popular junior girl. How do we impact one another? How do our actions reverberate? What does it mean to love someone? To be a friend? To be a daughter? Or a mother? Is life truly more than cause and effect?

Amy Zhang's haunting and universal story will appeal to fans of Lauren Oliver and Jay Asher.
The Highlanders: Brotherhood of Thieves #2

The Highlanders: Brotherhood of Thieves #2

Stuart Daly

$17.99

Passing two fiendishly difficult tests is just the beginning... All Caspan, Roland, Sara, Lachlan and Kilt need to do to become treasure hunters is undertake two final trials riddled with deadly traps and impossible puzzles. It's vital that they pass, because the Brotherhood needs them for an urgent mission - one that could save their kingdom. The five friends must ride their Wardens to the north, into the highlands. They must locate the powerful ancient weapon hidden there. And they must bring it back to the King. But the burial mound they seek is far from abandoned. It's inside a giant camp crowded with enemy warriors. How can they ever succeed?
Escape from Wolfhaven Castle: Impossible Quest #1

Escape from Wolfhaven Castle: Impossible Quest #1

Kate Forsyth

$7.99

Tell your lord to beware, the wolves smell danger in the wind. Wolfhaven Castle has been attacked, and only four escape capture...Tom, trained to scrub pots, not fight; Elanor, the Lord's daughter; Sebastian, a knight in training, and Quinn, the witch's apprentice. Somehow, if they are to save their people, these unlikely heroes must find four magical beasts from legend. But first, they have to make it out of the castle alive. Best-selling, award-winning storyteller, Kate Forsyth, weaves battles, beasts and bravery in this epic new five-book series.
Being Jack

Being Jack

Susanne Gervay ,  Cathy Wilcox

$14.99

The fourth and concluding book about Jack - an ordinary boy who does extraordinary things. Jack is in Year 6 now and still loves his photography, surfing, and crazy family. Things are going well for him, particularly at school, where he isn't bullied any more. But he notices that his best friend Christopher is being taunted and is starting to miss school and hiding out and avoiding everyone. And when a football match turns ugly and Jack and Christopher witness some unfair dirty play, they know that, again, the bullying has to stop.
Tiger Moth

Tiger Moth

Suzi Moore

$14.99

Ever since she was adopted by her parents, Culver Manor, with its hidden rooms and overgrown garden has been the one place Alice feels safe, the one place she can call home. Everything's perfect. Until it isn't. When she finds out her Mum is going to have a baby, Alice's world turns upside down. Will they love their real baby more than her? Why isn't she enough for them anymore? Alice doesn't know what to say, so she doesn't speak at all. She stays silent that day and the day after that, until six months have passed without her saying one single word. Zack has everything he could want. His dad's a film stuntman, he lives in the best house on the best street and is Mr Popular at school. Everything's perfect. Until it isn't. Zack's dad is killed on set and he and his mum are forced to sell their house and move to a tiny cottage by the sea. Ripped from the life he once knew, Zack is angry at the world and looking for trouble. Then he meets Alice, the girl who doesn't speak, and together they begin to realise that sometimes it's when life seems less than perfect that the most magical things can happen.
How to Save the Universe in 10 Easy Steps

How to Save the Universe in 10 Easy Steps

Allison Rushby

$12.99

Cooper can't believe that he and Molly are related, let alone twins. They are so different! He loves junk food. She calls it empty calories. He likes to crack jokes. She was born without a sense of humour. He's busy making plans for his gross-out tenth birthday party while Molly would rather take their dog, Jack, for a healthy walk. Their differences don't make sense. Until Molly tells him she's an alien who has been sent to protect Cooper and help him fulfil his destiny because one day he's going to save the universe. Cooper thinks Molly must be setting him up on some kind of prank TV show. Maybe she's got a sense of humour after all? But then intergalactic bounty hunters arrive in Peregrination (population: 203) and strange things start happening to Cooper. Either he's crazy or he really is in danger. And if he is in danger, so is the universe...
Nightmares!

Nightmares!

Jason Segel ,  Kirsten Miller

$16.99

Eleven-year-old Charlie Laird is desperate for a good night's sleep - or even just a nap. Ever since he moved into his stepmother's mysterious purple mansion, Charlie's life has become a living nightmare. A terrifying witch haunts every second of his sleep and now the dread that fills his dreams is creeping into the waking world. As President Fear and his fellow Nightmares feed off the unease that is spreading rapidly across the town, the Nightmare world threatens to take over. Only by finding the courage to face their deepest, darkest fears can Charlie and his friends conquer the creatures of the night and save the day.
Grimsdon

Grimsdon

Deborah Abela

$16.99

Grimsdon is in ruins. Three years ago a massive wave broke its barriers and the sea flooded this grand city. Most were saved, some were lost - and some were left behind. Isabella Charm and her best friend, Griffin, live with three other children in the top of an opulent mansion. They've survived with the help of Griffin's brilliant inventions, Isabella's fighting skills and their vow to look after each other. But what will happen when a newcomer arrives in his flying machine? Grimsdon is full of hidden perils, from bounty hunters to sneaker waves. Could Xavier's daredevil risks put all their lives in danger?
New City

New City

Deborah Abela

$16.99

Isabella and her friends are nervous about what they'll find in the New City. It's inland and it's dry - far from the flooded city they've just left. Will their lives here be as luxurious and carefree as Xavier says? In fact, bleak, uncertain times have brought darkness and danger to New City. The city has been divided in two: the citizens who have, and those who the ruling Major General says have come to steal from them - the refugees who have fled the rising waters, who are imprisoned in a camp on the edge of the city. The kids of Grimsdon once faced sea monsters and evil harbour lords, but now they face new threats. From freakish weather events that whip up with little warning to the fierce misinformation that swirls around the city to the theft of their freedom, now they face the prison-like restrictions and control of the New City. Unlike the refugees, they're heralded as heroes. But what does the Major General really want from them?
The Final Years at Malory Towers

The Final Years at Malory Towers

Enid Blyton

$19.95

This is a fantastic bumper volume of classic stories from a much-loved author. It's nearly the end of her time at Malory Towers, and Felicity is determined to have lots of fun and games with her school friends. But they weren't expecting to find a thief in their midst, or be put in charge of naughty first-formers - or to see the return of a very old friend...This bumper volume includes the final three Malory Towers stories: Fun and Games at Malory Towers; Secrets at Malory Towers; and Goodbye Malory Towers.
Stay Where You are and Then Leave

Stay Where You are and Then Leave

John Boyne

$16.99

The day the First World War broke out, Alfie Summerfield's father promised he wouldn't go away to fight - but he broke that promise the following day. Four years later, Alfie doesn't know where his father might be, other than that he's away on a special, secret mission. Then, while shining shoes at King's Cross Station, Alfie unexpectedly sees his father's name - on a sheaf of papers belonging to a military doctor. Bewildered and confused, Alfie realises his father is in a hospital close by - a hospital treating soldiers with an unusual condition. Alfie is determined to rescue his father from this strange, unnerving place...
What We Found in the Sofa and How it Saved the World

What We Found in the Sofa and How it Saved the World

Henry Clark

$9.99

The adventure of a lifetime begins between two sofa cushions...When River, Freak, and Fiona discover a mysterious sofa sitting at their bus stop, their search for loose change produces a rare zucchini-colored crayon. Little do they know this peculiar treasure is about to launch them into the middle of a plot to conquer the world! The kids' only hope is to trap the plot's mastermind when he comes to steal the crayon. But how can three kids from the middle of nowhere stop an evil billionaire? With the help of an eccentric neighbor, an artificially intelligent domino, a DNA-analyzing tray, two hot air balloons, and a cat named Mucus, they just might be able to save the planet. This clever comic adventure from debut author Henry Clark is a truly original and utterly wacky story about the importance of intelligence and curiosity in a complacent world.
The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns

The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns

Chris Colfer

$14.99

Alex and Conner Bailey have not been back to the magical Land of Stories since their adventures in The Wishing Spell ended. But one night, they learn the famed Enchantress has kidnapped their mother. Against the will of their grandmother (the one and only Fairy Godmother), the twins must find their own way into the Land of Stories to rescue their mother and save the fairy tale world from the greatest threat it's ever faced.
The Name at the End of the Ladder

The Name at the End of the Ladder

Elena de Roo

$14.95

Win the game to choose your name and free the players who remain. Twelve-year-old September is determined to choose an adventurous name for herself from the Name Bank - not like all her friends, who are named after flowers or trees. Soon she discovers that she has no choice, unless she wins an ancient and mysterious board game. And every roll of the dice leads her further into danger.
Arrowhead

Arrowhead

Ruth Eastham

$14.99

When thirteen-year-old Jack moves to Norway, he's sure there's no truth in the local myths and legends. But then he comes face to face with one: the body of a Norse warrior boy, frozen in the ice, and carrying with him an ancient arrowhead - that contains a terrible curse. If Jack's going to survive, he has to overcome both an ancient wrong and a newly-risen enemy in this thrilling adventure from an award-winning author.
Caro Was Here

Caro Was Here

Elizabeth Farrelly

$16.95

Skipping school to lead a group of friends - and enemies - on an adult-free excursion to an island in Sydney Harbour is Caro's idea of a twelfth birthday outing. Marooned overnight? She can handle that too. But the challenges multiply. They're not alone on the island, and Caro must save her friends from life-threatening danger...
Michael

Michael

Phillip Gwynne

$9.99

Stuff happens sometimes. Everyday stuff. At school, at home, with sport, with mates. For Ned it happened with a new teacher. For Sean it happened starting at a new school. For Michael it happened when he thought he was disappointing his parents. For Jack it happened when a game at recess went wrong.
Sean

Sean

Will Kostakis

$9.99

Stuff happens sometimes. Everyday stuff. At school, at home, with sport, with mates. For Ned it happened with a new teacher. For Sean it happened starting at a new school. For Michael it happened when he thought he was disappointing his parents. For Jack it happened when a game at recess went wrong.
The Midnight Zoo

The Midnight Zoo

Sonya Hartnett

$16.99

Her muzzle wrinkled, and Andrej saw a glimpse of teeth and pale tongue. 'They smell the same, ' the lioness murmured. 'My cubs smelt as she does. Like pollen.' She breathed deeply again, and Andrej saw the missing cubs returning to her on the wings of the baby's perfume. 'All young ones must come from the same place,' she said: then sat down on her haunches, seemingly satisfied. Under cover of darkness, two brothers cross a war-ravaged countryside carrying a secret bundle. One night they stumble across a deserted town reduced to smouldering ruins. But at the end of a blackened street they find a small green miracle: a zoo filled with animals in need of hope. A moving and ageless fable about war, and freedom.
Alice-Miranda at Camp

Alice-Miranda at Camp

Jacqueline Harvey

$15.99

This school camp is full of secrets and surprises! An exciting announcement has been made and Alice-Miranda and her schoolmates are going on camp. There are sleep outs, treasure hunts and so many other activities to look forward to! However, it's not all fun and games. Alice-Miranda and Millie will need to keep a close eye on Caprice, the school's newest student, who seems determined to cause trouble. Next door to the camp is Pelham Park, where Alice-Miranda's father, Hugh, grew up. These days, Hugh's beautiful old house serves as a retirement home but when some startling objects are uncovered in its cellar, the peaceful estate is turned upside down. With help from a much-loved relative, Alice-Miranda sets out to investigate.
Malini: Through My Eyes

Malini: Through My Eyes

Robert Hillman ,  Lyn White

$15.99

Malini lives with her parents and young sister, Banni, in northern Sri Lanka. As the civil war heads towards its catastrophic end, Malini and her family are herded by Tamil Tiger troops towards the coast where they will act as human shields, along with thousands of other Tamil civilians. When Malini's father pushes a mobile phone into her hands and tells her to run off into the forest with Banni, Malini does as she is told. But then the shelling begins, and Malini has no way of finding her mother and father. With the role of parent thrust upon her, Malini has no choice but to travel to her grandfather's village a long way inland. She and Banni will need to keep off the highways and stay alert for soldiers from all sides. But where will the next meal come from? Who can they trust? Where will they shelter? And will they ever be reunited with their parents again? The uplifting story of one girl's odyssey through war-torn Sri Lanka.
Young Sherlock Holmes 7: Stone Cold

Young Sherlock Holmes 7: Stone Cold

Andrew Lane

$16.99

Following his last thrilling adventure Sherlock Holmes has been sent to live in Oxford to focus on his education. But something strange is happening in the university pathology labs. Body parts are being stolen from corpses and are being posted one by one to an address in London. What can these sinister goings-on mean, and what message is someone trying to send? In an attempt to find out, Sherlock follows the trail to a very sinister house deep in the countryside. Can he get to the bottom of another baffling mystery? Sherlock Holmes: think you know him? Think again.
Billy's Blitz

Billy's Blitz

Barbara Mitchelhill

$16.99

When War breaks out, Billy's dad joins the army and most of his friends are evacuated from Balham, South London. But Billy's mum doesn't believe the bombs will ever fall on them and she refuses to send him and his sister Rose away. Life in Balham has certainly changed for Billy: no school, no friends and, because of rationing, no treats. But by September 1940, things are about to get a lot worse. Hitler has a plan for the destruction of London and soon Billy is caught up in the Blitz: an event so terrifying, it will take every ounce of courage for him to survive in war-torn Balham and keep his family together.
The Phoenix Code

The Phoenix Code

Helen Moss

$14.99

When Ryan Flint accompanies his journalist mother to an archaeological expedition in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, he isn't expecting life-threatening danger and a 3,000-year-old murder mystery - but that's exactly what he finds! Before he knows it, he has joined forces with Cleo McNeil, an archaeologist's daughter, to solve secret codes, discover an ancient treasure and outwit a strange cult intent on gaining possession of the relic. Can Ryan and Cleo unravel the mystery and solve the Phoenix Code before it's too late? Indiana Jones meets THE DA VINCI CODE in this exciting new series for readers of 9+.
The House of Puzzles

The House of Puzzles

Richard Newsome

$16.99

A mysterious coded message. A search for a fabled perpetual motion machine. A horse ride from hell. And a night in the exclusive Billionaire's Club House of Puzzles. If Gerald thought his term in a Scottish Highlands school camp was going to be all snow-covered heather and tartan rugs he couldn't have been more wrong. With Professor McElderry in the clutches of Gerald's nemesis Sir Mason Green and a seemingly impossible task required to save his life, the stakes are high and the heat is on. In The House of Puzzles, the fifth book of the Billionaire Series, Gerald, Ruby Sam and Felicity face their greatest challenge yet.
4

4

James Phelan

$14.99

13 books. 13 nightmares. 1 destiny. Are you one of them? You're always going to be too late, boy. After a dramatic sea rescue in Japan, Sam meets powerful friends ready to help him in his quest for the Dream Gate. He sets off for Cambodia, racing to find the last 13's tenth Dreamer. Eva faces her worst fear in the Dream Doors competition as her team desperately tries to find Solaris' hidden Gears. Meanwhile, Alex is headed out on unknown waters with the enigmatic Hans. At the legendary temple of Ankgor Wat, Sam must deal with ancient traps to escape with the next Gear. But the cost will be unimaginable. Will Sam be able to go on? He must carry on the fight. The world cannot survive without him.
The Lost Children

The Lost Children

Gilian Philip

$14.99

The secrets of the island will be revealed...When Molly and her little brother Jack visit their rich relatives on Ravenstorm Island, Molly feels immediately on edge. An elderly butler gives them bizarre warnings, eerie statues of children are dotted around the island, and - worse - she's expected to be friends with her moody cousin, Arthur. But things become much worse when Jack disappears - and no one else on the island remembers he ever existed! Molly and Arthur must work together to save Jack. They unlock a hidden world of vicious spirits, but will they uncover the secret behind the Lost Children before it's too late?
Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet

Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet

Dav Pilkey

$14.99

When the Incredible Robo-Plunger defeated the evil Turbo Toilet 2000, George and Harold thought their toilet troubles were over. Unfortunately, their porcelain problems were only beginning. Just when you thought it was safe to flush...The Turbo Toilet 2000 strikes back! The carnivorous commode known for devouring everything in its path has built up a real appetite ...for REVENGE! Join Captain Underpants for another epic showdown of Wedgie Power vs. Potty Power!
Deadly D and Justice Jones: Rising Star

Deadly D and Justice Jones: Rising Star

Scott Prince ,  David Hartley

$12.95

Age range 7-14 Deadly D and Justice Jones return in their most exciting and funny story yet! The action-packed, rugby league adventures of Deadly D and Justice Jones just got a whole lot deadlier. As Deadly D continues to be the NRL's hottest superstar, Dylan's secret has fallen into the hands of a nasty newspaper reporter who can't wait to tell the world! How will Dylan and Justice stop the curse from being revealed? If you liked the first book, this story will get you lacing up your footy boots again!
Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor

Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor

Jon Scieszka ,  Brian Biggs

$11.99

Frank Einstein loves to tinker, build and take things apart. He loves to observe, hypothesise, experiment and invent. Frank Einstein is a kid genius who loves figuring out how the world works by creating household contraptions that are part science, part imagination and definitely unusual. After an uneventful experiment with a garage-lab artificially intelligent RoboBug, a lightning storm and a flash of electricity, Frank's inventions--the robots Klink and Klank--suddenly come to life. Not exactly the ideal lab partners, the wise-cracking Klink and the overly expressive Klank are a help nonetheless as Frank attempts to perfect his Dark Energy Drive ...that is until Frank's arch nemesis, T. Edison, steals Klink and Klank for his evil doomsday plan! With the help of his friends, Frank sets out to rescue the robots and stop T. Edison from carrying out his twisted plans! Using real science and drawing inspiration from the classic pulp stories of Tom Swift, Jon Scieszka has created a unique world of adventure and science fiction.
The Great War: An Anthology of Stories Inspired by Objects from the First World War

The Great War: An Anthology of Stories Inspired by Objects from the First World War

$27.95

This is a moving anthology of stories inspired by objects from the First World War, illustrated by Jim Kay. The Great War is a powerful collection of stories by bestselling authors, each inspired by a different object from the First World War. From a soldier's writing case to the nose of a Zeppelin bomb, each object illuminates an aspect of life during the war, and each story reminds us of the millions of individual lives that were changed forever by the four years of fighting. This remarkable book is illustrated by the Kate Greenaway Medal-winning Jim Kay. It features new work from: AL Kennedy; Tracy Chevalier; Michael Morpurgo; David Almond; Marcus Sedgwick; Adele Geras; Ursula Dubosarsky; John Boyne; Timothee de Fombelle; Sheena Wilkinson; and, Tanya Lee Stone. It is a truly unique and thought-provoking anthology. Gripping stories by some of the world's leading writers will bring the First World War alive for children. Jim Kay won the Kate Greenaway Medal for A Monster Calls, and was recently chosen by J.K. Rowling to illustrate the new full-colour editions of the Harry Potter series. Photographs of the objects which inspired each story will feature in the book. It is published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Loot: How to Steal a Fortune

Loot: How to Steal a Fortune

Jude Watson

$16.99

LOOT hits the jackpot. -- Rick Riordan, #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author On a foggy night in Amsterdam, a man falls from a rooftop to the wet pavement below. It's Alfie McQuinn, the notorious cat burglar, and he's dying. As sirens wail in the distance, Alfie manages to get out two last words to his young son, March: Find jewels. But March learns that his father is not talking about a stash of loot. He's talking about Jules, the twin sister March never knew he had. No sooner than the two find each other, they're picked up by the police and sent to the world's worst orphanage. It's not prison, but it feels like it. March and Jules have no intention of staying put. They know their father's business inside and out, and they're tired of being pushed around. Just one good heist, and they'll live the life of riches and freedom most kids only dream about. Watch out! There are wild kids on the loose and a crime spree coming . . .
Izzy's River

Izzy's River

Holly Webb

$11.99

The second of four fabulous books for 9+ girls about friendship in an environmentally challenged world. Izzy and Willow are being taken for a walk along the river by Emily's boisterous dog, Billy, when he decides to chase after a water-rat. Both animals land in the river, which is so choked with rubbish that Billy can't get out. His paw is stuck in an old bike wheel and the girls must work together to free him. The adventure gives Izzy a great idea for their next project, though, and it's a very very muddy one -
Maya's Secret

Maya's Secret

Holly Webb

$11.99

The first of four fabulous books for 9+ girls about friendship in an environmentally challenged world. Researching her school project on fair-trade has been a real eye-opener for Maya. She loves clothes and is appalled to find that her favourite sparkly t-shirts are made by poor children in other countries, who lead lives very different from her own, privileged one. She knows she must do something about it, but how can she make a difference without revealing her pop star secret to the world?
Paper Planes

Paper Planes

Allayne Webster

$16.99

Niko and his family are trapped in Sarajevo during the Bosnian War. The siege lasts for three years and Niko's family struggle to find enough food and avoid the snipers whose targets are civilians in the streets. Niko and his friend Nadim take refuge from the bombing in the stairwell of their apartment building and together they find hope in the midst of a war they did not start but must try to survive.
Spud and Charli

Spud and Charli

Samantha Wheeler

$14.95

Charli is at riding camp, where her dream is about to come true - she will finally learn to ride a real, live horse. But when show-off Mikaela picks the horse Charli wants, her heart bungees to her toes. Instead of the beautiful palomino Razz, Charli's stuck riding the massive retired racehorse Spud. And what about the bats that fill the night sky? Don't bats spread deadly diseases? Riding camp isn't turning out the way Charli planned, especially when she finds herself in the middle of a life-threatening disaster. An action-packed adventure about horses, bats and getting carried away by your imagination.
Diamond

Diamond

Jacqueline Wilson ,  Nick Sharratt

$17.99

Diamond wasn't always a star. Born to penniless parents who longed for a strong, healthy son, she was a dainty, delicate daughter - and a bitter disappointment. Discovering an extraordinary gift for acrobatics, Diamond uses her talent to earn a few pennies, but brings shame on her family. When a mysterious, cruel-eyed stranger spots her performing, Diamond is sold - and is taken to become an acrobat at Tanglefield's Travelling Circus. The crowds adore Diamond, but life behind the velvet curtains is far from glamorous. Her wicked master forces Diamond to attempt ever more daring tricks, until she is terrified to step into the ring. But there are true friends to be found, too: the gentle Mister Marvel; the kindly Madame Adeline; and the glorious Emerald Star, Tanglefield's brand-new ringmaster, and Diamond's heroine. When life at the circus becomes too dangerous to bear any longer, what will the future hold for Diamond? And will her beloved Emerald be a part of it?
Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt

Sally Rippin ,  Aki Fukuoka

$9.95

Billie and the Secret Mystery Club have been given a very important mystery to solve for the principal at school. A long time ago, a time capsule was hidden in the school somewhere, and it's up to the SMC to find it!
Asterix Omnibus 8

Asterix Omnibus 8

Rene Goscinny ,  Albert Uderzo

$35.00

In this special collectors' edition, books 22 to 24 are brought together in one fabulous volume. In ASTERIX AND THE GREAT CROSSING, a storm blows Asterix and Obelix off course. Luckily they land on the shores of a Roman colony - or is it? Teepees, totems, gobbling birds: it's not what they're used to. Julius Caesar sends Caius Preposterus, graduate of the Latin School of Economics, to corrupt the indomitable Gauls in OBELIX AND CO. Obelix's menhir trade is soon thriving - but does wealth bring happiness? In ASTERIX IN BELGIUM, the Gauls compete with the Belgian tribes to determine who is the bravest. But if the two groups unite, will Caesar meet his Waterloo? There is no better way to enjoy the antics of our indomitable hero and his friends.
Draw, Paint and Print Like Great Artists

Draw, Paint and Print Like Great Artists

Marion Deuchars

$24.95

In this imaginative new activity book, Marion Deuchars makes learning about art fun. Young readers are introduced to 18 great artists, then encouraged to try out the techniques that lie behind their greatest works. Short and accessible facts about each artist's life and works are followed by creative projects that Marion has devised based on the artist's particular techniques. Take your pencil for a walk in the spirit of Paul Klee, experiment with colour like Miro or create your own Cubist-inspired artwork.
$1 Coin Collection

$1 Coin Collection

Julian Gray

$9.99

A $1-coin collection book that includes a description and background information about every Australian $1 coin ever produced for circulation. Also includes a question-and-answer section that provides interesting information on such topics as $1 coin production and mintage figures. Features a page for the reader to design their own dollar coin. Comes with a coin-presentation wallet that allows the reader to store each $1 coin they collect - a perfect start for a new hobby!
Edmund Barton: Our First P.M.

Edmund Barton: Our First P.M.

Allan Drummond

$15.00

Edmund Barton might have become one of Australia's greatest ever cricket umpires, until politics got in the way. Standing behind the bowler's arm, or at square leg, he was always fair and impartial. That's how he was as a politician too. He could lead angry men, from opposite sides of an argument, to agree on one solution.

You could argue that Federation would never have happened without him. You could argue that he was one of the most influential people in Australian history.

He also ate and drank too much!
Elizabeth Macarthur: The Power Behind John

Elizabeth Macarthur: The Power Behind John

Allan Drummond

$15.00

It is often said that John Macarthur was the father of the wool industry in Australia. But he spent so much time exiled in England, leaving his good wife in charge, that she surely deserves to be acknowledged as the more important parent who enabled Australia to 'ride on the sheep's back' for so long.
River Boy

River Boy

Garry Duncan ,  Elizabeth Frankel

$19.95

Age range 4-10 Grandfather and his young Grandson embark on an adventure of exploration and discovery of the lower reaches of the Murray River. River Boy focuses on the current circumstance of environmental decline, and along their adventure explores the changes Grandfather has seen since he was a young boy. A gentle, sentimental story that highlights the many uses of the river, the beauty of its natural environment, and the wildlife that depend on it, but also how man has significantly altered things over the past few generations.
The Rescue Ark

The Rescue Ark

Susan Hall ,  Naomi Zouwer

$18.99

Age range: 3+ The Rescue Ark is travelling around Australia helping endangered animals! Watch the wombats, parrots, potoroos, quolls and many more make their way onto the Ark. This picture book, illustrated with wonderful collages, keys into the increasing awareness about our endangered animals by young children and their parents. Firstly, have fun tracing the Ark's journey on the colourful map of Australia and reading about the animals that will be collected on its way around the coast. Then, help the animals onto the Ark by singing or reading the rhymes. At the end of the book, find out if the Aussie children make the world safe for their animals again. In the back pages, learn more about these endangered animals in an easy-to-read fast facts text with photographs of the real animals.
Captain Starlight

Captain Starlight

Jane Smith

$14.99

The fifth book in the series features the two men known as "Captain Starlight". Both were bushrangers who travelled widely across the country in the second half of the 19th Century, and although their backgrounds and their crimes differed greatly, they are linked by their connection with a character from a novel. Frank Pearson was the first "Starlight who burst onto the scene in 1868, when he abandoned his practice as a doctor, stole a horse and took off on a bushranging spree that ended in a shoot out and the death of a policeman.

Pearson was a very talented man: intelligent, well educated and well read, and a clever artist and composer. He was also a pathological liar with no moral compass whatsoever. He had so many aliases that we dont even know what his real name was. The other was Henry Readford, whose stunning theft of 1000 cattle was the inspiration for the fictional character "Captain Starlight" in Rolf Boldrewoods novel Robbery Under Arms.
The Great Big Book of Aussie Inventions

The Great Big Book of Aussie Inventions

Chris Roy Taylor

$17.50

With over 100 amazing Aussie inventions! The Great BIG Book of Aussie Inventions takes you on a colourful, panoramic journey from the Aussie bush to the coast and introduces you to some of the weird, whacky and amazing inventions that have come from the land Down Under. Most people know popular Aussie inventions such as the boomerang, the Hills Hoist and the Lamington. But did you also know that Aussies invented the army tank, plastic money and shoe polish? You'll have hours of fun discovering and learning about Australia's well known and more obscure inventions...try and find the elusive Bunyips hidden on each page.
Two Tales of Twins from Ancient Greece and Rome

Two Tales of Twins from Ancient Greece and Rome

Ursula Dubosarsky

$19.99

Twin baby gods with extraordinary powers from birth; twin boys brought up by a wolf, whose quarrel will one day make the greatest city in the world: from the pen of multi-award winning author Ursula Dubosarsky comes this fresh and lively retelling of two great myths from Greece and Rome, re-imagined fro young readers, and illustrated in gorgeous classical style by David Allan.
Ballet Stories

Ballet Stories

Margaret Greaves ,  Lisa Kopper

$27.95

Beloved by all little girls, ballet stories enchant and open a world of magic. This collection of eight favourite ballet stories is filled with that magic and promise. The stories and sparkling illustrations will delight for years.
The Totally Amazing Atlas of the World

The Totally Amazing Atlas of the World

Jen Green

$29.95

Hold the world in your hands with this bright, colourful and highly interactive atlas! Designed specifically to make the vast reaches of our planet tangible for a young audience, it presents the world as a place rich in discoveries that readers themselves can make on its pages. Divided by continent, there are lavish gatefolds with textured artworks that show biomes and terrains as well as wildlife, and further maps that show people, places and political boundaries. Discover people, creatures and amazing physical and manmade features, and find out how every part of our planet is both vital and connected.
Welcome to the Family

Welcome to the Family

Mary Hoffman ,  Ros Asquith

$24.95

This book takes one element of The Great Big Book of Families - the arrival of new members into a family - and explores all the different ways a baby or child can become part of a family. The book includes natural birth within a nuclear family, adoption, fostering, same sex families and many other aspects of bringing babies or children into a family. The approach will follow the Great Big Book series, with twelve double spreads each exploring one theme, and including lots of humour, jokes and fun along the way. This is a unique information book, with an important and positive message - every family is different and every family is equally valid and special, no matter how or when the children arrive.
Where Can I Go? Big City Explorer: Amazing World City Maps and Facts

Where Can I Go? Big City Explorer: Amazing World City Maps and Facts

Maggie Li

$24.99

* A one-stop guide to 28 great cities around the world * Features a compass in the cover that is detachable * Packed with information, colour illustrations and educational fun * Masses of fun details to look at on every page. Join Penguin as he travels through some of the most amazing cities in the world in Big City Explorer. Learn about Istanbul, London, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Moscow, Rome, Berlin, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, Dublin, Mexico City, Singapore, Madrid, Cairo, Dubai, Sydney, Auckland, Amsterdam, Toronto, Cape Town, Mumbai, Washington, D.C. and Chicago. Each city has its own double-page spread including a map of the central district, showing sites, cultural information, hot spots and famous landmarks. Look out for over 100 special details within the pages waiting to be explored! Approximately 4,200 words Age range: 5 upwards
The Teenage Guide to Stress

The Teenage Guide to Stress

Nicola Morgan

$16.95

Nicola Morgan is an established expert on the teenage brain and adolescent stress, known for her engaging, clear style. She is the author of the internationally renowned Blame My Brain: The Amazing Teenage Brain Revealed (shortlisted for the Aventis prize for science) and has spoken in schools and at conferences around the world. Now The Teenage Guide to Stress - written for teenagers but essential for adults who want to understand - tackles all the external stresses that teenagers face, including feelings of anger, sadness (and depression), fear and failure; issues caused by changing bodies, body hatred, weight problems, eating disorders and self-harm; pressures of exams and schoolwork; sleep problems; changing relationships with friends and family; boyfriend/girlfriend issues and sexual pressures; bullying and cyber-bullying; problems arising from the internet; and looks at how pre-existing conditions such as OCD and dyslexia may be affected by adolescence. As well as a sympathetic, practical and positive look at all those stresses, The Teenage Guide to Stress clearly explains the biology behind stress and, crucially, a huge range of strategies and suggestions to deal with it and prevent negative symptoms. A list of useful resources completes this fantastically wide-ranging, reassuring, eye-opening and comprehensive guide for young people, empowering them to take control of their mental health.
War Hero Bear

War Hero Bear

Jenny Robertson ,  Tim Archbold

$17.99

When a tiny orphaned bear cub is adopted by Polish soldiers during World War II, little does anyone know that little Wojtek will become one of the bravest fighters of them all. As the soldiers train to take part in some of the fiercest fighting of the war, Wojtek grows up, providing headaches and laughter in equal measure as he learns to drink beer, chase horses and wrestle with his human friends. But at Monte Cassino, as the Allies try and dislodge German troops from their mountain-top eyrie, Wojtek, now a fully signed-up solider with his own rank and number, comes into his own, dodging the bullets to carry ammunition to his comrades as they inch their way to victory. After the war, the Polish solders move to Scotland. Wojtek comes too and soon becomes the centre of attention in a new country. But with hostilities ended, how long can he keep his freedom? Best-selling children's author Jenny Robertson explores the themes of friendship and trust in this moving and inspirational story.
Breaking Free: True Stories of Girls Who Escaped Modern Slavery

Breaking Free: True Stories of Girls Who Escaped Modern Slavery

Abby Sher

$14.99

Breaking Free: True Stories of Girls Who Escaped Modern Slavery, by award-winning author Abby Sher, explores the global issue of human sex trafficking from a survivor's point of view. It recounts the harrowing stories of three courageous women--Somaly Mam, Minh Dang, and Maria Suarez--who were all forced into sexual slavery as children.

After escaping their captors, these three women could easily have become voiceless victims, lost to the horrors of their own histories; instead, they have each become leading advocates and activists in the anti-trafficking movement.With help from Somaly, Maria, Minh, and many other survivors and counselors, 

Sher tells the riveting story of what it means to be liberated from sexual trafficking and find the trust and conviction to help educate new survivors. With breath-taking honesty and simplicity, this book sends the message that, even in the most tragic circumstances, the unwavering hope and compassion of the human spirit can and will shine through.

A Note from the Author and Publisher: June 3, 2014

Dear Readers, Students, and Educators:  Breaking Free: True Stories of Girls Who Escaped Modern Slavery  recounts the harrowing stories of three women - Somaly Mam, Minh Dang, and Maria Suarez - each of whom have become leading advocates and activists in the anti-trafficking movement.

Within a few weeks of the book's release, Newsweek Magazine published an article (May 30th, 2014 issue) reporting that Somaly Mam had fabricated and embellished her life story. As a result, Somaly Mam has resigned as president of her Foundation.

To say the least, this news came as a complete surprise to us. These accusations are extremely disturbing and disappointing, and we sincerely apologise for any alleged fictitious content in our book regarding Somaly's story. Nonetheless, we continue to believe that the work of Minh, Maria, and other human rights activists and organisations should not be tarnished as a result of these revelations concerning one individual. The work they do to rescue girls who have fallen victim to the scourge of human trafficking can and should be respected, even in light of this recent development.

The author and staff of Barron's Educational Series hope that you still find this book to be an informative and thought-provoking call-to-action for all those committed to ending human trafficking.

Sincerely yours, Abby Sher
The Staff of Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
My Big Fast Car Book

My Big Fast Car Book

$12.99

All your favourite fast cars in one big book, presented in popular groupings such as On the Track, Supercars and Classic Cars, plus special features on some of the best and most iconic cars such as the Ferrari Enzo, Ford Mustand and Bugatti Veyron.
Mummy

Mummy

Henrietta McCall ,  Antram Dave

$15.95

Discover everything you'd want to know about the creepy, mysterious mummies of ancient Egypt. With fantastic split pages, you'll gain an interesting insight into how mummies were made: from wrappings to resin, from natron to natural preservation. With clear, accessible captions and stunning full colour illustrations, this title in the brand new Time Shift series offers a highly visual approach to learning about this important and fascinating topic. The Time Shift series explores exciting man-made inventions and natural phenomena, with a view to offering a glimpse inside the structures and workings of these magnificent creations. From mysterious Egyptian mummies to wonders of the world, uncover a host of information about some of the world's most fascinating subjects. Each title features unique split pages, timelines and a comprehensive glossary and index.
50 Science Things to Make and Do

50 Science Things to Make and Do

Georgina Andrews ,  Kate Knighton

$12.99

This title contains 50 stimulating and original activities, including foaming monsters, hanging crystals and kaleidoscopes. It offers a fresh and exciting approach to the practical world of science, combining creative arts and crafts activities with the basics of physics, chemistry and biology. Every card contains a separate activity that is beautifully illustrated and shows clear, step-by-step instructions. It is spiral bound to allow easy use and transportation, and means no card will ever get lost!
Shocking Electricity

Shocking Electricity

Tony De Saulles ,  Nick Arnold

$14.99

Horrible Science: Shocking Electricity is packed with sizzling zap-fillied facts to electrify every reader. Children can find out about the scientist who gave electric shocks to his eyeballs, that lightning can strike you with heat five times hotter than the sun and much more besides! Redesigned in a bold, funky new look for the next generation of Horrible Science fans.
Space, Stars and Slimy Aliens

Space, Stars and Slimy Aliens

Nick Arnold ,  Tony De Saulles

$14.99

HORRIBLE SCIENCE: SPACE, STARS AND SLIMY ALIENS is bursting a space-hopping book of stunning science. Zoom to the stars with Oddblob the alien, and take part in a spacewalk that's out of this world and learn what the moon smells like. Find out all the horrible facts about space like which astronomers killed people and why space makes your guts explode! Zoom around the planets, learn which galaxies eat each other, and see if you can spot a little green man while you're there! Redesigned in a bold, funky new look for the next generation of HORRIBLE SCIENCE fans.
The Ultimate Guide to Science

The Ultimate Guide to Science

$19.99

Instant access to thousands of facts! Every fact imaginable combines to create one definitive and authoritative science resource. Jam-packed with diagrams, lists, statistics, maps, graphs, definitions and simple explanations of concepts - gathered from the most reliable sources and experts.Contents include the natural world and the environment, the human body, disease and medication, invention and industry, computers and robots, our solar system and life in space.
Planets

Planets

James Buckley

$6.99

Discover More Readers: Planets is a Level 1 Reader (ages 4-6) packed with key facts, vivid diagrams, exciting photographs and simple sentences to explain it all. Early readers can discover how planets were formed, why they attract stars, moons, and satellites and all about the Milky Way galaxy. Comes with free digital book featuring extra content, games and activities, plus audio and video enhancements.
Really Really Big Questions About Science

Really Really Big Questions About Science

Holly Cave ,  Stephen Law

$24.99

Really Really Big Questions About Science is an unusual and fun introduction to science and philosophy that explores important, weird and often unanswered questions, such as What's the best invention? What makes something funny? and Is it right to test medicine on animals? Witty, thought-provoking text and humorous, retro-cool illustrations make this journey an unforgettable one! Really Really Big Questions About Science is the latest in this highly acclaimed philosophy series. It is definitely worth spending time on every page of this life-enhancing book. Every home should have a copy. The Independent, on Really Really Big Questions
The Human Body in 30 Seconds: 30 Gut-busting Topics for Human Body Owners Explained in Half a Minute

The Human Body in 30 Seconds: 30 Gut-busting Topics for Human Body Owners Explained in Half a Minute

Anna Claybourne ,  Wesley Robins

$19.99

In this exciting title for budding biologists everywhere, every inch of the human body is explored and explained, from what happens to food when you swallow it, and how your lungs and heart work, to what a cell actually is, and how your DNA makes you unique. Six themed sections– each with its own glossary – cover Body Bits, Body Structure, Survival Systems, Brain and Nervous System, Senses, and Your Amazing Body. 
Bone Collection - Skulls

Bone Collection - Skulls

Rob Colson ,  Sandra Doyle

$14.99

A spectacular collection of skulls from some of the world's fascinating animals. Look beneath the skin and flesh to find some of nature's most amazing structures.
Dinosaur Poo

Dinosaur Poo

Fox, Christyan & Diane

$24.95

In rollicking, fast-paced verse and colourful illustrations with strategic die-cut flaps, dinosaurs hunt for the largest poo. The queue of dinosaurs searching gets longer, the poos get larger, and so do the flaps.

Young children and parents will enjoy the quest and the unexpected ending, in this humorous book that combines two popular and particularly relevant subjects.
Physics: Investigate the Forces of Nature

Physics: Investigate the Forces of Nature

Jane P. Gardner ,  Samuel Carbaugh

$21.99

Have you ever noticed that the physical world works in certain ways? Skateboarders use force and motion to perform tricks. If you jump up as high as you can, you'll quickly fall back to the ground. Baseball players use gravity to bring the ball back down when they throw it. When you flip a switch, electricity powers your toaster. Rock bands use electricity to put on a show. The fascinating science of physics helps you understand why forces, motion, gravity, electricity, light, and sound work in predictable ways. Combining inquiry-based activities with physics topics, Physics: Investigate the Forces of Nature features graphic novel illustrations, fascinating sidebars, youtube links, and a glossary of important vocabulary to illuminate the complex world of physics and bring it to life. Projects include designing a skateboard park that maps the forces at work on the skateboarder and the skateboard, and creating a stage design for a rock band that places electric current where it is needed. Additional materials include a timeline, a list of current reference works, and Internet resources. This title meets Common Core State Standards for literacy in science and technology; Guided Reading Levels and Lexile measurements indicate grade level and text complexity.
Inventions in 30 Seconds: 30 World-Changing Ideas for Creative Kids Explained in Half a Minute

Inventions in 30 Seconds: 30 World-Changing Ideas for Creative Kids Explained in Half a Minute

Dr. Mike Goldsmith ,  Chris Anderson

$19.99

In this exciting title for innovative kids everywhere, the inventions that have changed the world are explored and explained in half a minute. From the flushing toilet and the wheel, to painkillers and the Internet, we look at the amazing innovations that it’s hard to imagine living without.

Six themed sections – each with its own glossary – cover Making Life Easy, Communication, Travel, Finding Out, Medicine, and Industry. The text clearly explains the story behind each invention and looks at its impact, while illustrations help explain how it works.
Unusual Creatures: A Mostly Accurate Account of Earth's Strangest Animals

Unusual Creatures: A Mostly Accurate Account of Earth's Strangest Animals

Michael Hearst

$14.95

With humour and flair, Michael Hearst introduces the reader to a wealth of extraordinary life-forms. Which animal can be found at the top of Mount Everest, 10,000 feet under the sea and in your backyard? Which animal poops cubes? Unusual Creatures includes these answers plus hundreds more fascinating facts for curious minds, amateur zoologists and anyone who has ever laughed at a funny-looking animal. Perfect for enthusiastic and reluctant readers alike, in class and at home.
Extreme Scientists: Exploring Nature's Mysteries from Perilous Places

Extreme Scientists: Exploring Nature's Mysteries from Perilous Places

Donna M Jackson

$14.99

Kids who need convincing that science isn't all white coats and test tubes will have their eyes opened here. -- The Bulletin Scientists in the Field to the extreme! When Paul Flaherty goes to work, he climbs into a four-engine WP-3D Orion turboprop plane and heads directly into the eye of a hurricane. Miles below, Hazel Barton's job in microbiology takes her to the depths of the world's most treacherous caves. And on the other side of the topsoil, way, way above the forest floor, Stephen Sillett passes his days (and sometimes his nights) in the canopies of the tallest trees on earth. Welcome to the work--and worlds--of extreme scientists.
A New Zealand Nature Journal

A New Zealand Nature Journal

Sandra Morris

$19.95

Have you ever noticed that ladybirds have different numbers of spots? Or that leaves can be pointed or round, long or short, soft or hard? There is so much to explore in the natural world. And keeping a nature journal is the best way to record all your amazing discoveries.
Rainforest Animals

Rainforest Animals

Sonya Newland

$19.99

Rainforest Animals looks at some of the thousands of rainforest animals under threat and the efforts underway to save the precious environment they need to survive. It is part of the Saving Wildlife series, which investigates the world's endangered species in the context of their different environments.
The Field Guide to Insects: Explore the Cloud Forests

The Field Guide to Insects: Explore the Cloud Forests

P. Beck

$19.95

Travel through Central America's cloud forests on the trail of the world's most fascinating insects!Journey from New Zealand to India and discover eight of the world's most fascinating birds!Join the adventure of a lifetime as you explore the Great Barrier Reef! Discover the world's most mysterious and colourful creatures from the toxic blue-ringed octopus to the breathtaking sea dragon.Each book includes pieces to assemble your own models.Create your own museum-ready display with the removable diorama!
Rainforest

Rainforest

Roger Priddy

$9.99

A large-format book introducing children to the beautiful and complex world of the rainforest.

Packed with fascinating facts about eco-systems, different animals including wild cats, bats and birds, the tribes who inhabit rainforests, and the many and varied types of plants which can be found there 

With amazing, close-up photography and accessible, easy-to-absorb information.,
Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous

Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous

Western Australia Museum

$9.95

The world during the Cretaceous Period was a very different place to what we know it as today. Dinosaurs reached their peak in diversity and mammals were confined to a life in the shadows. The abrupt end of the Cretaceous, 66 million years ago, changed everything.

Authoritative, interactive and entertaining, this guide describes and illustrates the dinosaurs of the Cretaceous era, the amazing environment in which they lived, and how evidence of them became preserved as fossils. It also explores the evolution of the Earth during that time, the cataclysmic asteroid strike that probably brought the reign of the dinosaurs to an end, and the subsequent rise of mammals as dominant land animals.

Complete with animated multimedia content, stunning illustrations and quality decals — the Dinosaur Discovery souvenir guide presents contemporary insight into the life and death of these amazing creatures that once walked the earth for audiences of all ages.

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Howzat!
Mike Lefroy
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Cowzat
Bruce Atherton
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The Scarecrows' Wedding
Julia Donaldson
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Gus and Me: The Story of my Granddad and My First Guitar
Keith Richards
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The New Teacher
Sally Rippin
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Desert Dust Up
Knife & Packer
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Moon Attack
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Shh! We Have a Plan
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Squishy Mcfluff: and the Supermarket Sweep!
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Grandma, the Baby and Me
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Quest
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Blown Away
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Hello from Nowhere
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I Don't Want to Eat My Dinner
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Woodland Whiskers - A New Pet
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The Sheep in Wolf's Clothing
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Imagine
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Guess How Much I Love You
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Alexander, Who's Trying His Best to Be the Best Boy Ever
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The Glass Mountain: Tales from Poland
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Whale in the Bath
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Polly Parrot Picks a Pirate
Peter Bently
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The Cuckoo
Gary Crew
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The Story about Ping
Marjorie Flack
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Debi Gliori
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Kes Gray
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This is Not My Hat
Jon Klassen
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Kaare Rawa Nei a Au i te Pohewa i Pehea Na
Aimee McNaughton
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My Superhero
Chris Owen
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How to Babysit a Grandma
Jean Reagan
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Lost For Words
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On Sudden Hill
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Busiest People Ever
Richard Scarry
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Cinderella's Not So Ugly Sisters: The True Fairytale!
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Demolition
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I Got This Hat
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That is Not a Good Idea!
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Upside Down Babies
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Little Hide and Seek Pets

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Axel Scheffler's Flip Flap Safari
Axel Scheffler
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That's Not My Fox
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