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The final episode in the Twilight saga is the most page-turning yet! Discover the answers to the questions raised in the first three books and find out what fate has in store for Bella as she is torn between vampire Edward Cullen and werewolf Jacob Black.
Featuring Andy Stanton's World Book Day story, the chilling page-turning and just-a-little bit off-the-wall The Hound of Lamonic Bibber as well as puzzles, stickers and jokes.
Winner of Younger Readers Red House Children's Book Award 2013 and shortlisted for the IBW Children's Book Award 2013.
Award-winning children's author Michael Morpurgo captures the horror and futility of the First World War by using the experiences of a young farm horse.
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's The Gruffalo is a much-loved modern classic that has bouncy rhyming text and characters who are bound to tickle your young one's sense of humour.
Any child who has loved War Horse and seen the Spielberg film, will gallop through this sequel to Michael Morpurgo's acclaimed bestseller.
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler will acquire even more fans now that their fabulous sequel to The Gruffalo has come out in a board book version suitable for babies and toddlers.
First published in 1982, Rod Campbell's Dear Zoo is a timeless book will make a great addition to a baby's bookshelf!
In Janet and Allan Ahlberg's classic picture book, the jolly postman delivers cards and letters to an assortment of familiar fairy-tale characters. Children from 3+ will delight in opening the mini-envelopes to find tiny and intriguing cards, games and letters.
Since the film version of Cressida Cowell's How to Train Your Dragon became a huge hit, Hiccup has rocketed up the list of children's favourite characters. How To Steal A Dragon's Sword is the ninth volume in the series.
Now over 50 years old, our favourite stowaway Paddington Bear and his comical encounters with baths, the underground and sticky buns, remains as popular as ever.
This board book version of Each Peach Pear Plum has bouncy sing-song verses that make it the perfect read-aloud story to entrance babies and toddlers from 1+.
The Hundred-Mile-an-Hour-Dog, by Jeremy Strong, introduces Streaker, the kind of dog who has quite a bit of Ferrari and a large chunk of whirlwind!
Gerald Durrell's My Family and Other Animals is an idyllic story set on the Greek island of Corfu. This must-read classic is packed with eccentric characters and a menagerie of exotic animals.
Well-known for her Bright Side card range, Rachel Bright has created a funny and charming picture book that is sure to become a bedtime favourite with young readers.
Patrick Ness has created a powerful and unputdownable novel which will move readers to tears. Stunning illustrations by Jim Kay add to the unforgettable impression this book leaves behind.
Overall winner of the Red House Children's Book Award 2012 and winner of the Older Readers' category, plus winner of the 2012 CILIP Carnegie Medal and Kate Greenaway Medal.
Wimpy Kid fans will be thrilled to discover Liz Pichon's hilariously funny, doodle-packed books starring the irrespressible Tom Gates.
Red House Children's Book Award 2012 Winner of the Younger Readers category.
Stephenie Meyer's Twilight saga is a worldwide phenomenon, and as a fourth book has now been added to the series, it's the perfect time to find out what all the fuss is about!
Michael Morpurgo’s powerful storytelling skills wll enthral young readers aged 9+ in this brilliant set.