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Comings and Goings at Parrot Park is a funny, lively book that is perfect for encouraging beginner readers to make the move to chapter books.
The well-known fantasy tale of Peter Pan is back with this noisy and spectacular rendition! The classic children's story is retold with stunning and atmospheric sounds that bring J.M Barrie's story back to life.
Young readers can cut their teeth on a familiar and fun story with Read It Yourself: The Three Billy Goats Gruff.
At the centre of the Rainbow Magic series are Kirsty Tate and Rachel Walker, two friends who meet while on holiday. Together they have numerous magical adventures, battling Jack Frost and his unfriendly Goblin henchmen and rescuing their accident-prone fairy friends. Rainbow Magic books were the most borrowed children's books in UK libraries in 2010 and Ruby the Red Fairy is the first book in the series. Good for encouraging independent readers.
Virginia Ironside's funny and sympathetic look at childhood worries offers a simple message to anxious youngsters.
Sixteen stories are included in this collection for five-year-olds with contributions from authors such as Malorie Blackman, Margaret Mahy and Ted Hughes.
In Horrid Henry's Nits, Francesca Simon's famous bad boy is determined he won't be the only one pulled out of line by Nitty Nora the Nit Nurse!
Here's a truly magical gift for any little girl who loves all things sparkly and horsey! Young girls will enjoy the story about a new unicorn arriving at the Fairy Unicorn Riding Stables.
Some best-loved children's authors have contributed to this lovely collection of stories for six-year-olds.
Girls and boys everywhere will adore Lara, the James Bond of the dog world. With a range of gadgets and gizmos, can she crack the case and catch the criminals?
Julie Sykes' Fairy Bears: Sunny is a great book for children aged 5 and over. Telling the story of Sunny, when she sees a sad girl in her magic mirror, she thinks it will be her task to help her...