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The Club Penguin crew star in five fun-filled activity books that will keep youngsters entertained for hours!
Young readers can cut their teeth on a familiar and fun story with Read It Yourself: The Three Billy Goats Gruff.
Any keen Wally-watchers will love his new Tinseltown adventure in Where's Wally? In Hollywood.
These two classic tales from a genius storyteller have been carefully designed to encourage newly-independent young readers.
The LEGO City Ultimate Sticker Collection is a giant book that features over 1,000 reusable and easy-peel stickers featuring LEGO minifigures and vehicles. Children can read the captions on every page and then choose the sticker they feel best fits the picture!
Dictionaries are an important part of school life. This is a colourful first dictionary from Oxford that features cool 3D artwork and an easy-to-use child-friendly page design.
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.
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 Complete Book of Fairies gives young girls the chance to meet all the fairies from the Rainbow Magic stories. The book is packed with facts and profiles of every fairy who lives in Fairyland!
Hours of mind-boggling mazes, doodles and dot-to-dot fun await the reader in this amazing puzzle-packed treat.