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One of a 24-part series using dialogue, humour and non-fiction elements to encourage less keen readers, featuring a gang of boys getting into scrapes as they investigate strange mysteries.
A simple but effective split-page book. Newer readers will enjoy concocting hundreds of fantastical food creations (cornflakes and ketchup anyone?) by turning sections of each page.
Disaster has struck Fairyland! Jack Frost has stolen all the jewels from Queen Titania's crown. Each stone controls a particular aspect of fairy magic. Can Rachel and Kirsty rescue Chloe’s in time?
This new collection of poetry has been designed with dyslexic readers in mind. sixty wonderfully funny poems layout, font and paper colour designed
A clever and funny story with a twist that is great fun to read aloud to pre-school children. Eddy has lost his teddy in the woods and when he finally finds him again he seems to have changed!
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