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Another good-quality fiction series suitable for more confident readers, in this tale Teggs Stegosaur joins the pupils at Astrosaurs Academy for far-out fun and amazing adventures.
Talent, stardom, hard work and heartache...welcome to Fame School! Aspiring popstars will love following the kids at Rockley Park as they try to make their dreams come true.
A humourous illustrated book telling the story of 9 year-old Roger, who finds himself aboard the Golden Behind with a bunch of smelly, hairy, scary pirates. Great for pirate fans and less keen readers.
A rib-tickling selection of silly poems by a range of old and new poets that children will enjoy dipping in and out of.
This feel-good novel written in verse follows Annie, who loves running, her family and drawing, as she deals with changes in her life, from her best friend’s moods to her mother’s new baby.
Comic books can be a great way of interesting children who aren’t enthusiastic readers. Use the power of comics to boost literacy with these fun activities. Click here.
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