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Araminta Spook is just like any girl that likes werewolves and vampires. She’d love to see a ghost, and living in Spook House there is a fair chance she will!
The second title in a new series featuring friends Monkey and Robot, this picture book with press out pieces is ideal for new readers. Monkey doesn't want to play, but can Robot change his mind?
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!
Apparently a favourite of the Dalai Lama, this tale has all the adventure, intrigue and humour you’d expect from Hergé. A wonderful illustrated story.
This ‘choose your own adventure’ book allows you to join characters from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and prove yourself worthy of your Jedi training! Includes links to online scenes and games.
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