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Budding artists will be inspired by lots of new information, techniques, ideas and projects including thumb-print lions and a farmyard animal race.
“No animal is half so vile/As Crocky-Wock the crocodile” Roald Dahl is at his very best in this selection of hilarious poems about animals. A great companion piece to Revolting Rhymes.
The latest instalment from the ever popular Horrid Henry. The chapters work well as either read-aloud stories to share, or for children growing in confidence to read by themselves.
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?
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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