Fantastic stories from top children’s authors, each told in 366 words. Try out Charlie Higson, Anne Fine, Paul Stewart and even Tom Fletcher from McFly...
Cacofonix is the worst musician in the entire ancient world – his singing makes rain fall! Will the magic carpet help Asterix and Obelix find somewhere that his ‘talents’ can be appreciated?
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.
Silverfin, by writer and comedian Charlie Higson’s, introduces readers to the teenage James Bond in a gripping page turner full of adventure and excitement.
The first of an exciting horror series following the adventures of Luke Watson, a boy forced to move to Scream Street after he transforms into a werewolf, and his spooky new friends.
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