Whether you’d like to know if rabbits fart or computers will ever be cleverer than people, this is a great choice for anyone who likes fascinating scientific questions to be answered in a brain-friendly way!
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...
If you like happy endings, don’t read the ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’, in which the Baudelaire siblings suffer all sorts of misfortunes!
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.
Less keen readers should enjoy this highly original page-turner featuring the adventures of two refreshingly different heroes.
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