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Packed with cartoon-strip illustrations and short biographies, this features the fascinating stories of famous and not-sofamous inventors and inventions from around the world.
Highly recommended for less confident readers, short sentences and verse tell the story of bully Sam’s unlikely friendship with the remarkable Davey.
Everyone in Fairyland is preparing for the Fairy Olympics, but how can they stop Jack Frost from cheating with his stolen magic items? Popular, formulaic fiction aimed at newly confident readers.
Is a sinister hand puppet the reason for the school’s sudden leap in the league tables? Graphic-novel style pictures complement a fast-paced story.
A wonderfully funny rhyme telling the cautionary tale of a naughty little rabbit, who rides around on a motorbike bopping everyone on the head. Luckily there’s a good fairy around to teach him a lesson!
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