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Rue, his new apprentice, travels with him - keen to learn his trade - and hear the next installment in the legend of Podkin One-Ear . Armed with the Gift of Dark Hollow, Podkin learns to moonstride, and Paz is rewarded with a magical gift of her own .
By Clare Foges
The tiles become a dancefloorThe light a disco ball It's called the bathroom boogie -The most splashy bash of all! When the children go to school and the adults go to work . the Bathroom Boogie starts up - and all your favourite bathroom friends come alive!
Once upon a time there was a little engine. Her name was CHOO CHOO.The story of a beautiful little steam train. She pulls carriages from the city to the country, and back again. At least she does till one surprising day when she decides to run away. Her exciting adventure...
I like bees . . . but I don't like honey!I like my imaginary friend . . . A beautifully illustrated, funny and thought-provoking book for building confidence and encouraging children to express their feelings - about anything and everything.
By Emily Bronte
Catherine and Heathcliff's, a foundling adopted by Catherine's father, passionate but doomed love forms the core of this extraordinary tale. Catherine's brother Hindley's hatred and humiliation of Heathcliff leads to tragedy when Catherine marries another and Heathcliff returns newly wealthy to enact his revenge on all who wronged him.
Vega Gillberg is 16 years old when the police come knocking on the door looking for her older brother, Jakob. Vega hasn't heard from him in days, but she has to find him before the police do. Jakob was involved in a terrible crime. What no one knows is that...
By Emma Carroll
After months of bombing raids in London, twelve-year-old Olive Bradshaw and her little brother Cliff are evacuated to the Devon coast. Desperate to be helpful, Olive becomes his post-girl, carrying secret messages as she likes to think of the letters to the villagers.
At 10 years old David Livingstone was sent to work in a cotton mill. He knew he had to escape. It was a desire that would take him very far from home. This is the incredible story of the tough man of Victorian Britain who would stop at nothing in...