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Danger Mouse: Unreasonably Dangerous Joke Book

Slip into your crash helmet, pull on your safety goggles and firmly secure your seat belt (even if you're not in a car). These jokes are so funny that no one can be trusted to tell them safely. Not even Her Majesty the Queen! But, if anyone can do it, Danger Mouse can.

I Hate My Teddy Bear

David McKee (Author) , David McKee (Illustrator)

Two children, playing in the park, spend their time arguing over how good their teddy bears are, while a galaxy of strange characters and objects passes around them unnoticed. Playing with perspective, art and our view of the world when we are children, this is a classic to rediscover and share.

Tales from Terraria: Survivors!

Terraria can be a dangerous place . . . as a gang of brave adventurers are about to find out! When a group of explorers attempt to survive in Terraria, they find they'll need to keep all of their wits about them to fend off zombies, goblins and all kinds of other nasties!

This fun and frantic adventure tale is the very first novel from Terraria, the smash-hit video game that has sold over 18 million units worldwide.

The Wimpy Kid Movie Diary: The Next Chapter (The Making of The Long Haul)

Jeff Kinney (Author)

Go on a movie-making journey of epic proportions in The Wimpy Kid Movie Diary: The Next Chapter

Making a movie is a lot like going on a road trip. There are twists and turns and lots of surprises along the way.

Hit the road with author and illustrator Jeff Kinney and get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the latest 20th Century Fox movie, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul.

Find out what it takes to film a flock of seagulls invading a mini-van. Learn about a robot pig and an animatronic three-year-old. And discover everything that goes into making a feature film.

Complete with exclusive set photos, storyboards and original cartoons by Jeff Kinney. The Wimpy Kid Movie Diary: the Next Chapter is the perfect book for anyone who's ever wondered how a movie gets made. But buckle up: You're in for a wild ride.

Expelled

James Patterson (Author)

A secret Twitter account
An anonymous photo
Everyone is a suspect

Will Foster's Twitter account used to be anonymous – until someone posted The Photo that got him and three other students expelled, their futures ruined forever. But who took the picture, and why are they being targeted?

To uncover the truth, Will gets close to the suspects: the hacker, the quarterback, the bad girl, the class clown, the vice principal, and... his own best friend. What secrets are they hiding, and even worse –what do they know about each other? The terrible truth will haunt them forever.

The Alphabet Book With No Pictures

B. J. Novak (Author)

A is for "AaaaaAAAAaaA."
B is for "Ba baba a-baba ba."
I is for "I had a big idea, I did."

And by the time you get to Z, oh what a zap-zop-zippity-zoppity, zany book you'll be reading!

This is an alphabet book like no other, from the author of the internationally bestselling mega-hit The Book With No Pictures. B. J. Novak is back with a book that is just as clever and even more silly.

And, this time, instead of saying "Read it again!" kids will be shouting "Let ME read it again!"

Nutshell Library

Maurice Sendak (Author)

This 4-volume boxed set contains an alphabet book, a book of rhymes about each month, a counting book, and a cautionary tale all written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. Includes the titles Alligators All Around, Chicken Soup with Rice, One Was Johnny, and Pierre.

Doctor Who: Colour By Stickers

Get ready to complete eleven fantastic images from the new series of Doctor Who with this timey-wimey sticker colouring book.

Inside you'll find mosaic-style pictures of the Twelfth Doctor, Bill and Nardole, plus favourite monsters, Daleks, Cybermen and more. Complete each picture with stickers and bring the world of Doctor Who to life!

Treasure Hunters 5

James Patterson (Author)

Join the Kidd family on their next adventure in the newest instalment in the Treasure Hunters series!

King Grisly-Beard

Maurice Sendak (Author)

A boy and girl walk into a theatre and proceed to act out the whole of Grimm's King Grisly-Beard for the reader. And they are indubitably good.

When a princess refuses to marry any of the princes her father has lined up, he marries her to a poor musician who takes her to his hovel home and makes her work for her keep. But this poor musician seems to know a bit too much about the infamous King Grisly-Beard... and he keeps his face covered a lot of the time.

Belinda Brown

David McKee (Author)

David McKee has created a new modern classic with the story of Belinda, a banana-obsessed young girl. Her whole family thinks it's a phase, except for Grandma Brown: she worries, and worry is hard to keep down. She asks Belinda to give up her favourite fruit before she gets a banana-shaped body, but Belinda has other ideas.

Mud

Emily Holland (Author)

‘We’re going to live on a Thames barge, Lydia,’ Dad said quickly. ‘All of us.’
‘Dad. . .’ I said, finally, as calmly as I could. ‘I hope this is one of your jokes, as that will absolutely, completely ruin my life. Sorry. No.’

It's 1979, and Lydia has no idea how she'll cope when her dad announces that the family has to sell up and move onto a Thames sailing barge in Essex. With Dad's girlfriend. And her three kids.
Between trying to keep her clothes dry in a leaky cabin, disastrous hair-dye attempts, awkward encounters with local boys, and coping with her suddenly enormous and troublesome family, Lydia fears she'll sink rather than swim.
But to her surprise, Lydia manages to keep her head above the water, even as her father drowns his sorrows in drink. With a little help from her friend Kay, Lydia finds she has the courage to face even the choppiest of waters.

Mud is an achingly funny and touching story for anyone who has been thrown in at the deep end.

The Battle of the Blighty Bling

Ruth Quayle (Author) , Eric Heyman (Illustrator)

Vic and her younger brother and sister Bert and Maud have been left alone at home, which means they will surely get into mischief. But not just any ordinary kind of mischief, because Vic and her family are PIRATES.

The only problem is, Dad sunk the family pirate ship and now the family is stuck in a caravan by the sea. So when the kids accidentally lose the family pirate treasure, the legendary Blighty Bling, it's up to them to take to the high seas in a leaky rowing boat and get it back, with their annoying know-it-all neighbours in tow.

But their swashbuckling adventure runs into a few problems when they meet their pirate enemy, Captain Guillemot, and Vic discovers a few home truths along the way...

Little Liar

Julia Gray (Author)

Nora has lied about many things. But has she told her most dangerous lie of all?

There’s a new art assistant at Nora’s school, and he’s crossed a line. Nora decides to teach him a lesson he won’t forget.
But not everything goes quite to plan, and Nora needs an escape. She befriends the rich and talented Bel, who longs for a part in a remake of a famous film. Bel is unpredictable, jealous and crazy, but she opens up a new world for Nora, and that makes her irresistible.
As events start to spin wildly out of control, Nora must decide where her loyalties lie – and what deceits she can get away with.

My Messed-Up Life

Susin Nielsen (Author)

Violet is not impressed with her TV director dad: he’s decided to abandon his family in Vancouver to start over with a new younger blonde wife in LA. To Violet, it’s like he’s traded his old life for a better one – complete with new and improved children. To make matters worse, her mom has taken up with a dorky new man called Dudley Wiener.
Phoebe decides to take control. She needs a new stepfather who is perfect, charming and will show Dad what he’s missing: she needs George Clooney.

The Station Mouse

Meg McLaren (Author)

Maurice is the Station Mouse, and so he must follow The Station Mouse Handbook:
Rule 1: A Station Mouse must remain unseen.
Rule 2: A Station Mouse must never go out in the daytime.
Rule 3: A Station Mouse must never approach the passengers.
Now, there's a reason why these rules exist: people do not like mice. And if Maurice breaks the rules, even to help a little boy who has lost something very important, there's going to be a price to pay…

How To Be a Detective (No. 1 Boy Detective)

Barbara Mitchelhill (Author) , Tony Ross (Illustrator)

Damian Drooth, the one-of-a-kind detective hero, is back. Criminals beware!

Damian thinks it's time to pass on his amazing detective skills. On an outing ot the library to teach his eager trainees how to look for criminals, they hit the jackpot: a suspicious-looking lady who is checking out a book called Loot. But what will happen when the kids try to apprehend their suspect?

Packed with rib-tickling pictures from Tony Ross, this is perfect for newly confident young readers of 6 and up!

Gruesome Ghosts (No. 1 Boy Detective)

Barbara Mitchelhill (Author) , Tony Ross (Illustrator)

Damian Drooth, the one-of-a-kind detective hero, is back. Criminals beware!

Damian is fascinated when the new girl at school says that her grandparents' house is haunted. As the local specialist detective, it is up to Damian to solve the mystery! He agrees to spend a night in the house to see the ghostly figures for himself - but all is not what it seems . . .

Packed with rib-tickling pictures from Tony Ross, this is perfect for newly confident young readers of 6 and up!

Little Princess Dressing Up! Sticker Activity Book

Tony Ross (Author)

Pirate, doctor or famous explorer... Dress-up and decorate with over 200 stickers, plus play along with activities on every page. Super sticker fun for little royals with busy imaginations.

Lucky Break

Rob Stevens (Author)

Leon’s twin, Lenny, had the best imagination in the world. He could do a back flip from a standing start and tell rude jokes nonstop for hours. But a year ago Lenny died, and Leon's family hasn't been the same since.
When a new boy, Arnold, starts at Leon's school, he has no idea what to think: Arnold doesn’t understand jokes, sarcasm is lost on him and he can be completely blunt. Leon has never met anyone like Arnold before, and an unlikely friendship blossoms. Before long things start to get seriously bonkers, and the two boys are breaking windows, accidentally holding up a bank and getting arrested after a disagreement with a baguette.
But amidst all this madness, can Awkward Arnold actually help Leon to sort his life out?

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