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  • Pig 4: The Big, Fat, Totally Bonkers Diary of Pig

    Pig 4: The Big, Fat, Totally Bonkers Diary of Pig

    Pig’s back in this incredible fourth diary told in an original, hilarious and unforgettable voice and packed with Pig’s own drawings. This is fresh…

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  • Gravenhunger


    Harriet Goodwin

    Phoenix has no desire to spend his summer at a stange house, with a cousin he barely knows. But when he finds a secret letter written by his mother,…

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  • Secret History – the Iraq War

    Secret History – the Iraq War

    Simon Mason

    It’s never too early for pupils to start understanding the inherent difficulties in the study of history – the importance of knowing whence one’s…

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  • Ushig


    Annemarie Allan

    Kelpies, selkies and trows – oh, my! Scottish folklore (and specifically, Robert Kirk’s The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns and Fairies) is the…

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  • Moon Pie

    Moon Pie

    Simon Mason

    Tales of dysfunctional family units are hardly a rarity amongst books aimed at the 9+ age group – however, Simon Mason’s wonderful lightness of touch…

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