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American Monsters

Derek Landy comes back with the third and last book of the Demon Road trilogy, American Monster, bringing Amber into the conclusion of her hectic journey. Amber, who used to be a young normal American teenager, makes a great discovery on her sixteenth birthday when the demons reveal themselves and her life takes an all-new…

Black Enough

Black Enough is a collection of short stories about what it’s like to be young and black in America, featuring seventeen acclaimed bestselling black American authors writing for teens today. Each story is a little puzzle piece in the black experience for black American teens and young adults. The book tries to cover what everyday…

Dinosaur Juniors: Give Peas A Chance

In this new addition to the Dinosaur Juniors series, Rob Biddulph addresses the ‘picky eaters’ dilemma. Those little dinosaurs are back and having loads of fun; running races, playing games, shouting and making their own kind of music. For Nancy, it has to stop for now. It’s dinner time! Dad Dino says Nancy can go…

Frog and Toad Together

The Frog and Toad stories by Arnold Lobel were first introduced to young readers in 1970 and have since come to be recognised as classics of children’s literature, winning many of the genre’s most prestigious awards. Frog and Toad Together is the second book in the series, first published in 1972, and was itself a…

Rory Branagan (Detective)

Rory Branagan thinks his life is pretty amazing. Most afternoons he and his best friend, Wikins Welkin, mess about in the park. Even though Wikins is a neighbour’s sausage dog, they have sleepovers. The thought of Wikins’s doggy dreams make Rory smile. His sole night worry is that no one tells him anything. Specifically, he…

The Dog Who Saved the World

Can you imagine a world without dogs? Thanks to a canine-specific plague, poor Georgie is about to experience it firsthand. Can she find a way to stop it, with the help of her best friend Ramzy, the mysterious Dr. Pretorius and her beloved pet Mr. Mash? Much like the eponymous mongrel, The Dog who Saved…

The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors

Drew Daywalt reveals the gripping and hilarious story behind the all-too-familiar childhood game in a book that is sure to become a favourite with everyone. In the Kingdom of Backyard, Rock has emerged as an undefeated champion among many fearsome foes. Yet he is unfulfilled. He must meet and battle with a truly worthy opponent.…

The Rescue of Bunny Wunny

Ever since she was born, Imelda has clung unto her favourite toy: Bunny Wunny. But the love she gives her “precious toy” is a tough one and for better or for worse – mostly worse in this case ­– the poor stuffed rabbit follows wherever she goes. Until one day, Bunny Wunny has had enough…

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