Into the Bin by Anne Fine and illustrated by Vicki Gausden Every old object can find a new home in this cheerful tale about reusing and recycling, from award-winning author Anne Fine. Greg is happy when he’s playing football but training is over, his iPod is broken and he’s on edge. Hero by Pete Johnson, illustrated by Jen Collins New edition of a humorous and perceptive tale exploring teen life. Just Plain Weird by Kaye Umansky A silly and riotous tale of the craziest family you know from the master of laughs and fun, Kaye Umansky! Killing Ground Defenders 1 by Tom Palmer Breathtaking first instalment of an amazing new trilogy of spine-tingling spooky adventures with a sporty twist, from a master of kids fiction. Nothing quite goes according to plan, but Robbie and Gaz end up famous for entirely different reasons. He loves their smart uniforms and shiny bicycles, but he’s too young for the job. From the multi award-winning and bestselling author, a moving story of a girl and an injured fox cub with a lower reading age.
Roc Star Hail Mary. Just Plain Weird by Kaye Umansky A silly and riotous tale of the craziest family you know from the master of laughs and fun, Kaye Umansky! The villains are the stars of the show in these four hilarious fractured fairy tales from Kaye Umansky. Powerful future drama exploring what it means to be human. Perfect to thrill and chill. She’s pretty nervous on her first day but soon meets someone she thinks she could be friends with – even best friends. Hilarious, laugh-out-loud look at teenage life in all its glory, from the author of bestselling How to Train Your Parents.
If Blake goes along with it, he stands to lose more than fundray the game. Until We Win by Linda Newbery A beautiful novel set against the backdrop of an important and pivotal movement in UK history, tying in with the centenary of the Suffragettes’ first major victory in Senseless by Steve Cole Gaming and adventure combine in this thrill-a-minute ride. Gone the shouts of the gang on that sad sidewalk below, German and Irish most of the kids, a wolf pack with little to do except toss insults at deaf Mr.
She bounce, bounce, bounces all over town and they call her Springy Jane. Music Distribution Main artist: A fact-filled football story about the importance of team-work, bursting with friendship and fun.
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Vividly detailed and tense, this packs a serious punch. His favourite books are about the great African-born footballers and he dreams of pulling on the white shirt of the Lions of Senegal. Super-smart inventor Mariella doesn’t have time for sleep in this funny and life-affirming gem from award-winning beloved author Eoin Colfer, featuring full colour illustrations from rising star Dndray Halford.
Upper Dab is under attack from a mysterious invasion of toads in this hilarious middle-grade adventure from award-wining author Patrice Lawrence.
Anty Hero by Barry Hutchison An entertaining, laugh-out-loud tale of school life, bullies and bugs from best-selling author Barry Hutchison. Young Ready owned and operated the Bow Entertainment record label. After the raid, the family find and adopt a badly mutilated boy, his face so heavily bandaged that they can see nothing but his eyes A warm, charming and ever-so-slightly batty celebration of family love, inspiring teachers and the great characters who make all our lives more interesting.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens The classic novella of the Christmas transformation of Scrooge that has remained in the public imagination for well over a century, now available in an accessible format for all readers. Music playback has been interrupted because your Qobuz account is currently being used on another device [? Artists Share on Facebook Share on Twitter.
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Tense and artmospheric drama with the threat of violence never far away. The Beast by Michaela Morgan A fun caper from a popular author, with brilliant illustrations from the master of creepy black-and-white inky doodles, Chris Mould. Johnny Delgado by Kevin Brooks Gritty urban drama about a teenage detective.
Brilliantly illustrated in black-and-white by Sarah Horne, this Conkers edition includes jokes, quizzes and traceand- cut-out activities including false moustaches. But then Thread and Spider’s demands increase and friendship with blind beggar girl Anna means that Gina has something to lose.
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An entertaining, laugh-out-loud tale of school life, bullies and bugs from best-selling author Barry Hutchison. But then a much more serious situation arises, and it seems his whole clan is under threat.
A fascinating and thrilling fictionalised account of the life of Matthew Henson, the first African-American man to travel to the North Pole, from the Carnegie nominated author Catherine Johnson. Gripping YA dystopia from the author of Incarceron. A stunning graphic novel adaptation of Siobhan Dowd’s moving story of prejudice and violence, the uncertainty of lives lived on the fringes of pil, and of love in its many forms. But when an alien ship confronts Mitch’s home, they need a champion to defend the ship.
Telling the difficult story of children in care, this is a searing and beautifully written tale of one girl’s journey to understand the reality of her upbringing. But the other kids are always on the alert for anything that makes a player different, and Jatinder is definitely that. Many of his fans and friends had been posting several sincere messages for the rapper in their social media. A powerful and deeply moving coming-of-age drama from Carnegie Medal-winning author Tanya Landman, inspired by the life of infamous sharpshooter Annie Oakley.
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Young Will Shakespeare knows that his family’s existence hangs by a thread.
An eerily superb story of murder and monstrosity on the streets of Victorian London that has remained in the public imagination for well over a century, spawning numerous adaptations, now available in an accessible format for all readers.
Interweaves Jimi’s story with facts about the history of football in Africa. A riddling tale from the international bestselling author of Horrible Histories, Terry Deary – a humourous ghost story set in the s.
Armistice Runner by Tom Palmer Tom Palmer celebrates the unsung athletic heroes of the Armistice in a powerful tale of the fell-running messengers on the front-line of war. Cold fear glimpsed by the light of those crackling trees. Second in the Bulletcatcher trilogy. Gone the round-the-clock clack of the Third Avenue El, the clutch-grinding rattle of Fords and the clop clop of those gray dun dray dundrsy down on the cobblestone street. Powerful future drama exploring what it means to be human.
When her family’s circumstances suddenly change, Abi finds herself moving to the large and intimidating local high school. Shona, Word Detective by John Agrad A warm and charming mivie of diversity, language, and the shared cultures that make-up modern life.
He might have to work some magic to make grumpy Mr Grundle smile Funny and contemporary love story for the teenagers of today.
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dunrday Laura Norder by Guy Bass Laura has a mutiny on her hands when she tries to play by the rules in this non-stop Wild-West comedy from award-winning author Guy Bass. When Robbie and Gaz hear a strange howling sound in the woods behind Robbie’s house, they decide it’s their chance to take a photo of a big cat and make a fortune selling it to the papers. Mind Writer by Steve Cole Slick fantasy meets heart-pounding action in this gripping title from the bestselling author of Young Bond.
Raw, compelling and timely drama about undercover police officers from the award-winning author of Dunray I Was Joe. Secret FC by Tom Palmer A fun football story from a top writer of sports fiction for children, re-packaged in an appealing chunky new edition. Tom Palmer celebrates the unsung athletic heroes of the Armistice in a powerful tale of the fell-running messengers on the front-line of war.