Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky. Share story time with Olive the owl as she journeys across the twinkling sky, delivering books to all her friends.A beautiful Australian edition of the classic nursery rhyme.
How does a touchscreen work? When did men start wearing trousers? Can a robot think for itself? How do you cut a diamond? Can elite athletes keep breaking records? Find the answers fast in Reader's Digest Ultimate Book of Knowledge. This easy-to-us... read more
2014. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy.
|Awards:||Shortlisted for "The Bookseller" YA Book Prize 2016.|
Three women - three secrets - one heart-stopping story.Katie, seventeen, in love with someone whose identity she can't reveal.Her mother Caroline, uptight, worn out and about to find the past catching up with her.Katie's grandmother, Mary, back with the family after years of mysterio... read more
Double the trouble! An original novel by Michael Rosen, told alongside the Dickens classic that inspired it: Oliver Twist.
Shona and her dad are moving house, and at Shona's new school, the rules are pretty confusing; she keeps getting into trouble without realizing! I... read more
This kids' book is packed with fun facts and rainy day activities- the perfect boredom buster for screen-free, on-the-go entertainment. Your child will be able to- - Get creative and use their imagination - make... read more
Lesson 1: Nothing is ever what it seems...In the town of Eden in northwestern England stands the exclusive boarding school known as Archangel Academy. Ancient and imposing, it's a place filled with secrets. Just like its students...For Michael Howard, being pluck... read more
2011. First edition, first printing. A near fine, unmarked copy.
A delightful picture book about the wonders of all the fun you can have inside AND outside, by the award-winning Steve Antony, author of the bestselling Please Mr Panda. BLIP spends all day plugged into her computer, playing games and having fun. But when there is a POWER CUT, Blip ... read more
What does it take to build your very own planet? Orson is about to find out. He takes: A cup full of rocks A dash of water A sprinkling of metal A lot of nothingness A big bang ...And before long, BOOM! He has it - a tiny planet with rings around it, right there in his bedroom!... read more
The continuing adventures of Arg, the evolved Neanderthal boy, and his T-rex friend Skeet, the talking dinosaur. How do you save a baby velociraptor from a hungry quetzalcoatlus? Arg has to find an answer fast ...they are both dinner But he appears to be allergic to the baby raptor ...Riotous fun with particular appeal to boys
The Very Cranky Bear is back, and now he's hungry! When the very hungry Bear goes fishing, he ends up catching more than he bargained for - a polar bear, with an armful of fish, who needs help finding a new home! This is the perfect reader with vibrant illustrations, a fun and engaging story told in r... read more
Visual Guide to Grammar and Punctuationuses colourful photographs and illustrations to make grammar and punctuation fun, crystal-clear and easy. This guide will help primary school children build confidence in writing and reading.
Now in his second year as a superhuman cadet-in-training, Tom's been promoted to a mid-level member of the elite training corps known as Camelot Company, or CamCo. As training intensifies and the moment arrives to impress the multinational corporations who will make or break the cadets... read more
2013. First edition, first printing. A fine, as new, copy.