Issrilla the Creeping Menace is out for blood! How can Tom defeat this ferocious Beast? Only one thing is certain: if he fails, the Beast Quests end forever Tom and his faithful companion, Elenna, must hunt down the invaders and destroy them. If he fails, the kingdom will face ruin, death and destruction. Mikra the Ice Horse - Tom's bravery and fighting skills are tested to the limit in his next Beast Quest. Is he brave enough to continue with his most challenging Beast Quest yet? Or will Mirka the Ice Horse defeat him?
He has reached the end of the Warrior's Road and must face many enemies. He must defeat them all - if he fails, Avantia will be destroyed. Enjoy the suspense - will this be the end of the series? This series can't fail to appeal to most little girls, with its glittery covers and fairy themes. Jennifer the Babysitter Fairy takes care of the babies, ensuring they stay safe amd happy. But when her three magical objects disappear, look what happens! Can Kirsty and Rachel help Jennifer make all babies happy again?
When lonely Jack visits Auntie Suzy's toy shop, Willow and Freddie know just what he needs - a magical Hoozle! But soon Croc the naughty. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Written with Working Partners - the team behind some of Magic Toyshop: The Naughty Croc - Kindle edition by Jessie Little. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Join Rachel and Kirsty, and see if Jennifer finds her three magical objects: a toy box, a snack pack and a nightlight! There are plenty of pictures and the text is well spaced and accessible, with easy-to-read language. It's the summer holidays and the Butterfield family is going away to Cornwall. What if she loses the luggage she's been put in charge of?
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What if someone falls over a cliff? And worst of all I enjoyed this book - there's lots of information about Cornwall and its language and customs, making it a really interesting read. The characters are well written and children will readily identify with them and enjoy their adventures. What fun! These are brilliant collections of stories for reading aloud. Why not send your class home chuckling or your child to sleep with a smile on his lips by reading these as end of school day or bedtime stories?
Once upon a time there was a silly-billy who carried a cow, a Bad Hair Witch and three pesky pigs - but did they all live happily ever after? The stories are eminently suitable for young readers moving on from picture books, with their high ratio of illustration to text. They're scarily silly! Once upon a time there was a Big Bad Girl, a miller's daughter and a teeny-tiny turnip - but did they all live happily ever after?
I love short stories - children don't feel daunted by them and they are far more willing to 'give them a go'. These are great fun, with plenty of illustrations to help the stories along - and the stories are hilarious and bound to appeal. Young readers, especially boys, are always fascinated by tales of pirates, and these swashbuckling adventures set in the Caribbean are great fun. There is a popular new member of the crew on board the Sea Wolf - the crew have taken to him but Sam is suspicious. But in acting on his suspicions, Sam himself becomes a suspect.
The plot moves quickly and there's plenty of excitement, meaning that the reader's attention is kept going.
The level of writing is perfect for young readers. The cover picture shows two quite normal looking girls - or does it? Tip the cover and you will see they have Medusa-like locks.
This is the sequel to Professor Gargoyle and continues the story with no gap. Robert Arthur has some strange new classmates - they look ordinary enough but they are intent on abducting all the seventh graders. And school isn't all it seems either - it is the gateway to a haunted mansion. Robert and his friends must return there to thwart the plans of evil Crawford Tillinghast. Can they uncover the secrets of Lovecraft Middle School before it's too late? It's scary - just enough to send some shivers down the spine - but not too scary.
The unusual setting for this story was the first thing that captured my attention - and the era of silent movies has just begun. In this exciting and atmospheric sequel to Twelve Minutes to Midnight, a mysterious movie-maker wants to film some of Monty Flinch's sinister stories but trouble comes as soon as filming starts. The story seems to be taking over the characters and the story becoming reality.
Penny sets out to help Monty but finds herself enmeshed in a nightmare of her own creation. Her escapades in late Victorian London are vividly portrayed and the chilling atmosphere is excellently evoked.
A real page turner, with a feisty heroine who is far from the conventional image of Victorian girls. An white water raftong expedition for the Tiger Patrol takes a turn for the worse when the water level rises. It's a matter of life or death, and they have only their training and skill to rely on. Scouting is - among other things - about friendship, relying on one another and developing valuable skills. Building on the success of Mega Mash Up, Nosy Crow have now brought us Magical Mix-Ups, which follow the same successful format but especially for girls.
I have said it before - I think the books are a brilliant concept, with their intermingling of story and doodling which combine to make a super way to draw children right into the story and extend their imaginations. The girls need YOUR help to complete the designs for the show - so get out the crayons and glitter and have fun! Willow Valley is a magical place - a place for fun and friends,and all the more so at Christmas time. Riley and his friends are very excited - it's Christmas time and everyone is busy preparing. But there's just one thing missing - snow.
As Willow Valley is such a magical place, though, you can be sure that everything will be just perfect - and so it is. And Riley has a special present to remind him all year round.
Another delightful story to enchant young readers. What is going on at Furry Towers? The friends come to the rescue in another wacky and hilarious tale that will have youngsters giggling all the way through. A brand new series for boys. Fibs or true stories? Well, if they are true stories, then they are VERY far-fetched! Oliver Tibbs' life is very boring so he decides to brighten things up with a bit of fun during Show and Tell - but Miss Wilkins doesn't see the joke Easy reading and children will enjoy the mix of text and comic strip format which is excellent for encouraging reluctant readers.
outer-edge-design.com/components/kegunaan/2609-tracker-application.php Oliver is a likeable character and I look forward to more in the series. The key characters are a human boy and an alien child who share a love of mischief, and the stories are hilarious accounts of their antics. The parping pantpiper is on the rampage in Pete's classroom. This stinky little ickimal must be stopped - and fast! Plenty of amusing illustrations help the transition from picture books for young readers. On the surface, Daniel and Justin are identical twin brothers - but they are destined to become very different Will Riley and Debi find out the boys' secret?
And what will happen to the band? The Cupcake Girls are back with four new titles for the beginning of It's a collectable series for young girls who enjoy the family and friendship based storylines. At the outset, Emma is not happy about always needing to rearrange her schedule to babysit her younger brother, Jake - and they even have to take the bus to day camp together and Emma must look after Jake. But there's plenty of help and friendship on hand - and cooking, of course! This is the seventh adventure for the Spell Sisters and the stories are still bright and fresh - just right for young girls who love the familiarity of characters they have met before.
Gewn, her best friend Flora and the magical horse Moonlight have been set a very special task by the Lady of the Lake - to rescue the eight Spell Sisters. To encourage girls to collect the whole series, there are stickers in each book which can be used to decorate scenes available at www. A traditional style adventure story, full of thrills and excitement. But they are up against an international animal smuggler who wants the valuable turtles for himself. The adventure intensifies when a typhoon strikes and they find themselves in shark infested waters and have to save themselves as well as the turtles.
The toys whose home is the Magic Toyshop are like no others. They are magical patchwork toys who enjoy lots of fun adventures. In this, the second in the series, Jack arrives at the toy shop looking for a friend and Willow and Freddie know just what he needs - a Hoozle! But soon Croc the naughty Hoozle is making trouble for everyone. Can they stop his mean plans and find Jack a fuzzy friend? There are lovely stories for 5 to 7 year olds just starting to read on their own.
The familiar characters give reassurance and these are charming stories. Jacqueline Wilson has such a sure touch when it comes to writing about families and that is well demonstrated once again in this book. Sisters Marty and Melissa couldn't be more different. Marty loves her Converse trainers, playing football, hiding in her secret den and helping her dad with his DIY. But Melissa loves Justin Bieber and all things pink, girly and pretty. For Marty, having to share her bunk beds and lose her private sanctuary turns out to be the very worst thing about having a sister. But the girls soon discover that being too close for comfort can have unexpected consequences, and when an accident happens, the sisters realise they are closer than they thought.
These fairytales are like no others.