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  1. The Dragon's Cave
    £4.99

    David Webb was born and brought up in Liverpool. He now lives in Bury, Lancashire, where he works as a full time author. David is a former Primary school Headteacher. He now provides talks and workshops for pupils and teachers.

    Suitable for reading age 8 and interest age 8 - 12

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  2. Weird Files: Invasion of the Vampoids
    £4.99

    Danny's power to detect aliens is thrown into overdrive by the arrival of the visiting school dentist. Why is her room so gloomy and why is Dannys best friend, Will, acting so strange?

    Its time to investigate whats really behind that dentists mask; but could Danny have bitten off more than he can chew?

    Key points:

    *Sci-fi adventure

    *Third title in the Weird Files series.

    Suitable for 8-12 year olds.

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  3. Weird Files: The Alien Science Bus
    £4.50

    To his parents, school friends and people who know him, Danny Weir is a clever, red-haired, ten-year-old boy who is mad about Science, U.F.O.s and the paranormal. Most of them know to keep him away from their electrical things, as they go wonky when he's about. But Danny has another type of 'power', a kind of sixth sense, or 'weird sense' as he calls it, for detecting anything extra-terrestrial or paranormal.

    When the Science Bus arrives at Greenman Primary, Danny is excited as he loves Science. However, he soon has the weirdest, creepiest feeling in his head when he meets the very strange Science Bus teacher, Mr Allen, and spots his lizard green eyes, forked tongue and fondness for munching live ants

    Suitable for reading age 8 and interest age 8 - 12

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  4. The Bears Bite Back
    £4.99

    The Bears Bite Back is a humorous and wacky sequel to Goldilocks and the Three Bears and takes up the story where the old classic finished. The three bears are fuming after the ringleted prowler has left their place in disarray. They quickly decide to get their own back by following the intruder's footprints and marching over to her house to eat her food, break her furniture and sleep in her bed!

    Cillydirella, the second story in the book, is an upbeat version of Cinderella.

     

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  5. The Library Ghost Work Book
    £6.30

    It's a Victorian day at Mill Street School to help raise money for a new library! Children and staff are all dressed up in Victorian costume, just like the 'good old days'. All except for the sneering spoilsport, Delia Grime, that is.

    All goes well until Sam and Ollie become suspicious when Mr Spink, their Headteacher, seems to appear in two places at the same time. The day goes from bad to worse as Delia Grime causes chaos at the coffee afternoon, trying to kidnap a precious and valuable Victorian china doll. However, she's in for a ghostly shock when she makes her escape to the old school library!

     

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  6. Dinosaur Day Work Book
    £6.30

    t's Dinosaur Day and Terri Timpson is really excited. However, her class trip to the dinosaur exhibition at the City Museum provides far more excitement than she bargained for! Cunning thieves plan to steal the priceless Stone of Methesda from the Egyptian Gallery - until Terri and her friends leap into action!

    An exciting and hilarious adventure, that will keep its readers gripped to the end.

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  7. Snakes' Legs and Cows' Eggs
    £4.50

    What happens when you sneeze with your eyes open? When a woodcutter meets a dragon? When a bully meets some bad fairies? Story teller Adam Bushnell's eight hilarious stories bring together characters from all over the world. Familiar faces such as Anansi and the Thunder God take their place with larger than life new characters.

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  8. Donkeys' Wings and Worms' Stings - Audio Cd
    £8.50

    Donkeys' Wings and Worms' Stings is a collection of traditional tales and entirely original stories, each told with serious silliness. They are culturally diverse and are written to be read aloud by teachers, parents and children, or can be read individually.

    The stories are targeted at disengaged or reluctant readers and attempt to motivate children to read. The non-patronising and humorous approach is aimed at ages 6 to 106, as the humour appeals to all ages. This means that these stories are accessible to children whose reading age is significantly below their chronological age. The presentation of this book also makes it suitable for Dyslexic readers.

     

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  9. Donkeys' Wings and Worms' Stings
    £4.50

    Donkeys' Wings and Worms' Stings is a collection of traditional tales and entirely original stories, each told with serious silliness. They are culturally diverse and are written to be read aloud by teachers, parents and children, or can be read individually.

    The stories are targeted at disengaged or reluctant readers and attempt to motivate children to read. The non-patronising and humorous approach is aimed at ages 6 to 16, as the humour appeals to all ages. This means that these stories are accessible to children whose reading age is significantly below their chronological age. The presentation of this book also makes it suitable for Dyslexic readers.

     

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  10. Eyeball Soup
    £4.99

    Here are two amazing sci-fi stories in one book! Told with generous helpings of excitement, adventure and humour, Eyeball Soup and Magut the Alien are bound to appeal to young readers and especially boys.

     

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