Imaginary

These books are to make the children use their imagination and give them something different to think about.

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  1. The Insects in Gary's Garden
    £8.50

    This resource is designed for children between 4 and 8 years old. The basis of each topic, is seen through the eyes of the insects in Gary's Garden. The stories themselves are fun to read to children. They will learn various ways to care for their environment. The follow-up activities include a bit of everything! It's a well known fact that children learn through play, so there are games to be played in or out of doors. You will find models to make and use, scientific experiments and a science investigation to carry out. At the back of this book are time fillers, which include wordsearches and pictures of insects to colour in. You may find them useful to set as homework. Finally, I hope the children enjoy this resource, as much as I did writing it! Learn More
  2. The Tree Devil
    £15.00

    What would you do if a monster nearly killed your best mate on your way home from school?

    A monster that changes its colour so that it can hide against a tree trunk and be really hard to see?

    And what if other people start dying, and neither the police nor the press seem to know why?

    After a bit of detective work Rick thinks he knows the answer, but can he and his friend Jack stop the tree devils before there are so many of them that human beings are wiped off the face of the earth?

    Suitable for 10-13 year olds

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  3. The Sorcerer's Servant
    £15.00

    Toby Greenleaf enjoys working for the mysterious Doctor Ezekiel Culpepper, physician to King Henry VIII. But when his master is accused of sorcery and suddenly disappears, Toby is left with only a painting and a riddle to solve.

    Can Toby unravel the mystery or will the spies that are following him, beat him to the answer?

    Discover all, in this terrific tale of Tudor intrigue!

    Includes activities after each chapter.

    Suitable for 10-13 year olds

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  4. Chaos in the Cathedral
    £5.99

    The quest of the green children from the Whispers in the Woods novel continues as they search the plague-ridden streets of Lincoln, looking for the one man who can help them find Robin Hood - is he their father?

    The children manage to escape the clutches of the Master of the Lincoln Gilds and leave chaos in their wake as they flee the quarantined cathedral before it's too late! However, in Sherwood, one of them is captured....

    The legend continues in this fantastic, thought-provoking story.

    This fabulous tale is part of an exciting trilogy about the adventures of the green children. See Related Products for more information.

    Suitable for ages 9 to adult.

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  5. Swords in the Summer
    £5.99

    Leaving Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood far behind them, Fern, Hickory and Nathaniel ride west to the ancient Celtic land of Cornwall.

    Here they must find the legendary warrior known as the Green Knight, but Cornwall is in the midst of war and the children soon find themselves embroiled in a bitter struggle to defend the realm against invasion.

    Journey one last time with the green children as they face charging knights, evil abbots and finally come face to face with an old enemy!

    Swords in the Summer is the follow up to Chaos in the Cathedral and Whispers in the Woods and is the third and last book in the trail of the green children. Find out more about the Medieval Trilogy in Related Products below.

    Suitable for ages 9 to adult.

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  6. Weird Files: The Ghost of Trigger Strokes
    £4.99

    Danny is investigating spooky noises in the woods near Robbery Lane one night when he meets the fearsome ghost of a highwayman - Trigger Strokes - on horseback, waving a pistol. It's up to Danny to stop Trigger spreading fear into the town of Greenman, just as he did hundreds of years ago. But is there someone else, more sinister, lurking in the woods that night?

    Suitable for reading age 8 and interest age 8 - 13 years 

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Eye of the Storm
    £4.99

    Danny Sharpe didn't really want to go to the City Museum in the first place. At the end of the afternoon, Mr Willis, Danny's teacher, is desperate to get his class back to school before a thunderstorm breaks out, but Danny has lost his bag. When Danny wanders into the museum's Victorian street, the storm breaks with full force, and Danny embarks on the adventure of a lifetime.

    Eye of the Storm is an exciting time travel book which graphically describes Victorian life and characters with a difference. The plot moves at breathtaking pace and will keep young readers everywhere on the edge of their seats to the very last page.

    Suitable for 8 - 12 year olds.

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  10. 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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