Something has gone very wrong at Hoggle's Happy Toys. But five years after shutting its doors, the toy factory is opening again ... Bestselling author Alex Bell serves up mystery and dark humour aplenty in this Roald Dahl-esque middle-grade tale of toys brought to life.Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+
A laugh-out-loud tale of blood, guts and monsters! At school they call Frankie 'Lanky Frankie', so his mum and dad pack him off to a special school where he can learn how to stand up to his classmates - but that's only if he can survive the teachers first! Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+
Children's books superstar Julia Donaldson retells a trio of charming tales from across the world in a stunning full-colour edition, ideal as a very first independent read for children who have grown up with The Gruffalo.
Dad is a Master Baker and Albert is expected to one day follow in his footsteps. There's just one problem ... Albert doesn't care about baking, he only cares about sport! A baking nightmare makes for comedy gold in this hilarious Little Gem from a bestselling author and illustrator team.
Music is king in this wonderfully charming story of bandmates and babies, with strong messages of family and frienship at its heart. From children's author legend Gillian Cross. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 7+
The thrilling finale of the Ninja trilogy. Taka, Cho and Renzo are on a mission of vengeance. The Grandmaster says that it will not heal the hurts of the heart, but Taka is hurting badly and he can see no other way out - Lord Oda must pay. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+
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