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    Barrington Stoke

    Barrington Stoke has over 21 years’ award-winning experience of publishing dyslexia friendly, super-readable books accessible to young people with dyslexia or reading reluctance
    We strongly believe that every child can become a reader – if we remove the obstacles that can get in their way.
    From our shapely font that promotes character recognition to our tinted paper that is easier on the eye, everything about our books is designed to break down the barriers that prevent young people developing a love of reading – from dyslexia to visual stress, language issues to simple reluctance.
    But you don’t need to be a reluctant or struggling reader to enjoy our books. We have an incredible range of stories from the very best award-winning authors and illustrators, from picture books, to first chapter books in colour, middle grade, teen and YA novels.
    In 2020 Barrington Stoke were the first Scottish publisher to win the CILIP Carnegie Medal for Lark by Anthony McGowan.

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    A Bad Day for Jayden

    £6.99
    Mum won't get out of bed. His best friend has dumped him. And school work is just too difficult. It feels like the world is conspiring against Jayden in this touching and sensitively told story of life as a young carer from beloved author Tony Bradman. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    A Dark Trade

    £6.99
    A richly atmospheric page-turner from the author of Fallen Grace. The maze-like, mysterious world of Victorian London is the perfect setting for the story of a girl who becomes a boy to ensure her survival in the darkest trade of the underworld - the body business. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

    A Remarkable Ear

    £6.99
    Everyone's always telling Will to stop making so much noise. That is, until he meets music teacher Mr Brand. He thinks Will's not just noisy but that he has a gift ... Award-winning author Anne Fine returns with a touching, musical story of patience, practice and courage. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Albert Johnson and the Buns of Steel

    £6.99
    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.

    Alpha

    £16.99
    A timely and important graphic novel account of one man's desperate journey from North Africa to Europe. Alpha brings together prize-winning artist Barroux and novelist Bessora, and comes to the UK market with a foreword by Michael Morpurgo and endorsed by Amnesty International.

    Anna Gain and the Same Sixty Seconds

    £6.99
    Anna Gain is never late for the bus. But when a series of bizarre events has her re-living the same sixty seconds again ... and again ... and again ... will she ever make it on time? A laugh-out-loud and punny take on `Groundhog Day' particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Ash Boy: A CinderFella Story

    £5.99
    A wonderfully warm and funny reworking of the Cinderella story, from an accomplished writer of retellings and myths. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 7+

    Back on Weird Street

    £5.99
    Return to Weir(d) Street with three more unnerving tales told with all of Anne Fine's trademark eye for drama and suspense. Perfect to thrill and chill, and particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Because of You

    £7.99
    Poppy feels like her life is falling to pieces in this coming-of-age novella of blended families and online bullying from best-selling author Eve Ainsworth. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 12+

    Bloodline

    £7.99
    Gritty, nail-biting thriller from Carnegie medalist Kevin Brooks. Finbar's quiet weekend is disrupted by the sudden appearance of a girl with a gun and a bag of cash. Who is she? And will Finbar's life ever be the same? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

    Blue John

    £6.99
    A spell-binding tale of magic for young readers that explores the wonder of nature, from award-winning Berlie Doherty. High quality cream paper and a special easy to read font ensure a smooth read for all.

    Blue Moon

    £5.99
    A touching and compelling tale of a young girl's love for her horse. Brilliantly illustrated in soft and sensitive black and white by the fabulously talented Gary Blythe, this is sure to delight all young pony fans. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Brock

    £7.99
    A bleakly poetic tale about one boy's determination to save a badger cub. When Nicky witnesses the destruction of a badger set, there's not a lot he can do. But one badger cub has escaped - can he save it? Another stunning novella from award-winning Anthony McGowan. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers of 12+

    Butterflies for Grandpa Joe

    £6.99
    Grandpa Joe is butterfly bonkers. But since Ben's granny passed away, it feels like he's a different person. Could bringing the butterflies to him really bring Grandpa Joe's smile back? A heart-warming tale of empathy, affection and coping with grief across generations, particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Captain Whiskers

    £6.99
    Cats in the bath. Cats in the cupboards. A hundred cats everywhere in this furry, funny and very cute Little Gem from King of Comedy Jeremy Strong!

    Car Wash Wish

    £6.99
    An honest and heart-warming tale of family, growing up and 'difference' from prize-winning author Sita Brahmachari, set over the course of one life-changing day. Tender-hearted and necessary, this gem of a teen novel is a rollercoaster ride for the heart. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

    Cherry Green Story Queen

    £6.99
    A brand new 4u2read edition of a charming modern-day take on the Arabian Night stories, with illustrations by Charlie Alder. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    City Boy

    £6.99
    Fun football story from the author of the best seller United Here I Come!

    Clever Cakes

    £6.99
    Two super-smart kids triumph in these perfectly packaged fairy tales with a twist from multi-award-winning and bestselling author Michael Rosen!

    Cyborg

    £6.99
    Scott barely escaped with his life when he destroyed Virtual Kombat. But the game's not over and now it's more real than ever before ... An edge-of-your-seat dystopian thriller from Bodyguard bestseller Chris Bradford. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 9+

    Daisy and the Unknown Warrior

    £6.99
    Reluctant reader favourite Tony Bradman returns with a captivating historical tale inspired by the true story of Britain's Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Dragon

    £6.99
    Warm, magical and funny family tale from an award-winning author. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Dream Team

    £6.99
    A fact-filled football story about the importance of team-work, bursting with friendship and fun. A must for football fans everywhere. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+.

    Fairy Tales: The Villain's Version

    £7.99
    The villains are the stars of the show in these four hilarious fractured fairy tales from queen of funny, Kaye Umansky.

    Five Hundred Miles

    £6.99
    Tense teen drama with all the hallmarks of a classic Kevin Brooks, in which two brothers take off in a stolen car with a mysterious girl. A road-movie story shot through with playful hopefulness. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

    Five Ways to Make a Friend

    £6.99
    It's Ella's first day at her new school and that can only mean one thing: making new friends. But that challenge is even tougher than she thought ... A touching tale of friendship, understanding and finding the confidence to be yourself. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 7+

    Friday Forever

    £5.99
    It's Friday and Lenny has had a pretty good day at school and wishes every day could be like this! But when he wakes the next morning, it's not Saturday, but Friday again and he has to re-live it again and again.

    Gamer

    £6.99
    Street kid Scott jumps at the chance to be a Virtual Kombat gamer. But when his friend Kate goes missing, Scott's dream quickly becomes a nightmare ... A sleek new edition of the first book in Bodyguard author Chris Bradford's action-packed dystopian trilogy. Particularly suitable for struggling reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Go! Go! Chichico!

    £6.99
    Chichico has everything he needs to be a top footballer - apart from a pair of boots! A little football story with a big heart from a top author. High quality cream paper and a special easy to read font ensure a smooth read for all.

    Grandpa Bert and the Ghost Snatchers

    £6.99
    A pleasingly absurd caper where kids outwit crooks, ghost are let out of the bag, and grandparents refuse to behave! From beloved and best-selling author Malorie Blackman.

    Gunpoint

    £6.99
    Suspense-driven, action-packed terrorist vs. hostage showdown that will keep readers gripped to the very last page. Perfect for a fast fiction fix and particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 10+

    Henry Pond the Poet

    £6.99
    A wonderful froggy adventure from award-winning Dick King-Smith combines with stunning artwork from Victor Ambrus to make for an utterly charming Little Gem. High quality cream paper and a special easy to read font ensure a smooth read for all.

    Hero

    £6.99
    A humorous and perceptive tale exploring teen life. Luke defends his sister and ends up challenging the hardest boy in school to a fight! Will he survive the showdown? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

    Home Ground

    £6.99
    Hasan and Faisal could be the key to the team's win in this fact-filled story of football and refugee communities from footie king Alan Gibbons. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Into the Bin

    £6.99
    Every old object can find a new home for Mr Frost's class in this cheerful tale about reusing and recycling, from award-winning author Anne Fine. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Jane Eyre: A Retelling

    £7.99
    A poignant and powerful retelling of Charlotte Bronte's masterful 'Jane Eyre', brought to life for a new generation of readers by Carnegie Medal-winning author Tanya Landman.

    Jason Banks and the Pumpkin of Doom

    £5.99
    A charming and witty tale of bullies, pumpkins and unlikely friendships from award- winning author Gillian Cross. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+.

    Just Another Little Lie

    £7.99
    Too much wine. Hiding bottles. Violet's worried and she can tell Mum's not OK ... A deeply moving novella exploring the difficult subject of alcohol addiction from bestseller Eve Ainsworth. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 13+

    Keeper

    £6.99
    A thought-provoking football story accompanied by fascinating facts about famous goalies and the history of goalkeeping from reluctant-reader favourite Alan Gibbons.

    Lark

    £7.99
    Nicky and Kenny's mum is coming to visit for the first time in years. But when an outdoor adventure to take their minds off everything goes from bad to worse, there's a chance that not everyone will make it home alive... Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant, or dyslexic readers aged 13+.

    Laura Norder, Sheriff of Butts Canyon

    £6.99
    Laura has a mutiny on her hands when she tries to play by the rules in this non-stop Wild-West comedy from award-winning author Guy Bass. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Letting Go

    £7.99
    When Agnes made a promise to her girlfriend Ellie, she thought they would be together forever. But one year later Ellie is with Steve, Agnes is heartbroken and to keep her promise she'll have to push herself further than she ever thought was possible ... A gripping and moving story of love, loss and finding yourself from an award-winning YA author.

    Madam Squeaker

    £6.99
    Little mouse Minetta has had enough of these Ruling Rats and it's time they learned to share! But how will she ever make them listen? A gorgeous Little Gem about finding the courage to make your voice heard from Pip Jones the award-winning author of Izzy Gizmo.

    Magicat

    £6.99
    Magicat has been knocked off his broom! Luckily Jessie and Ali are here to help him out ... but while they wait for his witch, what could be the harm in letting Magicat do just a little bit of magic? Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Mary's Hair

    £6.99
    Horrid Henry meets Mrs Doyle in this riotous comedy from Irish Laureate Eoin Colfer - now with full colour artwork. High quality cream paper and a special easy to read font ensure a smooth read for all.

    Master Will and the Spanish Spy

    £6.99
    An exciting historical thriller drawing on little-known events of William Shakespeare's early life. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

    Mate Match

    £6.99
    Honest and heart-warming tale for modern teenage from the best-selling author of How to Train Your Parents. Perfectly pitched for digitally-obsessed teens, this upbeat comedy explores teen romance in the Age of the App and the value of real-life connections. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

    McTavish on the Move

    £6.99
    When Pa lands a new job the Peacheys must get ready to move. But no one seems to notice that Betty is finding the prospect of a new life difficult. Nobody that is except McTavish ... The fourth instalment of this beloved series brings a touching and witty take to one of life's most common anxieties.

    McTavish Takes the Biscuit

    £6.99
    McTavish is back! And this time he has his eyes on the pies as Pa Peachey tries to win the local town Bake Off ... what could go wrong? Another hilarious family adventure from award-winning author Meg Rosoff and star illustrator Grace Easton.

    Mind Writer

    £5.99
    Slick fantasy meets heart-pounding action in this gripping title from a best-selling author, guaranteed to grip readers until the very last page. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

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