| ||Louisa and Phoebe by Adele Geras.(Reference #0099218826)|
|Louisa's Secret by Adele Geras.(Reference #0099218321)|
| ||Little Swan by Adele Geras.(Reference #0099218224)|
|Louisa in the Wings by Adele Geras.(Reference #0099218429B)|
When a famous Russian ballet company comes to town, Louisa just has to see them. The tickets are very expensive and she and her sister, Annie, have thought of all sorts of schemes to help scrimp, save, beg and borrow the money needed. But they are too late. The show is sold out! Poor Louisa is devastated. Can the show possibly go on without her? There are three other stories is this series:- Little Swan, Louisa's Secret and Louisa and Phoebe.
| ||Solo by Paul Geraghty.(Reference #0091767334B)|
After a long journey across the sea, Floe, the Penquin returns to her mate, Solo Fin and her baby, Solo. Now it is Fin's turn to collect food for the family. Weeks pass, but Fin does not return. Weak with hunger, Floe knows she will have to hunt for fish or she and her baby will both starve.
|Solo by Paul Geraghty.(Reference #0091767334)|
(hardback) - Red Fox.
| ||The Hunter by Paul Geraghty.(Reference #009966631)|
Even though she is lost, Jamina cannot stop herself from following the mournful sound deeper and deeper into the bush and until she finds a baby elephant whimpering beside its dead mother. As Jamina bravely helps the little orphaned elephant she vows that she will never be a hunter ...!
|The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Grahame.(Reference #0416102351B)|
When a dragon is discovered on the Downs, the boy, who chiefly dabbles in natural history and fairy tales assures his parents, "I will talk to the dragon and you'll find it will be all right". And so, the boy and the dragon, sharing a taste for poetry and culture, become good friends. News of the dragon soon spreads and the village prepare for a day of feasting to welcome St George who, by tradition, comes to do battle with the dragon. The dragon appoints his friend to explain to St George that he is not a fearsome beast at all, and it is left to the boy to arrange a match which finally pleases all.
| ||The Last Vampire by Willis Hall(Reference #009922102-0)|
Henry Hollens and his parents are going abroard for the summer. So it is goodbye Cockleton-on-Sea and hello Cosmopolitan Camping! But disaster strikes when the bungling trio end up lost in Transylvania and have to pitch tent in the middle of a big dark forest. Unfortunately this salubrious spot is home to a dangerous pack of howling wolves and a weird hilltop castle with a sign: Castle Laucard. Alucard spells Dracula backwards ...
|Where's Wally? by Martin Handford.(Reference #wherewally)|
The Wonder Book
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| ||Winning Goal by Michael Hardcastle.(Reference #0749719923)|
|The Shrinking of Treehorn by Florence Heide(Reference #014030746)|
Treehorn knows very well that boys don't shrink, but he is fast vanishing under the table all the same!
| ||The Thing in the Sink by Frieda Hughes.(Reference #0750011726)|