The Bacteria Book
By bestselling author, physics graduate and comedian Steve Mould. Perfectly balanced between ‘ew, gross’’ and “oh, cool!”.
Good photos, illustrations and fun facts
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It has been over 20 years since Potter first broke into our consciousness, but he keeps going strong for new generations of 7 - 12 year olds, on repeat.
We always stock the classic 7 volumes in the series ( priced at £7.99 each), and you can also purchase 'House' branded colourways, and now a beautiful £30 illustrated edition of the first 3 books is also in existence, perfect for reading aloud to children.
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£12.99From the dynamic, dream team of Jon Klassen and Mac Barnett comes the final instalment in the hilarious shape trilogy. Triangle and Square are visiting Circle, who lives at the waterfall. When they play hide-and-seek, Circle tells the friends the one rule: not to go behind the falling water.
But after she closes her eyes to count to ten, of course that's exactly where Triangle goes. Will Circle find Triangle? And what OTHER shapes might be lurking back there? Sparks the imagination, allows chat about hidden worries, and ultimately has style and humour.
A celebration of libraries, books and the joy of sharing stories, perfect for sharing before bedtime. When the library closes, and the last librarian has gone home to bed . . the books come alive and tell stories of their adventures, and their readers. But Dusty the book has never been borrowed and dreams of finding someone to share his story with ….Carolina Rabei's gorgeous artwork brings this magical story to life for children aged 3 years and up.
This is a lovely concept, in 'Toy Story' tradition of the books coming to life and talking about us instead.
Winner of the Costa Book Award 2018 - Children's category.
The Skylarks' War is a beautiful story following the loves and losses of a family growing up against the harsh backdrop of World War One, from the award-winning Hilary McKay. Clarry and her older brother Peter live for their summers in Cornwall, staying with their grandparents and running free with their charismatic cousin, Rupert. But as they grow older, and the War encroaches ever more on their lives, how will Clarry cope?
I loved this book, it's warm, funny and touching - suits everyone from 8 to 80 I think!