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-\x09For children aged from 3 to 5
-\x09Introduction and afterword by the fox
-\x09Strong reading routine
-\x09Most popular topics
Adventure ahead! Little children listen wide-eyed to the story of a merry raft trip, of a small rabbit going on a long journey, of exciting underwater adventures and a thrilling night high up in a tree house, and lots more adventures besides.
These amusing adventure stories featuring the little fox come in a handy, easy to hold format, ideal for reading aloud at bedtime.
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Peggy Diggledey is constantly having lots of adventures with her friends Phil, Lisa, Ian and the dog, Hobgoblin. That’s because there’s just so much to see on their little island in the North. Whether the five friends are investigating an old shipwreck, David Donkey is ill or a dastardly biscuit thief needs to be caught, Peggy always has an idea at the ready!
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Highly imaginative story about learning to read and write.
With cartoon-style illustrations – great for reluctant readers, too.
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•\x09A flying pony and a brave little girl everyone will love – a fantastic partnership
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Fairyspell The Pony – Nina Has a Secret
Fairyspell the Pony – A Seaside Adventure
Fairyspell the Pony – An Exciting Riding Lesson
Fairyspell The Pony – Danger At The Gymkhana
Fairyspell The Pony – Where Can Wusel Be?
Fairyspell The Pony – The Mystery Of The Little Sheep | 3 +
George would like to learn how to fly because he doesn’t get as far as he would like by just hopping. His friend Bo, the dung beetle, does his best to stop him. He knows from past experience how difficult it is to get off the ground. And he’s right. What a good thing the pair meet Belle, the dragonfly. She can’t actually teach them to fly, but she does take them on an exciting journey of discovery into the big, wide world, to Ireland and Italy, to the North Sea and Egypt and all the way up into the Himalayas.
Fifteen delightful adventures with George, the grasshopper. To read aloud or for children to read to themselves.
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Fleakins is one of the brownies known as “Littels” and lives with his family in the wood. When Fleakins starts school, he has to discover his special talent. Is he good at practical things? Or music perhaps? But no matter what he attempts, Fleakins seems to have two left hands. He simply can’t do anything right! Then suddenly everyone in Littelwood is in uproar because the Lumini, the tiny light folk, have fallen ill and nobody knows how to make them better! Luckily, Fleakins has a brilliant idea. Is he destined to become Littelwood’s animal doctor?
A classic story book for the whole family to enjoy with the message that everyone has a talent. With a host of colour illustrations and chapters the perfect length to be read aloud.
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It’s evening and the Oggly grown-ups are longing for some peace and quiet, but the Oggly children are still wide awake. Not even Oggly-Mummy’s lullaby is any use! So Oggly-Grandpa begins to spin them some toady Oggly yarns and tells them all about the old days, when he was a deep-sea Oggly diver, an Oggly astronaut up in space and an Oggly sailor on the high seas. In the end, even the Oggly children grow tired from listening to so many thrilling stories and begin to snuggle down on their mattresses and fall asleep. But now they are snoring so loudly that their parents soon find themselves wishing they were awake again!
Zany Oggly adventure, hilarious and exciting: a typically Oggly-style toady-cheeky goodnight book.
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A hilariously chaotic story about friendship, for reading aloud to children of 6 and over.
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An interactive picture book for young artists with lots of imagination.
The scrawls-and-scribble concept built into a picture-book story
A creative, interactive book kids will want to look at again and again
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Circus hamster Harry knows that he’s been living in a book ever since he tumbled out of his story a while back. Now it’s happened again, and this time with Gerda, the racing tortoise. The pair land in a school where they meet class guinea pig Hercules and the three help shy Linus to find a friend. They have to resort to their wildest circus tricks to get back inside the book in time for their big entrance in the circus ring.
- Hilarious animal heroes, lots of gaily coloured illustrations, large format.
- Ideal for reading aloud – Harry the hamster delights adults and children alike.
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George and his friends Mo, the dung beetle, and Belle, the dragonfly, have “itchy feet”; they can’t get wait to go travelling again and explore foreign countries. They want to find out what’s it like in Transylvania, Iceland and Spain. But flying is never as easy as you think, and George and his friends experience more than one turbulent adventure! They even end up taking part in Olympic Games!
The second book all about the adventures of George, the lovable mascot of GEOmini magazine, with 12 read-aloud stories and lots of colour illustrations.
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A turbulent holiday adventure that makes an ideal holiday read: the second book in the popular adventure series with all kinds of mysteries to solve in every chapter!
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Fishbones, fumes and freeloading toothwort, this is so exciting! What could be more fun than to make real fartslime with the Ogglies, build bug-infested huts in the garden, or try out the rattiest hopscotch game of all time?
This adventure book with the Ogglies contains the best ideas, instructions and games for kids who love to experiment. For children aged eight and over and their parents.
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Read aloud and discover! Exciting stories about the greatest explorers and scientists in the history of the world: Leif Eriksson, Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, Maria Sibylla Merian, Alexander von Humboldt, Mary Kingsley, Roald Amundsen, Amelia Earhart, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Dian Fossey and Ellen MacArthur.
Amusing, child-appropriate stories about scientists and explorers. Read-aloud stories for children aged four and over | 4 +
Princess Alva (who is not really a princess, but don’t tell anyone) rides to the forest in her unicorn-drawn coach, accompanied by her servants. When they are held up by a gang of robbers, the voice of the great fiery dragon terrifies all of them except Alva. The dragon wants to get rid of his cough, the robbers want to get rid of the dragon, their leader is in trouble, and Alva wants everyone including herself to be happy. So come to the forest and find out how Alva solves each and every problem, and how chocolate buttons can make all the difference.
- Strong girl character gives the lie to stereotypical perceptions of gender roles
- Antonia Michaelis uses a playful, childlike style of language in the telling of her highly imaginative story
- With cheerful illustrations by Laura Bednarski
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Who says superheroes are only for older children? Marmelo, who saves bread and jam from falling jammy-side-down on the floor, is probably cooler than Spiderman was at the age of four. And Super-Erik saves an entire town from mega-mean Mega-Panda. With these superheroes around, who’s going to wait for Batman or until they can read for themselves? And in any case, being read to is always super!
Crazy, hilarious read-aloud stories in vibrant colours!
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One day, Lance finds a hole in the wall that surround Northwood and discovers a black world he has never before heard of on the other side of Darkstream. He meets Joe on the banks of the stream and before they know it, the two friends find themselves caught up in a perilous adventure. Something strange and evil is threatening Northwood, life in the black city becomes less and less bearable for Joe’s family and a white knight leaves puzzling messages for Lance and Joe. Very soon, the boys stumble across a mysterious connection between their two worlds and a dark secret from Lance’s past… | 10 +
Captain Crinklebeard is the terror of the seven seas. When his ship, the Blood Herring, appears on the horizon, every honest seafarer starts to tremble like a jelly with fear. No one is safe from him and his savage gang. But it might have been better for him if he had let one ship pass by. Because that ship was carrying a little girl called Molly …
With the film of the picture book Captain Crinklebeard and his Gang on DVD.
Animated with loving attention to detail and elaborately packed. The DVD comes in a plastic case that’s integrated into the cover. | 4 +
It turns out that the king was right to fear for his son’s safety because, one fine day, vultures come and carry Prince Florestan off to Bam-Bam the giant. The giant plans to put Florestan to work for him, but when the prince sets his pipe to his lips, he plays such sweet music that the giant is spellbound. Very soon, along come Toto and Veribunda, the fairy, who rescue him from the giant’s clutches.
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Anna had really only wanted to go into the cellar with her brother Ben to check the fuses. But suddenly the pair find themselves in the year 1919, where they are promptly placed in an orphanage. There they meet other children who are also from other times. In their search for an explanation, Anna, Ben and their new friends become caught up in an incredible adventure. They meet real princes, bogus scientists and mysterious lookalikes in worlds that really should not exist. Thomas Mendl’s novel is a cornucopia of ideas, poetic, intelligent and brimming with suspense.
With vignettes by the author.
•\x09In the truest sense of the word, a dream debut work about the power of imagination
•\x09Intelligent reading with a philosophical background, a likeable gang of children and a wealth of surprising ideas
French sample translation available!
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At last there’s a cheeky new role model for girls! Peggy Diggledey with her friendship adventures in chapters that are just perfect for storytime.
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