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  • The Boy who Cried Wolf by Saffy Jenkins
    The Boy who Cried Wolf (Paperback) Saffy Jenkins, Leo Broadly

    A shepherd boy decides to play a trick on the people in his village by telling them that there is a wolf nearby. But will the villagers believe him when a wolf really does turn up? This witty retelling of the traditional story was written by Saffy Jenkins.

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  • The Ugly Duckling by James Mayhew
    The Ugly Duckling (Paperback) James Mayhew

    Follow the ugly duckling, who is rejected by the other ducks because he doesn't look like them and doesn't fit in. Will they change their mind when he grows up - and will they have a surprise in store? This lovely wordless retelling of the traditional tale has been illustrated by James Mayhew.

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  • The Honey-Guide Bird: Two Traditional Tales from Africa by Deborah Bawden
    The Honey-Guide Bird: Two Traditional Tales from Africa (English, Paperback) Deborah Bawden, Monica Auriemma

    Two funny, light-hearted traditional tales from Africa.

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  • Wild Dog In The City by Karen Romano-Young
    Wild Dog In The City (English, Paperback) Karen Romano-Young

    Once, coyotes only lived in the country. Now, they've moved into cities, where they go hunting at night.

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  • Arthur's Fantastic Party by Joseph Theobald
    Arthur's Fantastic Party (English, Paperback) Joseph Theobald

    Arthur the donkey is having a party - but he wants it to be fantastic. So fantastic, that only fantastic guests can come! But when none of his friends qualify to go on the guest list, he changes his mind - and everyone has lots of fun.

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  • The Owl and the Pussycat by Polly Dunbar
    The Owl and the Pussycat (Paperback) Polly Dunbar

    This illustrated wordless version of the poem "The Owl and the Pussycat" by Edward Lear is told through the beautiful artwork of award-winning illustrator Polly Dunbar.

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  • Come to the Circus by Damien Harvey
    Come to the Circus (Paperback) Damien Harvey

    Come and see the circus! A combination of artwork and photographs show children some of the things they might see in a circus, such as clowns, dancers, the juggler and acrobats. A combination of illustrations and photographs show them at work.

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  • Little Bear: A folktale from Greenland by Dawn Casey
    Little Bear: A folktale from Greenland (Paperback) Dawn Casey, Chris Corner

    In this beautiful retelling of a folktale from Greenland, an unlikely friendship develops between a lonely old woman and a baby polar bear. With stunning artwork from Chris Corner, this book explores the moving relationship between human and animal as the bear cub grows up.

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  • Peter and the Wolf by Diane Redmond
    Peter and the Wolf (English, Paperback) Diane Redmond, John Bendall-Brunello

    This book presents Serge Prokofieff's famous musical story about young Peter and the Wolf in the style of a play with four scenes. The cast of characters on page 2 shows how Prokofieff used a different musical instrument to represent each character. With the help of a narrator, the story reveals, how Peter outwits the big bad wolf.

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  • Cats by Claire Llewellyn
    Cats (Paperback) Claire Llewellyn, Andrew Beckett

    This captivating non-fiction book compares pet cats and wild cats, pointing out the features common to both. Each spread consists of a beautifully illustrated and labelled feature of a domestic cat on the left, and a high quality photograph of the corresponding feature in a wild cat on the right.

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  • Matti's Miracle by Ann Jungman
    Matti's Miracle
    Ann Jungman, Michael Foreman

    Berlin in 1938 is not a safe place to be if you're Jewish. For Matti and many other Jewish children it means being sent to England for safety. Placed with a foster family in the British countryside, Matti is happy but desperate for his parents to join him. He starts working on a plan, but will it work out in time?

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  • The Wind in the Willows by Nicky Singer
    The Wind in the Willows (English, Paperback) Nicky Singer, Anna Shuttlewood

    Nicky Singer has captured all the beauty and familiarity of this classic children's book. Follow the adventures of Rat, Mole and Badger as they try to stop their friend Toad from getting into too much trouble.

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  • The Story of Nian: a Folk Tale from China by Dr. Wee Bee Geok
    The Story of Nian: a Folk Tale from China (English, Paperback) Dr. Wee Bee Geok, Turine Tran

    A traditional tale from China, which explores the ancient rituals of Chinese New Year, and explains how it's come to be one of the most celebrated moments of the Chinese calendar. Full of drama and suspense, you can't help but be enthralled by this story of man over beast.

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  • Let's Go to Mars by Janice Marriott
    Let's Go to Mars (English, Paperback) Janice Marriott, Mark Ruffle

    This unique persuasive text takes the form of a fictional holiday to Mars, presenting factual information about the red planet. The text draws comparisons between Earth and Mars, and considers aspects of space travel such as weightlessness and the lack of oxygen.

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  • The Oak Tree by Anna Owen
    The Oak Tree (Paperback) Anna Owen, Laszlo Veres

    A non-fiction, photographic picture book about the different parts of an oak tree and the creatures that live in its roots, trunk, bark, branches and leaves. The photographs and life-like illustrations answer the repeated question: 'Who lives...?'

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  • Alice in Wonderland by Emma Chichester Clark
    Alice in Wonderland (English, Paperback) Emma Chichester Clark

    A brand new Alice for children today to enjoy, beautifully retold and illustrated by multi-award-winning author Emma Chichester Clark, which captures the original tale faithfully and loyally but with makes it accessible for a whole new generation.

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  • Life and Death in an Iron Age Hill Fort by Juliet Kerrigan
    Life and Death in an Iron Age Hill Fort (English, Paperback) Juliet Kerrigan

    In the Iron Age over 3,000 forts were built on top of hills. Find out how hill forts were constructed, what they were used for, and what they tells us about the people who lived over 2,000 years ago. A fascinating look into a past world by Juliet Kerrigan.

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  • The Pot of Gold by Julia Donaldson
    The Pot of Gold (English, Paperback) Julia Donaldson

    Julia Donaldson tells the tale of the misfortunate characters Bonny and Sandy, who are forever arguing. One day a little man comes to stay, and it looks as though their luck has changed.

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  • The Woman who Fooled the Fairies by Rose Impey
    The Woman who Fooled the Fairies (English, Paperback) Rose Impey, Mr. Nick Schon

    There was once a woman who baked the best cakes in the whole world. The fairies loved her cakes. But they didn't want to buy them and the woman was far too clever to let anyone steal them. So the fairies decide to steal the cake-maker instead! What follows is a hilarious account of how the woman manages to escape the greedy fairies' clutches.

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  • Good Fun Farm by Ian Whybrow
    Good Fun Farm (English, Paperback) Ian Whybrow, Jonathan Allen

    At Good Fun Farm, the animals are fed up. The sign says Good Fun Farm, but they never have any fun. Then the smallest duckling makes an interesting discovery. Soon everyone on the farm is having fun ... find out how.

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