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Book of the Month: Super Frozen Magic Forest

Super Frozen Magic Forest By Matty Long Winter is coming… Described as Tolkien for tots, this latest tale in the Super Happy Magic Forest series sees all frolicking halted by the freezing powers of the Snow Queen. Join our five brave, if a little unlikely, winter heroes (a unicorn, a mushroom, a faun, a fairy, … Read more

Legend of Kevin

Book of the Month: The Legend of Kevin

The Legend of Kevin By Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre Perfect for children aged 7–9 Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Kevin! Kevin is a roly-poly flying pony who finds himself blown a long way from home in a magical storm. Luckily for him, he lands on Max’s balcony, and together … Read more

Book of the Month: The Night Zookeeper: The Lioness of Fire Desert

The Night Zookeeper: Lioness of Fire Desert Written by Joshua Davidson and illustrated by Buzz Burman The zoo needs you… Join Will and his friends, Ria and Sam the spying giraffe, as they continue their adventure in the magical world of the Night Zoo. This time, they journey to Fire Desert, where they meet Captain … Read more

Book of the Month: Riddle of the Runes

Riddle of the Runes Written by Janina Ramirez and illustrated by David Wyatt ‘A book that every aspiring shield maiden should keep close to her heart if she wants her buckles to truly swash. A tale with a big, warm, wild heart.’ Frank Cottrell-Boyce Abruptly woken in the middle of the night by the village … Read more

Book of the Month: Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Sleepy Hummingbirds

Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Sleepy Hummingbirds Written by Anne Booth and illustrated by Rosie Butcher To the Keeper of this Book — magic awaits! Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Sleepy Hummingbirds is the first book in an enchanting new series of chapter books celebrating the real-life beauty and wonder of the natural world. Filled … Read more

Happyville High

Book of the Month: Happyville High

Happyville High: Geek Tragedy Written and illustrated by Tom McLaughlin Heroic nerds are here to save the day! From the author of the hugely successful Accidental Prime Minister comes a hilarious new series that celebrates super nerds and geeks, with all the wit and humour that kids love! A highly recommended read for fans of … Read more

Planet Stan

Book of the Month: Planet Stan

Planet Stan Written by Elaine Wickson and illustrated by Chris Judge Stanley loves space, calm and pie charts. His younger brother Fred loves dinosaurs, chaos and mess, and is prone to leaving snails under Stanley’s bed and ladybirds in his lunchbox. Surely they must have something in common? With the clock ticking down to the … Read more

Winnie and Wilbur: The Naughty Knight

Book of the Month: Winnie and Wilbur: The Naughty Knight

Winnie and Wilbur: The Naughty Knight Written by Valerie Thomas and illustrated by Korky Paul In this brand-new adventure from Valerie Thomas – with iconic illustrations by Korky Paul – the nation’s most-beloved witch and her ever-patient cat discover what it was like to be a knight in medieval times. With a little magical help … Read more

Bee Boy

Book of the Month: Bee Boy

Bee Boy Written and illustrated by Tony de Saulles Following a long and successful career as an illustrator, Tony de Saulle’s bee-rilliant book Bee Boy combines his wonderful artwork with a superhero story that is entertaining and educational in equal measure – perfect for children aged 7+ who like funny illustrated fiction. Half bee, half … Read more

Make Me Awesome by Ben Davis

Book of the Month: Make Me Awesome

Make Me Awesome by Ben Davis, illustrated by Mike Lowery From the author of My Embarrassing Dad’s Gone Viral and Danny Dread comes a new laugh-out-loud tale of young-teen trials and tribulations – perfect for children aged 9+ and fans of funny fiction such as My Brother is a Superhero and The Astounding Broccoli Boy. … Read more