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Activity Bible for Young Minds (Paperback)The Activity Bible for Young Minds teaches children what God’s Word says while engaging them in fun, educational and challenging activities. After each Bible story are word searches, puzzles, and other entertaining and fun activities. Beautiful color illustrations help children visualize the story of God’s love, from Adam and Eve to King David and Jonah, and on to the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. This action-packed book contains more than 100 Bible stories and activities to both teach and entertain including “Dot-to-Dot”, “Count the Animals” and “Color by Numbers”. Children will learn the truths of the Bible and have so much fun while doing so! This edition’s texts and activities especially aimed at children ages 8 and up.
Die Dokter by Paula Raubenheimer (Paperback)
Kriekie is siek. Hy het koors Mamma Padda bel die dokter. Die dokter kom met sy tas en pille.
The Night before Easter by: Natasha Wing (paperback)
The Night Before Easter written by Natasha Wing. Published by Grosset & Dunlap in 1999. This item is a Trade Paperback edition.
Peter Pan by JM Barrie (Hardback)
Neverland is home to Peter Pan, a young boy who has never grown up. On one of his visits to London, Peter makes the acquaintance of young Wendy Darling, whom he invites to travel with him to Neverland and become the mother of his gang of Lost Boys. Flying through the night sky to Neverland, Wendy and her brothers John and Michael are soon caught up in marvelous adventures with the Indian Princess Tiger Lily, the loyal fairy Tinker Bell and Peter’s nemesis, a sinister hook-handed pirate known as Captain Hook.
Issie and the Christmas Pony Book by Stacy Gregg (paperback)
An extra-special Christmas story about Issie and her friends at pony club. With gymkhanas to win, rivals to defeat, mysteries to solve and ponies in danger to save – these books are perfect for all readers who love ponies.
NERDS: National Espionage, Rescue, and Defense Society by Michael Buckley (Paperback)
The excitement of international espionage combined with the awkwardness of elementary makes for non-stop laughs in NERDS, the hilarious series from New York Times bestselling author Michael Buckley!
Meet the NERDS, a team of eleven-year-old super spies:
Duncan “Gluestick” Dewey: He’s a paste-eater who can stick to walls.
Ruby “Pufferfish” Peet: Her allergies help her detect danger and dishonesty.
Heathcliff “Choppers” Hodges: He controls minds with his buckteeth.
Julio “Flinch” Escala: His hyperactivity gives him super speed and strength.
Matilda “Wheezer” Choi: Her inhalers enable her to fly and blast enemies.
Jackson “Braceface” Jones, the new recruit. This metal mouth is the team’s go-to gadget guy . . . if only he can get over becoming a NERD.
Can this team of misfits save the world from their secret headquarters in the basement of their school? Can you read NERDS without laughing? Go ahead and try!
The Big Book of School Stories by Gillian Cross 3 in 1 (hardback)Meet a school hamster, a boy who does his first subtraction sum when he’s only four years old and experience the joys of working on a project about the Romans with schoolboy Davey, in this anthology of school stories.
Tom Gates 15: What Monster by Liz Pichon (Hardback)
The fifteenth title in the bestselling Tom Gates series
of books from the brilliantly talented Liz
How has this scary beast escaped into Tom’s sort-of-normal world?
Is it one of his doodles?
Is it Delia on the rampage?
Or is it Mr Fullerman at full moon?
All will be revealed in this book
According to Tom, it contains:
MONSTERS – MYSTERY – A MUSIC FESTIVAL – MISSING STUFF.
Oh, and also a very strict supply teacher who is every kid’s nightmare.
FOUR PAST MIDNIGHT by Stephen King (Paperback)
Jet passengers are stuck in a time-slip, a psychopath accuses a writer of plagiarism, a man with an overdue book encounters a demonic librarian, and a boy’s camera snaps photos of a huge and nasty dog in these four horror novellas.
The Best Pub Joke Book Ever! (Paperback)
The Best Pub Joke Book Ever! is packed with over 1,000 of the best quality pub jokes available. From shaggy dog stories to one-liners, this book contains a joke for every occasion – apart from entertaining your mother-in-law. All of the jokes are geared towards an adult audience – specially selected for use in pubs, clubs and parties.
The Ultimate Book of Questions and Answers by Anna Award (Hardback)
Discover an amazing world of knowledge and the answers to hundreds of fascinating questions about the earth, plants and animals, the human body, science and technology, space exploration and the universe. Why do jellyfish sting? Can an aeroplane fly backwards? Why does a jack-rabbit have big ears? This stunning book is packed with over 500 colorful illustrations and includes an extensive glossary and comprehensive index!
Science Experiments (Paperback)
You can make extraordinary things from everyday materials. Ever wanted to make an egg bounce, grow your own stalactite, make home made boogers or create invisible ink? These astounding, amazing, astonishing experiments will show you everything you need to know to stun, stagger, stupefy and startle your friends and family. So become the mad scientist you’ve always wanted to be today. Also available in these new and improved Cool books featuring Greg Singleton’s cheeky illustrations – Jokes, Magic Tricks, Freaky Facts, Riddles & Tongue Twisters, Gross Jokes.
Ouch! – Read At Home by Roderick Hunt & Alex Brychta (Paperback)
Read at Home is designed for young readers who are starting out on their reading adventure!
Tim’s Din by Monica Hughes Illustrated by Bill Ledger (Paperback)
Dad naps. Will Tim nap?
Tom’s Mad Mop by Celia Warren Illustrated by Bill Ledger (Paperback)
Tom likes to trick Mags and Kit with his mad mop. How will they get him back?
The Book of Dust (Volume One): La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman (Hardback)
Eleven-year-old Malcolm Polstead and his dæmon, Asta, live with his parents at the Trout Inn near Oxford. Across the River Thames (which Malcolm navigates often using his beloved canoe, a boat by the name of La Belle Sauvage) is the Godstow Priory where the nuns live. Malcolm learns they have a guest with them; a baby by the name of Lyra Belacqua . . .
Personally, I Blame My Fairy Godmother by Claudia Carrol (Paperback)
The fairytale ending was just the beginning…
Jessie Woods absolutely believes in fairytale endings. So would you if you had a recession-proof career as a daredevil TV host, a palatial pink mansion, and the dream boyfriend. But, quicker than you can say Cinderella, her life falls to pieces and suddenly her prince isn’t quite so charming, her party-loving friends disappear and even her faithful friend Visa no longer loves her. Utterly heartbroken and jobless, Jessie is forced back home, to live with her stepmum and two evil stepsisters. Is it time for her to give up on the dream – or will Jessie learn that happy endings can come in the strangest of places?
‘Chemical Chaos’ and ‘Blood Bones and Body Bits’ (Horrible Science) by Nick Arnold & Tony de Saulles (Hardcover)
This excellent value two-books-in-one bumper edition of the award-winning Horrible Science series is billed as “Science with the Squishy Bits Left In”. How horribly true!
From tips on how to snatch the perfect body and what to do with it once you’ve snatched it, to the kind of horrible health warnings about exercise and the like that the coach potatoes of the world have been dreaming of, Bloody Bones and Body Bits paints a very clear picture of how the body really works.
In Chemical Chaos, all manner of dodgy discoveries are investigated and chaotic chemists unmasked in an attempt to find out the sometimes dirty truth about science and scientists.
Enormous fun, easy to read and illustrated with rib-tickling cartoons by Tony de Saulles, this Horrible Science twosome proves Nick Arnold¹s talent for combining the communication of illuminating facts with the most fun any would-be scientist will ever have.
QI: The Book of Animal Ignorance by John Mitchinson & John Lloyd (Hardback)
Join the QI team for an off-road safari through a hundred of the most interesting members of the animal kingdom, armed with illuminating illustrations and diagrams by award-winning artist Ted Dewan. Meet the water bears that can live in suspension for hundreds of years, the parasite carried by your cat that makes men grumpy and women promiscuous, and the woodlouse that drinks through its bottom. Marvel at elephants that walk on tiptoe, pigs that shine in the dark, and woodpeckers that have ears on the end of their tongues. If you still think a pangolin is a musical instrument, that hyenas are dogs, or that sheep are pointless and stupid, “The Book of Animal Ignorance” has arrived just in time.