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Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang

by Emma Thompson Bloomsbury Publishing (April 05, 2010)

Nanny McPhee embarks on a brand new adventure in this brilliant, funny and captivating novel based on the new Nanny McPhee film.

The Green family is trying to survive the war in their house in the country, but...


Dead and Buried

by Anne Cassidy Bloomsbury Publishing (March 13, 2014)

It's been five years since Rose's mother Kathy went missing and, after recent events, all Rose wants to do is get on with her life. Which means taking a break from her complicated stepbrother, Joshua.

Then police...


Trolls on Hols

by Alan MacDonald & Mark Beech Bloomsbury Publishing (August 01, 2011)

It's summer and all of Ulrik's school friends seem to be going on something called 'holiday'. Mr and Mrs Troll investigate. Their neighbours, the Priddles have just bought a caravan, and after a muddled conversation,...


The Invisible Womble

by Elisabeth Beresford & Nick Price Bloomsbury Publishing (January 03, 2011)

Orinoco is certainly the tubbiest of the Wombles and is perhaps the Womble who needs the most encouragement to go out on the daily sortie to clear up and recycle all the rubbish that humans leave behind . ....


Iggy the Urk: BOOOM!

by Alan MacDonald & Mark Beech Bloomsbury Publishing (August 01, 2011)

Old Grumbly, a massive volcano that looms over the Urk valley, has begun to rumble and many Urks fear The End of the World is nigh. They agree that the only way to avoid catastrophe is for someone to climb the...


Euuugh! Eyeball Stew!

by Alan MacDonald & Mark Beech Bloomsbury Publishing (April 04, 2011)

Iggy discovers a young member of the Henna tribe lost in the jungle (Henna, so-named for their fiery red hair and penchant for covering their faces in mud). The girl is wearing some rare and precious firestones,...


Bringing the Summer

by Julia Green Bloomsbury Publishing (May 10, 2012)

It's the lazy end of summer and Freya is about to start her A levels. Her brother Joe died a year ago, but she is slowly coming to terms with his death. She is beginning to feel ready for something new - a change....


Butterfly Grave

by Anne Cassidy Bloomsbury Publishing (November 07, 2013)

Joshua's uncle has survived a near fatal accident and Rose and Joshua drive to Newcastle to visit him, along with their friend Skeggsie.

Joshua is convinced they are being followed. Can it be true, or is it just...


The Wombles to the Rescue

by Elisabeth Beresford & Nick Price Bloomsbury Publishing (March 07, 2011)

The Wombles have just gratefully returned to their burrow on Wimbledon Common. They had had to leave because heavy lorries thundering up and down the nearby road threatened to make the roof of the burrow cave...


Goat Pie

by Alan MacDonald & Mark Beech Bloomsbury Publishing (August 01, 2011)

When Ulrik Troll invites Grumpa for Trollmas (trollish Christmas) he thinks he is doing a good thing. Little does he know his parents have spun a few white lies about life in Biddlesden - its forests, mountains...


The Wombles Go round the World

by Elisabeth Beresford & Nick Price Bloomsbury Publishing (March 07, 2011)

Great Uncle Bulgaria loves telling the ancient and revered history of the Womble clans to the younger Wombles. But to his great sadness he notices that the young Wombles are not nearly as interested in the history...


Feathers in the Wind

by Sally Grindley Bloomsbury Publishing (September 13, 2012)

Two children accompany their parents as they travel the world helping animals on the verge of extinction. As their parents work alongside international agencies, the children have their own thrilling adventures....


MosiÂ?s War

by Cathy MacPhail Bloomsbury Publishing (May 09, 2013)

Patrick is happy living with his mum. She lets him do what he wants, pretty much, and it's only when his granny comes to stay that he has to get down to his homework and go to bed early. Then Patrick meets Mosi,...


Paw Prints in the Snow

by Sally Grindley Bloomsbury Publishing (February 02, 2012)

Two children accompany their parents as they travel the world helping animals on the verge of extinction. As their parents work alongside international agencies, the children have their own thrilling adventures....


Danger in the Dust

by Sally Grindley Bloomsbury Publishing (July 04, 2013)

Two children accompany their parents as they travel the world helping animals on the verge of extinction. As their parents work alongside international agencies, the children have their own thrilling adventures....


The Wombles at Work

by Elisabeth Beresford & Nick Price Bloomsbury Publishing (January 03, 2011)

There has been a huge festival and no end of rubbish has been left behind - everything from umbrellas to shoes, drinks cans and bottles. Who would have thought humans could leave so much behind, not bothering...


Shadows under the Sea

by Sally Grindley Bloomsbury Publishing (May 10, 2012)

Two children accompany their parents as they travel the world helping animals on the verge of extinction. As their parents work alongside international agencies, the children have their own thrilling adventures....


Refugee Boy

by Benjamin Zephaniah Bloomsbury Publishing (July 04, 2011)

Alem is on holiday with his father for a few days in London. He has never been out of Ethiopia before and is very excited. They have a great few days togther until one morning when Alem wakes up in the bed and...


Helicopter Man

by Elizabeth Fensham Bloomsbury Publishing (August 01, 2011)

Pete's dad is being pursued by a secret organisation and both their lives are in danger. That's why they never stay in the same place long, and always stay out of sight. Pete knows he leads an unusual life for...


A Beautiful Lie

by Irfan Master Bloomsbury Publishing (January 04, 2011)

An extraordinarily rich debut novel, set in India in 1947 at the time of Partition. Although the backdrop is this key event in Indian history, the novel is even more far-reaching, touching on the importance...


Sektion 20

by Paul Dowswell Bloomsbury Publishing (September 05, 2011)

Alex lives in East Berlin. The cold war is raging and he and his family are forbidden to leave. But the longer he stays the more danger he is in.

Alex is no longer pretending to be a model East German, and the...


Mad Dog Moonlight

by Pauline Fisk Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2013)

Mad Dog Moonlight is only a young boy when he is picked up by the police on a lonely Welsh mountain road with a baby in his arms, and nothing from his past except the memory of the name his mother gave him,...


Winter Damage

by Natasha Carthew Bloomsbury Publishing (August 01, 2013)

*Shortlisted for the prestigious Branford Boase Award*

On a frozen Cornish moor, a fourteen-year-old girl lives in a trailer with her dad and little brother. Ennor's mother left years ago, when things started...


Holly

by Mary Hooper Bloomsbury Publishing (January 31, 2013)

'Holly. I hope you won't mind me buying you this. I think it's the sort of thing you'll like. Am I right? And I think it matches your eyes. This comes with best wishes from (and I know it's corny). A Friend.'...


Megan 3

by Mary Hooper Bloomsbury Publishing (September 13, 2012)

It is Jack's , Megan's son, first birthday party and the atmosphere is very tense. But Megan is being distracted by the unusual amount of telephone calls that her mother is getting. Surely Mum hasn't got a boyfriend...


This Northern Sky

by Julia Green Bloomsbury Publishing (July 04, 2013)

Kate's parents are taking her on holiday with them to a cottage on a remote island in the Hebrides. Kate can't imagine anything more boring. But underneath her sulkiness, Kate is scared. Her parents have been...


The Finding of Freddie Perkins

by Liz Baddaley Bloomsbury Publishing (June 10, 2013)

Freddie Perkins has lost a lot. His mum, for a start. His friends and his home, now he's been dragged up to Scotland to live with his granny. And even his dad - because even though Dad's still there, he and...


Fizzlebert Stump: The Boy Who Did P.E. in his Pants

by A.F. Harrold & Sarah Horne Bloomsbury Publishing (February 11, 2016)

Going to school isn't very exciting, is it? Well for Fizzlebert Stump it's a whole new adventure! The next book in this hilarious series that is perfect for fans of Mr Gum.

Fizzlebert Stump lives in a circus....


Fizzlebert Stump and the Great Supermarket Showdown

by A.F. Harrold & Sarah Horne Bloomsbury Publishing (August 11, 2016)

Is this is final hurrah for Fizzlebert Stump? Have the circus performers taken their final bow? Find out in the final book in this hilarious series that is perfect for fans of Mr Gum.

When the ringmaster sells...


Whisper to Me

by Nick Lake Bloomsbury Publishing (January 07, 2016)

'I love you. I'm sorry for what I did to you. I'm going to write it all down, explain everything that happened, why I broke your heart, and then I'm going to email it to you. I will be waiting for you at 5 p.m....


Cherry Blossom Dreams

by Gwyneth Rees Bloomsbury Publishing (May 14, 2015)

Sometimes, something happens in your life that changes everything. When Sasha was six, her dad died suddenly and the world changed forever. Now she's twelve, it feels like things are changing all the time: her...