The Beast and the Bethany
The Beast and the Bethany has all the classic macabre humour of Roald Dahl with the warmth and charm of Despicable Me, finished off with a gleeful bite of Little Shop of Horrors! This book should be on every little monster’s birthday and Christmas list.
Ebenezer Tweezer is a youthful 511-year-old. He keeps a beast in the attic of his mansion, who he feeds all manner of things and in return the beast vomits out presents for Ebenezer, as well as potions which keep him young and beautiful. But the beast grows ever greedier, and soon only a nice, juicy child will do…Read more
Return to Roar
A series that celebrates the power of imagination and finding the greatest adventures in the most ordinary of places – perfect for children aged 8, 9, 10 and upwards, and fans of Narnia, Jumanji and How to Train Your Dragon.
Twins Arthur and Rose can’t wait to go back to Roar, the fantasy world they get to through their grandad’s attic. Roar is a land of dragons, mermaids, unicorns, ninja wizards and where anything they can imagine can be real.Read more
Moonchild: Voyage of the Lost and Found
Twelve year old Amira has only ever known a life at sea with her sea-witch mothers. So when their ship is wrecked in a great storm, Amira is delighted to have an opportunity to explore land – accompanied by her best friend Namur – a jinn in cat form. Amira soon finds a boy who has a jinn like her, and learns that their spirit companions are connected to the mysterious storm that gets stronger each day.
Inspired by The Arabian NightsRead more
Minecraft: Catch the Creeper
Search for your favourite mobs in this official Minecraft Search and Find book!
Meet five intrepid explorers as they set out in search of an explosive creeper, a mysterious enderman and more elusive mobs. But these blocky beasts are harder to track down than expected and now the explorers need your help to hunt them all down. Do you have what it takes to find these sneaky mobs?Read more
Perfect for fans of Jacqueline Wilson, Cathy Cassidy, Tarka the Otter and Gill Lewis.
Luke hates his life. His dad is busy with a shiny replacement family. His mum just isn’t herself anymore. So when his mum insists they spend their holiday on a remote Scottish island, things go from bad to worse. The sun never appears, the locals don’t speak, and even the seabirds are malevolent.
Then, Luke meets Meg, who lives with her grandfather, Seth, in a boarded-up boat house on the beach…Read more