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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts One and Two: The Official Playscript of the Original West (by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, Jack Thorne)

Sphere (25 Jul, 2017)

Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne, a new play by Jack Thorne, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage. The play received its world premiere in London’s West End on 30th July 2016. It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn’t much easier now ...

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Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul (Oxford Pape (by William Blake)

OUP Oxford (15 Oct, 1970)

Blake was one of the finest craftsmen of his time, an artist for whom art and poetry were inextricably linked. He was an indepedent and rebellious thinker, who abhorred pretention and falsity in others. His Songs of Innocence are products of this innocent imagination untainted by worldliness, while the Songs of Experience resulted from his feelings of indignation and pity for the sufferings of mankind. The ...

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Jo's Boys (Puffin Classics) (by Louisa May Alcott)

Puffin Classics (28 Mar, 1996)

Ten years after the school at Plumfield was founded, there is now a college, built with a legacy from old Mr Lawrence. All Jo's original children are grown young men, scattered around the world, and graceful young women with high ambitions. But young men face as many troubles as children do, and they are still 'Jo's boys'.

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Agent Zigzag: The True Wartime Story of Eddie Chapman: Lover, Traitor, Hero, Spy (reissued) (by Ben Macintyre)

Bloomsbury Publishing (17 Aug, 2009)

One December night in 1942, a Nazi parachutist landed in a Cambridgeshire field. His mission: to sabotage the British war effort. His name was Eddie Chapman, but he would shortly become MI5's Agent Zigzag. Dashing and louche, courageous and unpredictable, the traitor was a patriot inside, and the villain a hero. The problem for Chapman, his many lovers and his spymasters was knowing who he was. Ben Macintyr ...

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Elephant Moon (by John Sweeney)

Silvertail Books (01 Sep, 2014)

As the Second World War rages, the Japanese Imperial Army enters Burma and the British rulers prepare to flee. But the human legacy of the British Empire will be left behind in the shape of sixty-two Anglo-Burmese children, born to local women after affairs with foreign men. Half-castes, they are not acknowledged by either side and they are to be abandoned with no one to protect them. Their teacher, Grace C ...

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Pigeon Poo (by Elizabeth Baguley)

Little Tiger Press (06 Aug, 2012)

In a perfect town with tidy streets, And flawless lawns with shiny seats, A pigeon swooped and looped the loop, And left behind a trail of ... poop! Soon the townsfolk are kicking up a stink! "That pigeon should be in a cage!" they shout and stamp, full of rage. Will they ever catch that pesky pigeon?

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When Titus Took The Train (by Anne Cottringer)

Oxford University Press (05 Jun, 2014)

Titus is going on a long train journey. Under the watchful eye of the train guard he takes his seat and, until he arrives at his destination where Uncle Henry is waiting to meet him, he doesn't leave it. Or does he? Is it the curly moustache of a fellow passenger that is the impetus for Titus' fisticuff fight with bandits on the train roof? Or the sharp metallic teeth of the guard's ticket-puncher that prop ...

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Alfie and the Big Boys (by Shirley Hughes)

Red Fox (05 Mar, 2009)

Alfie's Nursery School is right next door to the Big School. Alfie wishes that he could be friends with the most popular big boy, Ian Barger, but Ian never takes any notice of the little kids. One morning, Mum takes Alfie to a Plant Pot Sale. Alfie hasn't been there long when he spots Ian Barger screaming and yelling, "I want my mummy!". Ian grabs Alfie's hand and holds onto him very tightly until hi ...

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The Wheels on the Bus (by Jeanne Willis)

Puffin (03 May, 2012)

The Wheels on the Bus The wheels on the bus go round and round, Round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round at the zoo. This book is a retelling of the favourite children's rhyme, from the award-winning team. Full description

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Can I Come Too? (by Brian Patten)

Andersen (03 Apr, 2014)

A very small mouse decided it wanted to have a very big adventure. "I'll go and find the biggest creature in the world," it thought. Along the way it meets many different animals and when at last they find the biggest creature, the little mouse feels a great sense of achievement.

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Don't Do That! (by Tony Ross)

Andersen (30 Sep, 2010)

Don't Do That! Nellie has a pretty nose. It is so pretty that she is given a part in the Christmas play. But then, Nellie picks her nose and learns why grown-ups always tell you not to! Full description

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I Spy with My Little Eye (by Edward Gibbs)

Brubaker, Ford & Friends (01 May, 2012)

A new take on the I-spy game with die-cut holes so little ones can spy the various creatures through the page. Look through the spyhole and use the clues to guess; then turn the page to reveal the animal. Discover colours in I Spy with My Little Eye - and I Spy on the Farm - and learn about counting in I Spy under the Sea - The series also teaches first words and animal facts along the way. These are beauti ...

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