Books

Page 1 of 17, showing 12 records out of 195 total, starting on record 1, ending on 12

White Rabbit, Red Wolf (by Tom Pollock)

Walker Books (03 May, 2018)

A taut thriller about murder, maths and the mind. Peter Blankman is afraid of everything and must confront unimaginable terror when his mother is attacked. Seventeen-year-old Peter Blankman is a maths prodigy. He also suffers from severe panic attacks. Afraid of everything, he finds solace in the orderly and logical world of mathematics and in the love of his family: his scientist mum and his tough twin ...

Buy Now See Reviews

5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

The Wonder of Us (by Kim Culbertson)

Walker Books (03 May, 2018)

Riya and Abby are: Best friends. Complete opposites. Living on different continents. About to embark on an epic adventure around Europe. Since Riya moved away with her family to Berlin, she and Abby have struggled to be there for one another, and they haven’t spoken in weeks. But Riya is pretty sure she knows the perfect way to make things better – a grand tour of European cities. Two weeks, six coun ...

Buy Now See Reviews

3.0 Stars3.0 Stars3.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

Pirate McSnottbeard in the Alien Slug Invasion Panic (Pirate Mcsnottbeard 2) (by Paul Whitfield)

Walker Books (03 May, 2018)

The terrible Pirate McSnottbeard is BACK – and this time he's brought alien slug monsters. Forced to rescue their parents once more, Emilie and her brother Will blast off for an adventure in space. Faced with dragons, robots, vegetables and a battle inside a computer game, still nothing can prepare them for the most dreadful thing of all: Pirate McSnottbeard's singing... The second book in Paul Whitfield' ...

Buy Now See Reviews

4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

My RSPB Nature Clipboard (by Eryl Nash)

Walker Books (05 Apr, 2018)

Explore the great outdoors with your Nature Clipboard! Become an expert wildlife detective! Follow step-by-step crafts, find top tips and discover the nature on your doorstep. Packed with activities and 60 things to spot, this kit has everything you need to get exploring.

Buy Now See Reviews

5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

Who Is Sleeping? (Lift the Flap) (by Petr Horácek)

Walker Books (05 Apr, 2018)

A colourful lift-the-flap guessing game perfect for sharing at bedtime. Who is sleeping in the river, under the leaf and in the tree? Lift the flaps to find out and discover a sleepy surprise at the end, in this colourful bedtime board book from acclaimed author/illustrator Petr Horacek.

Buy Now See Reviews

5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

Count with Little Fish (Little Fish Book) (by Lucy Cousins)

Candlewick Press (MA) (13 Mar, 2018)

First there's just one fish -- Little Fish -- under the sea. But not for long: here come two fin-fin fish, three counting fish, and four flying fish. And can you imagine who else? Shy fish and scary fish, tiny fish and funny fish. With her fantastical celebration of color and patterns, Lucy Cousins makes the counting swim right along.

Buy Now See Reviews

4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

Flying Tips for Flightless Birds (by Kelly McCaughrain)

Walker Books (01 Mar, 2018)

From debut author Kelly McCaughrain comes a sweet and kooky romcom for fans of R. J. Palacio's Wonder, Sarah Crossan, and Susin Nielsen's We Are All Made of Molecules. Twins Finch and Birdie Franconi are stars of the flying trapeze. But when Birdie suffers a terrifying accident, Finch must team up with the geeky new kid, Hector Hazzard, to form an all-boys double act and save the family circus school. ...

Buy Now See Reviews

4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

Jake Atlas and the Hunt for the Feathered God (by Rob Lloyd Jones)

Walker Books (01 Mar, 2018)

Jake Atlas and his family are on the run, hunted by international police while chasing the mysterious People of the Snake to stop them from hiding the secret history of humankind. But when the family’s friend, Sami, is poisoned, the People of the Snake force the Atlases to work for them in exchange for a cure. Their mission: to locate a legendary lost city and the tomb of the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl in the ...

Buy Now See Reviews

5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

The City of Secret Rivers (by Jacob Sager Weinstein)

Walker Books (01 Jun, 2017)

A hilarious fantasy adventure set in modern day London.An exciting subterranean London adventure, the first in a middle-grade trilogy. Hyacinth Hayward has recently arrived from America and is having difficulty adjusting to her new surroundings, especially being in the sole company of her eccentric mother. Everything feels strange. Very strange. And it gets stranger the day she accidentally unleashes t ...

Buy Now See Reviews

4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars4.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

Earth Verse: Haiku from the Ground Up (by Sally M Walker)

Candlewick Press (MA) (13 Feb, 2018)

In a stunning combination of haiku and impressionistic (but accurate) art, this one-of-a-kind book encourages readers to think playfully about our planet and its wondrous processes. Sibert Medal-winning author Sally M. Walker covers Earth's many marvels -- fossilized skeletons of plants and animals, terrific volcanic eruptions, the never-ending hydrologic cycle -- in sometimes straightforward, sometimes met ...

Buy Now See Reviews

3.0 Stars3.0 Stars3.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

We're Going on a Bear Hunt: Let's Discover Bugs (by Andrea Cascardi)

Candlewick Press (MA) (08 May, 2018)

Ants, spiders, and butterflies, oh my! Readers will learn about all sorts of bugs and insects in this guide for eager young entomologists. Whether the plan is to scour the house for crawling critters or venture out on a big bug hunt, this book is teeming with information on where to search for bugs, how to plan an excursion, and more -- including buggy activities and stickers.

Buy Now See Reviews

5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars5.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 

Meltdown! (by Jill Murphy)

Candlewick Press (MA) (13 Sep, 2016)

One morning, Mom decides to take Roxy grocery shopping. "Roxy can help Mommy," she says cheerfully. Roxy makes a promising start, but when she squeezes the potato chip bag and rolls a can of beans across the floor, Mom is not pleased. "You’re not being very helpful, Roxy," she says, plunking the child back in the grocery cart. "Not very helpful," Roxy agrees. But being agreeable lasts only as far as the b ...

Buy Now See Reviews

3.0 Stars3.0 Stars3.0 Stars from 1 Review

 
 
 
<< previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9