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Alphonse, That Is Not OK to Do! (by Daisy Hirst)

Walker Books (02 Mar, 2017)

From the creator of The Girl with the Parrot on Her Head comes a truly authentic and original story about sibling rivalry. Natalie the monster mostly loves her little brother Alphonse being there - they name the pigeons, bounce things off the bunk beds, have stories in the chair and make lots of fun stuff together. But, when Natalie catches Alphonse eating her most favourite book, well . that is not OK! Dai ...

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Animals Behaving Badly (by Nicola Davies)

Walker Books (02 Feb, 2017)

From award-winning children's author and biologist Nicola Davies, this is a collection of funny, fascinating and true stories about animals "behaving badly" - which is to say, getting the better of us human beings! We start with the wolverine in Canada, who will trash your home and everything in it, and then meet the kea in New Zealand - park your car in kea country, and you'll find out the hard way that th ...

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Jake Atlas and the Tomb of the Emerald Snake (by Rob Lloyd Jones)

Walker Books (05 Jan, 2017)

Indiana Jones meets Mission Impossible in this riveting page-turning adventure by an award-winning author. The Atlas family is in trouble: Jake hides an addiction to stealing; his twin sister, Pan, has to conceal her genius, for fear of bullies. The siblings can't stop fighting - with each other and with their parents, stuffy professors of Ancient History. But Jake's and Pan's lives take a dramatic turn the ...

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Guess How Much I Love You Colouring Book (by Sam McBratney)

Walker Books (05 Jan, 2017)

n Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare's world, love is a colourful thing! Enjoy enchanting patterns and illustrations of nature with playful quotes from the world of Guess How Much I Love You to be coloured in and adorned with over 125 stickers.

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A World of Information (by Richard Platt)

Walker Books (03 Nov, 2016)

This visually stunning miscellany from the effortlessly stylish print-maker James Brown is a collection of incredible facts and figures. Do you know how many bones there are in the human body or how clouds form? Or about different types of knots or how Morse code works? Each illustration is both beautiful and enlightening, and is accompanied by an engaging fact-filled explanation by celebrated author Richar ...

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A First Book of Animals (by Nicola Davies)

Walker Books (06 Oct, 2016)

Nicola Davies, the award-winning author of A First Book of Nature, presents a spellbinding treasury of poems about the animal world, illustrated in breathtaking detail by Petr Horacek. Polar bears playing on the ice, tigers hunting in the jungle, fireflies twinkling in the evening sky and nightingales singing in the heart of the woods - there are animals everywhere. From blue whales to bumblebee bats and ev ...

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My Father Is a Polar Bear (by Michael Morpurgo)

Walker Books (01 Sep, 2016)

Drawing on Michael Morpurgo's own childhood experience of first seeing his real father on television, My Father Is a Polar Bear tells the story of two young brothers rediscovering their birth father in the most unlikely of places - and in an entirely unexpected guise! A warm and delightful tale of family bonds and love told by a master storyteller and beautifully illustrated by a talented new artist.

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The Great Grammar Book (by Kate Petty)

Walker Books (07 Jul, 2016)

A brilliantly interactive book from award-winning illustrator Jennie Maizels that makes learning grammar fun! Turn the wheels, lift the flaps and pull the tabs to learn all about nouns, punctuation and sentences. Play heads bodies and legs to find out about adjectives, look in the mirror to discover what a pronoun is, and take a dog for a walk as he explains prepositions!

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The Terrific Times Tables Book (by Kate Petty)

Walker Books (07 Jul, 2016)

A brilliantly interactive book that makes times tables fun! Lift the flaps and pull the tabs to learn all the times tables up to twelve. Join Noah as he counts the animals into the ark, help an octopus work out how many shoes she has and find the secret times tables hidden in the sweet factory.

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The Tudors: Kings, Queens, Scribes and Ferrets! (by Marcia Williams)

Walker Books (03 Sep, 2015)

Join much-loved author/illustrator Marcia Williams on a comic strip journey through Tudor history! A witty, accessible introduction to the Tudors, with full-colour illustrations throughout, from the author of Mr William Shakespeare's Plays and The Romans: Gods, Emperors and Dormice. Arthur Inkblott, Queen Elizabeth I's favourite scribe, retells the most famous moments in Tudor history, from the Wars of the ...

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Book (by John Agard)

Walker Books (02 Oct, 2014)

Quirky and humorous, part poetry, part reflection, this is the story of the book told by none other than Book himself! This extraordinary character begins by reminding us of his origins in oral story and clay tablets, then ponders on papyrus, parchment and paper, and on being a scroll who finally gets a spine. We see him lovingly illuminated by monks in medieval monasteries, then witness the massive changes ...

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The Pied Piper of Hamelin (by Michael Morpurgo)

Walker Books (01 Oct, 2015)

In the town of Hamelin, the rich and greedy live like kings and queens while the poor and sick scavenge rubbish tips for scraps. A lame orphan boy tells the classic tale of how a plague of rats takes over the town and how a fantastic piper offers to rid Hamelin of its rats for a single gold coin, then lures away the town's children when the greedy mayor breaks his word. Masterfully weaving contemporary soci ...

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