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Where Do Clothes Come from? (by Christine Butterworth)

Walker Books (07 Jul, 2016)

A lively look at materials and technological processes for young children, with stylish illustrations. The sequel to Lunchbox: The Story of Your Food looks at the processes involved in making the clothes we wear. It traces the journey of a bale of cotton from the field where it was harvested to the factories where it is cleaned, carded and combed, dyed, spun into thread, then woven into cloth and made into ...

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Where's Wally? Across Lands: Activity Book (by Martin Handford)

Walker Books (02 Jun, 2016)

Have fun playing puzzling puzzles and amazing activities as you wander through the pages of this book with Wally and friends! Scale castle walls and ancient Aztec temples as you complete games, crack written riddles, get creative by drawing your own Egyptian city and doodling inside speech bubbles, make animal tangrams, find silhouettes in busy picture puzzles and much, much more! Can you also unearth Wally ...

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Where's Wally? In Outer Space: Activity Book (by Martin Handford)

Walker Books (02 Jun, 2016)

Have fun solving crazy conundrums and amazing activities that are out of this world with Wally and friends! Play tangle line teasers, find your way out of a space race maze, unscramble muddled up words, crack alien codes, match and spot the differences in busy picture puzzles, get creative by colouring in, complete a planet hop game and much, much more! Can you also find Wally's super special star? There ar ...

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The Adventures of Alfie Onion (by Vivian French)

Walker Books (05 May, 2016)

A stand-alone comic adventure for younger readers by sublime storyteller Vivian French, with pictures by a talented new illustrator and animator, Marta Kissi. Alfie Onion has just set off on a great adventure . but only to carry his brother's luggage. It's his elder brother, Magnifico Onion, who's destined to win their family a Happily Ever After. But when it turns out Magnifico isn't half the hero he's cra ...

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Homecoming (by Michael Morpurgo)

Walker Books (05 May, 2016)

In this involving tale, master storyteller and former children's laureate Michael Morpurgo revisits the "landscape of his memories", telling of his boyhood fifty years before. The village of Bradwell is a stone's throw from the sea and is peopled by quirky characters such as the three Stebbing sisters, the white moustachioed Colonel Burton and Bennie the village thug. But the heroine of this story is the se ...

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Migloo's Day (by William Bee)

Walker Books (07 Apr, 2016)

From the iconic creator of Whatever, William Bee, comes a brand new series and the ultimate search-and-find story book experience. Meet Migloo - everyone's favourite dog - and follow him on his adventures through Sunnytown as he follows his nose for delicious treats, meets all his friends along the way and even saves the day! Jam-packed town scenes illustrate the adventures of Sunnytown's residents through ...

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Farm Boy (by Michael Morpurgo)

HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks (05 Jan, 2009)

Sequel to War Horse. Set on a farm in rural Devon, Farm Boy is a collection of Grandpa's reminiscences and stories touchingly told to his grandson. Superbly told by a master storyteller and stunningly illustrated by Michael Foreman -- an exquisite book.

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The Story of Babar (by Jean de Brunhoff)

Methuen young books (01 Mar, 1999)

Barbar plays happily in the Great Forest until one day he has to run away to the city to escape from a cruel hunter. There he makes a new friend and enjoys life in the town, but soon begins to dream of the Great Forest and makes up his mind to go home, where new adventures await him.

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The Borrowers (Puffin Modern Classics) (by Mary Norton)

Puffin Classics (06 Mar, 2003)

Arrietty's father, Pod, was an expert Borrower. He could scale curtains using a hatpin, and bring back a doll's teacup without breaking it. Girls weren't supposed to go borrowing but as Arrietty was the only child her father broke the rule. She made friends with the human boy living in the house.

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Ferno the Fire Dragon (Beast Quest) (by Adam Blade)

Orchard (05 Jul, 2007)

An evil wizard has enchanted the magical beasts of Avantia - only a true hero can free the beasts and stop them from destroying the land. Is Tom the hero Avantia has been waiting for? Join Tom as he braves Ferno the fire dragon...

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Ug : Boy Genius Of The Stone Age And His Search For Soft Trousers (by Raymond Briggs)

Red Fox (03 Oct, 2002)

Ug and his parents live in the Stone Age. This means stone blankets, stone cold food, an even colder cave and, worst of all, hard stone trousers! Being an inquisitive boy, Ug suggests a series of modifications to improve the quality of family life. Even Ug himself is occasionally unsure of the practical purpose of his creations.

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Clever Daddy (by Maddie Stewart)

Walker Books Ltd (02 Jun, 2003)

What do clever daddies do? They swirl and twirl you, they chase and catch you, they tickle and carry you, they build towers and read stories and make you laugh. Clever daddies are just great! If you've got a clever daddy, then this is the book for you!

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