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Mates, Mysteries And Pretty Weird Weirdness
- Paperback - Scholastic
Ally's not normally superstitious, but something freaky's happening in Crouch End. She knows her home is usually a complete madhouse, but lately it's even madder. Ally's got to get to the bottom of it all.
Milon And The Lion
- Paperback - Floris
Young slave Milon starts his journey at home in Athens. When he sets sail on a ship bound for Italy his adventures really begin. When he meets a small community of Christians in Rome, he finally gains his freedom and finds a purpose in life. At the centre of the story is Milon's relationship with a wounded lion who he bravely helps.
May Contain Nuts
- Paperback - Orchard
Norm knew it was going to be one of those days when he woke up and found himself about to pee in his dad's wardrobe. Why on Earth did his family have to move, anyway? In their old house he'd never tried to pee in anything other than the toilet. And when Norm is in bed, he's kept awake by his dad snoring like a rhinoceros!
- Hardback - Puffin
Skye wants to be her own person, but with an effortlessly cool twin, how can she? Will Skye ever step out of Summer's shadow and find her own chance to shine?
Meet Maggie Midge And Pals
- Paperback - Lexus
In this little book you can learn about one of Scotland's most famous inhabitants. Maggie Midge, a feisty little lady, chats away to you, telling you some fascinating but little-known facts about Scottish midges. Go out on a spree with Maggie and her pals and experience things from a midge perspective.
- Paperback - Luath
It's February 1943, and the Nazis have a secret plan to invade Britain. But those plans don't allow for the intervention of 14-year-old Sutherlander Murdo Mackay, who discovers a mysterious cargo containing crates of German machine guns.
The Monk And The Mermaid: A Story From Iona
- Paperback - Wild Goose
A story from the island of Iona in the Scottish Hebrides. On St Columba's bay, the beach where the monks first landed in their coracles from Ireland, you can still find the most beautiful green stones, polished by the sea. This is the legend of how these wonderful stones came to be, and why they are there to this very day.
- Paperback - Campfire
One of Shakespeare's most famous plays, 'Macbeth' goes beyond a mere tragedy of moral order to a deeply psychological study of a mind preyed on by ambition, insecurities, fear and regret.
Magnus Fin And The Moonlight Mission
- Paperback - Floris
Magnus Fin is half selkie - part human, part seal. When he discovers his initials scratched into the rocks by the shore, he knows his selkie family need his help and an exciting adventure begins.
- Paperback - Waverley
This is a compelling novel about the trauma of the Clydebank Blitz during the Second World War told through the eyes of a nine year old girl, Lenny McKendrick, and a universal story about loss in the trauma of war.