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Collins My First Book Of World Flags
- Paperback - Collins
This title introduces children to the ever-popular topic of flags. It is packed with colourful illustrations and photographs and encourages young children to identify national and international flags.
Collins My First Encyclopedia
- Paperback - Collins
This encyclopedia provides complete, detailed, and up-to-date information on all the most important topics. Difficult ideas are broken down and explained, with valuable information on every page. Written by experts, this encyclopedia goes all the way from dinosaurs, ancient civilizations and planet Earth to space travel and the stars.
The Cold Heart Of Summer
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
Old Man Sexton of the Grange is said to have killed his maid, Jane. When Debbie's father begins to renovate the house, Debbie is terrified by sightings of Jane, her father's change of character and the feeling of cold in the house.
Contemporary Ethical Issues: A Personal Perspective
- Paperback - Humanity
This insightful series of essays explores contemporary ethical problems from a personalistic perspective influenced by the Scottish philosopher John Macmurray (1891-1976).
- Paperback - Abacus
By the author of 'The Wasp Factory' and 'The Bridge', this book is set in Japan and on the Panama Canal. It concerns a world famous Japanese cellist, who refuses to fly, and as a result finds herself involved in the ominous realm of global realpolitik.
The Cartel: The Inside Story Of Britain's Biggest Drugs Gang
- Paperback - Mainstream Publishing
The Cartel is Britain's biggest drugs organisation - a shadowy network stretching from the banks of the Mersey to the marinas of Marbella, and from the coffee shops of Amsterdam to the trading floors of Canary Wharf. It is run by godfathers as rich as Branson but kept in line by a new generation of teenage killers. This is their story.
- Hardback - Puffin
Coco is the youngest of the Tanberry sisters but she's as headstrong as any of them. Coco is crazy about animals and loves her riding lessons. When her favourite pony at the stables is sold, Coco scopes out the new owner - and she's not happy about what she discovers. With big sister Honey going off at the deep end and Summer only just recovering from her eating disorder, Coco can't rely on family help. Can Coco save Caramel alone - or will a new friend help her?
Comandante: The Life And Legacy Of Hugo Chávez
- Paperback - Canongate
Hugo Chávez was a phenomenon. He has been compared to Napoleon, Nasser, Perón and Castro but the truth is there has never been a leader like him. He was democratically elected, reigned like a monarch from a mobile television throne, and provoked adoration and revulsion in equal measure. Journalist Rory Carroll breaches the walls of Miraflores Palace to tell the inside story of Chávez's life and his political court in Caracas.
- Paperback - Harper
979AD. A man lies dying with a message he cannot take to his grave, a secret that must be passed on only to Olaf Tryggvasson, true prince of Norway, also known as Crowbone. When the message finally arrives, so begins a quest to discover its meaning, and for Crowbone to gain what is rightfully his: the crown of Norway.
Conjuring The Infinite
- Paperback - Strident
The Cottage is a care unit in the country for troubled teenagers who have been chewed up by the system. The residents are in mourning for the loss of one of their number - the dazzling and outwardly faultless Seth Kevorkian. After the funeral, they return to The Cottage to remember him. But when Mother leaves, the truth unfolds. For Seth was no ordinary teenager. He was a disciple of an ethereal power. And his fixation with Conjuring The Infinite drove him to terrible acts. It might even have driven someone to kill him. A psychic is seeing visions of Armageddon. The Abomination upstairs wants to be fed. Can the housemates trust what they see? Can they even trust each other?
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