Mr Majeika and the School Book Week by Humphrey Carpenter
‘Oh dear,’ said Mr Majeika, ‘I seem to have made the spell too strong.’
Back-to-front benjy Dick king-smith
Back to Front Benjy does everything backwards and is thrown out of school for starting a backward trend amongst all the children. Then he’s struck by lightning and does everything forwards. In The Hitmus-Potmus Benjamin Bean is a very rude boy until his uncle tells him the story of the terrible Hitmus-Potmus who eats rude boys. A young wizard in Brown’s Bones turns his family and everyone he dislikes into animals, until he meets a young witch who gets the better of him. In Little Liar, Lionel tells lies but is cured after a disastrous tea party with his Auntie Marigold.
The Clever Little Kitten by Holly Webb
A very special MAGIC MOLLY story for World Book Day 2012. Molly loves animals and wants to be a vet when she grows up, just like her dad. As everyone says, she’s got the magic touch! Posy the kitten isn’t sure what her magic is for. She searches all over, hoping her magic will lead her to something. Unfortunately, Posy’s exploring often gets her into scrapes. When she is brought into the vet’s with an injured tail, Molly decides to help Posy find out what her magic is for before she gets hurt again.
Viking at School by Jeremy Strong
Sigurd, the Viking from the tenth century, is still stuck in the twentieth century. He lives with his friends the Ellis family in a seaside hotel and constantly causes chaos. When Tim and Zoe Ellis take him to school with them a series of seriously funny disasters results.
A Pirate’s Guide to Landlubbing (Jonny Duddle)
Are you a swashbuckling sea dog curious about the ways of the land? Join Jim Ladd and the notorious Jolley-Rogers family as they navigate the weird world of landlubbers. Did you know that landlubbers wear shoes at all times because they never climb rigging? That they don’t sleep in hammocks and that the ships they live in don’t move? Are you stepping ashore for a holiday? Or just looking to keep a low profile while you find a place to bury your treasure? This is the ultimate pirate’s survival guide to life on land.
The Werepuppy by Jacqueline Wilson
He can’t help being a bit wild, Mum. He’s not like other dogs.’ A scary werewolf video leaves Micky terrified of dogs and Mum decides the only answer is to get Micky a puppy of his own. But when they go to the kennels to choose a puppy, Micky doesn’t pick the smallest, the cutest, or the quietest dog…but for some strange reason is drawn to Wolfie – who turns out to be a werepuppy! A whole host of adventures lie ahead…
The Worst Witch: Jill Murphy
Mildred Hubble is starting her first year at Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches — and making a mess of it! She can’t ride her broomstick without crashing, she’s always getting her spells mixed up, and worst of all, the teacher’s pet, Ethel, has just become her sworn enemy.
Notso Hotso: Anne Fine
It’s a dog’s life for Anthony. Not only is he lacking the respect he deserves from the neighbourhood dogs and cats, but suddenly all he can do is scratch, scratch, scratch. And now bits of him are dropping off – yeuch! Just when Anthony thinks things can’t get any worse, he finds himself on the vet’s table. What she has in mind is about to destroy the tiny shred of street cred he has left…
The Magic Finger: Roald Dahl
The little girl in this story is very unusual. When someone makes her angry, and when she can’t stop herself, she flashes a punishment on them with a magic flashing finger. The results are fantastic, magical and very funny.
The Perfect Hamburger: Alexander Mccall Smith
‘That,’ said Mr Borthwick, ‘was the best hamburger I’ve ever tasted!’
Joe has just created the yummiest, juciest, most delicious hamburger ever – and his friend Mr Borthwick wants to sell it in his new hamburger shop. But there’s a problem – Joe has completely forgotten the recipe and the shop is opening very soon.
A pinch of this, a touch of that and a spoonful of something else…the race is on for Joe to remember!
My Brother’s Famous Bottom: Jeremy Strong
My Brother’s Famous Bottom: another hilarious triumph from Jeremy Strong!
From The Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Dog to karate princesses and hot cross bottoms, there’s a Jeremy Strong story to suit every child’s sense of humour. Jeremy’s readers range from 7 to teen, perfect for fans of Roald Dahl and Andy Stanton.
‘That’s the one!’ she cried. ‘That’s the bottom I’m after. Darling, you have the most gorgeous bottom!’
Nicholas’s dad has a plan to make some fast cash. Nappies! Some disposable-nappy people are looking for a beautiful botty for their new advert – and all Nicholas’s baby brother has to do is pass the audition. What could possibly go wrong?
Award-winning Jeremy Strong has written many wacky books for children aged 7-teen, including My Dad’s Got an Alligator and My Brother’s Famous Bottom. Most of which are illustrated by Nick Sharratt, who also illustrates for Jacqueline Wilson!
Magic Ballerina The Magic Dance: Darcey Bussell & Kitten Chaos by Anna Wilson
This book is about ballet. About donning a magic pointe shoes and be transported to places.
Rainbow Magic: Trixie the Halloween Fairy: Special
Trixie the Halloween Fairy makes sure that Halloween is fun-filled and exciting for everyone!
But when a gang of greedy goblins steal Trixie s Enchanted Sweets, all Halloween plans are thrown into chaos. Can Kirsty and Rachel help Trixie find the Enchanted Sweets before this special day is ruined for everyone?
Two special books in one! This World Book Day flipbook contains a captivating journey to Enchantia, the faraway land of ballet and magic AND a hilarious pet-filled comic caper with kittens galore!
The Baby Brother from Outer Space!
When Haroon’s mum brings his baby brother into school, Izzy and her friends are ALARMED! The baby is clearly using mind control because the office ladies are being REALLY NICE. He spells space words with his blocks and he REALLY LIKES SCHOOL DINNERS! But it’s when he starts USING HIS ALIEN PHONE that they know. Haroon’s baby brother is from outer space and he’s MAKING CONTACT WITH ALIENS!
Best Friends:by Jacqueline Wilson
Gemma and Alice were born on the same day and have been devoted best friends ever since. Despite Gemma’s larger-than-life personality and Alice’s quieter, calmer character, the two are inseparable – until Alice has to move house, all the way to Scotland.
Gemma is utterly distraught, particularly at the thought that Alice might find a new best friend. Is there anything Gem’s brothers, or perhaps her grandad, can do to help?
Paperback: 75 Pages
Publisher: Multiple Publishers
Book Condition: Very Good.
Type: Pre-owned, Imported.