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What a delight to have yet another of the crazy, quirky, downright silly but deliciously entertaining "Boyface" books, ready to enchant 7-9 year olds everywhere. This book opens with Boyface beginning to learn his new role as a Stripemonger,  but as we know, he R

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I love Remy Bennet, she is the antidote to celebrity culture. Propelled to fame by an on-pitch fight between her ex and current footballer boyfriend she then makes matters worse by tripping over on live television and flashing her bum to the world.

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There are things roaming the streets of London that we know nothing about, girls are disappearing and the government seems to be up to something.

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This remarkable novel grabs your attention from the first page and holds it through 41 chapters. Three young protagonists are trying to piece together fragments of a distressing past in order to move on.

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Strange things are happening in Zinny's life. Both his parents are keeping secrets from him - and from each other - and strangers are watching his house.

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Apple was abandoned by her mother at an early age and left with her nana. Eleven years later, she still dreams that her mum will return to claim her and life will be perfect and whole again.

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Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats and settle down to enjoy Emma Carroll's second novel, The Girl Who Walked On Air. With life as part of Chipchase's circus, there's never a dull moment.

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Set in Tampere, Finland, Red as Blood is a young adult novel with references to a repertoire of fairytales – most noticeably Snow White. Lumikki, our female protagonist, is an independent and old-beyond-her-years teenager with a past shrouded in mystery and d

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Multi award-winning stand-up comedian David O’Doherty has joined creative forces with award-winning author and illustrator, Chris Judge to create this witty, tongue-in-cheek children’s "guide book" of danger.

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Finding a Voice is a compelling and emotional snapshot into the life of Jo, a troubled teen and self-proclaimed misfit.

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A tense psychological thriller for teens.   Chloe has been desperate to leave her hometown for university for as long as she can remember. However when the time finally arrives circumstances mean she has to defer the place she’s worked so hard for.

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