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Magicalamity
Kate Saunders
Magicalamity
Read by Jilly Bond

Tom doesn’t know he is a demisprite – the child of a fairy and a human – until he meets his three fairy godmothers. They’ve been summoned to protect him, but they can’t stop bickering, and two of them are hardened criminals. Tom must survive their botched magic spells, learn to fly and enter the dangerous Fairy Realm to save his parents. Interest Age 9+... More >

The Land of Neverendings
Kate Saunders
The Land of Neverendings
Read by Harriet Carmichael

The cat flap opened. Emily thought a wild animal was coming into the house. But the muddy creature that climbed through had four little wheels and a tail. What if there exists a world powered by imagination? A world of silliness, where humans and their toys live on long after they’ve left the Hard World … and what if the door between that world and this one was broken? Welcome to the Land of Never... More >

The Curse of the Chocolate Phoenix
Kate Saunders
The Curse of the Chocolate Phoenix
Read by Rita Sharma

A secret government department, once again, needs the magical help of Oz and Lily in a desperate new mission. Along with everyone’s favourite cantankerous cat, Demerara, her ratty companion Spike, and the help of some powerfully magical chocolate, the children must travel back in time to the height of the Blitz. Can they defeat some very dangerous supernatural creatures and save London’s famous ca... More >

Beswitched
Kate Saunders
Beswitched
Read by Rita Sharma

A magic spell has spun Flora into the past. She’s mysteriously swapped lives with a schoolgirl in 1935! No iPod? No cell phone? No hair products? How will she survive? Now Flora’s a new girl at St. Winifred’s, where she has to speak French at breakfast, wear hideous baggy bloomers, and sleep in a freezing dormitory. But lots of adventures in the past are amazing even if they are not forever. How w... More >

The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop
Kate Saunders
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop
Read by Rita Sharma

Oz and Lily’s family have inherited an ancient chocolate shop and they’re moving in upstairs. It’s the perfect home ... apart from the small fact that it’s haunted. And then they discover some gold chocolate moulds – with magic powers! Soon the ghosts are joined by some evil villains determined to get their hands on the priceless secrets of the magical chocolate.... More >

Spies in Disguise: Boy in Heels
Kate Scott
Spies in Disguise: Boy in Heels
Read by Dugald Bruce-Lockhart

James Bond never had to dress up as a girl! Spies-in-training Joe and Sam have one last mission before Joe’s family is moved on and he can finally ditch the dresses and stop pretending to be ‘Josie’. They have to use their growing stealth skills - not to mention the latest gadgets from HQ - it’s perfect! At least, it is until Joe’s spy mum is put in danger and needs an urgent body double… Joe’s ... More >

Spies in Disguise: Boy in Tights
Kate Scott
Spies in Disguise: Boy in Tights
Read by Dugald Bruce-Lockhart

James Bond never had to wear a dress! Joe discovers his parents are spies, which is great. But Joe’s parents are in danger which is not so great. And Joe has to go undercover as a girl which is definitely not great at all. Joe (now Josephine) is miserable when he starts his new school in a blond wig, dress and tights. But soon he has a spy mission of his own. Using a host of unusual gadgets, Joe i... More >

Spies in Disguise: Boy in a Tutu
Kate Scott
Spies in Disguise: Boy in a Tutu
Read by Dugald Bruce-Lockhart

Joe and Sam put their spy skills to the test against a new villain, in a new mission and in … tutus?! The only way to find out who is scheming to steal the World Cup memorabilia exhibition at the local leisure centre is to sign up for ballet lessons there. Joe and Sam land the lead roles in the end-of-term show – but Sam’s playing the male lead, and Joe’s the prima donna! Can Joe hold it together ... More >

Queen Sardine in Kitten Chaos
Kate Willis-Crowley
Queen Sardine in Kitten Chaos
Read by Ashleigh Cheadle

When Ivy’s friend Kei suggests that they camp in the garden overnight, Ivy is nervous about sleeping outside in the dark. But brave Queen Sardine promises to keep guard all night! As the camping sleepover looms Ivy starts to worry, and Queen Sardine is worried too: Big Molly has upset the other cats on Kipper Street by eating from their bowls and muttering. Why is she behaving so strangely? Campin... More >

Queen Sardine & Queen Sardine and Princess Persia
Kate Willis-Crowley
Queen Sardine & Queen Sardine and Princess Persia
Read by Ashleigh Cheadle

Eight year-old Ivy gets a real shock when a strange cat splash-lands in her bath. The shocks get bigger when Ivy discovers the cat can talk and is called Queen Sardine! Queen Sardine tells Ivy she’s scared to go back home because there’s a monster there. Not only does Ivy have to keep the cat a secret from her mum, she soon realises Queen Sardine is one demanding feline. And while Ivy’s struggling... More >

Eco-Worriers: Penguin Problems
Kathryn Lamb
Eco-Worriers: Penguin Problems
Read by Ruth Sillers

Committed eco-worriers Evie and Lola are very, very concerned about green issues – much to the irritation of their gas guzzling families! So when they find a penguin chick in the garden they’re really worried. Have the ice caps finally melted and the poor penguins forced into new lands? It turns out that this penguin has been taken from the local wildlife park. Could the penguin-napping be linked ... More >

Tales from Witchway Wood
Kaye Umansky
Tales from Witchway Wood
Read by Veronika Hyks

Filth is Witch Sludgegooey’s Fiend, Arthur the Dragon is precise, meticulous and lives with his mum, and O’Brian is a Leprechaun who is often mistaken for a Pixie. These three very different characters have two things in common – the band they play in (The Witchway Rhythm Boys) and the music they play – Crash ‘n’ Bang– which nobody likes very much. But then The Thing in the Moonmad T-shirt becomes... More >

The Dreadful Dragon
Kaye Umansky
The Dreadful Dragon
Read by Thomas Eyre

Ronald the Magnificent is the youngest wizard in the Wizards’ Club.The trouble is, he is not a very good wizard and all the others tease him terribly.They don’t even let him have his own chair.What Ronald needs is a pet so at least somebody is on his side. But pets are not allowed, so Ronald has to magic his pet up in secret.And when he does get his pet, it is not as easily controlled as Ronald wo... More >

Witch for a Week
Kaye Umansky
Witch for a Week
Read by Joan Walker

When Elsie Pickles offers to house-sit the mysterious home of local witch Magenta Sharp, she has no idea what she’s getting herself into. Left with a talking raven and a scruffy dog for company, a magical tower that has a mind of its own and a book of instruction called Everything You Need to Know, what could possibly go wrong? With an assortment of weird and wonderful neighbours banging at the do... More >

Waterslain Angels
Kevin Crossley-Holland
Waterslain Angels
Read by Patience Tomlinson

For centuries, the village of Waterslain has hidden a dark secret. When Annie and Sandy set out to solve the mystery of the angels missing from the church roof, they soon discover someone else is on the same trail. Someone else who will stop at nothing to get there first.... More >


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