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Invisible Brother & Detective Brother
Pete Johnson
Invisible Brother & Detective Brother
Read by Joe Coen

Jamie is sick of his little brother Harry showing off all the time. If only Harry would disappear! But then Harry makes a wish on Jamie’s magic cape and hey presto he’s invisible! Now it’s up to Jamie to turn him back. Then Harry, Jamie and Reema go to the seaside. But when they rescue an oil-covered seagull, they find themselves in the middle of an exciting, magical mystery. Interest age: 7-9... More >

How to Fool Your Parents
Pete Johnson
How to Fool Your Parents
Read by Joe Coen

What can you do when your parents turn into SUPER-VILLAINS? I just took one tiny POWER NAP in a VERY BORING lesson and they totally over-reacted – banning me from appearing on the most awesome vlog in the universe! I tried everything I could to change their minds – even doing my HOMEWORK! – but NOTHING worked. Then my best friend Maddy told me about a SECRET way to FOOL YOUR PARENTS into doing ANY... More >

My Parents are Driving Me Crazy
Pete Johnson
My Parents are Driving Me Crazy
Read by Joe Coen

When Louis’s parents are forced to swap roles there is total chaos. Dad serves up meals no one can eat, messes up all the laundry and worst of all, decides Louis is his new best friend. But you can’t hang out with your dad, can you? Louis decides that dads just can’t be mums – but then he’s in for a huge surprise. The latest hilarious instalment of Louis the Laugh’s bestselling adventures. ... More >

Bug Brother & Pirate Brother
Pete Johnson
Bug Brother & Pirate Brother
Read by Evelyn McLean

Two charming stories about Jamie and his magic cape. In Bug Brother Jamie decides to turn his annoying brother into a bluebottle with the help of his magic cape. But then he can’t change him back.And soon Mum and Dad will be home ... In Pirate Brother Jamie uses his magic cape to make his hero, Brave Bill the boy pirate, appear. He goes to school with him, but then Brave Bill starts shrinking teac... More >

Waggit’s Tale
Peter Howe
Waggit’s Tale
Read by Jennifer Woodward

Waggit, a small white puppy, finds himself abandoned by his owner in Central Park. Realising that now he has to fend for himself, Waggit takes refuge with a group of stray dogs who live together to survive. Soon Waggit needs to decide if he really wants to become a true member of the pack, or whether his yearning for a proper home will lead him away from his new-found friends for ever ...... More >

The Eye of the Serpent
Philip Caveney
The Eye of the Serpent
Read by David Thorpe

Egypt 1923 and fifteen-year-old Alec Devlin is on his way to the Valley of the Kings to work on his Uncle Will’s archaeological dig. And his uncle and his assistant Tom have made an amazing discovery – an ancient tomb hidden deep below the earth. But hours after opening its doors, Uncle Will falls mysteriously ill and Tom disappears without trace. As Alec sets about unravelling the tomb’s mysterie... More >

Marginaliens
Philip Gross
Marginaliens
Read by Julia Barrie

When she’s fed up, Enna doodles.This time it’s a scribbly, hunchbacked, squatting figure. Just the way she feels, in fact. And then the figure winks at her. It speaks, and jumps off the page. It’s alive, with a mind of its own. Will it be a friend? She needs one. Or will it make things worse? When Enna’s little brother vanishes she has to follow him to the place the doodle comes from. Which is a v... More >

Goblin Quest
Philip Reeve
Goblin Quest
Read by David Thorpe

Another fantastically exciting novel set in a land of magic from the award-winning Philip Reeve. The heroes of Goblins continue their adventures outside the walls of Clovenstone castle. Having seen off the thieving dwarves the goblins are now on a bold quest. As ever, Skarper and Henwyn are to the fore as they lead the goblins against the unknown enemy. Awaiting them are powerful dark forces that ... More >

Goblins vs Dwarves
Philip Reeve
Goblins vs Dwarves
Read by David Thorpe

The reawakening of ancient sorcery is bringing new creatures to the world of Clovenstone. A network of tunnels is sneaking into the heart of goblin territory. Skarper and his friends try to halt this underground invasion, but the dwarves – ruthless, cunning and covered in mole-droppings – are dangerous. The heroes of Goblins must defend their magical castle in a fabulously action-packed sequel fro... More >

Goblins
Philip Reeve
Goblins
Read by David Thorpe

A wild world of magical creatures and heroic adventure from the extraordinary imagination of Philip Reeve. The squabbling goblins who live in the great towers of Clovenstone spend their time fighting and looting. Only clever young Skarper understands that dark magic created by a vanquished sorcerer is rising again. From the lands of men come fortune-seekers - and so trolls, giants, cloud-maidens, ... More >

The Liberators
Philip Womack
The Liberators
Read by Tim Bruce

On his first trip to London, Ivo Moncrieff steps off the train and stumbles into a nightmare. As he is waiting on the tube platform, a stranger thrusts a mysterious object into his hand. Moments later, the carriage next to Ivo’s is overcome with panic and at the next station the passengers find the stranger’s dismembered body. Ivo guesses that the perpetrators want the object, and if they find he ... More >

Maisie Mae: No Boys Allowed
Poppy Harper
Maisie Mae: No Boys Allowed
Read by Penelope Rawlins

Maisie Mae and her best friend Bethany-next-door like pink, unicorns and heart-shaped cushions. Maisie Mae’s five stinky brothers like worms, football and CHAOS! Maisie Mae’s life is complete and utter CHAOS! She has FIVE stinky brothers, and has to share a bedroom with the TERRIBLE twins. They think it’s funny to put snails under her duvet, fish-food in her sandwiches and hide her favourite thin... More >

Maisie Mae: Bad Luck Bridesmaid
Poppy Harper
Maisie Mae: Bad Luck Bridesmaid
Read by Penelope Rawlins

Maisie Mae and her best friend Bethany-next-door like pink, unicorns and heart-shaped cushions. Maisie Mae’s five stinky brothers like worms, football and CHAOS! When Maisie Mae is asked to be a bridesmaid it’s a dream come true! Because weddings mean flowers and cake and, most importantly, BEAUTIFUL dresses. But things never run smoothly in Maisie’s house and disaster is followed by more DISASTER... More >

Maisie Mae: Camping is Not Very Ooh La La!
Poppy Harper
Maisie Mae: Camping is Not Very Ooh La La!
Read by Penelope Rawlins

Maisie’s family are heading to France for the best camping trip ever! There’ll be croissants and baguettes and . . . snails? But when they arrive, France feels an awful lot like England. And camping seems like an awful lot of bother. Especially when you’ve got FIVE stinky brothers who are really extremely ANNOYING and your best-friend-who-is-almost-as-good-as-a-sister is in a whole other country. ... More >

The Name of this Book is Secret
Pseudonymous Bosch
The Name of this Book is Secret
Read by Eric Meyers

When intrepid investigators Cass and Max-Ernest set out to discover the history of the mysterious Symphony of Smells, they become embroiled in a dastardly experiment involving kidnapped children and the secret of eternal youth. Together they must come up with a plan to rescue their classmate from a hideous fate and escape the eerie pyramid of the Midnight Sun. Interest age 9+... More >


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