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The Bad Guys - Episode 9 and 10 by Aaron Blabey (White Reading Level)
BAD GUYS 9 THE SKY GOES DARK. THE CITY TREMBLES. THE SCREAMS BEGIN... and everyone's favourite Wolf has a LOT of explaining to do. Big? Yep. Bad? You betcha. Unmissable? YESSSSSSSSSSS. But seriously, will someone tell those whiny Three Little Pig dudes to stop saying "We told you so"? Get under a table and put on a sensible helmet.
BAD GUYS 10 All hail Crown Prince Marmalade! SURRENDER to his evil magnificence! KNEEL before his butt handed glory! Or . . . like . . . DON'T!
Whip out your war cry and pull on your party pants. It's the ULTIMATE BATTLE between BAD and BAAAAAAD! It's season finale time, playas!
Every Child a Song by Nicola Davies
When you were born, a song began. It was there in every heartbeat, every breath. A melody the world had never heard before.
And now, all around you, the songs of other children across the globe are singing.
The Bolds go Wild by Julian Clary (Grey Reading Level)
The Bolds are very surprised to be visited by Fred's mother, Granny Imamu. She's travelled all the way from Africa, and now she's here, she does not approve of what she finds. Hyenas, living as people - whatever next! Granny Imamu starts to stir up mischief with twins Bobby and Betty, encouraging them to get in touch with their beastly side at school.
And then the twins' teacher comes to the Bolds with a rather unusual problem: her grown-up son Jeffrey just isn't like other people. He's rather hairy, doesn't much like to talk, and loves to monkey about. If animals can become people, could it happen the other way around?
Too Small Tola by Atinuke (Brown Reading Level)
Tola lives in a flat in Lagos with her sister, Bola, who is very clever; her brother, Femi, who is very fast; and Grandmummy, who is very bossy. Tola proves to be stronger than she seems when she goes to market with Grandmummy and manages to carry home a basket full of yams and vegetables, chilli peppers and fish.
When the taps in the flat don't work, it's Tola who brings water from the well, and it's Tola who saves the day when Mr Abdul, the tailor, needs his goods to be delivered quickly.
The Missing Bookshop by Katie Clapham (White Reading Level)
Milly loves going to story time at her local bookshop. Mrs Minty is an encyclopedia of books and knows the perfect story for every occasion ... tales of mischievous children and faraway lands, magical beasts and daring adventures.
But the bookshop is old and creaky, just like Mrs Minty herself. And then one day Milly arrives to find the shop gone. What has happened to Mrs Minty and her irreplaceable bookshop?
Amelia Fang and the Naughty Caticorns by Laura Ellen Anderson (Grey Reading Level)
Amelia Fang's mum has had a baby! And with everyone focused on the new arrival, it's up to Amelia to look after three VERY mischievous caticorns.
Can Amelia prove that she has what it takes to be the best big sister ever?