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When Grace moves to Hong Kong with her mum and new stepdad,
her biggest concern is making friends at her new boarding school. But
when a mysterious old woman gifts her a dragon egg during a field trip,
Grace discovers that the wonderful stories of dragons she heard when
she was a young girl might actually be real - especially when the egg hatches overnight. And now it's up to Grace and
friends to uncover the sinister plot threatening the entire city!
When Jingwen moves to a new country, he feels like he's
landed on Mars. School is torture, making friends is impossible since
he doesn't speak English. To distract himself, Jingwen daydreams about
making all the cakes on the menu of Pie in the Sky, the bakery his father
had planned to open before he unexpectedly passed away. A poignant, laugh-out-loud illustrated novel about an eleven-year-old boy's
immigration experience, his annoying little brother, and their cake-baking hijinks!
After finding her brother and saving the entire supernatural
world, Amari Peters is convinced her first full summer as a Junior Agent
will be a breeze. But between the fearsome new Head Minister’s
strict anti-magician agenda, fierce Junior Agent rivalries, and her
brother Quinton’s curse steadily worsening, Amari’s
plate is full. Artemis Fowl meets Men in Black in this magical second
book in the New York Times bestselling Supernatural Investigations trilogy. Perfect for 8+ fans of
The Ministry of Unladylike Activity is an exciting
Second World War thriller series from one of today’s most popular
children’s writers. Following
her Murder Most Unladylike books, this new series won’t
disappoint her millions of fans. Packed with whodunit suspense, fun
and a lasting friendship among characters May, Eric and Nuala there’s the added excitement of a mystery to solve.
Frankie’s World is a funny and relatable graphic
novel that shines a spotlight on living with autism as a 12 year old.
Frankie's dad left when she was a baby. Frankie wonders was he different
just like her? Is that why she feels so unlike her classmates? Frankie
and her best friend Sam set out to track down her Dad and in doing so
we learn much more about her, what makes her unique and about how important
it is to be ourselves.