In Maisy's Bedtime, Maisy and her friends get ready for bed.
The exciting adventures that young children go on every day are reflected in Maisy's cozy and enjoyable world. As always, Maisy will make the everyday extraordinary for parents, toddlers, and preschoolers!
Alice Through the Looking Glass by Jeanne Willis
Step through the looking glass with Alice and discover the magic of Wonderland.
This is the ideal preface to the beloved children's classic by Lewis Carroll.
Everybody's favorite characters, including Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Humpty Dumpty, and the White Queen, are back in this tale adapted for younger readers.
With lively, rhymed text written by celebrated novelist Jeanne Willis and vivid illustrations by renowned illustrator Ross Collins.
Guess what's coming to town! The Animal Games! There'll be show-jumping for horses AND rabbits, and discus for dogs - so of course I have to enter Streaker. Mum says a CARROT is more obedient than my dog, but I think she can do it - Streaker can go for GOLD!
The Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog is back causing more chaos and getting into more trouble - also guaranteed to have you laughing your socks off!
'If only that horrible cat didn't live here!'
Beaumont Robinson's family decides there's only one thing to do after their curious little mouse is almost murdered by the cat. They have to leave! Thus, they all embarked on a midnight quest to locate a new residence. This is a fun tale featuring a very captivating mouse protagonist.
The first children's book by Tom Fletcher, which is enchanting, moving, and incredibly popular.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the North Pole. Set off on a Christmas Eve adventure with a youngster named William Trundle, an elf named Snozzletrump, Santa Claus (yes, the actual Santa Claus!), a horrible piece of equipment called the Hunter, and a most odd dinosaur...
Kat Wolfe on Thin Ice by Lauren St John
This is the third book in the middle-grade series about animals and friendship from award-winning author Lauren St John.
Best friends Kat Wolfe and Harper Lamb can’t wait to travel from England’s Bluebell Bay to New York’s Adirondacks for a fall vacation with their parents. But misadventure plagues them from the start, leaving them in the wrong place at the wrong time. Alone!
Danger at Dead Man's Pass by M.G. Leonard & Sam Sedgman
A mysterious letter from an old friend asks Hal and Uncle Nat to help investigate a spooky supernatural mystery. Legend has it the Kratzensteins, a family of rich and powerful railway tycoons, are cursed, but there is no such thing as a curse, is there . . .?
Embark on a thrilling fourth adventure in the bestselling, prize-winning Adventures on Trains series - Danger at Dead Man's Pass, from M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman, as Harrison Beck investigates an ancient family curse high in the German mountains.
Snowglobe by Amy Wilson
When daydreamer Clementine discovers a mysterious house standing in the middle of town that was never there before, she is pulled towards it by the powerful sense of a mother she never knew. The place is full of snowglobes, swirling with stars and snow and each containing a trapped magician, watched over by Gan, the bitter keeper of the house. One of these is Dylan, a boy who teases her in the real world but who is now desperate for her help.
The beautifully spellbinding and critically acclaimed story of a thousand magical worlds from the author of A Girl Called Owl and A Far Away Magic.