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The Cupcake Wedding
Gillian Cross
The Cupcake Wedding
Read by Lucy Symons

When Holly’s sister announces her engagement, wedding planning begins in earnest. But a tight budget means missing out on some wedding essentials – like the cake! Holly decides to put her baking skills to the test and surprise the happy couple with 1000 cupcakes! What could possibly go wrong? A light-hearted girly comedy. Illustrated by Nina de Polonia Interest age: 8-12 Reading age: 8... More >

The Monster Snowman
Gillian Cross
The Monster Snowman
Read by Thomas Eyre

Jack wakes up on his birthday to find an extra special present – everything is covered in fluffy, white snow! He and two friends Sam and Ryan decide to build the biggest, scariest snowman in the world. But when they all receive a mysterious text in the middle of the night, the last thing they expect is to be chased up a tree by the monster snowman! But is the snowman as scary as he seems? Illus... More >

The Sticky Witch
Hilary McKay
The Sticky Witch
Read by Charlotte Strevens

Tom and Ellie (and Whiskers the Cat) have to go and live with their Aunt Tab. That’s bad. Everything in her house is sticky with treacle. That’s worse. Then they find out she’s a witch. Will Tom and Ellie come to a sticky end? Illustrated by Mike Phillips Interest age: 9-12 Reading Age: 8... More >

Dragon!
Hilary McKay
Dragon!
Read by Diana Bishop

When Max won’t tidy his room, his Witchy Aunt flies off in a temper – on her broomstick! Max is left on his own, with a dragon’s egg to look after. But now the dragon’s coming out ... and it’s hungry! Warm, magical and funny. Illustrated by Mike Phillips... More >

Samurai
Ian Beck
Samurai
Read by Joe Coen

A masterless samurai and his faithful dog take on terrifying demons to save a beautiful girl in this atmospheric and thrilling myth from Japan. Interest age: 10-14 Reading age: 8... More >

Robin Hood All At Sea
Jan Mark
Robin Hood All At Sea
Read by Gareth Armstrong

D o you ever wish your life was a little more exciting? Robin Hood is Britain’s Most Wanted outlaw. He dares to rob the rich and give to the poor. For most of us, this would be plenty of excitement – but for Robin, it’s all as stale as last week’s fish. So he sets off to sea to begin a new life – as a fisherman! But it isn’t all plain sailing. Dive into this book and find out why! Illustrated ... More >

Super Storm
Jane A. C. West and Roger Hurn
Super Storm
Read by Roger Hurn

The crazy scientist Dr Hed Case demands that the government give him £20 million pounds by midnight or he will send a super storm to destroy London. Time’s running out for Tribe. Illustrated by Stik Interest age: 12+ Reading age: 7... More >

Road Rage
Jane A. C. West and Roger Hurn
Road Rage
Read by Clare Whitehead

The road builder Kong Kreet wants to build a freeway through an Indian Reservation! It will take all Tribe’s skills to get there in time to save the day. Interest age: 5-8 Reading age: 6... More >

Real True Friends
Jean Ure
Real True Friends
Read by Charlotte Strevens

Hannah has to start at a new school in the middle of term, when everybody has already made their own cosy group of friends – will anyone be willing to befriend Hannah? Michelle, the Queen of Cool, says she will be her friend, but only if she stops talking to Zoe ‘Freaky’ Frost. Should she ignore Zoe to hang out with the popular girls? An hilarious, cleverly written read. Interest age 8-12 Read... More >

The Ghost in the Bath
Jeremy Strong
The Ghost in the Bath
Read by Joe Coen

Luke doesn’t like his new school – and he likes history teacher, Mrs Rubble, even less. And now he’s got a week to prepare a project on the Victorians for her, and he’s no idea what to do. That night he’s relaxing in his bath when a young woman gradually appears. She says she’s a ghost searching for her lost love and that if Luke helps her find him she’ll help him with his History project. Illu... More >

Mad Iris
Jeremy Strong
Mad Iris
Read by Stuart Crossman

Would you like to have an ostrich for a pet? Ross has big problems when one turns up in the school playground. How can he save her from the men in black who want to kill her? And why is Katie stuck in the boys’ toilets? Illustrated by Scoular Anderson Interest age: 9-12 • Reading Age: 8... More >

Mad Iris Goes Missing
Jeremy Strong
Mad Iris Goes Missing
Read by Charlotte Strevens

How many ostriches does it take to smash up a school? One. And her name is Mad Iris. Mad Iris has gone! Top End Primary has stolen her from Ross’s school. She’s not happy – nor are Top End Primary. They didn’t know how much muddle and mess a six-foot-tall ostrich could make! Can Ross rescue Iris before she gets into real trouble? Illustrated by Scoular Anderson Interest age: 9-12 Reading age... More >

The Smallest Horse in the World
Jeremy Strong
The Smallest Horse in the World
Read by Penelope Rawlins

New girl Swan boasts about her money, her swimming pool and her horse. But Bella has a horse, too – the smallest horse in the world! How will she keep her hidden from her mum? What will happen when she takes her to school? And can she help her find her owner?... More >

Don’t Go in the Cellar
Jeremy Strong
Don’t Go in the Cellar
Read by Christopher Naylor

When Zack and Laura disobey a note telling them to keep out of the cellar, all sorts of mayhem breaks loose. Can Zack and Laura put a stop to the maddest machine on the planet?... More >

Problems with a Python
Jeremy Strong
Problems with a Python
Read by Jack Hawkins

When Adam agrees to look after Gary’s pet python, Steak and Kidney, chaos promptly ensues! Illustrated by Scoular Anderson Interest age 9-12 Reading age 8... More >


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