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Living with Vampires
Jeremy Strong
Living with Vampires
Read by Wayne Forester

Are your parents normal? Kevin’s parents are really odd. They can turn people into zombies. Blood is their favourite drink. Even worse, they are coming with him to the school disco! How can Kevin get his parents to behave normally so he can impress the beautiful Miranda? Illustrated by Scoular Anderson Interest age: 8-12 Reading Age: 8+... More >


Chuckle Bob’s Great Escape
Jeremy Strong
Chuckle Bob’s Great Escape
Read by David Thorpe

When Chuckle Bob the monkey spies the door of the pet shop has been left open, he makes a run for it – he wants to see grass and trees again! But can he survive in the wild? Or will he need a little bit of help from Jessica and Dan? Laugh your socks off with Jeremy Strong and some monkey mayhem! Illustrated by Scoular Anderson Interest age: 8-12 Reading age: 8... More >

The Night of the Kelpies
Joan Lennon
The Night of the Kelpies
Read by Christian Hoff

Sandy bets that he can spend the night at the Bay. It’s supposed to be haunted by Kelpies – evil sea creatures that take humans as slaves – but Sandy doesn’t believe that rubbish. Until midnight strikes. And the Queen of the Kelpies comes for him. There are worse things than drowning ... Illustrated by Daniel Atanasov Interest age: 10-14 • Reading Age: 8... More >

Deadline
John Townsend
Deadline
Read by David Thorpe

20:30 Barney hears something no one wants him to hear. 21:15 The secret is out. 22:00 Now there is a missile set to blow up a plane full of people. And the only thing that can save them is a 13-year-old boy. 22:43 Deadline. Time’s running out Barney...... More >

The Ghost of Shadow Vale
Jonathan Stroud
The Ghost of Shadow Vale
Read by Hywel John

Glam killed the monster of Shadow Vale – but he also died in the fight. Now Glam’s ghost has come back. And he’s worse than the monster ever was. The hero Grettir is the strongest man in the land. But is he strong enough to face the evil Glam? And how can Grettir kill a dead man? Illustrated by Siku Interest age: 10-14 • Reading Age: 8... More >

Running from the Rainbow
Karen McCombie
Running from the Rainbow
Read by Clare Whitehead

Rosie Roberts has a secret. So when she moves to a new school, she’s desperate not to draw too much attention to herself. But things aren’t so easy when your Mum is the popular new teacher everyone is talking about ...... More >

Sweetness and Lies
Karen McCombie
Sweetness and Lies
Read by Victoria Fox

Tilly has just started at her new secondary school and she’s the luckiest girl in the world – she’s found her new, Best Friend Forever, Mia. But when Amber joins their class a few days later, Mia starts to act a little oddly. A thoughtful story of friendship and trust. Interest age: 8-12 Reading age: 8... More >

Candy Girl
Karen McCombie
Candy Girl
Read by Charlie Norfolk

Dixie’s landed a dream work experience placement at Candy magazine. But rather than interviewing celebs and mingling with models, Dixie spends all her time making tea! And then the problem page editor makes her read all the letters from readers. Worse still, Dixie finds a letter from her own sister. What will she do? Hilarious comedy by a top author. Interest age: 9-12 Reading age: 8... More >

Weird Happenings
Kaye Umansky
Weird Happenings
Read by Stuart Crossman

Have you ever wanted to stay at home when your parents go off to visit family? That’s what Pinchton Primm did. But when he invites the Weird family from next door round to his house, things to start to go horribly wrong. Will he ever get everything back to normal before his parents get home? Illustrated by Chris Mould Interest age: 9-12 Reading Age: 8... More >

Meet the Weirds
Kaye Umansky
Meet the Weirds
Read by Zoe-Anne Phillips

Do you always keep your room nice and tidy? Pinchton does – he has to, because his mum loves things to be neat. So when the Weirds move in next door and make a mess of everything, his mum is not happy. But Pinchton is curious and when he creeps round to meet the new neighbours, there are a lot of surprises in store! Illustrated by Chris Mould... More >

Wildly Weird
Kaye Umansky
Wildly Weird
Read by Evelyn McLean

A plant show? Yawn. Pinchton Primm thinks it’ll be as boring as sprout surprise. But then the Weird family bring their House Plant along ... This plant is not in a pot but it’s out of control – and it doesn’t like losing competitions! The third and final brilliant book about the Weird family. Illustrated by Chris Mould Interest age: 9-12 Reading Age: 8... More >

The Stepsisters’ Story
Kaye Umansky
The Stepsisters’ Story
Read by Evelyn McLean

Lardine and Angula will make sure their stepsister doesn’t go to the ball, marry the prince, or get her foot in that stupid shoe! Riotous retelling of the classic story. Illustrated by Mike Phillips Interest age: 9-12 • Reading Age: 8... More >

The Queen’s Tale
Kaye Umansky
The Queen’s Tale
Read by Caroline Guthrie

The Queen is fed up with Snow White. She’s so sickeningly soppy and trilling and she turns her father the King into a gibbering fool. So when a run-of-the-mill magic mirror tells the Queen that Snow White is more beautiful than she is, Snow White has got to go! Laugh-out-loud comedy from a hugely popular author. Interest age: 8-12 Reading age: 8... More >

The Wickedest Witch in the World
Kaye Umansky
The Wickedest Witch in the World
Read by Penelope Rawlins

Old Maggit just wanted to win the Wickedest Witch Contest – it wasn’t fair that all those other witches kept beating her! So she decorated her house with sweets and gingerbread to tempt a couple of lost little children in, then locked one in the wood-shed, and made the other her slave. Well, that’s what she put on the application form. The truth is a little different! Hilarious revision of the cla... More >

Thor and the Master of Magic
Kevin Crossley-Holland
Thor and the Master of Magic
Read by Alistair Petrie

Thor decides to teach the Giants a lesson they’ll never forget – and with his bone-smashing hammer and superhuman strength, Thor is used to getting what he wants. But he has no idea he’s in for the battle of his life. Illustrated by Siku Interest age: 10-14 Reading Age: 8+... More >


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