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The Evil Eye
Oisin McGann
The Evil Eye
Read by Evelyn McLean

Balor’s been told that one of his grandchildren will kill him, so he throws them all into the sea. One, Lug, survives, and has vowed to kill him. But Lug’s in for a mighty battle – Balor’s deadly eye of destruction incinerates everything he looks at. How will Lug defeat this powerful weapon? Action-packed Irish myth. Illustrated by the author Interest age: 10-14 • Reading Age: 8... More >

Pirate Attack
Paul Dowswell
Pirate Attack
Read by Charlotte Strevens

Joe’s thrilled when Dan and his family invite him to join them on a sailing holiday in the Seychelles. But when some lost Somali pirates board the ship with AK-47s, he’s the only one they don’t notice – and the only one who can call for help ... Thrilling adventure. Interest Age: 12+ Reading Age: 8... More >

Shut It!
Pete Johnson
Shut It!
Read by Hywel John

Andy and Ben always fight – the way brothers do. But one day Ben goes too far. And Andy’s had enough. He’s not going to talk again. Not at all. Not even once. For a month. He’s an instant celebrity! How long will his fame last? And what if he needs to say something really important? Interest age: 9-12 • Reading Age: 8... More >

Return of the (Un)Teenager
Pete Johnson
Return of the (Un)Teenager
Read by Wayne Forester

Spencer is back! He and Emily kissed a few weeks ago but they haven’t talked since and Spencer’s unsure of her feelings. It’ll take some ill-advised fashion choices, a disastrous disco and a terrible party to convince him that Emily may actually like him ... just the way he is! Hilarious, much-requested sequel to the bestselling Diary of an (Un)Teenager. Interest age: 12+ • Reading Age: 8... More >

The Tale of Black-Eye Jax
Peter Clover
The Tale of Black-Eye Jax
Read by John Sackville

Black-Eye Jax robbed the rich at gunpoint. He was the terror of the highways. But now he haunts the banks of the river. And he has a message for Harry and Charlie. They thought this was going to be a boring holiday. They were wrong. Interest Age: 9-12 Reading Age: 8... More >

The Green Men of Gressingham
Philip Ardagh
The Green Men of Gressingham
Read by Tim Bruce

The Green Men of Gressingham are medieval outlaws. When a new tax is introduced, they turn to kidnapping! A hilarious play on Robin Hood. Illustrated by Mike Phillips Interest age: 9-12 • Reading Age: 7... More >

The Red Dragons of Gressingham
Philip Ardagh
The Red Dragons of Gressingham
Read by Daniel Philpott

The Green Men once were out-laws. Now they are in-laws, life has got a bit boring.That’s until Lord Dashwood sends them on a most unusual quest – to find the legendary Red Dragons of Gressingham. Can the Green Men complete it without setting their bottoms on fire? An hilarious story from an award- winning and hugely popular author. Interest Age 8-12 Reading Age 7... More >

The House with No Name
Pippa Goodhart
The House with No Name
Read by Daniel Philpott

When Jamie’s father buys a house that has been empty for 35 years, a secret from the past is revealed. A touching ghost story. Illustrated by Peter Kavanagh Interest Age: 9-12 Reading Age: 7... More >

The First Hunter
Robert Swindells
The First Hunter
Read by Tim Bruce

Tan’s tribe must steal meat like jackals to live. Scavenging’s dangerous, but they have no other way to get food. Until the tribe’s idiot hanger-on invents a new game ... Prehistoric adventure. Illustrated by Mike Phillips Interest age: 12+ Reading age: 8... More >

Snapshot
Robert Swindells
Snapshot
Read by Wayne Forester

Click. That’s how easy it is. To take a photo. To change your life. Victor didn’t mean to get involved. You’ve got a camera in your hand, you see something happening – you take a shot, right? But what if, before you know it, you’ve taken photos of a crime? And now someone wants those photos back. A thrilling up-to-the-minute boys’ adventure... More >

Looking for Billie
Rosie Rushton
Looking for Billie
Read by Judy Flynn

Billie Gold hears a woman on a train say she’s “looking for Billie”. She must be Billie’s real mum! But how will Billie ever get to talk to her when everything keeps getting in the way? Touching family story. Illustrated by Karen Donnelly Interest Age: 9-12 Reading Age: 7... More >

Vigi the Viking and the Dream Dragon
Scoular Anderson
Vigi the Viking and the Dream Dragon
Read by Daniel Philpott

Vigi wants to be a Viking warrior, but the only thing he’s ever really fought with is Grandma Grumpit’s awful porridge! But when Vigi’s father gets swindled by a band of pirates, Vigi and his friends set out on an adventure worthy of the Viking name. A fun, laugh-out-loud comedy. Illustrated by the author Interest age: 8-12 Reading age: 8... More >

Dino-Hunter
Simon Chapman
Dino-Hunter
Read by David Thorpe

It’s 1923 and MacYoung is assisting on the great dino-hunter Roy Chapman Andrews’ expedition into the Gobi Desert. He doesn’t expect to find any fossils himself, but when he’s given a strange gift by some natives, he’s transported to the time of the dinosaurs! Now he can tell Andrews exactly where the fossils will be. That is, if he survives ... Interest age: 10+ Reading age: 8... More >

The Fix
Sophie McKenzie
The Fix
Read by Joe Coen

Blake’s the star of the local football team, but he and his mum are in trouble – they can’t make the rent and it looks as though they’ll have to move. So when a stranger offers Blake cash to fix the match, it seems like an easy solution, right? Wrong. If Blake goes along with it, he stands to lose more than just the game, will he do the right thing? Interest Age TEEN Reading Age 8... More >

The Doomsday Watchers
Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore
The Doomsday Watchers
Read by Joe Coen

Tim is on the run from the government, and in big trouble! They are watching his every move ... can he stay one step ahead? High-tech, fast-paced sequel to The Doomsday Virus. Interest age: 8-12 Reading age: 8... More >


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