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To The Lighthouse by Cristy Burne
Category: Junior Readers | Reading Level: Children's - Grade 2-3, Age 7-8
With Emmy daring him on, Isaac's life gets more and more exciting. But when things go horribly wrong on their secret midnight adventure, they both wonder whether this time they've gone too far . . .
Game Time! (#4 Hotdog) by Anh Do
Hotdog, Lizzie and Kev are training for GAME DAY! They want to win the big prizean awesome trip to Rainbow Island! That's where Kev's mum lives! They'll need skill, speed and strength. Do they have what it takes to win?
The Mystery of the Magic Stones (Polly and Buster #2) by Sally Rippin
What would you do if everyone thought your best friend was dangerous? Polly the witch and Buster the monster shouldn't be friends. And they definitely shouldn't be on the run from almost everyone in town. But when Polly is called to the Hollow Valley Mines - the forbidden, haunted mines - by her magic ...Show more
The Wayward Witch and the Feelings Monster (Polly and Buster #1) by Sally Rippin
From Australia's best-selling female author, Sally Rippin, comes Polly and Buster - a brand new junior fiction series about the magic of friendship. Who ever heard of a witch and a monster being friends? Everyone knows that witches don't mix with monsters. Witches are educated, clever, sophisticate ...Show more
Lemonade Jones likes to ask lots of questions and does not like rules - warm, funny stories for the beginning reader about a girl who likes to ask 'why?'
Lottie Perkins, Ballerina (Lottie Perkins #2) by Katrina Nannestad
The junior series launch of the year! Emerging readers will fall in love with this adorable and collectable new series from award-winning Australian author Katrina Nannestad. Ages 5+ I'm wearing a glittering tutu and a sparkling tiara.I pirouette. Three times.And I don't even trip.My name's Charlotte ...Show more
Real Pigeons Fight Crime (#1 Real Pigeons) by Andrew McDonald
Ever wonder why pigeons always act so weird? It's because they're out there chasing the bad guys and saving your butts! Did you know your city is protected by a secret squad of crime-fighting pigeons? It's true! With master of disguise Rock Pigeon, bendy Tumbler, strong Frillback and super-finder Homey, ...Show more
Mr Penguin and the Lost Treasure (#1) by Alex T. Smith
From the international bestselling creator of Claude, comes a brand new hero - Mr Penguin, adventurer and penguin. Indiana Jones meets Hercule Poirot in this new Alex T. Smith series with plenty of slapstick humour, mystery and adventure. Highly illustrated throughout with a striking black and orange d ...Show more
Gastronauts (S. Tinker Inc. #3) by James Foley
The brain-enhancing nanobots she is testing have been accidentally swallowed by her baby brother Joe. The only way to stop Joe turning into a superbaby and wreaking super havoc is to shrink herself and travel inside Joe's body on a journey to tackle the problem head-on. What could possibly go wrong? As ...Show more
Pearl the Magical Unicorn (Pearl #1) by Sally Odgers
Meet Pearl. She is a magical unicorn. But Pearl doesn't quite know how to use her magic. With the help of her friends, Tweet and Olive, can Pearl believe in her magical self? And what happens when Pearl and her friends stumble upon three naughty, stinky gobble-uns!?
Older Not Wiser (Bad Nana #1) HB by Sophy Henn
A wickedly funny new series for ages six and up from the creator of Where Bear?, Pass It On and the Pom Pom series, with colour illustrations throughout. Jeanie's Grandma is BAD. Not bad like a vampire or a gangster or anything, more like... up to no good. Sometimes she can be a bit embarrassing but mo ...Show more