Category: Early Readers | Reading Level: 7+
I'm Junior Justice, but you can call me JJ, and I think it's time we made our own team. The Super Sidekicks! Are you with me? Being a superhero sidekick isn't as fun as you think. You do all the work, beat the bad guys and save the planet, only for your grown-up partner to get all the credit. Jun ...Show more
Category: Early Readers
The Mother of the Seas is sick of humans using the oceans as a junkyard, so she decides to give the land dwellers a taste of their own medicine. Prepare for an unbelievable underwater menace that threatens to destroy the entire world!
Billie and Jack are camping in Jack's backyard. But it's verydark. And maybe just a little bit scary. Are they really bigenough to camp all on their own?
Oscar is a bit sad that he has to wear a cone on his head. So Archie and his friends decide to take him out to the park to cheer him up. But what happens when the pups get stranded on the pond in a storm? Its a PUPMERGENCY!
Billie and the Secret Mystery Club are investigating their most serious mystery yet. Someone has taken something from the principal's office at school! Who would have done such a terrible thing? And when one of Billie's friends becomes a suspect, will Billie even know who to trust anymore?
Billie�s class used to swim in the little pool. But this year they�re moving to the big one. Will Billie be too scared to swim in the deep end? No more than 50 words on each page. Word art or illustration on every second page to provide reading breaks.
The Billie B Brown adventures are perfect for girls who are desperate to begin reading but are bored by daggy school readers Billie has lots of fun things planned for her visit to GrandmaOCOs. But when Billie wakes up covered in spots, will her holiday be ruined?"
The absolutely MAD new Ginger Green series is all about fun, friendship and a clever fox who LAUGHS in the face of disaster. Perfect for fans of Weirdo and Tom Gates! In Ginger Green on the (UN)LUCKIEST School Camp Ever!, Ginger KNOWS that she's going to love school camp - it's got sing-a-l ...Show more
Category: Early Readers | Reading Level: 7 - 9 years
From the moment Pepsi launches into her new household it's clear that she is disruptive, definitely NOT house-trained and boy can she slobber! "Pepsi poked her head out. She looked at the last sausage still sitting on the carpet, and licked her lips. In a flash, Pepsi bounced out, grabbed the sausage a ...Show more