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The Indian in the Cupboard
Lynn Reid Banks

A cupboard with a magic key: a brilliant and unique book based on an old idea – blurb to follow.
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4.4

The Boy in the Dress
David Walliams

I live in an ordinary house in an ordinary street in an ordinary town and go to an ordinary school. […]
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4.5

Mulan

The daughter and the warrior – blurb to follow.
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4.4

Utterly Me
Lauren Child

The hilarious opinions and observations of Clarice Bean – blurb to follow.
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3.9

Peter Pan
J M Barrie

Have you ever read a book as magical as Peter Pan?  Peter Pan takes Wendy, John and Michael on a […]
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4.8

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
L Frank Baum

The brilliant original story, from 1900, set in the Land of Oz – blurb to follow.
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4.9

One Thousand and One Nights
Traditional

Folk tales from the Middle East and Asia.   A young girl tells the tales to the king over 1001 […]
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3.6

Matilda
Roald Dahl

Matilda had always been different to her family.  At the age of one, she could write her name.   But […]
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4.9

The Diddakoi
Rumer Godden

Story of an orphaned gypsy living in the English countryside – blurb to follow
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3.5

Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy tales, beautiful and violent, filled with magic and horror – blurb to follow
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4.3

The Iron Man
Ted Hughes

Poet Laureate Ted Hughes’ extraordinary science fiction novel and modern fairy tale – blurb to follow
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4.3

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll

Have you ever fallen through a rabbit hole?  Seen a white rabbit in a waistcoat? Or even seen a cat’s […]
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4.9

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
J K Rowling

‘Harry Potter – you are a wizard.’  Harry Potter is just an ordinary boy, living with his ‘muggle’ auntie and […]
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4.6

Finn Family Moomintroll
Tove Jansson

Originally entitled The Magician’s Hat, one of the most popular of the brilliant and utterly unique Moomin books – blurb […]
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4.3

Asterix the Gaul
René Goscinny

Asterix lives in a small Gaul village, but when the Romans invade they find out that his village is not […]
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4.7

The Adventures of Tintin: The Castafiore Emerald
Hergé

When Bianca Castafiore makes an unexpected visit at Marlinspike Hall (Captain Haddock’s country house), her emerald goes missing and it’s […]
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4.1

The Wind in the Willows
Kenneth Grahame

Gentle, lyrical and humorous but also epic: the adventures of Ratty, Mole, Toad and Badger – blurb to follow
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4.1

Five on a Treasure Island
Enid Blyton

The first of 21 adventures for the Famous Five: Julian, Dick, Anne and Georgina (George) and their dog Timmy – blurb […]
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4.8

Little House in the Big Woods
Laura Ingalls Wilder

The first of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s series of books based on memories of her early childhood, which include the famous Little House […]
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4.5

Ottoline and the Yellow Cat
Chris Riddell

I really like the fact that animals can talk and the madness of Ottoline’s house . When I had a […]
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4

Hetty Feather
Jacqueline Wilson

Hetty is a fiery little girl, filled with adventure and sadness.  At a young age, Hetty is abandoned by her […]
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4.2

The Wind on the Moon
Eric Linklater

A tale of great hilarity and adventure.   This book has everything: girls turning into kangaroos, escape from evil villains, […]
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3.4

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