What would it be like to be as small as a mouse - or as big as a house? Imagine exploring the depths of the ocean, tunnelling underground or travelling to the future. You can be whatever you want to be in this wonderfully detailed celebration of the imagination. Go on... JUST IMAGINE!
If you could go anywhere, where would you go? Seaside, forest, volcano, city, desert, or outer space? Who would you like as a friend? A pirate, an alien, a fairy, a robot, or Father Christmas? And what would you do for fun? Go skiing, bungee-jumping, surfing, exploring, or sunbathing? Go on...YOU CHOOSE!
I´m Dan Hope, and deep inside my head I keep a list of things I want to come true. For example, I want my sister, Ninja Grace, to go to university at the North Pole and only come back once a year. I want to be the first eleven-year-old to land on the moon. .... And finally, the biggest dream of all, I want my dad to love me. 291 pages Age 9+
How to become the most powerful boy in the universe 1 - Leave cheese-and-pickled-egg sandwich in lunchbox for thirteen weeks. 2 - Open lunchbox to find that sandwich has turned into a time machine. 3 - Try to stop someone evil stealing the most powerful sandwich of all time and changing the history of the universe forever. 318 pages Age 9+
Hansel and Gretel are lost and starving in the deep, dark forest. Even stale bread and a scary stepmother would be better than endless trees. Then they spy a house made of chocolate and cake. Surely it´s too good to be true... Word Counter: 1200 - 2000
Business is booming for the shoemaker and his wife, until a rival seller steals their customers. With only one piece of leather left, the future looks glum. Then two elves arrive, on their own secret mission... Word Count: 1200 - 2000
Max is learning to be a sorcerer and can´t wait to try out some magic on his own. Left alone in the castle one day, he grabs his chance. And Max´s spell works very well - until he finds he can´t stop it. He is in a big trouble now... Word Count: 1200 -2000
It´s the world´s most popular treat, but where does chocolate come from? And why is it so delicious? Discover the bean behind each bar and follow its journey from the American rainforest to factories everywhere. Word Count: 1200-2000
Harry Hare loves running - and he loves talking about it too. When he suggests a race, nobody expects Tom Tortoise to take up the challenge. Does Tom really think he can beat the fastest hare in history? Word Count: 600-900
Take a tour of one of the most exciting cities in the world. This lively book is packed with information, detailed illustrations, and a stunning fold-out view of the River Thames. See castles, skyscrapers, beefeaters and dinosaurs. You might even spot the Queen. Age 4+