Category: Picture Books
Full of mystery and adventure, the stories of the Egyptian pharaohs and their ancient gods are steeped in thousands of years of history. From the creation myth to the curse of Tutankhamen and the fall of Cleopatra, Marcia Williams' classic comic strip retellings bring new life to the myths and wonders o ...Show more
Rick lives on a farm with his mum and his grandfather. They're a normal family except for one thing: Rick and his grandpa are engaged in a constant battle of practical jokes. Whether dyeing the milk green, putting the clocks forward, short-sheeting the beds or using whoopee cushions in church, they each ...Show more
Zaney is very small for his age and the brunt of many a joke from his mates. So when Zaney sees a strange ad for real body parts, he decides to buy an eye to make him taller. How can an eye make him taller? And when the eye arrives, it is more than anyone expected. Ages 9-12.
Category: Fiction (8 to 12 years)
Mahtab was hollow. Empty, as if her flesh and blood, her energy, that kept her breathing and running, thinking and talking, was gone. Nothing was in its place. She was hungry. Hungry for water, for her father, for her grandmother, her aunts and uncles, for the trees in the back yard, the cabinet on th ...Show more
Centuria -- a planet full of new technology and fascinating inventions. A great place for Jesse to spend his two hundred and ?fty space credits he's brought with him from Earth. But when he rescues human-like robot boy, Michael, Jesse must go deep into the Farlands around the city. Will he be able to he ...Show more
It's a jungle out there and Daks and his mates are in for an unexpected adventure at camp. Camp Trib is legendary. Daks is finally there after years of waiting. But so are two wildlife smugglers. Who should Daks and his mates be more afraid of? The smugglers? Or the wildlife?
Category: Fiction (8 to 12 years) | Reading Level: From 8 To 12
Amelia Dee lives in a house on Marburg Street, with a rare Peacock Lamp outside her bedroom door. Her father is an inventor, her mother is a sculptor, and the enigmatic L K Vishwanath practises yoga in her garden. Amelia herself has a lively curiosity and a talent for writing. Intrigued by Mr Vishwanath ...Show more
Category: Picture Books
This is the story of the famous king of Camelot and his 50 brave knights, told in a lively comic-strip style. It is written with the same blend of action, humour and detailed illustrations as 'Greek Myths' and the author's many other classic retellings.