TSSK 3 years +3 years +
Make no bones about it, this is a not-so-scary book that finds Ten Spooky Skeletons helping children learn how to count!
- RRP £10.99
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From Garry Parsons, the illustrator of the Dinosaur that Pooped... books, it has a Funnybones feel as a lonely skeleton heads on an incredible skelly-journey to find some new friends. The peek-through cut-outs give readers a hint of what's to come on the next page as, one by one, his friends gradually increase as he sets sail on a pirate ship, joins a circus, goes ice skating and does much more.
Rhyming text, cool illustrations and a theme that's just right for Halloween, we know your children will love this. Oh, and on the final page there's a glow-in-the-dark fright to delight!
A heartbreaking memoir from Paul and Coral Jones, April tells the story of the shocking abduction and murder of their beloved five-year-old daughter, April.
- RRP £16.99
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Throughout the ordeal, Paul Jones kept a diary of his thoughts and feelings and this book reveals them for the first time - portraying a searingly honest account of unimaginable emotional pain. Both parents speak of their love for their daughter, their feelings during the search and the draining ordeal of facing paedophile Mark Bridge in court during the trial in which he was convicted of her murder and abduction.
The entire nation was shocked by April's disappearance from Machynllech, Wales in October 2012 in shocking circumstances that sparked the biggest police search in UK history. This harrowing book tells of the heartbreak her parents faced throughout this horrific period.
Following a glorious career that took in spells at Manchester United, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain, as well as captaining England for 58 of his record-breaking (for an outfield player) 115 caps, this is David Beckham's story in his own words.
- RRP £25.00
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Beautifully illustrated with 150 of his favourite images throughout, the book covers everything from his emergence as one of 'Fergie's Fledglings' that won the Premier League and FA Cup double in 1996 to the dark days of his World Cup red card in 1998 and then how he changed the public perception of him by captaining the national team's qualification to many major tournaments.
Becks also discusses his role in the Treble-winning United team of 1999 and his achievements in Spain, how he helped change the Americans' love of soccer and his stints in Italy and France.
AN0370 6 years +6 years +
Talk to the hand... and it might just talk back!
- RRP £9.99
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This futuristic set contains four robot hand puppets that children can make themselves (with adult supervision, of course). A great way to not only help children unleash their creativity but also develop their cognitive and hand-eye coordination skills, these will quickly become new friends and be used time and time again during playtime.
Full instructions are included and all you need is a little glue to put them together.
Contains small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.
Dimensions: 320mm x 235mm x 10mm
CN0722 3 years +3 years +
Children will love counting down to the big day with this fun-filled advent calendar. Far healthier than chocolate, behind every window is a cool eraser - many are festive and some are amazing animals or other favourite objects.
- RRP £6.99
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Every morning your children will look forward to discover what comes next as they find a fantastic eraser behind each window. This is a brilliant gift for children who are excitedly counting down to the big day.
There's even a big (double) surprise for 25 December!
Ages 3 plus
Size 290 x 240mm
Empress Josephine's family has been called to Napoleon's court for the terrible news that he intends to divorce his barren wife of thirteen years and take a younger bride.
- RRP £12.99
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For Josephine's daughter Hortense, this means she is free to leave her husband (Napoleon's brother), having given the Bonapartes three heirs. As she looks for love, she must support her mother through the terrible grief of Napoleon's betrayal.
For Napoleon's new wife, it is a terrible duty she must take on in her father's name and she can find nothing in common with her new husband. An unlikely friendship with Hortense brings her much comfort in this time of unhappiness.
But Napoleon's sister, Pauline, believes it is yet another woman stealing her brother's attention and affection. Having spent years attempting to control his power and influence, she must fight harder and dirtier if she is to win...
Michelle Moran's dazzling The Second Empress is packed with the drama of love, betrayal, romance and period detail and is sure to appeal to fans of both historical fiction and romance.