Today the Dino Diggers are building a petrol station for Mr Dei Nonychus, but disaster strikes when the town bridge collapses due to a storm. Time to call the Dino Diggers to the rescue! The third book in a new series for fans of dinosaurs and diggers, with a fantastic free slot-together novelty included in every book. Collect the whole series for hours of dino fun! For fans of Amazing Machines and Dylan's Amazing Dinosaurs.
Titchy-witch thinks flying is easy-breezy. But when she sets off on her first solo flight, she finds that riding a broomstick is much harder than it looks! Don't miss the rest of the Titchy-witch series, now reissued in a smart new livery.
Sir Lance-a-Little is the bravest, cleverest knight in all the whole kingdom of Notalot - or so he likes to think ...Now available in paperback, a fantastic new series for younger readers from the creators of Titchy Witch. All Sir Lance-a-Little really wants is to defeat his Number One enemy, the dragon Huffalot. But something always seems to get in the way - whether it's his pesky cousin Princess Plum or a Big Bad Wolf! Featuring a delightful cast of fairy-tale characters, these hilarious stories from a much-loved author will charm children and parents alike. Illustrated in full colour throughout and designed with beginner readers in mind. Read all the Sir Lance-a-Little books: Sir Lance-a-Little and the Big Bad Wolf Sir Lance-a-Little and the Three Angry Bears Sir Lance-a-Little and the Most Annoying Fairy Sir Lance-a-Little and the Terribly Ugly Troll Sir Lance-a-Little and the Very Wicked Witch Sir Lance-a-Little and the Ginormous Giant
Titchy-witch has a wobbly fang, but it won't come out on its own. So she decides to give it a little bit of help...using magic! Don't miss the rest of the Titchy-witch series, now reissued in a smart new livery.
When Titchy-witch's mum has the witchy-flu, Cat-a-bogus makes a big pot of Get-Better Soup. But Titchy-witch thinks a Get-Better Spell will do more good! Don't miss the rest of the Titchy-witch series, now reissued in a smart new livery.
All children grow up, all except one. The magical story of Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, has captivated generations of children. Rose Impey's sensitive adaptation of the story makes it accessible to younger children, while retaining the spirit of the original J. M. Barrie text. Ian Beck's enchanting illustrations superbly bring to life this much-loved fantasy - a valuable addition to every child's bookshelf.
Titchy-witch is desperate to be a pirate in the class production of Peter Pan, but there's no way her teacher will let her now that she's in trouble again. With the help of a little bit of magic, Titchy-witch manages to charm her teacher - a little too well! Can Titchy-witch find a way to reverse the spell and score her dream role?