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What Willow KnewFrom $1.95
Sarah Jane Lucky Carter is a big-boned, smart-mouthed sixteen-year-old. Willow Moonstone, Sarahs legal guardian for the past five years, has vanished without a trace. The police believe she's been murdered. Willow always said "They were after her because of What She Knew". Sarah and her friends thought it was all some paranoid fantasy left over from the 60s. Except that Willow is missing now. That's no fantasy. Sarah's estranged father comes to take her home to live with his new family but she has no interest whatsoever in playing Brady Bunch . All she wants is to get Willow back so they can go home. Then, out of the blue, a fierce stranger from Willow's past turns up on Sarah's doorstep bearing Willow's diary from her radical student days in the late 1960s. Sarah becomes convinced the diary holds the clues to Willow's disappearance, so she immerses herself in her aunt's diary and her life. As the weeks pass with no news of Willow, Sarah begins to panic. Time is running out and Willow's trail is growing cold. Is she the only one who can't accept the truth? Is Willow really dead? About the Author June Colbert came to Australia from the UK at the age of six. She obtained a BA and Dip. Ed. at Sydney University and became a secondary school teacher of English, French and Music. In addition to writing books, June also tutors in literacy and English, and has a passion for encouraging young people to discover enjoyment in reading. June's first story was published in the NSW School Magazine in 2001 and since then she has written The King of Large , The Last Boy , What Willow Knew .
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Nature Up Close is a fascinating series of non-fiction books for children, with detailed information on animals and nature Up Close.Titles in This Series include: Bees Up CloseCorn Up CloseOwls Up CloseSpiders Up CloseSunflowers Up CloseTurtles Up Close
Pix and MeFrom $1.95
Andy's botanist father is sent to Singapore just before the Japanese invasion in 1942 to collect botanical specimens, and unable to collect them in the high jungle trees, he gets a trained monkey to help him. Pix becomes Andy's pet and companion. When his parents are dragged from their house by the Japanese military secret police, Andy flees into the jungle with Pix, who finds food for him. He is terrified and desperate, and only his love for Pix keeps him going. Things change when he meets Emmeline, an Australian girl around his own age who has fled with her amah after her parents were killed. The amah is unwell and lying under a tree and Andy soon realises that she is dead. From this point the children face a huge number of problems in their attempts to survive, at first even to get along together, and to escape the military. Despite their plight, the story has many funny moments, most featuring Pix, who is a wonderfully appealing character. Pix and Me is based on a true story. About the Author Born and educated in New Zealand, Carol Ching first came to Australia in her early twenties, where she worked for the Sydney radio station, 2GB, typing radio drama scripts and working as a receptionist. She returned to New Zealand where she worked as a copywriter in advertising, eventually becoming Creative Director at a local agency. Carol is now a writer of books for children and adults. One of her pleasures in writing for children is to explore the way they overcome problems without the aid of adults and how their relationship with animals can help them. Her children's novel, Operation Lighthouse (Walker Books), revolves around the relationship of two children and their pets facing life-threatening problems. This book has been chosen frequently by children to be read at book clubs, and Carol is regularly invited to talk to schools and children's re
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Ever had a dream - a dream to win? Michael had a dream - to be the world's greatest Olympic athlete ever. This is the story of Michael's early years and his break through into the US Olympic swimming squad.About the Author Roy Apps is the author of more than fifty children's books, including The Twitches, Fang Gang and How To Handle. He is the author of the highly successful Dream to Win series for Franklin Watts.
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The Toon Treasury of Classic Children's Comics is an unprecedented collection of the greatest comics for children, artfully compiled by two of the best-known creators in publishing and the field of comics - Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly. This treasury created for young readers focuses on comic books, not strips, and contains humorous stories that range from a single-page to eight or even twenty-two pages, each complete and self-contained. The comics have been culled from the Golden Age of comic books, roughly the 1940s through the early 1960s, and feature the best examples of works by such renowned artists and writers as Carl Barks, John Stanley, Sheldon Mayer, Walt Kelly, Basil Wolverton, and George Carlson, among many, many others. Organising the book into five categories (Hey, Kids ; Funny Animals; Fantasy land; Story Time; and Wacky & Weird), Spiegelman and Mouly use their expertise in the area of comics to frame each category with an introductory essay, and provide brief biographies of the artists. The Toon Treasury of Classic Children's Comics is essential reading for kids of all ages.About the Editors Francoise Mouly is a French artist and designer. Together with Art Spiegelman she edited the comics anthology Raw from 1980 to 1991 . Mouly is also the publisher of Toon Books, a line of hardcover comics for young readers. Art Spiegelman is an American comics writer, artist and editor best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel memoir, Maus.
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With uncomplicated designs, eye catching images and simple text filled with interesting facts, DK's new First Facts series will excite and delight young children while answering the age old questions "who?" "what?" "when?" "where?" and "why?" Meet the farmer, learn about the animals, find out about the crops, and watch the tractor! Bite-sized facts and stunning photographs make First Facts a perfect springboard to introducing children to the exciting world around them. Little ones will love learning all about what happens on the farm in this exciting new book!
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Pushka is a beautifully crafted and atmospheric story.From the creator of Miki, comes a brand new and captivating character - Pushka, a little clown. Pushka is fast asleep in his bed on the circus train. Little does he know that he is about to topple out... amongst the enchanted trees. Scared, Pushka runs away through the night until he sees the most beautiful dancing girl. She says not a word, but she beckons him to her, luring Pushka into the arms of a HUNGRY GIANT! Will Pushka ever make it back to the circus.With all the elements of a fairy tale - an enchanted wood, a trapped heroine, a terrifying giant, a sprinkling of magic, kindness from animals and a love story.About the AuthorStephen is a fine artist and has been doing commercial work since 1989. In his first year he was published by Paperchase in the UK and for the Terrence Higgins Trust. His work was then sold by the poster company The Art Group in shops such as Ikea and Habitat. From 1991 onwards, card ranges featuring Stephen's work were sold to Harrods, Selfridges and other exclusive stores. By the early nineties, Stephen's cards were sold in 50 countries worldwide, including virtually every country in Europe. Miki was read on CBeebies Bedtime Hour by David Tennant and Miki and the Moon Blossom was read by Patrick Stewart. Miki the theatre production is currently touring in the UK.