Making Peace, Fiona McCallum’s latest and tenth novel, opens just one year and six days after the cataclysmic accident that has ruined Hannah’s life.
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Heart-warming and funny, Milne’s masterpiece reflects the power of a child’s imagination like no other story before or since
“You’re the Best Bear in All the World” said Christopher Robin.
“Am I?” said Pooh hopefully.
Meet the world’s favourite bear in this delightful collection, in which Pooh gets into a tight place, nearly catches a woozle, and discovers the wrong sort of honey – amongst other things.
When Joe, Beth and Frannie climb up to the top of the Faraway Tree, they meet Silky, Moon-Face and the Saucepan Man. Their new friends show them an exciting secret – how to visit lots of strange and magical lands, where they have many thrilling adventures.
The Wishing-Chair takes them on some marvellous adventures – to a castle where they narrowly escape from a giant and rescue a pixie, to the Land of Dreams, and to a disappearing island! Be whisked away by this magical series – perfect for young readers aged 6-9.
A classic children’s book published in the 1960s…
The Triple Hoax is the 57th book in the series of Nancy Drew.
This is a fantastic children’s crime story from the world’s best-loved children’s author, Enid Blyton.
Fatty has discovered an amazing talent for disguise. He fools everyone with his French student act – even Mr Goon! But when Pip discovers a secret room in Milton House, the children decide to investigate…What will they discover in The Mystery of the Secret Room?
Tim by Colleen McCullough:
Mary Horton is content with her comfortable, solitary existence . . . until she meets Tim.
A beautiful young man with the mind of a child — a gentle outcast in a cruel, unbending world — he illuminates the darkness of Mary’s days with his boyish innocence. And he will shatter the lonely, middle-aged spinster’s respectable, ordered life with a forbidden promise of a very special love.
Mary and Tim could not have been more different. Their only chance of happiness lay in creating a world of their own.
Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay:
One of Australia’s greatest mysteries, and a haunting work of fiction
‘Don’t worry about us, Mam’selle dear,’ smiled Miranda. ‘We shall only be gone a very little while.’
In 1900, a class of young women from an exclusive private school go on an excursion to the isolated Hanging Rock, deep in the Australian bush. The excursion ends in tragedy when three girls and a teacher mysteriously vanish after climbing the rock. Only one girl returns, with no memory of what has become of the others…
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