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  • The Sword of Sighs

    Greg James

    language (GJA Publications Ltd, Jan. 20, 2014)
    Sarah Bean lives a quiet life in Okeechobee, Florida until the day when she is transported from our world to the fantastic realm of Seythe.She meets a wayfaring wizard called Ossen who saves her from the dreaded black riders, servants of a being known only as the Fallen One. Together, they will have to undertake a treacherous journey to the far-away Fellhorn mountain where Sarah must find the one weapon that can save them from the black riders pursuing them - The Sword of Sighs.NB: This novel is recommended for mature young adults as it contains occasional bad language and occasional scenes of a graphic nature.The complete Age of the Flame trilogy is now available from the Kindle Store:The Sword of SighsThe Sceptre of StormsThe Stone of Sorrows"The Sword of Sighs is a fantasy novel with well paced action and compelling characters...This was an entertaining read and I am looking forward to the next one. " - Ann BoozeandBooks Review Blog"What a ride! What a journey!...Do I recommend this book? Heck yeah I do! If you want to dive into a fantastical and epic journey of good vs evil, then this book is for you." - Same DiNamics Book Review Blog"Interesting and exciting, it was enough to catch my attention all the way! You'll never be able to put the book down." - Girl in the Woods Review Blog
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf: with The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs

    Anna Award, Val Biro

    Paperback (Award Publications Ltd, May 14, 2014)
    Designed to build reading confidence, this series, features large, clear, simple text, reinforced by Val Biro's humorous illustrations. Each book contains two stories. For ages 4 and up. Features large type for easy reading.
  • Treasure Island

    Robert Louis Stevenson

    Hardcover (Award Publications Ltd, Aug. 25, 2013)
    When sea-dog Billy Bones dies mysteriously while lodging at the inn owned by Jim Hawkins' parents, the young boy's life is changed forever. Finding a treasure map in the old pirate's possessions, Jim sets sail on the Hispaniola and embarks on a thrilling and dangerous adventure in search of the lost booty. With its unforgettable characters - Benn Gunn, Blind Pew and Long John Silver - this is one of the worlds greatest adventure stories. Age 8+ Complete and unabridged.
  • Enid Blyton's Goodnight Stories for Children

    Enid Blyton

    Hardcover (Award Publications Ltd, )
  • Anne of Green Gables: For Ages 8 and Up

    Lucy Maud Montgomery

    Hardcover (Award Publications Ltd, Jan. 25, 2013)
    A collectable quality hardcover edition of one of the world's most popular and enduring stories. For age 8+.
  • The Water Babies

    Charles Kingsley, Anne Grahame Johnstone

    Hardcover (Award Publications Ltd, Jan. 25, 2013)
    Charles Kingsley's story of a boy chimney sweep is a children's classic. Sympathetically retold by Jane Carruth, the abridged text is complemented by Anne Grahame Johnstone's enchanting illustrations. Illustrated in full colour throughout, with a holographic foil cover.
  • Peter Pan and Wendy: An Award Classic Giftbook, Beautifully Illustrated and Adapted from the 1911 Edition for Ages 6 & Up

    James Matthew Barrie, Jm Barrie, Anne Grahame Johnstone

    Hardcover (Award Publications Ltd, Oct. 1, 2014)
    Traditional stories (Children's / Teenage)
  • Mr. Pizza

    J. F. Pandolfi

    eBook (L&A Publications, Aug. 3, 2018)
    Just about everyone makes a really off-the-wall decision at some point. Usually it’s no big deal. But if it ends up changing people’s lives. . .It’s 1973, and Tony Piza decides he needs a carefree year off after college—with pay.To the shock of his tight-knit family and closest friends, he postpones law school and talks his way into a job teaching sixth grade at a Catholic school in Staten Island, N. Y.A paid vacation if ever there was one! Yeah, right.Say hi to the Moby Dick of miscalculations. His pathetic effort is making him look bad, especially compared to the other sixth-grade instructor, Sister Theresa, an energetic young nun whose sunny disposition could have turned Attila the Hun into a daisy-picking philanthropist.It’s also crimping his efforts to enchant Colleen O’Brien, a stunning, straight-talking teacher who sees right through him.To make matters worse, his inability to curb his snarky and irreverent sense of humor antagonizes the powers-that-be: the alpha-male president of the school board, and the pastor who’s more interested in single malt scotch than saving souls.Does he have the ability—or the desire—to turn things around to try to save his job? And will he ever realize that his students deserve a lot more than they’ve been getting from him?Scroll to the top and get “Mr. Pizza” now. You’ll be glad you did.
  • CP18322 - Progressive Guitar Method for Young Beginners Book 1 - Book/Online Audio and Video

    Gary Turner and Andrew Scott, James Stewart

    Paperback (LTP Publications, )
  • Debbie Learns to Dance

    Gilbert Delahaye, Marcel Marlier

    Hardcover (Award Publications Ltd, )
  • The Swiss Family Robinson, For age 8+,

    Johann David Wyss

    Hardcover (Award Publications Ltd, Jan. 25, 2013)
    A collectable quality hardcover edition of one of the world's most popular and enduring stories. For age 8+.
  • Who's Hiding in the House: A Lift-The-Flap Book

    Christiane Gunzl

    Board book (Award Publications Ltd, Dec. 1, 2016)
    There are five flaps to play with, and lots of puppies, kittens, rabbits and guinea pigs to find and count inside the book. There's also a surprise mirror to discover on the last page!