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  • Hank Zipzer Collection 10 Books Collection Set Pack Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver, Niagara Falls - Or Does It? I Got a "D" in Salami Day of the Iguana The Zippity Zinger The Night I Flunked My Field Trip Holy Enchilada!

    Henry Winkler And Lin Oliver

    Paperback (Walker Books, March 15, 2012)
    Title In This Collection:- Niagara Falls - Or Does It? I Got a "D" in Salami Day of the Iguana The Zippity Zinger The Night I Flunked My Field Trip Holy Enchilada! Help! Somebody Get Me Out of Fourth Grade! Summer School! What Genius Thought That Up? Summer School! What Genius Thought Up That? My Secret Life as a Ping-Pong Wizard My Dog''s a Scaredy-Cat
  • On The Come Up

    Angie Thomas

    Paperback (Walker Books, June 5, 2018)
    BRAND NEW, Exactly same ISBN as listed, Please double check ISBN carefully before ordering.
  • Lusus Naturae: A Dark Days Club Novella

    Alison Goodman

    eBook (Walker Books, July 28, 2017)
    Experience Lord Carlston and Lady Helen's first meeting from Lord Carlston's point of view in this compelling novella, a companion to The Dark Days Club.Combining Jane Austen's high society and Cassandra Clare's supernatural underworld, Alison Goodman's Lady Helen trilogy will delight fans of historical fiction and fantasy. Now readers can enjoy an exclusive insight into Lord Carlston's world and his initial perceptions of much-loved heroine Lady Helen in this novella. London, April 1812. Lord Carlston, a man of dubious reputation and infuriating manners, has recently returned from the Continent. He is in London to assess whether Lady Helen Wrexhall has inherited her mother's Reclaimer abilities, which would mark her as a protector of society. These abilities would also take Lady Helen from the glittering ballrooms and bright lights of her first Season into a world of demonic creatures and deadly power. Not the usual aspirations for a young lady in Regency society...Perfect for longstanding fans and readers new to the series, the novella also includes a chapter from The Dark Days Club, so you can experience the same scene from Lady Helen's point of view.
  • The Wolf's Story

    Toby Forward, Izhar Cohen

    Paperback (Walker Books Ltd, Aug. 7, 2006)
    Recounted in the voice of a New York wheeler-dealer, this funny version of the "Little Red Riding Hood" is retold from a fresh perspective - the Wolf's! Featuring humorous revelations and surprises, we see, as the story unfolds, how a series of misunderstandings and accidents lead to his vilification.
  • Julian Is a Mermaid

    Jessica Love

    Paperback (Walker Books, Feb. 7, 2019)
    A glimpse of three women dressed as mermaids leaves one boy filled with wonder and ready to dazzle the world."Every choice Jessica Love makes imbues the story with charm, tenderness and humor" New York TImes Book ReviewWhile riding the subway home with his Nana one day, Julian notices three women spectacularly dressed up. Their hair billows in brilliant hues, their dresses end in fishtails, and their joy fills the train carriage. When Julian gets home, daydreaming of the magic he’s seen, all he can think about is dressing up just like the ladies and making his own fabulous mermaid costume. But what will Nana think about the mess he makes – and even more importantly – what will she think about how Julian sees himself?
  • Madame Badobedah

    Sophie Dahl, Lauren O'Hara

    Hardcover (Walker Books US, April 7, 2020)
    Who is Madame Badobedah? Mabel sets out to prove that an eccentric new hotel guest is really a supervillain in this witty storybook about an intergenerational friendship.There’s a strange new guest at the Mermaid Hotel — a very old lady with a growly voice, bags stuffed with jewelry and coins and curiosities, and a beady-eyed pet tortoise. Mabel, whose parents run the hotel, is suspicious. Who is this “Madame Badobedah” (it rhymes with "Oo la la") who has come to stay indefinitely and never has any visitors? To find out, Mabel puts on her spy costume and observes the new guest. Conclusion? She must be a secret supervillain hiding out from the law. The grown-ups think Madame Badobedah is a bit rude — and sad — but when she invites “dahlink” Mabel for a cup of forbidden tea and a game of pirates, the two begin a series of imaginary adventures together, and Mabel realizes that first impressions can sometimes be very wrong. Conjuring two quirky heroines that young readers will love, Sophie Dahl adds her talented voice to a grand tradition of books that celebrate the alliance of the old and young in the face of humdrum adults, while Lauren O’Hara’s illustrations are as packed with intriguing details as Madame Badobedah’s suitcases.
  • Shaun the Sheep Movie: The Book of the Film

    Martin Howard

    Paperback (Walker Books Ltd, Jan. 1, 2015)
    Shaun the Sheep Movie The Book of the Film
  • There Are No Cats In This Book

    Viviane Schwarz

    Hardcover (Walker Books Ltd, )
  • Guess How Much I Love You

    Sam McBratney, Anita Jeram

    Pop-Up (Walker Books Ltd, )
  • Hank Zipzer The World's Greatest Underachiever 10 Book Slipcase Collection

    Henry Winkler, Lin Oliver

    Paperback (Walker Books, March 15, 2019)
    Hank Zipzer Story Book Collection 10 Books Written by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver, Hank Zipzer is inspired by Henry Winkler's own upbringing. Titles in this set includes Niagara Falls - Or Does It?, I Got a "D" in Salami, Day of the Iguana, The Zippity Zinger, The Night I Flunked My Field Trip, Holy Enchilada!, Help! Somebody Get Me Out of Fourth Grade!, Summer School! What Genius Thought That Up?, My Secret Life as a Ping-Pong Wizard and My Dog''s a Scaredy-Cat.
  • Friends

    Helen Oxenbury

    Board book (Walker Books Ltd, )
  • The Big Big Sea

    Martin Waddell

    Paperback (Walker Books Ltd, March 15, 2009)
    This is a beautiful reissue of a timeless classic. A child and her mother walk in the moonlight beside the sea. This night will become a memory as luminous and enduring as the moon itself. With unforgettable silver-washed images and gentle, flowing words, "The Big Big Sea" portrays a bond between parent and child that makes even the dark sea safe and serene. It is from the winner of the 2004 Hans Christian Andersen Medal!