At the Wolf's Table is the internationally bestselling novel based on the untold true story of the women conscripted to be Hitler's food tasters, from author Rose Postorino. "They called it the Wolfsschanze, the Wolf's Lair. 'Wolf' was his nickname. As hapless as Little Red Riding Hood, I had ended up ...Show more
Category: 9-12 Years Middle Readers | Reading Level: 8
Hailed as "the heir to Roald Dahl" by The Spectator, the UK's #1 bestselling children's author, David Walliams, will have fans of Jeff Kinney and Rachel Renee Russell in stitches. Walliams brings his signature humour to this raucous tale of prison breaks and heists gone wrong in Bad Dad. Frank's dad wa ...Show more
Category: Board Books
This llama-themed touch-and-feel book is perfect for young children, with a funny rhyme that explains how to correctly charm a llama! Children will love watching the colour change as they interact with the two-way sequins on every spread.
RUBY RED SHOES LOVES TO LEARN - AND TO SHARE. LET RUBY WELCOME YOU INTO HER WORLD AND SEE HOW SHE SPENDS HER DAYS. The jolliest time of my whole day is when I hear it's time to play! As Ruby shares the fun and busyness of her life, this book looks at key times in a day and in a subtle way highlights the ...Show more
Category: True Crime
'I heard you paint houses' are the first words Jimmy Hoffa ever spoke to Frank 'the Irishman' Sheeran. To paint a house is to kill a man. The paint is the blood that splatters on the wall and floors. In the course of nearly five years of recorded interviews Frank Sheeran confessed to Charles Brandt that ...Show more
The second book in the wickedly funny new series for ages six and up from the creator of Where Bear?, Pass It On and the Pom Pom series, with colour illustrations throughout.
From the author of the critically acclaimed bestseller The Ruin comes a compulsive new crime thriller featuring DS Cormac Reilly. Being brilliant has never been this dangerous ... When Dr Emma Sweeney stumbles across the victim of a hit and run outside Galway University late one evening, she calls her p ...Show more
Do you ever think about the structure and arrangement of what you say and write? And why it's said and written like that and not some other how? Has anyone ever asked you to catch a red big ball? No. Because in English we would say 'big red ball'. Why is that? After the success of her bestselling The Au ...Show more
A poignant, bright and elegiac work of illustrated nonfiction by one of Australia’s most revered comics makers. When One Person Dies The Whole World Is Over is a quietly enthralling and intimate work about the search for meaning in the everyday, and what it might mean to belong. A record of a year ...Show more
Explore Quebec City, visit le d'Orleans or, if you're there in the cooler months, stop by the Quebec Winter Carnival. From top 10 festivals and events to the top 10 outdoor activities, this easy-to-use travel guide is packed with information to help you discover the very best of Montreal and Quebec City ...Show more
When it comes to the trials and triumphs of becoming a grown up, journalist Dolly Alderton has seen and tried it all. In her memoir, she vividly recounts falling in love, wrestling with self-sabotage, finding a job, throwing a socially disastrous Rod-Stewart themed house party, getting drunk, getting du ...Show more
Category: Royalty | Reading Level: 3
Who was the real Wallis: an opportunistic American social climber, a master manipulator or the true love of Edward's life? Amid the cacophony of condemnation her story has become obfuscated. Untitled is an intimate biography of one of the most misunderstood women in British royal history. His charisma a ...Show more