Using puns, slapstick, and silly drawings, Arnold offers a second installment of this easy-to-read story about a boy and his fly. Features a holographic foil cover. Full color.
Fly Guy has met his match, and her name is Fly Girl. Fly Guy can do fancy flying. Fly Girl can do fancier flying. Fly Guy can eat gross stuff. Fly Girl can eat grosser stuff. Fly Guy can say his boy's name--Buzzzzzz! And Fly Girl can say her girl's name--Lizzzzzzz! Fly Guy is totally impressed, and tota ...Show more
Will Mrs Grinling will ever stop the greedy seagulls eating the lighthouse keeper's lunch? And will greedy Mr Grinling ever stop snacking? Find out in these two charming Lighthouse Keeper classics, now in one fantastic, B-format bind-up.
While at the pony club, Ellie and Rachel make friends with a beautiful black stallion they call 'Sir Bob'. Their imaginations run wild as they ride off on Sir Bob in search of romance, adventure and a milkshake blender. Ages 7+.
"Carly and Mai are determined to join the school soccer team and nobody can stop themespecially not the dreaded Hoover boys But when they arrive at their practice session without a ball, the Hoover boys get in on the act after all.
Carly and Mai are off to watch the Australian Open Tennis Championships. When they come face to face with the world champion Williams sisters, it's a dream come true. Ages 7+.
A paper round seems like the perfect way for Nick and Matt to earn extra pocket money. Nick and Matt think they do a great job, but their customers think otherwise - they're not happy! Ages 7-10
Josh sees himself as the world's best skateboarder until he takes one too many spills and Con takes over as the champion at the local skateboard competition. This title is suitable for ages 7-9.
Tom and Joey are enjoying a super skiing holiday until snowballs start flying in their direction. They manage to get away, but what is that dark shape behind the trees? Ages 7-10.