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Matilda is the world’s most famous bookworm, no thanks to her ghastly parents.
Her father thinks she’s a little scab. Her mother spends all afternoon playing bingo.
And her headmistress, Miss Trunchbull?
She’s the worst of all.
She’s a big bully, who thinks all her pupils are rotten and locks them in the dreaded Chokey.
Despite these beastly grownups trying to push her down, Matilda is an extraordinary girl with a magical mind.
And she’s had enough.
So all the terrible adults had better watch out, because she’s going to teach them a lesson they’ll never forget!
Half boy. Half God. ALL Hero.
Look, I didn’t want to be a half-blood. I never asked to be the son of a Greek God.
I was just a normal kid, going to school, playing basketball, skateboarding. The usual. Until I accidentally vaporized my maths teacher. Now I spend my time battling monsters and generally trying to stay alive.
This is the one where Zeus, God of the Sky, thinks I’ve stolen his lightning bolt – and making Zeus angry is a very bad idea.
Humza Khan is the greatest eleven-year-old rapper Eggington has ever known: he is Little Badman and soon everyone will know his name.
The problem is, school has got really weird: one by one, all the teachers are disappearing and suspicious aunties are taking over. It isn’t so bad though, Humza can still record his first song and the aunties are very generous with snacks.
But when they start to mess with his music, Humza has to get to the bottom of what’s going on. With the help of his friends Umer and Wendy, Humza must hunt for the truth. Can he stop the aunties before they carry out their evil plan?
Charlie McGuffin has an incredible secret . . .
He can change into animals. All sorts of animals: a flea, a pigeon, even a rhino.
Trouble is, he can’t decide when – it only happens when he gets worried. And right now, Charlie has quite a lot to worry about:
· His brother (who is in hospital)
· His parents (who are panicking about it)
· And the school bully (who has Charlie in his sights)
And even though every kid wants a superhero power, Charlie isn’t keen on changing into a chicken in the middle of the school play.
So with the help of his three best friends, Charlie needs to find a way of dealing with his crazy new power – and fast!
My mummy looks normal, like any other mummy . . . but she’s not. Because she can turn into a fairy. All she has to do is stamp her feet three times, clap her hands, wiggle her bottom and say ‘Marshmallow’ . . . and POOF! She’s Mummy Fairy.
Ella’s family has a big secret – her mummy is a fairy! But sometimes Mummy Fairy’s magic goes wrong, and it’s up to Ella to help… In this third book of adventures about Mummy Fairy and Ella, you’ll find flying cars, enchanted ballet shoes, a unicorn in the kitchen, and Ella’s very own magical wardrobe.
The world has been hearing about Greg Heffley’s middle-school years for thirteen Diary of a Wimpy Kid books… and counting.
But now it’s time for readers to hear from his best friend, Rowley Jefferson, in a journal of his own!
Rowley has written his own story of life in middle-school- but he’s also agreed to play the role of biographer for Greg along the way.
(After all, one day Greg will be rich and famous, and everyone will need to know his life’s story.)
But, it will soon become clear that Rowley is a poor choice for the job, and Greg’s biography is less a future masterpiece, and more a hilarious mess.
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