YOUNGER READERS

Two funny books for readers who like short chapters and a few black-and white drawings.       GHOST ON TOAST  A friendly ghost who likes burnt toast? 

PLASTIC CITY     The All-Bull, No Beef Burger bar?

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THE BIGGEST BOAST

 This is for readers who don't like too many words and like lots of drawings. Kids who boast can be a real pain - but there's a reason for it!

(Random House)

LUCKY LAST LUKE is always last to class, last on the bus, last for lunch - but there are some good things about being last.                        

THE MYSTERY OF THE TALKING TAIL

Fancy finding a talking tail on the way to school, a tail that says rude things to the teacher, like 'Jump under a bus!' Why is this tail so naughty? Or is it just lonely and looking for some love and attention?    (LONGMAN)

MEATBALL"S GOOD DOG DAY is about a naughty dog and a nice family. Meatball nearly drives them nuts at the beach while he is enjoying his good dog day eating rotten prawns, playing ball and chasing seagulls.      (RANDOM HOUSE)

For all ages is the very funny book COOL CHRISSIE but you need to be able to read fairly well as there aren't many pictures.        (RANDOM HOUSE)

OUT IN FEBRUARY 2006:

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