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New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean brings Pete the Cat's world to life under the sea in this new I Can Read book. Pete the Cat is going scuba diving! Before he hits the water, Captain Joe tells him about all the sea creatures he can encounter, and Pete is super excited to see a seahorse. But when he is suited up and swimming around, he has to search high and low to find the little guy. In this aquatic adventure, Pete makes a new friend and gets a big surprise! Pete the Cat: Scuba-Cat is a My First I Can Read Book, which means it's perfect for shared reading with a child. New readers will love the easy-to-read format and groovy illustrations in Pete the Cat's first I Can Read underwater journey!
When she hurts her paw on the fourth day of the race, Akiak can no
longer compete in the Iditarod?the famed dogsledding race through
1,151 miles of Alaskan terrain. Her musher has no choice but to
leave her behind. The rules say once a dog is dropped from the
race, it may not rejoin the team. But ten-year-old lead dog Akiak
doesn't know the rules, and nothing will stop her from catching up
to her team. Akiak has never won the race before. Will she be able
to help her team win this time?
Fun-loving, mischievous Fox from Fox and the Jumping Contest is back in this charming and hilarious tale of friendship, adventure-and snacks. It's the day of the animals' annual bike ride, and Fox is not excited. Every year it's the same old, same old. Fox wants adventure. He wants action-adventure. He wants danger-action-adventure! (And snacks too, of course.) So he secretly schemes to make this the most unforgettable trip ever-and his friends are coming along, whether they want to or not!
Readers can join Terry Triceratops and Dino FC for more fresh and funny football antics, in this illustrated series with prehistoric twist!
Stephen Satlow is an eight-year-old boy living in Brooklyn, New York, which means he only cares about one thing-the Dodgers. Steve and his father spend hours reading the sports pages and listening to games on the radio. Aside from an occasional run-in with his teacher, life is pretty simple for Steve.
But then Steve hears a rumor that an African American family is moving to his all-Jewish neighborhood. It's 1948 and some of his neighbors are against it. Steve knows this is wrong. His hero, Jackie...
Grace doesn't love middle school. Everyone seems far too obsessed with who's wearing what and how much it costs. But at Ms Marianne's Academy of Dance, Grace's tap dance skills take centre stage. Unfortunately, when a mean girl from school joins the dance team, Grace's safe haven is no longer so secure...
Jada isn't thrilled to leave her old life in Philadelphia, USA, behind. Not only is she saying goodbye to her school and her friends, she also has to leave her dance team. Jada lives for ballet, and thankfully, she finds a way to keep dancing at Ms Marianne's Academy of Dance. But when an injury threatens to sideline Jada before the big competition, she has to find a way to overcome her anxiety and her injury or risk letting down her new team.
This exciting coming of age story follows a boy from a tower block as he joins a premier league football academy. When Jackson's granddad is taken to hospital, Jackson's football suffers. When he looses his temper on the pitch, he puts his position on United's team at risk. Join Jackson as he struggles with the trials of football and family. Bloomsbury High Low books encourage and support reading practice by providing gripping, age-appropriate stories for struggling and reluctant readers, those with dyslexia, or those with English as an additional language. Printed on tinted paper and with a dyslexia friendly font and illustrations, The Football Trials is aimed at readers aged 12+ and has a manageable length (80 pages) and reading age (9+). Produced in association with reading experts at Catch Up, a charity which aims to address underachievement caused by literacy and numeracy difficulties.
Fourteen-year-old 'model pupil' Davidde (his parents had trouble spelling) lives with his dad after his mother died. His father does his best, but when a new headteacher starts at his South Wales valleys school, Davidde is unfairly labelled a troublemaker. To the horror of his teachers, Davidde finds a new passion for mortorcycle scrambling. At last he is able to take on the school bullies, earning himself the longed-for respect of his father, not to mention the mysterious Black Rider. But when his determination to succeed leads him to betray the trust of those closest to him, events threaten to overwhelm Davidde...
Get inside the mind of the Green Ranger in this brand-new adventure from the Power Rangers.
When danger threatens the small town of Angel Grove, five ordinary teenagers must become extraordinary. This original Power Rangers story follows Tommy and the rest of the crew as they battle Rita Repulsa from destroying their world.
Get inside the mind of the Yellow Ranger in this brand-new adventure from the Power Rangers.
When danger threatens the small town of Angel Grove, five ordinary teenagers must become extraordinary. This original Power Rangers story follows Trini and the rest of the crew as they battle evil forces from destroying their world.
Frankie and his team love playing football. There's always time for a game. And now that they have their magical football they're playing against teams they never imagined! While on holiday at a summer camp, Frankie, Charlie, Louise and Max the dog are transported to a prehistoric land of dinosaurs. Can they reunite a baby pterodactyl with its mum, and avoid being eaten by a hungry T-Rex? The friends will need to use all their football skills to get home in one piece!
Llama United has gone from strength to strength after their first Cup win, gaining fame and fortune along the way. Sadly the England football team is not having the same success and, with the World Cup looming, their manager is desperate to find a magic ingredient to beat their bitter rivals.
Friends (and llama managers) Tim and Cairo have just that ingredient and agree to loan some of Llama United's top players. But not everything is plain sailing and, with Cairo strangely distracted by the rival team, and the llamas having trouble settling in, Tim has his work cut out for him. It seems not everybody wants to support the team with an impossible dream . . .
Llamas Go Large is the second hilarious Llama United book from Scott Allen, full of football funnies and laugh-a-minute llamas, illustrated by Sarah Horne.
Join Girls FC as they show the world what it really means to play "like a girl"! "My name's Lucy Skidmore and I love football. But my brother Harry has been awful since our parents split up - and now he's even getting in the way of football practice..." The under eleven girls' football league is well underway and Lucy Skidmore is her team's best defender. But since her parents' divorce, her brother Harry is acting out. Lucy overcompensates by trying to please both parents all the time; but with a dad living miles away, a mum stressed out and a sulky brother to contend with, she's feeling the pressure. This is the third in a twelve-book series about women's football, with each charmingly-written book focusing on a different member of the football team and a different issue - all building up to the final book, which explores the future of the team as the original Girls FC moves on to secondary school. "This book ... will encourage girls to get involved in sport from an early age." -Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson on Girls FC 1
A powerful novel about friendship, basketball, and one teen's mission to create a better life for his family in the tradition of Jason Reynolds, Matt de la Pena, and Walter Dean Myers.
Bunny and Nasir have been best friends forever, but when Bunny accepts an athletic scholarship across town, Nasir feels betrayed. While Bunny tries to fit in with his new, privileged peers, Nasir spends more time with his cousin, Wallace, who is being evicted. Nasir can't help but wonder why the neighborhood is falling over itself to help Bunny when Wallace is in trouble.
When Wallace makes a bet against Bunny, Nasir is faced with an impossible decision--maybe a dangerous one. Told from alternating perspectives, After the Shot Drops is a heart-pounding story about the responsibilities of great talent and the importance of compassion
The first in a fantastically fun, magical cycling adventure series from Sir Chris Hoy. Fergus Hamilton is a boy with a big imagination. Living with his mum and grandad and his dog, Chimp, he dreams of a state-of-the-art Sullivan Swift and becoming the most brilliant boy cyclist in the world. So when he gets a rusty second-hand bike for his ninth birthday he can't help feeling a bit disappointed. But then he discovers something amazing when he takes it for a ride. . . Written with award-winning author Joanna Nadin, with fantastic illustrations from Clare Elsom. "Champion cyclist Chris Hoy breathes his passion for cycling into this entertaining and imaginative adventure about an ordinary boy and his big cycling dreams." The Guardian
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