Theodore Boone
by John Grisham
Best-selling American author, John Grisham has written his first book for children with this tale of Theodore Boone, a 13-year-old who can't wait until he can become a lawyer.
Listen to Catherine's recommendation
Life: An Exploded Diagram
by Mal Peet
Listen to Catherine's recommendation
Stan and Mabel
by Jason Chapman
A dog and a cat, fed up with life in their block of flats, decide to follow a neighbour to Europe to hear her play in a music competition. Along the way they meet other animals who can play musical instruments and together they form an orchestra to appear at the competition themselves.
Cosmic
by Frank Cottrell Boyce
A group of children win a prize to go on a trip into space - but this is no theme park ride...
Millions
by Frank Cottrell Boyce
A family's dilemmas when they discover they have stumbled across millions of pounds.
There's a girl in the boy's bathroom
by Louis Sacher
Bradley tells lies and his teachers refer him to a counsellor to deal with his behaviour problems.
That's Life, Lily
by Valerie Dayre
Disgruntled Lily imagines life without her parents, but what is real and what's not in her account of that summer?
Magical Moon Cat: Moonbeams and the Dream Cafe
by Annie Dalton
Feel good, fun and magical story for girls
Ghost Knight
by Cornelia Funke
A beautifully illustrated but very sinister ghost story for children set around Salisbury Cathedral, published in October.
Daylight Saving
by Edward Hogan
A ghost story with 'issues' set at a woodland holiday complex.

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