A New York Times bestsellerThe wolf star, brightest of all in the summer sky, shines over my home ground. Alone and starving, Swift must make a choice: stay and try to eke out a desperate life on the borders of his old hunting grounds, or strike out and find a new place to call home.
The seventh in a fantastic series of animal stories for younger readers by Waterstones Children's Book Prize-shortlisted author Helen Peters, with beautiful black-and-white illustrations by Ellie Snowdon.
Jasmine and Tom are amazed to spot a baby otter alone on the riverbank. When the little cub is swept downstream, they risk everything to rescue her. But where is her family? Can Jasmine and Tom find Pebble's home before it's too late?
It's summer time and Alice and Secret are going on a Pony Club trip to France.
A perfect pony story from the author of the much-loved The Palomino Pony series.
Look out for more Alice and Secret stories:
A New Beginning
A Friend In Need
A Dream Come True
The second title in a fantastic series of animal stories for younger readers by Waterstones Children's Book Prize-shortlisted author Helen Peters, with beautiful black-and-white illustrations by Ellie Snowdon.
When a nesting duck is killed in a terrible accident, Jasmine and her best friend Tom rescue the eggs and try to hatch them in an incubator. It's a risky business but soon Button is running around, getting into scrapes. Until the day he gets into a scrape with no escape...
Sweet-natured Adeline Porcupine is feeling a little left out because all the other animals are cautious because of her sharp quills--but with a little help from Arnie Armadillo she joins in the play and makes friends.
Hal and Roger Hunt are on the trail of a vicious man-eating leopard. Yet they are also being hunted themselves, by a merciless band of killers known as the Leopard Society. Can they trust their own tracker, Joro, despite knowing that he has pledged to lead them to their deaths?
Based on Chapman's highly successful "The 5 Love Languages," this entertaining and playful story teaches young readers that they each have a primary love language that when "spoken" by others, shows love to them. Full color.