Scholastic


  • Edie Evans is sick of being treated like a kid. And she doesn't,
    repeat, doesn't need a babysitter! And then along comes the strange,
    the shy, the captivating Alice B. Lovely. But is she too good
    to be true?


  • Bursting with energy and exuberance, FINTAN FEDORA is a delightfully
    silly page-turner.

    In the deepest, darkest jungle grows something of such immense value
    that men will do ANYTHING to get their hands on it: the elusive
    and delicious chocoplum! Well-meaning but hapless Fintan Fedora
    is determined to prove to his father, owner of the Fedora Fancy
    Food Company, that he will one day be good enough to take over the
    family business - so he sets out to find the rare chocoplum before
    anyone else. Little does Fintan know that there are two totally
    incompetent kidnappers on his tail, as well as an evil business
    mogul who wants the chocoplum for himself...

  • Anglais Katie's Big Match

    Webb Holly


    TRIPLETS is a much-loved series from a bestselling author, Holly
    Webb, rejacketed for a new generation of fans.

    Katie's been selected for the school girls' football team, and she's
    over the moon! If only Dad could be here to see her make it to
    the league final... But then disaster strikes...

  • Anglais Flaming Olympics

    Coleman Michael


    What was the perilous pig chase?
    Which sport includes the 'naked strangle'?
    How did Tarzan become a gold medal winner?

    Find out in this illuminating guide to the games. With 300 quiz questions
    on every Olympic event, it's guaranteed to keep you guessing,
    right up until the closing ceremony!

  • Anglais The Slimy Stuarts

    Deary Terry


    Readers can discover all the foul facts about the SLIMY STUARTS,
    including why some slimy Stuarts ate toads, snails and fleas, which
    king picked his nose and never washed his hands and why people
    wore fish on their feet (bleeugh!). With a bold, accessible new
    look and a heap of extra-horrible bits, these bestselling titles
    are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary
    fans.


  • There's a new girl in class at Knight's Haddon, and she isn't like
    anyone the other girls have ever met before. Janet is cool and
    confident, so Edie is thrilled when they become friends - and when
    her friendship with Anastasia becomes rocky, Janet is there for
    her. But when a mischief begins to unfold, Edie begins to wonder
    who she can trust - and suddenly events take a dangerous turn ...

  • Anglais The Whisper

    Clayton Emma


    Mika and Ellie have the ability to hear thoughts. Their mission:
    listening in on the mind of evil Mal Gorman, who's determined to
    use an age-resisting serum to stay forever young. Forced to play
    along with his plans, the telepathic twins may be the only people
    able to release his brainwashed army of children.
    That's when they begin to hear
    The Whisper, which tells them they should be fighting fire with
    fire. This could mean revolution . or war.


  • One hundred and twenty-two began. Only sixty-four remain.

    Tella's made it through the first terrains of the Brimstone Bleed
    - but the contest isn't over yet. If she wants to save her brother,
    she must face oceans and icy mountains, all for the chance of
    winning the Cure.

    And even if Tella survives these deadly places, the greatest threat
    will still be her fellow Contenders - even the ones she trusts
    the most ...

  • Anglais The Roar

    Clayton Emma


    Twelve-year old twins, Mika and Ellie, live in a future behind a
    wall - safe from the plague animals beyond. Or so they've been told.

    But when one of them disappears, and the other takes part in a sinister
    virtual reality game, they begin to discover their concrete
    world is built on lies. As they go in search of the truth, and
    a strange sound in their heads grows to a roar, they find out that
    children and the planet have never mattered more.


  • With suspicion mounting that the killer in Marsh Bay is in fact a
    police officer, Charley's flashes take a different turn. Not only
    is Charley seeing the murder of Kerry Underwood in her mind, she's
    also receiving a series of haunting text messages from her.
    Can Kerry lead Charley to the killer from beyond the grave?

  • Anglais The Big Wish

    Robshaw Brandon


    Eleven-year-old Sam has a problem. Well, quite a few problems. So
    when he sees a shooting star, he naturally wishes on it - for a
    million wishes. Of course, he doesn't expect the wish to come true,
    but somehow it does.

    Sam has fun experimenting with wishes - he can change anything he
    wants. But then he discovers that changing stuff has consequences
    he hadn't anticipated. And what's the point of doing anything,
    if you can just wish for it and make it happen?

  • Anglais If You Were Me

    Hepburn Sam


    Not long after Aliya's family escapes Afghanistan for Britain, her
    brother is accused of a bomb attack. Aliya is sure of his innocence,
    but when plumber's son Dan finds a gun in their bathroom, what's
    she to think?

    Dan has his own reasons for staying silent: he's worried the gun
    might have something to do with his dad. Thrown together by chance,
    they set out to uncover a tangled and twisted truth.

  • Anglais The Sound of Whales

    Thomson Kerr


    Three children are spending their summer on a wild Scottish island.
    Fraser is desperate for adventure; Hayley is fed up she's even
    there; while Dunny spends his days staring out to sea. He hasn't
    said a word in years.

    But everything changes with the discovery of two bodies on the beach:
    a whale and a man. Fraser and Hayley see a mystery-adventure
    to be solved, but Dunny is inconsolable. And in the end, it will
    /> take someone who listens to the sea to put it right.

  • Anglais Hook's Daughter

    Schulz Heidi


    It's not easy being the daughter of Captain Hook. Twelve-year-old
    Jocelyn dreams of following in his footsteps - but her grandfather
    sends her to finishing school instead.

    When her father meets his unfortunate end, Jocelyn sails to Neverland
    to avenge his death. But she hadn't bargained on ticking crocodiles,
    lazy pirates and a trouble-making boy called Peter Pan.

  • Anglais The Honest Truth

    Gemeinhart Dan


    Mark's like any other thirteen-year-old. He loves his dog, taking
    photos and hiking - but he also has cancer.

    When his illness returns, Mark decides he's had enough of hospital.
    With his small dog Beau, he sets out to climb a mountain - and
    he's not going to give up until he's done it.


  • Risking his reputation and career, Detective Constable Tom Henson
    takes Charley to the scene of Kerry Underwood's death. Charley is
    still convinced that what she has seen in her flashes proves that
    Kerry's death was no accident but the work of a serial killer.
    ** Part Three released 5th June **

  • Anglais Never Say Die

    Tinkler David


    It's 1942, and Hitler has invaded Britain.
    Twelve-year-old farm boy Benedict Flint has imagined standing up
    to the Nazis ever since his father was killed and his mother taken
    away.
    His chance comes when he rescues top-secret information from a dying
    British agent - then suddenly, he's Firebrand Flint, an accidental
    real-life hero who, together with best friend Alfie, joins
    the British Resistance, determined to restore the exiled teen Queen
    Elizabeth.

  • Anglais Vendetta

    Doyle Catherine


    When five brothers move into the
    abandoned mansion next door,
    Sophie Gracewell's life changes
    forever. Irresistibly drawn to bad
    boy Nic, Sophie finds
    herself falling into an underworld
    governed by powerful families.
    When Sophie's own family
    skeletons come to life, she must
    choose between two warring
    dynasties - the one she was born
    /> into, and the one she is falling in
    love with. When she does, blood
    will spill and hearts will break ...

  • Anglais The Castle

    Bennett Sophia


    Peta Jones is an ordinary girl
    struggling with the loss of her
    father, an army hero who died in
    mysterious circumstances.

    When she receives clues that
    he may still be alive, but noone
    believes her, she embarks on a
    dangerous rescue across the
    crystal-clear waters of the
    Mediterranean to a clifftop castle,
    home to a billionaire in exile.

    Soon Peta discovers that what
    some people will do for money,
    she will do for truth and hope.

  • Anglais Winter's Bullet

    Osborne William


    Tygo, a locksmith's son, is forced by the Nazis to loot abandoned
    Dutch homes for valuables. Known as 'the Ferret', he's despised
    by everyone, but it's the only way he can keep his family alive.
    But when he discovers a girl with a diamond in a chimney, he refuses
    to give her up. Instead he turns spy and trades the jewel for
    information about Hitler's ultimate weapon. Can a ferret become
    a hero? He has one shot to stop the war.

  • Anglais Head Over Heart

    Victor Colette


    Zeyneb is like any other thirteen-year-old British girl, juggling
    the
    demands of her social life, school
    work and family. But as a Muslim girl attracted to a non-Muslim boy
    she has more difficult choices - and one very big decision.
    Now a woman in the eyes of her religion, she must decide if she will
    wear a headscarf. Zeyneb wants to make the right choice, not
    just for her family or friends, but for herself.

  • Anglais A Dark Inheritance

    D'Lacey Chris


    Michael Malone's life has not
    been the same since his father
    disappeared three years ago.
    Determined to find him,
    Michael gets unwittingly drawn
    into supernatural organisation
    UNICORNE, who claim to have
    vital information for his quest.
    But they want something in
    return. Something that is hidden
    in Michael's very bones .

  • Anglais Water Born

    Ward Rachel


    Nicola's dad has been terrified
    around water for as long as she
    can remember, and will never
    come to watch her swim. But
    then Nicola starts to hear a voice
    in the pool which changes
    everything.
    When girls start drowning,
    who's to blame? What secrets
    lurk beneath the surface?


  • Charley has flashes in her mind, psychic snapshots of terrifying
    events. After the death of her best friend, Charley's flashes become
    more intense as she sees images of the murder of a teenage girl.
    But how will Charley ever convince Tom Henson, the new detective
    in the town of Marsh Bay, to believe she can help him solve the
    case?
    ** Part Two released 1st May **

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