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CHERRYTREE BOOKS CHILDREN’S CATALOGUE 2020/21


How do we jump-start children’s interest? Solu&on: reading has to be fun and engaging.

So in the following pages you will find engaging books in a variety of styles with gripping age-appropriate content, with high interest subjects and genres at accessible reading levels. From incredibly powerful non-fic&on to rib&ckling stories there really is something here for every child.

Many series have been created by literacy experts (oDen with the help and guidance of NASEN). We think of them as the best examples of &tles to get the aJen&on of even the most reluctant child reader hooked on a consistent basis.

Cherrytree has a superb range of &tles to cater for a wide spectrum of reading abili&es: from reluctant readers to confident readers - all suitable for children from 5 - 18 years of age. You’ll find fantas&c books to improve learning for fun, literacy, and to ignite a love of reading.

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Great Speeches The Magician of Auschwitz The Promise Hana’s Suitcase/Wars That Changed The World Documen&ng The Past/Wars That Changed The World Events & Outcomes/Dates With History Shakespeare For Everyone Dockside Readers Into The Past eBooks/Britain Through The Ages eBooks/When We Were Young/Great Rivers eBooks My Faith/Like Me Like You/Young Scien&sts Inves&gate Young Heroes/Mystery Mob Jags/Young Anglia Books Young Anglia Books Into The Past eBooks/Britain Through The Ages eBooks/Great Speeches/Great Rivers eBooks Extraordinary Files/Dangerous Games/MaJ Merton Mysteries/Shadows Vampires Inc/All Star High/Space Hoppers/Magic Mates

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GREAT SPEECHES

History has already judged their words and deeds significant, Great Speeches will help readers understand why 32 pages KS3 £6.99 Paperbacks

- Significant speeches are valuable tools for teaching History and English in upper primary/early secondary school - Each book includes the full text of one or more speeches, plus numerous photographs, in an engaging, colourful format -Readers benefit from a text introduc]on that puts the speech in its historical context and highlights key features of the address

Lincoln: 9781741649901 Mandela: 9781741649925 ML King: 9781741649987 Obama: 9781741649949 Malala: 9781741649994 Emma: 9781760201555


"A moving Holocaust story for younger readers about a young boy sent to Auschwitz and befriended by a magician...A poignant, inspiring story of friendship, hope and survival.”

The Magician of Auschwitz Kathy Kacer Illustrated by Gillian Newland 9781842349596 32 page 279x216mm Paperback Original £8.99 Reading age: 7+ Rights: UK and Europe Once there was a renowned magician called Nivelli, who performed before packed audiences in the grandest theaters of Berlin. Night a`er night, his fans applauded and called out for more astonishing feats of magic. "Bravo!" they would shout, as Nivelli bowed low with a great flourish. But that was in a different, happier ]me, before the Jews of Europe were rounded up and sent to concentra]on camps. This is the true story of a young boy on the inside of Auschwitz, whose life is changed by the ac]ons of a prisoner who performs magic for the guards and who the boy later learns was the famous Nivelli

Published January 2020 to coincide with the 75th Anniversary of the Libera&on of Auschwitz

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It is never easy reading a book about the Holocaust, especially one targeted specifically for young readers...The challenge for any writer telling children about this horrific ]me is balance... truth without all the terrifying details. Kathy Kacer rises to this challenge and knows how important it is that children learn about this tragic ]me in history. She manages the daun]ng task to not glorify, sensa]onalize or sugarcoat all the facts...Kacer proves that you can talk to young people about serious and sad issues...In fact, educators can use books like this as an entry point to discuss what life might have been like for young people at this ]me and use it as a opportunity and a vehicle to draw upon current events for other examples of situa]ons today that threaten the well-being of other ethnic groups. "Infused with hope and a message about human capacity for good in the face of evil."--Publishers Weekly

"The dark brooding illustra&ons aptly evoke the darkness and inhumanity of the seong. The only spots of colour are the red in the playing cards and the Nazi arm bands. This is an excellent tale to teach children about the horrors of the Holocaust.”

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A heartwarming liUle tale with a simple message about love - that it never fails during difficult Wmes.

The Promise

Pnina Bat Zvi Margie Wolfe Illustrated by Isabelle Cardinal 9781842349519 32 page 219x230mm Paperback Original £8.99 Reading age: 7+ Rights: UK and Europe

Published December 2019 to coincide with the 75th Anniversary of the Libera&on of Auschwitz in 2020

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The night that Rachel and Toby's parents are taken away by the Nazis, they give their daughters three gold coins. "Use these wisely to help save your lives," they tell them. They also ask the girls to promise that they will always stay together. This compelling true story follows the girls as they confront the daily horrors of Auschwitz, protec]ng one another, sharing memories, fears and even laughter. Always together. But when Rachel becomes ill and is taken away by Nazi guards, likely forever, Toby risks her life to use the well-hidden gold coins to rescue her liJle sister. 4 “My children and I really liked this story of love between two sisters. The bravery Toby showed in searching for and rescuing Rachel is heartwarming. I am amazed that true stories are s>ll being told from World War II. The illustra>ons give you a feel for the atmosphere in the concentra>on camps; they are mostly gray, with only a touch of colour here and there”.


“I have been deeply moved. Highly recommended” Rabbi Lionel Blue In March 2000, a suitcase arrived at a children's Holocaust education centre in Tokyo. It belonged to an orphan girl called Hana Brady. Everyone was desperate to discover the story of Hana. Who was she? What had happened to her?

This is her true story Paperback £7.99 ISBN: 9781842348413 126 pages. Black & White Photographs Rights: UK and Europe

“I couldn't put this book down from the moment I opened the first page. Two and a half hours later, book finished, I surfaced! It is fascina>ng and gripping. If you are interested in reading true life stories about holocaust vic>ms, this book is a must. It is also inspira>onal in showing how to make the holocaust events meaningful to a new genera>on”. 5 Amazon Review

A mul&-award winning book with more than 20 interna&onal prizes From the foreword by Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu:

"How extraordinary that this humble suitcase has enabled children all over the world to learn through Hana's story the terrible history of what happened and that it con>nues to urge them to heed the warnings of history."

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The authorised Biography The newspaper the Nazi’s couldn’t silence 9780237539245 £5.99 97802357531591 £5.99

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Hana’s Suitcase Large Format illustrated Anniversary Edi&on with 60 extra pages £7.99 Hardback 176 pages £14.99 New Paperback ISBN: 9781926920368 Rights: UK and Europe


DOCUMENTING THE PAST THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1939-45

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All the books in this series are fully illustrated with maps, photographs and contemporary pictures.

FORMAT: 290 x 220mm paperback. £11.99 64 pages. Age 11 – 18 KS3-4 New Rights: World

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Takes a fresh look at history by using documents as the star&ng point for studying major events or periods in the past. This work draws on a range of sources, from diaries and leJers to speeches and legal documents. It explores the poli&cal situa&on that provided the breeding ground for world shaping events 6 “These are interes>ngly selected books and well presented but the student is not expected to work through lengthy difficult texts. Their significance is well explained in accessible modern language. The book is likely to fascinate a KS3 pupil but will be a valuable research source for KS4 history students.” School Librarian

WWI: 9781842349557 WWII: 9781842349564 Slavery: 9781842349533 Scien]sts: 9781842349540

WARS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD

Christine Hatt

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FORMAT: 205 x 205mm, paperback 32Pages £7.99 Age 9 upwards RIGHTS: World

These books offer a fresh look at history’s most momentous wars: their causes, ac]ons and effects. Provides easy to read, yet insighqul, outlines of the causes, progress and a`ermath of each war. Full colour Illustra]ons, maps and diagrams.


This book surveys the great industrial transformation of century Britain. What eighteenthwas the Industrial Revolution’s impac domestic and intern t on both ational scenes? Whom did it benefit? This considers the natur title e and significance of revolutions in indus and transport, and try, power considers the forma tion of an indus and the reform and trial working class self-help movements that arose from it. It looks struggle between at the reformism, the vested interests of capita laissez-faire of gover l and the nment. What really was the ‘Industrial Revolution’? Events and Outcomes present a two-part investigation of a major significant era in world event or history. The books provide: • Detailed narrative, drawing on original sources, pictures and • Analysis of the imme photographs diate significance of events and their place bigger picture in the • Examination of the consequences of these events, tracing their just for contemporar impact not ies, but for the gener ations that follow • Comprehensive glossa ry, index and timeli ne About the author Nigel Smith has taught history at secondary level for over twenty degree in history and years. He has a master has written over twenty s texts for young people. About the consultant Eric Hopkins was a professor of social history at the Univer author of a numbe sity of Birmingham. He r of books about industr is the ialisation and its conseq uences. Also available:

This is an excellent book on slavery which s>ll goes on to this day. Highly recommended. 5 Star Amazon review

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Each &tle in this series presents a two-part inves&ga&on of a major event or significant era in world history. A detailed narra&ve provides an analysis of the immediate significance of events, and their place in the bigger picture, going on to examine the consequences of these events and their impact both on contemporaries and the genera&ons that have followed.

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Easy To Read Shakespeare

Perfect for the New Curriculum requirement for children to have read two Shakespeare plays between the ages of 11 and 14

Paperback £7.99 32 Pages Age: 10+ Rights: World

The opening chapter of each ]tle describes how the play fits into his body of Shakespeare’s work. The text is supported by quotes from the original plays, plus character profiles that help with understanding the themes of the play Each ]le contains a biography of Shakespeare and explores the historical context of his ]mes. Accompanied by wonderful illustra]ons showing key events in the plot or par]cular character traits. The ideal introduc]on, revision aid or easy access for anyone studying Shakespeare

“Look out for >tles in this accessible series of Shakespeare’s plays. The books have lively introduc>ons which place the play in it’s seQng, poli>cally, historically and culturally. An ideal way of introducing readers to Shakespeare’s works, the >tles also provide a valuable revision source.” The Parents Guide

Interest level: 10 to 15 years Reading Age: 9 to 10 years

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“I believe that the main strength of the Dockside scheme is that it is structured but allows for flexibility. There is a mul>tude of ways in which as a teacher, you can suit the books and resources to your own needs”.

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Revitalise AR reading in your school with Dockside. Using age-appropriate storylines and artwork, whilst taking things back to basics. Dockside provides a unique access to Hilo Accelerated Reader leveled texts for Upper Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 pupils who have not yet learned to read at a level where they can properly access the curriculum. Dockside provides an alternative to using resources aimed at much younger children. The everyday world settings and strong characters help to re-engage older learners in the reading process, embedding skills that they failed to gain when they were younger. Winner of the ERA award for Special Educational Needs resource of the year, Dockside is also ideal for pupils for whom English is not their first language. Accelerated Reader Levels Stages 3 to 6 Level 3 – 20 titles 0.8 to 2.0 Level 4 – 10 titles 1.6 to 2.0 Level 5 – 10 titles 2.1 to 2.5 Level 6 – 10 titles 2.6 to 3.4 Dockside Extra’s – 11 titles 1.5 to 3.0

PB’s £3.99 to £4.25 Rights: UK


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Ci]es: 9781842349175 Explorers: 9781842349168 ebooks. £6.99 48 pages. Age 10 – 16 KS2-3 Rights: World

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This series provides a fascina]ng insight into the history of the Bri]sh Isles. Designed specifically to meet the emphasis on Bri]sh History in the new curriculum, each book is b e a u ] f u l l y i l l u s t r a t e d w i t h photographs, maps and diagrams. As well as containing a glossary and index, each ]tle also includes special features such as quotes from writers of the ]me and boxes on the historical deriva]on of language s]ll used today.

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BRITAIN THROUGH THE AGES ebooks

ebooks. £6.99 32 pages. Age 10 – 16 KS2-3 Anglo-Saxons: 9781842349212 Celts: 9781842349229 Rights: World Roman Britain: 9781842349205

Home Life ebook: 9781842349076 School Life ebook: 9781842349083 Shopping ebook: 97818423409090 War]me Childhood ebook: 9781842349069 32 pages £6.99

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SCHOOL LIFE IN THE 1940s AND 50s

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In School Life in the 1940s and 50s, Anne Richardson tells us what life was like at school. Find out about her lessons, and how she coped with 50 children in her class. Learn about the games she played at break time, and what she ate for her school dinners!

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What was it like to grow up in the middle of the twentieth century? When I Was Young introduces you to real people who tell you all about their childhoods. Real life stories, photographs and memories bring the past to life!

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THENILE a journey along some of the world’s great rivers

THEAMAZON a journey along some of the world’s great rivers

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What was it like to grow up in the middle of the twentieth century? When I Was Young introduces you to real people who tell you all about their childhoods. Real life stories, photogr aphs and memories bring the past to life! In A Wartime Childhood Angela Downey tells us about growing up in South London during World War Two. Find out about gas masks, bomb shelters, and how she was evacuated to the country side. How did everyone celebrate when the war finally ended?

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An imagina]ve series that focuses on the history of great discoveries, showing how archaeologists and historians gather clues and piece together evidence to give us a picture of how people once lived and how civilisa]ons developed

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‘We all had gas masks.’ The war started in Europe in 1939. We were all given rubber gas masks in case poison gas was dropped from aeroplanes. Children’s gas masks were made in bright colours to make them less frightening.

Some of our neighbours built Anderson bomb shelters like this in their gardens, but we sheltered in Clapham Common underground station.

It was very dangerous living in London. Air-raid sirens made a terrible wailing noise when the enemy planes were coming to drop bombs. You had to find shelter quickly.

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GREAT RIVERS ebooks Wonderfully illustrated with colour photographs, detailed maps and fact boxes, each ]tle describes how the river was formed and its history, as well as its geographical features and natural habitats. Also discussed are pollu]on and environmental issues, tourism, the inhabitants surrounding it, and what lies in the future for each river. Amazon: 9781842349199 Nile: 9781842349182


£6.99 paperbacks 32 pages Age: 5 - 9 Rights: World

MY FAITH My Faith ]tles introduce the young reader to the basic beliefs and rituals of main world religions. The author and photographer have followed the life of young children as they prac]se their faith with their family. Sensi]ve ques]ons about the religion are posed by other children, which allows for accurate and clear responses. Special care has been taken to include a contents page and glossary. A clever dual text technique combines running text with speech bubbles drawing in both the less confident and the confident reader. An ideal introduc]on for young children to different faiths.

Hindu: 9781842347386 Muslim: 9781842347393 Jewish: 9781842347409 Sikh: 9781842347379 Like Me Like You

LIKE ME LIKE YOU

is a posi]ve and sensi]ve series wriJen in the first person, which shows real children with a par]cular illness or disability during a typical day as they go to school, play with friends and join in different ac]vi]es.

Price: £6.99 paperbacks Format: 250x250mm Extent: 32pp Rights: World

YOUNG SCIENTISTS INVESTIGATE

Luke: 9780237539283 Sam: 9780237538613 Zack: 9780237538613 This science series takes an inves]ga]ve approach to science 11 featuring a range of easy-to-follow ac]vi]es that provide Price: £7.99 ‘hands-on’ experience. A ‘recipe’ style narra]ve and bright Format: 210x145mm, PB clear photographs make this a clear and accessible Extent: 32pp introduc]on to some of the most important and Rights: World fundamental concepts of science.

Electricity: 9781842347317 Light & Colour: 9781842347331 Forces & movement: 9781842347355 Sound & Music: 9781842347362


Powerful ac&on books with great boy and girl appeal

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Interest age: 9 to 14+ years Reading age: 9 to 10 years Book Band: Lime Full Colour PB: £6.99 Rights: World Ex USA and Australia

The Young Heroes series is ideal for reluctant readers aged 9 to 14 with a reading age of 9 to 10 years and will create a link between reading enjoyment and reading success. Each book follows the structure of a simple novel, with characters, plot, sewng, complica]on and resolu]on similar to those found in novels wriJen at a higher level. Since each of the nine books has a different set of characters and a standalone plot, they can be read in any order.

Mystery Mob

The stories promote an interest in reading by focusing on ac]on and excitement They encompass a range of heroic acts and are wriJen in dynamic everyday language Each text is well supported by illustra]ons that reinforce and expand 12 the author’s meaning

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The Mystery Mob series has been wriJen specially to appeal to boys and to develop reading enjoyment and reading stamina. Each book follows the story of a gang of six adventurous (some]mes too adventurous!) boys as they get into scrapes and unravel mysterious happenings. The unin]mida]ng format and friendly design help mo]vate boys to pick up a book and con]nue reading through the whole series.

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A SERIES OF SHORT CHAPTER FICTION FOR RELUCTANT BOY Roger Hurn READERS. 48 pages Paperback £5.99 Book Band: Turquoise Rights: World ex USA and Illustrated by Australia

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Engage your readers with these stories of The Chudley Park Jaguars football team It's not easy being captain of The Jags - especially when your team-mates are also your best mates! What could be beJer for encouraging children who are reluctant to read, than a series of football-focused fic]on by foo]e-mad Tom WaJ? The Jags books feature short, bite-sized chapters telling the story of the ups and downs of a junior football team.

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Told in an amusing and slightly irreverent style that children will love, this series will grab even the most reluctant boy reader and allow them to gain confidence and start reading for pleasure. Interest age: 7-14+ Reading age: 7-8. Book

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ANGLIA YOUNG BOOKS Historical Fic&on

9781871173925 £5.99 9781871173772 £5.99 9781871173963 £5.99 9781871173635 £5.99 9781871173208 £5.99 9781871173956 £5.99 9781871173062 £5.99 64pp Fenland Story 64p Indus Valley Story 64pp Ancient Greece 64pp Roman Britain 64pp Ancient Egypt 64pp Ancient Greece 64pp Tudor Story

9781871173765 £5.99 9781904936091 £6.99 9781871173031 £5.99 9781871173079 £5.99 9781871173970 £5.99 9781871173949 £5.99 9781871173987 £5.99 64pp Victorian Story 96pp Victorian Story 64pp Victorian Story 64pp East Anglia Story 72pp East Anglia Story 56pp East Anglia Story 64pp East Anglia Story

9781871173666 £5.99 9781871173987 £5.99 9781904936084 £6.99 9781871173932 £5.99 9781871173710 £5.99 9781871173703 £5.99 9781871173628 £5.99 64pp WW II Story 216pp WWII Story 64pp WWII Story 56pp John Logie Baird 56pp Isambard K Brunel 56pp H Nelson Story 56pp WWII Story


The Extraordinary Files series follows Parker and Turnbull through sixteen supernatural assignments that

combine an absorbing storyline. The books are all wriJen and edited to suit pupils aged from 10 to 14 years who have a reading age of 7 to 8 years. Each book includes reading comprehension ques]ons, a glossary and an ‘about the author’ sec]on. Storylines capture the imagina]on of even the most reluctant reader. Streetwise texts help readers to develop their higher-order literacy and language skills. WriJen to support struggling readers with a par]cular focus on dialogue. Book band: Gold

Paperback £6.99 48 Pages Rights: UK

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The Dangerous Games series features exci]ng adventure-story plotlines in a graphic-novel style that will hook

the reader from the outset and ensure they don’t put the book down un]l the very last page. The series is set in a computer games company and each book sees the three main characters design and develop a computer game which they then enter for real - encountering exci]ng and some]mes deadly situa]ons! Interest age: 9-14 Reading age: 7-8 Book Bands: Purple, While, Gold, Lime

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The MaJ Merton Mysteries is a series of science fic]on books created to inspire and mo]vate reluctant older readers. Each book centres around MaJ Merton, one man figh]ng for answers and his survival in the a`ermath of an alien invasion! With fast-moving narra]ve, gripping storylines and drama]c images, each book offers a worthwhile read and guarantees to hook even the most reluctant reader! Paperback £5.99 48 Pages Interest age: 10 to 14+ years Reading age: 7 to 8 years Book band: Turquoise Rights UK

Shadows is a gripping adventure series supported by clear yet atmospheric black and white illustra]ons. With a minimum of text on each page, the drama]c stories have been wriJen to encourage children who are struggling readers, mo]va]ng them to pick up a book and start reading. The books are printed on cream paper to support dyslexic readers. Each story follows MaJ Merton who works for The Firm, his job is to kill the enemy - the aliens among us…

AR Levels 2.2 to 2.5 Interest age: 10 to 14+ years Reading age: 6 to 7 years Book band: Orange


VAMPIRES INC is a series spine-&ngling stories aimed at reluctant older readers. Vampires Inc.

follows John an author and Rose a vampire hunter who keep order in Brighton, a beachfront city with a secret. John Logan may write books about the supernatural, but he doesn't believe in it. Rose Petal is a vampire hunter who knows only too well what’s really out there on the mean streets aDer dark!

Interest age: 10-14 Reading age: 7-8 Book band: Gold Paperback £4.99 48 Pages Rights: UK AR Levels 3.6 to 4.3 and Europe

Superstars in the making! All Star High is the coolest school in England, where pupils are so desperate to attend they audition for a place! Wannabe actors, singers and dancers attend the school in the hope that they will become the next big thing. But super-stardom isn’t as simple to achieve as some pupils think, as they are put through their paces by teachers and face tough competition from classmates…

10 books to chose from – aimed at children aged 10+ Ideal for fans of High School Musical, The X Factor and Got To Dance AR Levels Great girl and boy appeal Paperback £4.99 48 Pages 3.2 to 3.9 Book Band: Purple Rights: UK and Europe

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48 pages Paperback £4.99

AR Level 3.5 to 3.6

Interest age: 7 to 12 + Reading age: 7 to 8 Book band: Turquoise Rights: UK and Europe

AR Levels 2.9 to 3.2

The Magic Mates series has been wriJen specially to appeal to girls and to engage and mo]vate reading. The bite-sized chapter stories focus on a group of six best friends having fun and doing what girls do best! The unin]mida]ng format and friendly design help mo]vate girls to pick up a book and enjoy reading. A non-fic]on sec]on at the back of the book features quizzes, jokes and fun facts so you can find out more about the Magic Mates and their secrets!


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