Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve in Tiger Trouble by Grant Goodman

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IMG_5897Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve in Tiger Trouble by Grant Goodman, paperback novel, 188 pages, published in 2015.

Ninja Steve lives in Ninjastoria, where everyone wears masks and ghosts are real. He is an average student that keeps getting compared to his genius older sister. Apart from his swordsmanship, he really isn’t living up to her standards! In another land, Agent Darcy is a student at the Bureau of Sneakery, where she is one of the top students. When Agent Darcy and her rival, Agent Serena, are sent on a student exchange to Ninjastoria, they have to work together to complete their mission. They pull Ninja Steve and his best friend, Samurai Sam, into their game, getting them all into serious trouble. Will they be able to make things right?

A book that combines ninjas and spies, of course my expectations were high, and I have not been disappointed! Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve in Tiger Trouble is funny, action packed and engaging. The story was easy to read, flowing nicely between the two perspectives of Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve. I read the whole book in one day, as I couldn’t sleep without knowing what happened, so I got up and finished reading it! The action sequences were exciting, and I enjoyed learning about the world that has been created for the story. The Maze of Mirrors sounds horrible, but I wouldn’t mind a Field of Tall Purple Grass (as long as there are no snakes of course). I also enjoyed the puns throughout the story, gave me plenty of giggles.

I really liked Ninja Steve and Agent Darcy. Even though they are still young, Darcy and Steve are able to show maturity and dedication in their professions when required. They are kind, loyal and willing to help others. At first, I didn’t like Ninja Nora or Agent Serena much, but they grew on me through the story. Serena and Nora are quite similar, both are very clever and good at their jobs, but with that comes a lot of arrogance. Serena taunts Darcy and Nora is rather mean to Steve at times, but when trouble arrives, both girls show fierce loyalty towards their companions.

This book is suitable for middle primary school to lower high school students. I believe it is only the first in an upcoming series following Ninja Steve’s and Agent Darcy’s adventures. I am looking forward to another trip to Ninjastoria soon!

 

*I received this book from the author, who asked me for an honest review of this book. I did not receive any other remuneration, and the review is composed entirely of my own opinions.

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Author Interview: Grant Goodman

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IMG_5897Talented teacher and author, Grant Goodman, has taken some time out from his holidays to share a bit about himself with us. His first book, Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve in Tiger Trouble, is an engaging, action packed spy and ninja book perfect for middle to upper primary school children. Read my review and get ready for the next book in the series! I’m just a little excited!

 

First, a bit about yourself, your family and home?

I’m a former martial arts instructor, a current middle school English teacher, and a fan of imagination and wonder. My absolute favorite writer is Ray Bradbury, my favorite songwriter is Glen Phillips, and my favorite animated movie is a tie between WALL-E and Spirited Away.

I grew up in Maryland and my younger brother now lives in San Francisco, where he conducts a classical music group called Elevate Ensemble.

I’m a resident of Washington, DC, which is a pretty cool place to be. I’m never too far away from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (dinosaurs!), the Lincoln Memorial (inspiration!), or Kramerbooks book store (they’re open 24 hours on Fridays and Saturdays!).

 

What is the first book you remember falling in love with? What made you love it?

The first book that really opened up my world was The Fellowship of the Ring. I read it when I was in 6th grade and the scope of it was amazing: the huge map, the deep history, and the final desperate journey to defeat evil…I had never read a book like that before.

But the first book that I loved–that I obsessively read and re-read–was actually a manga. When the Dragonball Z manga first came out in the US, it was a monthly comic book. Every month, I made my parents take me to the little comics store in town for the newest issue.

Dragonball Z pulled me in because it was full of martial arts action, characters who could fly, villains who were capable of destroying planets, and plots that took you to other galaxies. Plus, the characters could throw fireballs and I thought that was the greatest thing ever.

 

What was the last book you read?

I finished Welcome to Night Vale a little while ago. Night Vale is a fictional desert town that is full of monsters and weird magic. If you like strange, creepy stories, this one will deliver. The book is based on a podcast of the same name, which is hands-down my favorite podcast.

 

Is there a special place you prefer to write from?

I’ve found that I can write in a lot of different places. While I do a lot of my writing at a desk at home, I’ve been able to write in coffee shops, in my classroom after school, and while on vacation. I can’t write very well in a car or on a plane, though, because I get motion sickness when I do.

 

You are a middle school teacher, aren’t you? Did teaching inspire you to become an author?

Being a middle school English teacher played a huge role in reigniting my love for writing. When I first started teaching middle school (I taught high school for 2 years), I started up a classroom library for my students. I didn’t know much about YA lit at that point, so I started checking out Goodreads reviews and built up my collection. I wound up getting hooked on Scott Westerfeld, Rick Riordan, and Suzanne Collins. The more I read, the more I realized I wanted to write my own novel.

If I hadn’t moved to middle school, I don’t know if I ever would have pushed myself to write a novel.

 

What do your students think of Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve in Tiger Trouble?

My students are such big fans!!! One of them wants to write a musical version, one of them has drawn several issues of a comic book series. They make all kinds of fun fan art, and the majority of my Amazon reviews were written by my students! I have some die-hard fans who I get to see every day and it is the best.

 

Are Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve based on real kids in your life?

I would say that they are based on a blend of real people. When you’re a teacher, you learn about the struggles that your students have and that helped me to form my characters.

Darcy is the kind of girl who sits quietly in class, always does extremely detailed work, and doesn’t like to show off. If she has insecurities, she does everything she can to hide them, but sometimes they break through.

Steve is a guy who always has people assume things about him because they know his genius older sister. I’ve taught students and then later I’ve taught their brothers and sisters. I do my best to make sure that I never compare them to their siblings, because that just isn’t fair. Not everyone, however, is aware of how hard it can be when you get stuck in your older brother’s or sister’s shadow. We’re all different, we all have our own different talents that we should be recognized for.

 

Being a ninja or a spy sounds a bit dangerous, yet extremely exciting! Would you prefer to be a ninja or a spy, and why?

I love this question! Both of them involve a mix of martial arts, acrobatics, and danger. In my novel, the spies have access to extra-powerful technology and the ninjas can learn to use magic spells. I have always wished that magic was real, so I’ll have to go with “ninja” on this question.

 

I hope that there will be more Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve adventures soon. When can we expect your next book?

Thank you!!!

Book two, Robot Rumble!, will be coming out on Saturday, April 30th, 2016.

Darcy and Steve are going to have to deal with new danger and adventure as they both find themselves traveling to the robot kingdom of Botsylvania.

I can’t say too much without revealing spoilers from the first book, Tiger Trouble! But…I can say that this book is going to have more spin kicks, more gadgets, and more danger!

 

If you’d like to find out a bit more about Grant or Ninja Steve and Agent Darcy, check out his website, or follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

Book Review Index

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Novels

Abrams, Scott and Blockton, Adam. Time Sailors of Pizzolungo

Abrey, Tracy. Blue Sun

Altebrando, Tara. The Leaving

Aveyard, Victoria. Red Queen

Ballagh, Jonathan. The Quantum Door

Bateson, Catherine. Rain May and Captain Daniel

Benedis-Grab, Daphne. The Angel Tree

Bergin, Virginia. The Rain

Black, Holly. Doll Bones

Black, Holly. The Cruel Prince

Boorman, Kate A. Winterkill

Bowling, Nicholas. Witchborn

Brannon, Lira. Four Days to Fusion

Brooks, P. S. Deathcat Sally

Brouder, Michele. Claire Daly: Reluctant Soul Saver

Cabot, Meg. The Princess Diaries series

Cass, Kiera. The Selection

Cass, Kiera. The Elite

Cass, Kiera. The One

Cass, Kiera. The Heir

Cassidy, Anne. No Virgin

Child, Lauren. Clarice Bean Spells Trouble

Colfer, Eoin. Artemis Fowl

Cowell, Cressida. How to Train Your Dragon

Dashner, James. The Maze Runner

D’Ath, Justin. Phoebe Nash: Girl Warrior

Ellefson, Benjamin. The Land Without Color

Tarrant, Natasha. Lydia: The Wild Girl of Pride and Prejudice

Ferris, Fleur. Black

Fitzpatrick, Becca. Black Ice

French, Simon. Change the Locks

Gardner, Sally. Wings & Co: Operation Bunny

Garrow, Colin. The Architect’s Apprentice

Gleitzman, Morris. Bumface

Gleitzman, Morris. Misery Guts

Goodman, Grant. Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve in Tiger Trouble

Gough, Erin. The Flywheel

Green, John. The Fault in Our Stars

Grey, Emma. Unrequited: Girl Meets Boy Band

Hanson, James. After Falling Apart

Harvey, Jacqueline. Alice-Miranda at School

Harvey, Jacqueline. Clementine Rose and the Surprise Visitor

Harvey, Jacqueline. Clementine Rose and the Pet Day Disaster

Harvey, Jacqueline. Clementine Rose and the Perfect Present

Heath, Jack. Scream: The Human Flytrap

Heath, Jack. Scream: The Spider Army

Heltzel, Anne. Charlie, Presumed Dead

Hinkens, Norma. Immurement

Hunt, Julie. Song for a Scarlet Runner

Hunt, H. Rob. Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe

Ifield, Melanie. The Candlestick Dragon

Jackson, Sarah. Pete and the Persian Bottle

Jinks, Catherine. A Very Unusual Pursuit

Jonsberg, Barry. My Life as an Alphabet

Kaufman. Amie and Kristoff, Jay. Illuminae

Kersey, Christine. Gone

Kelleher, Victor. The Hunting of Shadroth

Kennedy, Cathy. Meeting of the Mustangs

Kirby, Matthew J. Icefall

Lasky, Kathryn. My Royal Story: Marie Antionette

Lockhart, E. We Were Liars

Lowry, Lois. The Giver

Lynn, Kassandra. Demon Princess

Maas, Sarah J. A Court of Thorns and Roses

Marwood, Lorraine. Star Jumps (verse)

Mass, Wendy. 11 Birthdays

Mass, Wendy. Twice Upon a Time: Rapunzel, The One With All the Hair

Mass, Wendy. Twice Upon a Time: Sleeping Beauty, The One Who Took the Really Long Nap

Mayor, Stephanie. Nobody’s Story: The Golden Locket

Mayor, Stephanie. Nobody’s Story: The First Kingdom

Meehan, Rachel. Eternal Inheritance

Meehan, Rachel. Power’s Out

Meehan, Rachel. Water’s Edge

Mews, Dennis. Lost in the Woods

Meyer, Stephenie. Twilight Saga (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn)

Mlynowski, Sarah, and Myracle, Lauren and Jenkins, Emily. Upside-Down Magic

Moos, Brian. Googa Nark: A Great Adventure

Morrison, Mark. TwoSpells

Mounfield, Jenny. The Ice-Cream Man

Mulliner, Brittney. Begin Again

Mulliner, Brittney. Live Again

Murphy, Jill. The Worst Witch

Murray, Michelle. The Dream Walker, Land of Mystica Series Volume 1

Niven, Jennifer. All the Bright Places

Niven, Jennifer. Holding Up the Universe

Norrington, Leonie. The Barrumbi Kids

Norton, Catherine. Crossing

O’Byrne, Lorraine. The Hippity Dippity Witch

Owen-Blue, Toni. Iris

Peckham, Caroline. Creeping Shadow (The Rise of Isaac #1)

Peckham, Caroline. Bleeding Snow (The Rise of Isaac #2)

Peckham, Caroline. Falling Fire (Part 1) *novella

Peckham, Caroline. Falling Fire (Part 2) *novella

Peter, Christopher. Danny Chaucer’s Flying Saucer

Phillips, Helen. Upside Down in the Jungle

Priestley, Chris. The Dead of Winter

Pulford, Elizabeth. Tussock

Reid Banks, Lynne. Harry the Poisonous Centipede

Riddle, Travis M. Wondrous

Rider, Caron. Apophis

Roche, Suzanne. Making It Home

Rodda, Emily. Rowan of Rin

Skye, J. S. The Granted Wish

Skye, J. S. The Land of the Sourpie

Smith, Mark. The Road to Winter

Spratt, R. A. Friday Barnes Girl Detective

Stefani, Brady G. The Alienation of Courtney Hoffman

Stephens, Elise. Guardian of the Gold Breathers

Stevens, Robin. Murder Most Unladylike

Swinnerton, Alastair. The Multiverse of Max Tovey

Taylor, Laini. Daughter of Smoke and Bone

Thomas, M. T. I’ll Rescue You

Throsby, Holly. Goodwood

Tintera, Amy. Ruined

Unsworth, Tania. The One Safe Place

Valenti, Susanne. Chained

Walker Bain, Brydie. The Secret of Sinbad’s Cave

Walker Bain, Brydie. The Ship of Sight and the Hand of Shadow

Wallach, Tommy. We All Looked Up

Walliams, David. Ratburger

Weetman, Nova. The Haunting of Lily Frost

Welford, Ross. Time Travelling with a Hamster

West, Shay. Dangerous Reflections

Wildenstein, Olivia. The Masterpiecers

Wyatt, C. C. Ferret

Wyatt, Kandi J. Dragon’s Future

Wyatt, Kandi J. Dragon’s Heir

Wyatt, Kandi J. Journey From Skioria

Zorn, Claire. The Protected

Zorn, Claire. The Sky So Heavy

 

Chapter Books

Barrows, Annie and Blackall, Sophie. Ivy + Bean

Baldwin, Deborah. Bumbling Bea

Bayes, Majorie. The Princess and the Dragon: A Fractured Fairy Tale

Branford, Anna and Davis, Sarah. Violet Mackerel’s Possible Friend

Burden, Roy. Megan’s Brood

Dadey, Debbie and Thornton Jones, Marcia. The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids: Santa Claus Doesn’t Mop Floors

Donaldson, Julia. The Snake Who Came to Stay

Evans, P. T. Minecat: A Whole Lot of Ocelots

Fogwell, Jasmine. An Unlikely Friendship

Glaser, Ronnie. The Adventures of Adam and the Incredibly Mysterious Zorkins

Griffiths, Andy and Denton, Terry. The 39-Storey Treehouse

Harding, David. Florence Takes the Lead (RSPCA Animal Tales)

Harmer, Wendy. Ava Anne Appleton Accidental Adventurer

Kelleher, Victor and King, Stephen Michael. Goblin in the Snow

Knife & Packer. Freak Street: Meet the Zombiesons

Lefebre, Leen. Frede and Santa

Mullins, B. C. Tony Park and Summer with Grandpa

Murrell, Belinda and Geddes, Serena. Lulu Bell and the Birthday Unicorn

Nolan, Paul. Mrs Miller – Christmas Killer

Pichon, L. Tom Gates: Excellent Excuses (and other good stuff)

Pilkey, Dav. The Adventures of Captain Underpants

Poshoglian, Yvette. Ella and Olivia series

Ryan, Margaret and Murfin, Teresa. Airy Fairy: Magic Mess!

Stilton, Geronimo. Creepella von Cacklefur: Fright Night

Stilton, Geronimo. Geronimo Stilton Mini Mysteries Series

York, A. J. A Fairy Extraordinary Christmas Story

York, A. J. Delilah Dusticle

York, A. J. Delilah Dusticle’s Transylvanian Adventure

York, A. J. Eliza Bluebell

 

 Short Stories

Chandler, Ron. D is for Dudley and Other Nature Tales.

Gleeson, Libby and Blackwood, Freya. The Cleo Stories: The Necklace and The Present

Griffiths, Andy and Denton, Terry. Just Tricking

Heinecke, Mathew. Willakaville: Amazing Adventures of Astronomical Awesomeness

Heinecke, Mathew. Willakaville: Baffling Ballads of Boisterous Braveness

Jennings, Paul. Quirky Tails

O’Hara, Sofia. Popular

O’Hara, Sofia. The Frog That Could Not Jump

Pratchett, Terry. Dragons at Crumbling Castle

Rose, S. B. Weeping Willows

Sorensen, Emily Martha. Valentine’s Oops

Valdez, Deborah. Don’t Miss the Boat!: Adventures at Arrowhead Island.

 

 

Picture Books

Albert, Dunned. Where is Heaven Anyway?

Allen, Pamela. The Bear’s Lunch

Andreae, Giles and Cabban, Vanessa. There’s a House Inside my Mummy

Auell, Melissa. Brady Plays the Fiddle

Awry, Christopher. Thomas and the Missing Christmas Tree

Baker-Hall, Mr. Dinner at the Zoo

Baker-Hall, Mr. The Flood at the Zoo

Barlics, Brian. The Perfect Shade of Green

Beal, Heather, L. Elephant Wind

Beal, Heather, L. Tummy Rumble Quake

Bedford, David and Moor, Becka. The Three Ninja Pigs

Benjamin, A H and Bendall-Brunello, John. At the End of the Rainbow

Bently, Peter and Melmon, Deborah. Underpants, Thunderpants

Bently, Peter and Melmon, Deborah. Underpants Wonderpants

Blabey, Aaron. The Dreadful Fluff

Blabey, Aaron. Pig the Elf

Blabey, Aaron. Pig the Fibber

Blabey, Aaron. Pig the Pug

Blabey, Aaron. Thelma the Unicorn

Bland, Nick. A Monster Wrote Me a Letter

Bland, Nick. King Pig

Bland, Nick. When Henry Caught Imaginitis

Bland, Nick and Blackwood, Freya. The Runaway Hug

Brian, Janeen and James, Ann. I’m a Dirty Dinosaur

Brian, Janeen and King, Stephen Michael. Where Does Thursday Go?

Buchanan, Colin and Singleton, Glen. Santa Koala

Buckley, Gavin. The Smellyphant

Civardi, Anne. Usborne First Experiences: Going to School

Cohen, Sigi and Foley, James. My Dead Bunny

Crumble, P. and McDonald, Danielle. Sheep on a Beach

Crumble, P. and Shea, Louis. There Was an Old Bloke Who Swallowed a Chook

Crumble, P. and Shea, Louis. There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Mozzie

Crumble, P. and Shea, Louis. There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Star!

Crumble, P. and Shea, Louis. Tortoise and the Hair

Davick, Linda. I Love You, Nose! I Love You, Toes!

Daywalt, Drew and Jeffers, Oliver. The Day the Crayons Quit

Donaldson, Julia and Roberts, David. Jack and the Flumflum Tree

Donaldson, Julia and Scheffler, Axel. The Gruffalo

Donaldson, Julia and Scheffler, Axel. Room on the Broom

Donaldson, Julia and Scheffler, Axel. Zog

Doyle, Malachy and Vivas, Julie. Sleepy Pendoodle

Dubosarsky, Ursula. The Terrible Plop

Edgley, Richard and Kalpart. Little Jakey’s House

Elliott, Rebecca. Dalmatian in a Digger

England, Kathryn and Redlich, Ben. T-rex’s Terrible Tooth

Fox, Diane and Fox, Christyan. Dinosaur Poo!

Fox, Mem and Horacek, Judy. Where is the Green Sheep?

Fox, Mem and Ljungkvist, Laura. Yoo-hoo, Ladybird!

Fox, Mem and Quay, Emma. Baby Bedtime

Faille, Chris and Snell, Danny. Jeremy

French, Jackie and Whatley, Bruce. Pete the Sheep

French, Jackie and Whatley, Bruce. The Christmas Wombat

Geras, Adèle and Walters, Catherine. Sleep Tight, Ginger Kitten

Gibbes, Lesley and King, Stephen Michael. Scary Night

Gleeson, Libby and Blackwood, Freya. Banjo and Ruby Red

Graham, Bob. Silver Buttons

Gray, Les, and Field, Jim. Frog on a Log?

Gurney, Chris and Bennett, John. Esau the Paw

Hale, Honeysuckle. Tongue Twisters for Girls

Harrison, Kathryn. Weeds in Nana’s Garden

Hawksley, Gerald. If You Have a Hat

Hawksley, Gerald. Spot the Duck

Hill, Eric. Spot Goes to School

Hughes, Russell and Jones, KayeC. The Day the Aunts Disappeared

Hughes, Russ and Jones, KayeC. The Wandering Troll

Hussey, Lorna. Little Lost Unicorn

Ingellis, Jean. Waneta the Walrus and her Blue Tu-tu

Jeffers, Oliver. How to Catch a Star

Jeffers, S. A. and Straus, Catherine. Bigfoot Trails: Pacific Northwest

Jenne, Denise L, and Iannone, Julie. Annalise’s Up and Down Day

Jones, KayeC. Kitty Conquers the Big Bully

Jones, Marianne. Great-Grandma’s Gifts

Kane, Kim and Acton, Sara. Esther’s Rainbow

KilBride, Sarah and Tilley, Sophie. Princess Evie’s Ponies: Indigo the Magic Rainbow Pony

Kitchin, Ben and Redlich, Ben. Don’t Wake the Troll

Knapman, Timothy and Warburton, Sarah. My Adventure Island

Larsen, Andrew and Lowery, Mike. A Squiggly Story

Lassa, Julia and Terzi, Merve. On Your Marks, Get Set, Go!

Lee, Mary. Why? Because I Love You

Lester, Alison. Kissed by the Moon

Lester, Alison. My Dog Bigsy

Lindman, Lisa E. The Fox Forest Band

L’Heureux, Christine and Brigand, Pierre. Caillou, No More Diapers

Llewelyn, Christopher and Tulloch, Scott. Tyranno-sort-of Rex

MacLeod, Doug and Smith, Craig. The Windy Farm

McClane, Lola and dela Peña, Angel. The Bird Who Was Afraid of Heights

McClelland, Kate. Blackbird, Blackbird, What Do You Do?

McKee, David. Elmer and the Rainbow

McKenzie, Heath. I Wanna be a Pretty Princess

McKenzie, Heath. What does Santa do When it’s not Christmas?

McKenzie, Heath. What do Werewolves do when it’s not Halloween?

Meehan, Rachel. Cyclops

Morrison, Yvonne and Niland, Kilmeny. An Aussie Night Before Christmas

Murphy, Mary and Lee, Josh. The Bus to the Zoo

Mushin, Jerry. Dr Hedgehog and the Postbox Rescue

Nicoll, Helen and Pienkowski, Jan. Mog at the Zoo

Ormerod, Jan and Joyner, Andrew. The Swap

Oron, Hagit and Oron, Or. Elphie and Dad go on an Epic Adventure

Parker, Danny and Ottley, Matt. Parachute

Paul, Ruth. Two Little Pirates

Peter, April. Ann Can’t Sleep

Plyler Fisk, Nicole. The Pirate Train

Poh, Jennie. Herbie’s Big Adventure

Prior, Ted. Grug and the Rainbow

Quintana, Diane N. and Beattie, Jonda, S. Suzie’s Messy Room

Rossiter, Janina. Tovi the Penguin Goes to the Seaside

Sendak, Maurice. Where the Wild Things Are

Sorensen, Emily Martha. Tabby, Tabby, Burning Bright

Spires, Ashley. The Most Magnificent Thing

Steam, Karl. How Santa Changed

Stickland, Paul. Ten Terrible Dinosaurs

Strambini, Karla. The Extraordinary Mr Qwerty

Tan, Shaun. Rules of Summer

Teague, Mark. Funny Farm

Trumbauer, Lisa and Ho, Jannie. The Great Reindeer Rebellion

Vaughan, Marcia K and Lofts, Pamela. Wombat Stew

Ward, Lynn and Carruthers, Adam. The Big Beet

Wickstrom, Lois and Mion, Francie. Bees in Loretta’s Bonnet

Wickstrom, Lois and Mion, Francie. Loretta’s Pet Caterpillar

Wild, Margaret and Blackwood, Freya. The Treasure Box

Wild, Margaret and King, Stephen Michael. The Pocket Dogs

Wild, Margaret and Vivas, Julie. The Very Best of Friends

Wilson, Tony and Wood, Laura. The Cow Tripped Over the Moon

Whitlark, Kevin. The Twelve Cats of Christmas

Whybrow, Ian and Reynolds, Adrian. Harry and the Dinosaurs go to School

Zoehfeld, Kathleen W. Pooh’s First Day at School

 

 

Boardbooks

Bondor, Rebecca. Ears, Eyes, Nose

Brenner, Andrew. Humf is a Furry Thing

Campbell, Rod. The First Christmas

Church, Caroline Jayne. Ten Tiny Toes

Emmett, Jonathan and Cabban, Vanessa. Bringing Down the Moon

French, Jackie and Whatley, Bruce. Diary of a Wombat

Griffiths, Andy and Denton, Terry. Big Fat Cows

Hawkins, Emily. Amazing Baby: Rainbow Fun

Land, Fiona. Ladybird Baby Touch Rainbow

MacDonald, Suse. Dino Shapes

Peppa’s Christmas Wish

Smith, Craig and Cowley, Katz. The Wonky Donkey

 

 

First Readers

Arnold, Tedd. Fly Guy and the Frankenfly

Arnold, Tedd. Fly Guy Presents Sharks

Arnold, Tedd. There’s a Fly Guy in my Soup

Flying Colours. The Rainbow

Kendall, Jeneane. Lost and Found at the Library

 

 

Non-fiction

Allen, Sarah. Fluid Mechanics: A Fairy Tale

Allen, Sarah. Optics: A Fairy Tale

Bloomsbury Discovery. My Body

Cole, Babette. Mummy Laid an Egg!

Colson, Rob. Bone Collection: Animals

Deary, Terry and Brown, Martin. Horrible Histories: Angry Aztecs

Deary, Terry and Brown, Martin. Horrible Histories: The Big Fat Christmas Book

Deary, Terry and Brown, Martin. Horrible Histories: Terrible Trenches

Deary, Terry and Brown, Martin and Reeve, Philip. Horrible Histories: Horribly Hilarious Joke Book

Deary, Terry and Reeve, Philip. Horrible Histories: Wicked Words

Green, Dan. Basher Basics: Maths

Breathed, Helen. Lonely Planet Kids: Paris City Trails

Hinkler. Pocket Pal: Jokes to Tell

Hubbard, Judith. What are Diamonds and How do they Form?

Jeffers, S.A and Straus, Catherine. Bigfoot Trails: Pacific Northwest

Johnson, Jinny. Explorers: Insects and Minibeasts

Levy, Joel. Freaky Phobias

Llewellyn, Claire. Explorers: Big Cats

Martialay, Judy. ¡Hola! Let’s Learn Spanish

McCartney, Tania. Australia Illustrated

Montgomery, Heather L. Wild Discoveries Wacky New Animals

Moore, Dr Gareth. Optical Illusions

Moore, Reed Abbitt. Piggy Sense!: Save it for a Rainy Day

Oelschlager, Vanita. Birds of a Feather

Professor, Baby. Orange Animals on the Planet

Richards, Kel and Singleton, Glen. Big Book of Aussie Dinosaurs

Saltz, Dr. Gail, and Cravath, Lynne Avril. Amazing You!

Silverberg, Cory and Smyth, Fiona. What Makes a Baby

Stinson, Kathy and Collins, Heather. The Bare Naked Book

Wachob, George D. Punch Lines: “Humerus Art”

 

 

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