CHILDREN'S 3 BOOK FICTION BUNDLE
The Phoenix and the Carpet by E. Nesbit
The Phoenix and the Carpet is the sequel to E. Nesbit’s beloved Five Children and It, and the second book in the Psammead trilogy.
When Cyril, Anthea, Robert, Jane and Lamb find a mysterious egg, the adventure of a lifetime begins.
With the help of their magical new friend, the Phoenix, the five siblings travel to exotic lands and befriend royalty, rescue treasures and meet one hundred and ninety-nine cats!
This heart-warming children’s classic (featuring brand new illustrations by Beano artist Steve Beckett) is sure to delight readers young and old. Contains a foreword by Gary Russell, who played Cyril in the 1976 BBC TV serial.
The Norris Girlsby Nigel HintonDad is away in a dangerous place, but life must go on for the Norris girls.
Beth dreams of being in the school musical, especially when super cool Josh gets the lead part.
Georgy trains every day, trying to win a place in the Inter-Counties Athletics Championships, but first she has to beat her arch-rival, Layla.
And Katie wants an animal to look after – a dog or cat or a rabbit would do, but if she could choose one thing in the whole world it would be a pony.
Filled with tears and laughter, heartache and longing, this is Little Women for the twenty-first century.
“The Norris Girls is a great read and a total page-turner.” – Jacqueline Wilson
“A warm, wise and all-round wonderful read about the bond between three very different but equally awesome sisters... I loved this book!” – Cathy Cassidy
The House on March Lane
by Michelle Briscombe
In 1836, Harriet's papa, a ship's officer on HMS Beagle, returns from a long journey at sea.
On his arrival home, Harriet and her friend Lily become involved in a dangerous secret with tragic consequences.
Almost two centuries later, Flora's best friend Archie experiences a ghostly encounter at her dad's reclamation and salvage yard.
The haunting takes the two friends on a detective adventure with a difference, and leads them to an unexpected and supernatural discovery.
Flora and Archie, Harriet and Lily's lives are soon entwined in a way that they could never have imagined possible.