Publication Date: 12 October 2019 The Blurb Claire is the world’s first and only JUSTICE NINJA! She’s on a mission to set the world to rights. Rubbish litterers – Binned! Loud motorbikes – Silenced! School bullies – Defeated! Justice never sleeps – not when Claire’s about. She’s taking down wrongdoers, NINJA-STYLE! Evil councillors, gum spitters … Continue reading Claire: Justice Ninja by Joe Brady and Kate Ashwin
Guy Bass Week, Day 3: today, we welcome back Jonny and Tommy Atomic in two fabulous books... Vile’s Vengeance (Book 1) Jonny and Tommy Atomic are back; older, stronger, faster, and desperate to get off Atomic Island. Jonny can't wait to start school, but Tommy isn't so keen. Why should they have to be ordinary … Continue reading Atomic! By Guy Bass, illustrated by Jamie Littler
Guy Bass Week: Day 2 stars this gem of an early reader... You'd think having a world famous Superhero for a dad would be, well, super, but Jonny and Tommy Atomic just want Captain Atomic to spend some time with them. If only they had super powers too… This is sibling rivalry taken to the … Continue reading We Are Super! by Guy Bass, illustrated by Jamie Littler
5 books, 5 signed books arrived for our School Library today from Guy Bass. Thank you so much! This is what happened when I spotted who the sender was on the envelope... I was able to pull out the 12 children who had been inspired by his video on Authorfy, and spent Friday afternoons creating … Continue reading If Carlsberg did Book Post, They Still Wouldn’t Beat Guy Bass!
Publication Date 13th July 2017 Murph Cooper's life is far from super. His mum's jobs mean that he's in a new house, in a new town, again. He's fed up of making friends to leave them behind, again. And this time, he can't even get a school place, until he and his mum stumble upon … Continue reading Kid Normal by Greg James & Chris Smith
"I could have been one too, except I needed a wee..." I picked this up with a couple of reluctant readers in mind, thinking it would be one of those books that while personally, I didn't really enjoy, would be great for them. How wrong was I? Sharp humour, comic plot devices stand-ups would be … Continue reading My Brother is a Superhero by David Solomons