It's that time of year again and the season of festive cheer is upon us. Now the nightmare that is present buying can begin! Most children nowadays crave to have the latest toys and computer games, hi-tech bikes and boards and even remote controlled robots and drones, but there is no doubting that a good book is still a special gift to give and especially, when the books are as good as those in our list below.
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The Jeff Kinney series continues. This time, the main character Greg Heffley feels the pressure mounting. His mother thinks computer games are affecting his brain, so she wants Greg to experiment with his creative side. Greg has a plan though and making a movie seems like the perfect way to please his mum while making money at the same time.
Taking you on a journey through the magical dream world of tother world. Follow Willy on his quest to save Mini, a girl from his school, kidnapped by the evil Marish. 'Willy Smith: Dreamer' is a fantastic read and highly recommended.
Atlas Obscura looks at some of the world's strangest places with over 700 locations included, celebrating how vibrant, weird and amazing our world really is.
The Hammer of Thor is unable to be found again, and this time the mighty weapon has fallen into the hands of the enemy. Magnus Chase and his companions must find the hammer fast, or the mortal world will be unable to defend itself against a brutal attack by Giants. The Nine Worlds will be in flames, and Ragnarok will begin.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a play by Jack Thorne, based on a new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany. This book is the special rehearsal edition script and we find Harry Potter as a Ministry of Magic employee, a husband and a father of three.
Bestselling author Sara Pennypacker brings us a beautiful and totally brilliant story of the relationship between a boy and a fox. This is sure to be read by children for many, many years.