This one contains three exciting stories of Winnie’s mad antics, with added jokes to make you laugh even more.
It can be dipped into but will make a young child feel like a proper reader.
Tom, just a third-class apprentice, is excited as the old city begins to move—until he’s pushed off, that is.
He makes a good friend and together they risk everything to get back and to solve a great mystery.
Affecting a curious accent, and a henchman named Hench, it’s a suave and chilling scoundrel he crafts.
Another highlight is the work of director John Gilling and production designer Bernard Robinson.
Buy on Amazon Geraldine Mc Caughrean Pepper Roux has a charmed life and seems able to step into anything and have an adventure.
He becomes a sea captain, a sausage-seller and more, creating chaos at all times. Buy on Amazon Philip Reeve A fabulous adventure in a London of another time—a time when cities move.
The tale is one of a clash between two forces on an island.
The first is a devout group of locals, one being challenged by a youth amongst their number; the second is a band of pirates who land seeking a lost treasure, hidden away by the settlement’s founder.