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Dear Future

Authors: Meredith Costain, Teresa Culkin Lawrence

Part of a series: Literacy Link Plus

Publisher: Mimosa Publications (1995)

Anna is excited about her new school project - a time capsule! While everybody in her class has different ideas about it, Anna decides her contribution will be the diary she’s writing. She has many other things to think about too. Will her dear Nonna recover? And what does Ms O’Shane keep in that mysterious cupboard!

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Disney Pixar Cars: Race Track Adventures

Author: Dennis R Shealy

Publisher: Parragon (2011)

Two cool Cars stories in one easy-to-read volume. Lightning has some of the best friend around. Discover how his friends help him win the big race in Race Team ...

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Divide And Ride

Authors: Stuart J Murphy, George Ulrich

Part of a series: Mathstart

Publisher: HarperCollins (1997)

The Mathstart series introduces basic maths concepts through entertaining stories and visually stimulating illustrations. Young children will enjoy following the adventures of eleven friends as they experience the thrill of the Dare-Devil roller coaster, the Twin-Spin Cars and many more exciting rides. But are there enough seats for everyone or will some friends be left out?

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Don't Call Me Special

Author: Pat Thomas

Part of a series: A First Look At... Book

Publisher: Barron's Educational Series (2002)

This book looks at disability mainly from the perspective of the disabled child, their families and helpers. However, it will also be relevant to able-bodied children, giving them a platform to better understand and learn to support the disabled children around them. While the overall tone is positive, the book acknowledges that it can be very frustrating to be disabled in a world built for the able-bodied. It looks at the full range of emotions which a disabled child may feel, as well as the sometimes complex feelings of people around them. A sensitive book, beautifully illustrated by Lesley Harker.

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Double Love Collection

Author: Kate William

Part of a series: Sweet Valley High

Publisher: Bantam (1999)

A collection of three Sweet Valley High titles: "Double Love"; "Secrets"; and "Playing With Fire". Elizabeth Wakefield is sweet, sensitive and studious. But her identical twin, Jessica, is fun-loving, mischievous, and always chasing boys.

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Doughnut Dilemma

Author: Margaret Mcallister

Part of a series: Oxford Reading Tree Stage 12: TreeTops Fiction More Pack C

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2000)

In Doughnut Dilemma Danny MacDonald lives for football, especially his favourite team Lowgate United. But Lowgate's star striker, Keith, is turning into the team's worst player. Keith can't think about anything but tasty doughnuts. Can Danny help his favourite star?

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Dragon Fights

Author: Mike Poulton

Part of a series: Oxford Reading Tree Stages 8-11: Jackdaws

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2004)

Jackdaws anthologies offer a challenge for competent and mature readers. Each of the titles are made up of different text types with a shared thematic topic. Each title combines fiction and non-fiction in the form of a fast-moving adventure tale, information text in a fact file, and a traditional tale or myth. Each anthology is illustrated with a variety of lively artwork and photographs. All anthologies are coded according to the Book Bands system.

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Earthquake Collection

Author: Kate William

Part of a series: Sweet Valley High

Publisher: Bantam Books (1999)

A devastating earthquake strikes Sweet Valley, and Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield have to dig through the rubble to find each other. Friends and relatives lie in hospital, homes have been reduced to rubble, and Olivia Davidson is dead.

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Eddy Stone And The Epic Holiday Mash-Up

Authors: Simon Cherry, Francis Blake

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd (2016)

When Eddy discovers a bedraggled cat in his front garden, his rubbish weekend turns into an alien escapade. Shooting off into outer space with his cousin Milly, Eddy finds himself on an epic adventure that's out of this world...

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Electric Sandwiches

Author: Roderick Hunt

Part of a series: Wolf Hill Level 3

Publisher: Oxford University Press (1999)

Wolf Hill is an exciting series from Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. It is designed to provide an easy, supportive and sustained read for those pupils who need to gain confidence and motivation in their reading. The stories will appeal to reluctant readers aged approximately 7-11 and deal with the real-world adventures of a group of friends who live and attend school in an area called Wolf Hill. The children experience lively, amusing adventures and the stories also deal with issues about friendship, school and life in a modern urban environment. The books are designed to look like popular novels for older children with a spine and chapters, boosting confidence and interest of those who may have been stuck on reading scheme books aimed at younger children and appealing to the most image-conscious pupils.

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