A thought-provoking and touching story of the bond between children and nature, from renowned storyteller and award-winning author Gill Lewis. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+
When Willow meets the Wild Things and crosses into The Wilderness, she knows her life is never going to be the same again. The Wild Things discover another group of children - The Bark Skins, but they've taken over their camp, and won't give it back. This means war.
Something lives deep within the forest . . . something that has not been seen on Callum's farm for over a hundred years. Callum and Iona make a promise to keep their amazing discovery secret, but can they keep it safe from harm? The pact they make will change lives forever.
A retelling of the Welsh legend of Cantre'r Gwaelod. As waves rise outside the sea wall, it's up to the lonely storm child to save the kingdom. TreeTops Greatest Stories is a series of timeless classics for children aged 7-11. This pack provides 6 copies of the same title.
Dylan is struggling but when he's out on the water with his Grandad his mind clears and everything seems simpler. But his Grandad's beloved Whooper swans are under threat and... Læs mere
When Willow meets the Wild Things and crosses into The Wilderness, she knows her life is never going to be the same again. In this story the Wild Things look to the sky to watch a meteor shower unlike any other . . .
Imara and Bobo are two children living with a band of rebel soldiers in the African jungle. When an orphaned gorilla is brought to their camp they swear to protect it. But in their war-ravaged world, can they ever find true safety?