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Fiction… for younger readers
A Measle Stubbs Adventure series
Ian Oglivy
Meet Measle Stubbs, the small hero on a BIG adventure! Fantastically fun stories brought vividly to life by Chris Mould’s quirky illustrations.
‘Ogilvy is a good inventive storyteller who writes with infectious enthusiasm. Genuinely cree py at times . . . illuminated with flashes of surreal hum our.’ Jan Mark, Times Educational Supplement

Age 8+


‘ideal fare for seven to eleven year olds. Te achers and parents take no te: this would make for the perfect, serialised rea d-aloud before going home, going to bed or goin g spare.’ Michael Rosen, Guardia n Review on The Train set of Terror!

The Train Set of Terror!
198 x 129mm | 208 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272970-5 £5.99 | May 2010

The Funfair of Fear!
198 x 129mm | 352 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272971-2 £5.99 | May 2010

Castle of Creepiness
198 x 129mm | 384 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272972-9 £5.99 | August 2010

How to Survive Summer Camp
Age 7+

Special Edition

Beezus and Ramona
Beverly Cleary

Age 7+

Jacqueline Wilson Illustrated by Nick Sharratt
‘My new T-shirt said I LOVE EVERGREEN ADVENTURE HOLIDAYS. My new T-shirt was a liar.’ Dumped at Evergreen Summer Camp while her mum’s off on a swanky honeymoon, Stella just knows she’s going to hate it. Being mistaken for a boy and having to share a room with snobby Louise and nasty Karen is just the start . . . It seems Stella’s in for a nightmare summer. How can she possibly survive?

The Trouble with Beezus and Ramona


Four fantastic books about these muchloved sisters in one bumper edition

198 x 129mm | 512 pages P/b | 978-0-19-275521-6 £7.99 | August 2010

Big sister, Beezus, tries really, really hard to be patient with her little sister Ramona, but Ramona has the habit of doing the most annoying, embarrassing things in the world. How many nine-year-old girls have to put up with a pesky little sister tagging around behind them and making life impossible? Sometimes Beezus doesn’t like Ramona very much, and that makes her feel bad. Sisters are supposed to love each other, aren’t they? But Ramona is such a pain that she just doesn’t seem very lovable.

216x153mm | 240 pages H/b | 978-0-19-272992-7 £9.99 | August 2010

This special edition includes a fantastic section of cool quizzes, yummy recipes, and brilliant activities. It has all you need to create your own summer camp—even survival tips! Jacqueline Wilson is one of the UK’s best-loved children’s authors. She has won countless prizes and her books have now sold over 20 million copies in the UK alone. Praise for previous editions of How to Survive Summer Camp:
‘funny and warm hearted’ Julia Eccleshare, Lovereading4kids
‘a skilful combination of comedy, adventure and real life’ The Guardian

The Unstoppable Beezus and Ramona


198 x 129mm | 512 pages P/b | 978-0-19-278997-6 £7.99 | August 2010

No matter how hard Ramona tries, she just can’t seem to stop getting into scrapes and mischief. She doesn’t mean to, and she always thinks she’s being helpful, but somehow things always go wrong. From falling through the ceiling to being sick in front of the entire class-life isn’t always easy for Ramona and for Beezus, her big sister Ramona is just plain embarrassing!


Fiction… action, adventure for any age!
The Remarkable Adventures of Tom Scatterhorn series
Henry Chancellor
Age 9+


The Hidden World

The intrepid Tom Scatterhorn is back for another adventure! Tom is back at the Scatterhorn Museum, but not for long. An unexpected visitor tells Tom that his old enemy, Don Gervase Askary, has taken his parents, so Tom sets off on another adventure in and out of time, to exotic foreign lands, and finally into the secret hidden world of Scarazand, stronghold of the terrifying Don Gervase himself . . .
198 x 129mm | 528 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272086-3 £6.99 | May 2010

Also Available
The Museum’s Secret
198x129mm | 464 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272084-9 | £6.99

‘A crackling, magical read’ Waterstones Books Quarterly
me at the sa and scary wn.’ ‘Funny put it do couldn’t time. I Arthur, ag e 10

‘A gripping opening chapter worthy of Indiana Jon es’ The Sunday Times

Look out for The Forgotten Echo coming in October 2010
210 x 148mm | 352 pages | H/b | 978-0-19-272744-2 £10.99 | September 2010

Go to www.oxfordchildrens.co.uk/tomscatterhorn for downloads and extracts

Hero.com and Villain.net series
Andy Briggs

Age 9+

‘These books will have you gripping the edge of your seat in excitement and crying out for more.’ Becky

In this brilliant series and anti-series from screenwriter Andy Briggs, a group of teenagers get to choose whether to be heroes or villains… and their choice could mean the end of the world!

Hero.com 4: Chaos Effect NEW
Disaster looms but which heroes will save the day? Robots powered by Hero.com are starting to take on a life of their own. A new villain called NanoMite is taking control. The fiendish cyborg and his nanite swarm are taking control of every electric appliance on the planet. If they are not stopped the entire planet will be plunged back into the Dark Ages. The world needs a hero and fast …

Villain.net 4: NEW Collision Course
The game is about power, the prize is the world. Jake Hunter is poised on the edge of true villainous greatness. If he finds all six of the Core Power pendants he’ll be able to unlock a magnificent ability: gravity control. With this awesome power at his fingertips nobody will be able to stop him from toppling the Foundation and Council of Evil once and for all. The Dark Hunter is playing a high-stakes game with the world. How far is he willing to go to complete his plans?

198x129mm | 288 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272969-9 £6.99 | March 2010

‘I love the villain.net and hero.com books, they are the most amazing books I’ve ever read in my life!’ Samuel

198x129mm | 288 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272968-2 £6.99 | March 2010

Also Available

Hero.com 1: Rise of the Heroes Hero.com 2: Virus Attack Hero.com 3: Crisis Point

Villain.net 1: Council of Evil Villain.net 2: Dark Hunter Villain.net 3: Power Surge

Each series can be read as an exciting adventure in its own right, or they can be read together to spot the heroes and villains blasting into each other’s missions. The only question that remains is … which side are you on?

Discover whether you are a superhero or a dastardly villain at



Fiction… action, adventure, for any age!
Sea Wolf
David Miller
Treasure Island meets Jaws. A gripping voyage into danger. Hanna and Ned are excited to be back on Shark Island with their friend Jik but when their boat is destroyed by a typhoon, their lives as they know it are swept away. They face a desperate battle—not just with the sea, but with an enemy obsessed with revenge. Sequel to the amazing Shark Island. Sea Wolf sees the return of Hanna, Ned and Jik in all-action thriller, packed with twists and turns.
‘...It was like my hands were glued to the cover!’ Sophie, age 11
‘Sea Wolf is BRILLIANT. I never wanted to stop reading it, it was that good!’ Jonathan, age 11

Age 9+


Look out for Leopard’s Claw in July 2010
198 x 129mm | 320 pages | P/b | 978-0-19-275612-1 £5.99 | July 2010

198 x 129mm | 304 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272902-6 £5.99 | December 2009

Hear David Miller talk about his adventures which inspired Shark Island at


Koh Tabu

Age 11+

‘The author as artist evokes people and places wi th delicacy, humour and truth— a novel of outstanding beauty.’ Costa Children’s Book Award Judges on The Bower Bird

Ann Kelley Winner of the Costa Children’s Book Award
Nine girls, one tropical island, no parents . . . paradise Wonderful day, wonderful island—THE WRONG ISLAND, but who cares? For Bonnie MacDonald it didn’t matter that they’d blown off course, she and her friends were off on an adventure to a beautiful tropical island. And there were no parents or teachers to spoil things. There was Layla Campbell, of course, but she didn’t count as a proper grown-up—she was so cool, so beautiful, and treated the girls as equals, not like children. But how can a place go from paradise to hell in just one night? How can life go from being a wonderful adventure to a desperate struggle to survive?

198 x 129mm | 272 pages P/b | 978-0-19-275604-6 £6.99 | April 2010

The Glass Swallow
Julia Golding

Age 10+


Also from Julia Golding
Wolf Cry
Age 11+

Age 11+

As two worlds collide, one love story is born. Living above her father’s workshop, Rain secretly designs stained glass but when she is discovered she must go to the strange new land of Magharna. Bandits roam the lonely roads and when Rain is ambushed she knows that she cannot win the fight. That is until a boy with a falcon saves her and an adventure of a lifetime begins . . . Winner of the Nestlé Gold Prize and the Waterstone’s Children’s Book Prize.
198x129mm | 256 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272762-6 £6.99 | May 2010

The Ship Between the Worlds
Age 9+

The Companions Quartet
Age 9+

‘For those who have not yet read a Julia Golding book, th is will surely get them hooked.’ The School Librarian on Dragonfly


Fiction… action, adventure, for any age!
The Death Defying Pepper Roux
Geraldine McCaughrean
Age 10+



The eagerly-awaited new novel from acclaimed author, Geraldine McCaughrean Pepper Roux has his whole life ahead of him. If he’s lucky, that’s 14 hours by the hall clock. Without wanting to annoy, he would much prefer not to die. But can you sidestep Fate? Step sideways into a different life? Naïve and trusting, Pepper sets course through dangerous waters, inviting disaster and mayhem at every turn, one eye on the sky for fear of angels, on the magnificent possibilities of being alive. Join him on the run—if you can keep up. Funny, exciting, thought-provoking, and exhilarating, this is a wonderful new novel from Geraldine McCaughrean, author of Peter Pan in Scarlet and winner of every major children’s book prize.
‘I was gripped from page one. A hero for us all to emulate! A treat to savour!’ Joy Court, Youth Librarians Group

198 x 129mm | 256 pages P/b | 978-0-19-275603-9 £6.99 | June 2010

Look out for Geraldine McCaughrean’s brand new book coming in October 2010
198 x 129mm | 256 pages | P/b | 978-0-19-278996-9 | £6.99 | October 2010

‘I couldn’t put it down. It’s wis e and odd and funny . . . everyone sh ould read Geraldine McCaughrean.’ Philip Reeve

To hear Geraldine McCaughrean introduce The Death Defying Pepper Roux and to download extracts and reading group activities, go to:


Witchfinder: Dawn of the Demontide Age 12+
William Hussey
Witchfinder Book 1: Dawn of the Demontide
‘Jake could now see the demon fully. Its body was a mass of steely sinew, its arms roped with muscle. Six fingers sprouted from its hands, each ending in lethal talons. The thing did not possess a nose; instead a large hole, bubbling with green mucus, occupied the middle of its face. Mr Pinch’s tongue flickered between his teeth and slurped across his fat lips. He was hungry.’


Praise for Dawn of the Demontide:
‘Talk about action packed! I couldn’t put it down.’ Deborah Chaffey, Waterstone’s bookseller

198 x 129mm | 352 pages P/b | 978-0-19-273190-6 £6.99 | March 2010

When a violent storm rages around the little village of Hobarron’s Hollow, a young boy is sacrificed ‘for the greater good’. His blood is used to seal a mystical doorway and prevent an apocalyptic disaster known only as the Demontide. Twenty-five years later another boy, Jake Harker, is about to be drawn into the nightmare of the Demontide. Witches and their demon familiars stalk his every move, and his dreams are plagued by visions of a 17th Century figure known only as the Witchfinder. When his father is abducted, Jake must face the terrible secrets kept by those closest to him and a shocking truth that will change his life forever . . .

Praise for William Hussey’s first adult novel, Through a Glass Darkly:
‘He writes with a literary sensibility that elevates horror to an art form.’ Shroud Magazine

Praise for William Hussey’s second adult novel, The Absence:
‘Britain’s answer to Stephen King.’ Highlander Book Review

Dawn of the Demontide is the first book in the gripping new Witchfinder trilogy and a debut children’s title for author William Hussey.
The second thrilling instalment is called Gallows at Twilight and the third The Last Nightfall. Both are coming in 2011.

William Hussey is available for school visits. For more information about the Witchfinder trilogy or William Hussey contact Harriet Bayly, the Oxford Children’s publicity manager, on 01865 354579.


Fiction… reads for teens
Blade series
Tim Bowler
The next titles in this startlingly compelling series


‘thrilling and exhilarating … I would give it 10 out of 10’ Lee Mein, Firrhill High, Teen Titles on Playing Dead

Mixing It


198x129mm | 176 pages P/b | 978-0-19-275599-5 £5.99 | January 2010

From award-winning author, Tim Bowler, come the latest instalments in the utterly gripping Blade series, which takes you into the dangerous, secret life of its unforgettable narrator. With action-packed chapters and cliffhanger endings Blade’s unique voice will carry even the most reluctant boy readers from book to book.

Cutting NEW Loose
198 x 129mm | 160 pages P/b | 978-0-19-275600-8 £5.99 | April 2010

Also Available
Closing In Running Scared

Risking All NEW
Playing Dead Breaking Free Fighting Back
198x129mm | 160 pages P/b | 978-0-19-275601-5 £5.99 | September 2010

‘As sharp as its tit le suggests, this is a relentless and br illiant page turn er.’ The Bookseller on Playing Dead

remarkable ability, through the ‘Tim Bowler has demonstrated a n… to maintain his readers’ attentio sheer power of strong narrative, logically convincing.’ psycho rewardingly complex and totally Robert Dunbar, The Guardian on Play ing Dead

Read extracts, watch the trailer, and listen to Tim Bowler talk about Blade at www.oxfordchildrens.co.uk/blade

Rachel Riley series
Joanna Nadin


us diaries xtracts from Rachel Riley’s hilario ead e R at find out more about Joanna Nadin and

The Facts of Life



Double Trouble


198 x 129mm | 336 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272923-1 £5.99 | March 2010

The latest instalment of Rachel Riley’s hilarious diaries Just when life’s looking up for Rachel, just when she’s finally found the ONE, the past, i.e. Justin, comes back to spoil it all. It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee and stop viewing life through rose-tinted glasses. From now on, Rachel’s only interested in the cold, hard facts of life. Recently Joanna Nadin beat Stephenie Meyer and Malorie Blackman as readers voted in their thousands to shortlist her for Queen of Teen alongside fellow contenders Meg Cabot, Cath Cassidy, Cathy Hopkins, Louise Rennison and Jacqueline Wilson.

Join Rachel as she gets to grips with her new-found relationship in The Meaning of Life and then find out why she’s decided to go back to basics in My (Not So) Simple Life in this hilarious bind-up which covers a complete year in the crazy life of Rachel Riley and her friends.
198 x 129mm | 528 pages | P/b 978-0-19-278992-1 | £8.99 | June 2010

Two Books in One

Also Available
My So-Called Life The Life of Riley The Meaning of Life Back to Life

‘Nadin achieves the rare trick of producing a book that will make both adu lts and teenagers laugh aloud .’ Observer on My So-Called Life


My (Not So) Simple Life

My Double Life: Two Years in the So-Called Life of Rachel Riley

Two Books in One

Fiction… reads for teens
Where I Belong
Gillian Cross
Secret identity, secret pact, secret exposed.



Rowan the Strange
Julie Hearn



A truly powerful story, publishing for the first time in paperback.

198x129mm | 352 pages P/b | 978-0-19-275554-4 £6.99 | April 2010

‘There are guns and bandits in this story. And supermodels. And there’s drought and starvation too. Are you wondering how they can all come together? Well, that’s how life is these days. Things don’t happen neatly, in separate little places. We’re all caught by the great spider’s web of media that spans the world. That’s where this story is set. The world. It’s the story of Abdi and Khadija and Freya (that’s me) and what happened to us because of Somalia . . .’

‘How does a doctor examine a person’s brain? They won’t use any knives on me, will they?’
Rowan knows he is strange. But dangerous? He didn’t mean to scare his sister. In his right mind, he wouldn’t hurt a fly. But there’s a place he can go where they say they can fix his mind . . . As the Second World War begins, Rowan is diagnosed with schizophrenia and sent away to a hospital where the latest treatments are available. But the treatments are experimental still—and nobody predicts the effect they will have on Rowan . . .

198x129mm | 252 pages P/b | 978-0-19-272920-0 £6.99 | April 2010

Identity and secrets. People smuggling and kidnapping. Family alliances and bitter enmity. Fashion and falsehoods. In this powerful coming-ofage novel three friends will have to face harsh truths about their world. However painful or dangerous it may be . . .
Listen to Gillian Cross talk about Where I Belong at www.oxfordchildrens.co.uk/whereibelong

New look covers for Gillian Cross in 2010… The Dark
Tightrope Behind the Curtain

‘Hearn is skilled at conveying the place and the time, but it is in the detail of human vel interactions that her no remarkable’ is particularly Sunday Times

‘an original story wi th an unusual and many layered background’ The Guardian

Calling a Dead Man

The Great Elephant Chase

The Demon Headmaster Takes Over

s perfectly ‘Rowan the Strange work tiful standas a strangely beau ng short of alone story. It is nothi extraordinary.’ Philip Ardagh, The Guard ian

Have you seen our new website?

‘I couldn’t put this book dow n . . . This is quite possibly the most amazing wo rk of children’s fiction I’ve read in the last two years . . . The characters are absolutely fan tastic, stunningly realised and brought to the pag e with such gusto that I didn’t want it to end’ BookBag

Listen to Julie Hearn talk about Rowan the Strange at www.oxfordchildrens.co.uk/rowanthestrange

Visit www.oup.com/uk/librariesmatter for all the latest titles, competitions, reviews, and free downloads. Click ‘sign up for e-alerts’ to receive a dedicated e-newsletter for school librarians. Or add your email address onto the order form on the back of this leaflet and we’ll sign you up!


Countdown to NEW Disaster Age 7+ IN PAPERBACK
David Burnie
Most people like a good scare, which is why disaster stories make gripping films. But some disasters are so colossal that no film could ever do them justice. They have happened ever since life first appeared on Earth, and another one could strike at any time. From gigantic eruptions to collisions with asteroids, they have the power to devastate life on Earth, or even to wipe it out altogether.


Age 9+

Stewart Ross
Published over forty years since man first walked on the moon, Moon looks at its subject through art, literature and science, and covers the thrilling space race which culminated in Apollo 11’s historic landing.
276x219mm | 128 pages H/b | 978-0-19-911691-1 £14.99 | August 2010

276x219mm | 80 pages P/b | 978-0-19-911714-7 £8.99 | August 2010

Countdown to Disaster explains how these disasters happen, and how likely each kind is to strike. It looks back into the past, showing when they have occurred, and what effect they had. Even more importantly, it looks forward, explaining what would happen if one of these disasters happened today–is there anything we can do?

Fantastic Football
Clive Gifford

Age 7+


The perfect companion to the World Cup and way beyond!
Learn all about the thrill and drama of ‘The beautiful game’: great to play and addictive to watch. This book gives you all the information you need about the world’s top players, victorious teams, most amazing goals, stunning stadiums and greatest games in the year of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. A wealth of information is included on the heroes we adore and the players we love to hate; the up-coming young stars and the well-known ‘old-timers’; the amazing goals and the near-misses; the all-important competitions and the off-pitch dramas.

246x189mm | 64 pages P/b | 978-0-19-911980-6 £7.99 | March 2010


Science Detectives
Mike Goldsmith
A history of the fascinating lives and works of the people whose scientific discoveries changed the way we live today. Many of the most famous scientists in history were eccentric characters, often working against a backdrop of religious or political turmoil, risking ridicule and sometimes even imprisonment all in the name of scientific discovery. Science Detectives inspires readers by showing the very human aspects of these scientific explorers and by investigating the various motivations that drove their work.

Age 9+


Spies and Spying
Clive Gifford

Age 9+


From Cardinal Richelieu’s tireless espionage in the 17th century to the anti-terrorist groups of today, this book is sure to intrigue young readers and future spies! Find out about famous spies, the history of national spy agencies (including the CIA, MI5 and MI6, the KGB and the Stasi), how spies are trained, spy-rings and the tools and techniques of spying. Special ‘case studies’ investigate particularly significant events, such as deciphering the Enigma code in World War II and the Cuban Missile Crisis during the Cold War. Other special features look at the way that spies have been depicted in fiction and on screen. Great Explorers Archaeology Detectives

276x219mm | 128 pages Flexicover | 978-0-19-911974-5 £14.99 | June 2010

276x219mm | 128 pages Flexicover | 978-0-19-911973-8 £14.99 | June 2010

Photos and illustrationsto support the text and help t show the historical contex of various scientific developments

Also Available

The Ultimate Book of Science Age 7+


A fact-filled introduction to science, its basic concepts, principles and practices. A companion volume to The Ultimate Book of Knowledge, covering plants, animals, space, climate, materials, and much more. Young readers will enjoy applying new scientific knowledge to their everyday lives.
246x189mm | 192 pages | P/b 978-0-19-911977-6 | £9.99 | August 2010

Ancient World
Author and Illustrator

Age 8+

Stephen Biesty


Would You Believe…
Richard Platt
jammy jobs

Age 8+

297x210mm | 96 pages P/b | 978-0-19-910965-4 £8.99 | April 2010

IN PAPERBACK Following on from the success of the hardback edition, this is the masterwork by bestselling cross-section specialist Stephen Biesty. Stephen Biesty’s astonishingly detailed cross-sections reveal the splendours of Ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt. Uncover the glories of art, architecture and the minutiae of everyday life. The illustrations are beautifully constructed and teeming with enough detail to keep readers poring over the pages for hours.

Would You Believe bed testers get paid to sleep?! and other
246x189mm | 48 pages | P/b 978-0-19-911986-8 | £6.99 | April 2010


other transport triumphs
246x189mm | 48 pages | P/b 978-0-19-911969-1 | £6.99 | April 2010

Would You Believe two cyclists invented the aeroplane?! and


Would You Believe in Mexico people picnic at granny’s grave?! and other dynastic delights
246x189mm | 48 pages | P/b 978-0-19-911985-1 | £6.99 | April 2010

Would You Believe Vatican City is a country?! and other
metropolitan marvels
246x189mm | 48 pages | P/b 978-0-19-91197-0 | 7£6.99 | April 2010



Oxford English Dictionary for Schools
A fresh new look for our unique secondary school dictionary. Easy to use – find the words you want, fast! Written and designed to ensure it is both age appropriate and beautifully easy to use. See words in action – real examples from the best children’s books show you how it’s done. Example sentences from authors including David Almond, Philip Pullman, William Golding, Anthony Horowitz, Beverley Naidoo, and many more from KS3/4 Framework reading lists as well as other age-appropriate fiction. All the words you need – includes all curriculum words for secondary level. Specifically aimed at KS3 and KS4 across the curriculum, including language panels for project work, cross-curricular vocabulary, and synonyms for overused words.
190x129mm | 928 pages H/b | 978-0-19-911641-6 | £9.99 190x129mm | 928 pages P/b | 978-0-19-911642-3 | £6.99

Age 11+

alisation ‘Clear contextu llow and easy to fo ake this explanations m y English a must for an department.’ ish Scott Oliver, Engl Teacher, London

‘An excellent resource. I think the quotations from real books will help students to connect what goes on in dictionaries with their reading in the classroom.’ Lindsay Navahra, English Teacher, London

Oxford English Thesaurus for Schools Age 11+


Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Age 11+
Our up-to-date, fully comprehensive bilingual dictionaries are complete with verb tables and central colour supplement giving essential phrases, expressions, and cultural information for all secondary level language students.

The must-have thesaurus to help you deliver the KS3 curriculum and new GCSE specifications. Includes writing tips, overused words and word webs to help your students develop their creative writing skills The same format and style as the Oxford English Dictionary for Schools Contains age-appropriate material, linked to the curriculum, to ensure your students have access to words they really need and look for Delivers the new Functional English, helping your students paraphrase and improve their précis skills



Oxford Learner’s French Dictionary

OCR editions also available


190x129mm | 800 pages H/b | 978-0-19-911841-0 | £9.99 | May 2010 190x129mm | 800 pages P/b | 978-0-19-911840-3 | £6.99 | May 2010

Atlases to suit all ages and abilities

Oxford Learner’s German Dictionary
190x129mm | 704 pages | P/b 978-0-19-911645-4 | £8.99

Each Oxford atlas is extensively researched with teachers to ensure it’s ideal for use in schools. Containing accurate and easy-to-read maps in a variety of styles to help students develop their mapping skills.

Oxford Learner’s Spanish Dictionary

Oxford School Atlas
Age 10+

Oxford Student’s Atlas
Age 11+

Atlas Cymru
Age 14+

Atlas of Wales
Age 14+
190x129mm | 704 pages | P/b 978-0-19-911676-8 | £8.99

Skills Workbook Available
292 x 225mm 96 pages| H/b £11.99 P/b £9.99 292 x 225mm See order form for ISBNs See order form for ISBNs 160 pages | H/b £12.99 292 x 225mm | P/b 292 x 225mm | P/b P/b £10.99 88 pages | £9.99 88 pages | £9.99

190x129mm | 704 pages | P/b 978-0-19-911646-1 | £8.99

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Title Fiction A Measle Stubbs Adventure: The Train Set of Terror! A Measle Stubbs Adventure: The Funfair of Fear! A Measle Stubbs Adventure: The Castle of Creepiness How To Survive at Summer Camp Beezus and Ramona: The Trouble with Beezus and Ramona Beezus and Ramona: The Unstoppable Beezus and Ramona The Museum’s Secret: The Remarkable Adventures of Tom Scatterhorn The Hidden World: The Remarkable Adventures of Tom Scatterhorn Hero.com 1: Rise of the Heroes Hero.com 2: Virus Attack Hero.com 3: Crisis Point Hero.com 4: Chaos Effect Villain.net 1: Council of Evil Villain.net 2: Dark Hunter Villain.net 3: Power Surge Villian.net 4: Collision Course Sea Wolf Leopards Claw Koh Tabu The Glass Swallow Wolf Cry Dragonfly The Ship Between the Worlds The Companions Quartet Book 1: Secret of the Sirens The Companions Quartet Book 2: The Gorgon’s Gaze The Companions Quartet Book 3: Mines of the Minotaur The Companions Quartet Book 4: The Chimera’s Curse The Death Defying Pepper Roux Witchfinder Book 1: Dawn of the Demontide Blade Book 1: Playing Dead Blade Book 2: Closing In Blade Book 3: Breaking Free Blade Book 4: Running Scared Blade Book 5: Fighting Back Blade Book 6: Mixing It Blade Book 7: Cutting Loose Blade Book 8: Risking All Rachel Riley Book 1: My So Called Life Rachel Riley Book 2: The Life of Riley Rachel Riley Bind-up Books 1&2: My Double Life Rachel Riley Book 3: The Meaning of Life ISBN 978 019 272970 5 978 019 272971 2 978 019 272972 9 978 019 272992 7 978 019 275521 6 978 019 278997 6 978 019 272084 9 978 019 272086 3 978 019 275543 8 978 019 275545 2 978 019 272925 5 978 019 272969 9 978 019 275544 5 978 019 275546 9 978 019 272924 8 978 019 272968 2 978 019 272902 6 978 019 275612 1 978 019 275604 6 978 019 272762 6 978 019 272761 9 978 019 272760 2 978 019 275483 7 978 019 275460 8 978 019 275461 5 978 019 275462 2 978 019 275463 9 978 019 275603 9 978 019 273190 6 978 019 275484 4 978 019 275485 1 978 019 275558 2 978 019 275559 9 978 019 275598 8 978 019 275599 5 978 019 275600 8 978 019 275601 5 978 019 275526 1 978 019 275527 8 978 019 272921 7 978 019 272833 3 Price £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £9.99 £7.99 £7.99 £6.99 £6.99 £5.99 £6.99 £6.99 £6.99 £5.99 £5.99 £6.99 £6.99 £5.99 £5.99 £6.99 £6.99 £6.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £6.99 £6.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £6.99 £6.99 £8.99 £6.99 Qty Total Rachel Riley Book 4: My (Not-So) Simple Life Rachel Riley: Back to Life Rachel Riley Bind-up Books 3&4: Double Trouble Rachel Riley Book 5: The Facts of Life Where I Belong Calling a Dead Man Tightrope The Great Elephant Chase The Dark Behind the Curtain The Demon Headmaster Takes Over Rowan the Strange Non-Fiction Countdown to Disaster H/b Countdown to Disaster P/b Fantastic Football Moon Science Detectives Spies and Spying Great Explorers Archaeology Detectives The Ultimate Book of Science H/b The Ultimate Book of Science P/b Ancient World Would You Believe bed testers get paid to sleep?! and other jammy jobs Would You Believe...in Mexico people picnic at granny’s grave?! and other dynastic delights Would You Believe... two cyclists invented the aeroplane?! and other transport triumphs. Would You Believe...Vatican City is a country?! and other metroplitan marvels Dictionaries Oxford English Dictionary for Schools H/b Oxford English Dictionary for Schools P/b Oxford English Thesaurus for Schools H/b Oxford English Thesaurus for Schools P/b Oxford Learner’s French Dictionary Oxford Learner’s Spanish Dictionary Oxford Learner’s German Dictionary Atlases Oxford School Atlas H/b Oxford School Atlas P/b Oxford Student’s Atlas H/b Oxford Student’s Atlas P/b Atlas of Wales P/b (English version) Atlas Cymru P/b (Welsh version) 978 019 272834 0 978 019 272922 4 978 019 278992 1 978 019 272923 1 978 019 275554 4 978 019 275588 9 978 019 275589 6 978 019 278993 8 978 019 273163 0 978 019 275389 2 978 019 272920 0 978 019 911693 5 978 019 911714 7 978 019 911980 6 978 019 911691 1 978 019 911974 5 978 019 911973 8 978 019 911678 2 978 019 911680 5 978 019 911777 2 978 019 911977 6 978 019 910965 4 978 019 911986 8 978 019 911985 1 978 019 911969 1 978 019 911970 7 978 019 911641 6 978 019 911642 3 978 019 911841 0 978 019 911840 3 978 019 911645 4 978 019 911646 1 978 019 911676 8 978 019 832700 4 978 019 832699 1 978 019 832581 9 978 019 832580 2 978 019 831901 6 978 019 831900 9 £6.99 £5.99 £8.99 £5.99 £6.99 £6.99 £6.99 £ 5.99 £5.99 £5.99 £6.99 £12.99 £8.99 £7.99 £14.99 £14.99 £14.99 £14.99 £14.99 £14.99 £9.99 £8.99 £6.99 £6.99 £6.99 £6.99 £9.99 £6.99 £9.99 £6.99 £8.99 £8.99 £8.99

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