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The Suitcase Kid is a well written story about a child dealing with her parents’ divorce.  Hard-hitting and honest, this book will arouse even the hardest  person’s emotions.

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Tom's Midnight Garden is possibly my favourite childhood book. I still vividly remember my heart beating faster when the clock strikes thirteen! An absolute classic.
     

The Class That Went Wild deals with a class and their love for their teacher, their hate for their supply teacher, the loneliness of old age and children’s misunderstanding of it.

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A beautiful and haunting tale, set in the Orkneys, that draws on the Selkie legends. Slightly scary at times but always intriguing. I've re-read this many many times!

     

Written by the author of Anne of Green Gables, the Story Girl is a beautiful romantic book that captures my imagination every time I read it.

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The first part in a children's trilogy by one of my favourite writers for adults. This is about a girl with Mer blood who enters a fantastic underwater world. I'm awaiting the next instalment almost as eagerly as Harry 7!.

     

A wonderfully fictitious story of a small boy who  discovers a magic medicine, ‘accidentally’ shrinks his nasty grandma to nothing, and as Mr Dahl puts it: ‘touches with the very tips of his fingers, the edge of a magic world’.

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A great story by a great writer. Marianne is ill and bored -  she draws a picture and then has a strange dream where she is transported into her own created world. Spooky and impelling, a great read.

     

Nursery rhymes and stories warped into laugh-out-loud nonsense! This is my favourite : "Hey diddle, diddle, the cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon; the little dog laughed To see such fun, And the dish ran away with the chocolate biscuits."

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Another childhood favourite. This is the first in a series of books about little people who live in the secret places in old houses. A fictional world you can really get lost inside.

     
 
 
     

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