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  • Diary Of A Minecraft Zombie #7: Zombie Family Reunion

    Zombie’s Entire Family Are Coming Together for their 100th Year Family Reunion.

    Join Zombie and his family on their crazy adventure as they face multiple challenges trying to get to their 100th Year Zombie Family Reunion.

    Will Zombie even make it?

    And if he does, will he be able to handle all of his crazy relatives?

    Jump Into The Adventure and Find Out!

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    George and Harold, and their doubles, Yesterday George and Yesterday Harold, have a good thing going. Two of them go to school, while the other two hide in the tree house and play video games all day — then they switch! But when their malicious gym teacher, Mr. Meaner, creates a method of mind-control that turns their fellow students into attentive, obedient, perfect children, the future of all humanity will be in their hands.

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  • Diary Of A Minecraft Zombie #08: Back To Scare School

    12 Year Old Zombie is Going To the 8th Grade!

    Zombie finally made it through 7th grade…And he even made it through one really crazy summer!

    But will Zombie be able to survive through the first weeks of being an 8th grader in Mob Scare School?

    Jump into this Zany Minecraft Adventure and find out!

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    He defeated the diabolical Dr Diaper. He terminated the terrible talking toilets. Now he’s in for the flight of his life. Can Captain Underpants and his drawers hold up under the pressure for three massive-tentacled space aliens (in disguise) who are on a mission to enslave the whole planet? It’s time to probe a little further and find out in this all new-wedgier alien adventure of Captain Underpants.

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  • Diary Of A Minecraft Zombie #6: Zombie Goes To Camp

    Join 12 year old Zombie, as he faces his biggest fears, and tries to survive the next 3 weeks at Creepaway Camp

    12 year old Zombie prepares himself for his biggest battle ever, as he prepares to face the terrors of Creepaway Camp.

    Are the camp counselors really evil humans in disguise waiting to eat the brains of unsuspecting mob campers?

    Will the camp cafeteria food really come to life and make a meal of the unsuspecting mob kids?

    Zombie knows its real, and he and Steve are preparing themselves for their biggest battle ever.

    Will they survive?

    Jump into the adventure and find out!

    12 year old Zombie prepares himself for his biggest battle ever, as he prepares to face the terrors of Creepaway Camp.

    Are the camp counselors really evil humans in disguise waiting to eat the brains of unsuspecting mob campers?

    Will the camp cafeteria food really come to life and make a meal of the unsuspecting mob kids?

    Zombie knows its real, and he and Steve are preparing themselves for their biggest battle ever.

    Will they survive?

    Jump into the adventure and find out!

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  • Almost Midnight: Two Festive Short Stories

    Two festive short stories by bestselling author Rainbow Rowell, illustrated by Simini Blocker

    Almost Midnight: Two Festive Short Stories by Rainbow Rowell contains two wintery short stories, decorated throughout for the first time with gorgeous black and white illustrations by Simini Blocker.

    Midnights is the story of Noel and Mags, who meet at the same New Year’s Eve party every year and fall a little more in love each time . . .

    Kindred Spirits is about Elena, who decides to queue to see the new Star Wars movie and meets Gabe, a fellow fan.

    Midnights was previously published as part of the My True Love Gave to Me anthology, edited by Stephanie Perkins and Kindred Spirits was previously published as a World Book Day title.

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  • Secret Friends

    A heartbreaking story of the effects of bullying from the multi-award-winning Elizabeth Laird, shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal and reissued with illustrations by Alleanna Harris.

    What’s the good in keeping secrets?

    Secret Friends is a heartbreaking story about friendship and bullying from the multi-award-winning Elizabeth Laird.

    Rafaella doesn’t find it easy to make friends. She looks and feels different from the others at school. And Lucy is the first to tease, the first to call her ‘Earwig’, until they get to know one another and Lucy sees that Rafaella is full of hopes and ideas, just like she is. Lucy loves keeping her own secret friend, until tragedy strikes and secrets can’t be kept any longer.

    Shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal and the Children’s Book Award and reissued with gorgeous illustrations, more than twenty years after first publication, Elizabeth Laird’s moving and unflinching novella brings home the crucial importance of cultivating empathy in young people.

    ‘[A] humane and honest story. It conveys so much, so simply and so well’ Scotsman

    ‘[A] fine weepy with a moral, about the dangers of playground cliquishness and cruelty’ The Sunday Times

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    Whether you’re an agency writer in need of inspiration, a one-woman-band drumming up work from new clients, an established business trying to get more from that mysterious thing called ‘content’, or you simply want to persuade your colleagues to adopt your point of view, this book will help you write better copy.

    It starts with the thinking before the writing, and how to create the all-important Brief. Then it takes you step-by-step from how to write a headline to how to get the response you want from your reader. With examples at every stage, and explanations based on both the author’s 25 years’ experience and recent scientific research, this book will help hone your skills – whether you’re writing websites or press ads, e-zines or direct mail, brochures or blogs, posters or landing pages, emails or white papers.

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  • Revolting Stories For 9 Year Olds

    A collection of disgusting stories sure to delight nine-year-olds, with a brilliant redesigned cover illustrated by Adam Stower.

    Revolting Stories For Nine Year Olds collected by Helen Paiba is a rancidly revolting collection of gross stories that will make any nine-year-old laugh and are perfect for reading time and again.

    With stories from Andy Griffiths, Dick King-Smith, Joyce Dunbar and many more, this book will provide hours of fantastic fun.

    Stories include:

    The Curse of Dogbreath Magroo

    Van Gogh’s Potatoes

    The Fine Art of Wilderness Nutrition

    and Rubbish

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  • Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography

    Drawing on the unique historical sites, archives, expertise, and unquestioned authority of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, New York Times bestselling authors Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón have created the first authorized and exhaustive graphic biography of Anne Frank. Their account is complete, covering the lives of Anne’s parents, Edith and Otto; Anne’s first years in Frankfurt; the rise of Nazism; the Franks’ immigration to Amsterdam; war and occupation; Anne’s years in the Secret Annex; betrayal and arrest; her deportation and tragic death in Bergen-Belsen; the survival of Anne’s father; and his recovery and publication of her astounding diary.

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  • Revolting Stories For 10 Year Olds

    A collection of disgusting stories sure to delight ten-year-olds, with a brilliant redesigned cover illustrated by Adam Stower.

    Revolting Stories For Ten Year Olds collected by Helen Paiba is a rancidly revolting collection of gross stories that will make any ten-year-old laugh and are perfect for reading time and again.

    With stories from Andy Griffiths, Dick King-Smith, Joyce Dunbar and many more, this book will provide hours of fantastic fun.

    Stories include:

    School Dinners

    Best Before

    The Veldt

    Of Polymuf Stock

    and Spaghetti Pig-Out!

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  • The Unofficial Ultimate Harry Potter Spellbook

    The Unofficial Ultimate Harry Potter Spellbook is a beautiful, elegantly designed reference that details all of the known spells cast in the Harry Potter films, books, video games and card games, as well as official Harry Potter spinoffs, such as Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

    Each spell is given its own entry including spell name, pronunciation details, a description of the spell effect, spell casting methods, wand movements, hand movements and vocalizations, plus primary sources in which the spell was used. Readers will also find trivia related to each spell, such as who it was used against, what the outcome was, or what a spell’s unusual history might be.

    There are more than 200 spells in all, plus suggestions for strategic spell use and methods for creating origianl spells.

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  • How to: Be a Better Leader

    Become the leader you’ve always wanted to be with this essential guide, and learn how the latest research can help you lead your team effectively for the best possible creativity and productivity.

    We know that businesses and organisations expect people at all levels to show initiative and display good leadership qualities, but to put this into practice is easier said than done. This book will show you how you can become a better leader, whether you’re already in charge of a large team, or you’re paving the way for your future career.

    How to Be a Better Leader is designed to help you truly understand what it means to be a leader, as well as what good and bad leadership look like. Stefan Stern investigates the different ways in which men and women lead – and, crucially, how we can get nearer to genuine equality at work. He also highlights the language of leaders, and gives examples from around the world of different prominent leaders from business and politics, including Jeff Bezos, Indra Nooyi, Winston Churchill and Rosa Parks.

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    Thomas Bernhard’s Old Masters has been called his “most enjoyable novel” by the New York Review of Books. It’s a wild satire that takes place almost entirely in front of Tintoretto’s White-Bearded Man, on display in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, as two typically Viennese pedants (serving as alter egos for Bernhard himself) irreverently, even contemptuously take down high culture, society, state-supported artists, Heidegger, and much more. It’s a book built on thought and conversation rather than action or visuals. Yet somehow celebrated Austrian cartoonist Nicholas Mahler has brought it to life in graphic form—and it’s brilliant. This volume presents Mahler’s typically minimalist cartoons alongside new translations of selected passages from the novel. The result is a version of Old Masters that is strikingly new, yet still true to Bernhard’s bleak vision, and to the novel’s outrageous proposition that the perfect work of art is truly unbearable to even think about—let alone behold.

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  • Love in Lutyens' Delhi

    A sparkling love story with a difference.

    Akriti ‘Akku’ Patel and Sanjay ‘Sanju’ Saran become friends in kindergarten, lovers in college, and then hit the real world. With both parents in the Civil Services, Sanju’s world is one of power, privilege and entitlement. Akku, on the other hand, is brought up by a single mother – a distinguished surgeon widowed very young – and an aunt who is a smart and sassy books editor with commitment problems.

    Sanju’s mind is in turmoil as he chooses to abandon his youthful plans and, like his parents, looks to the Civil Services for what he thinks will be a meaningful career. Meanwhile, Akku, armed with a BTech from IIT, is jetting off to sunny California, land of systems design and fun-loving computer geniuses.

    Will their love survive the distance? Or will the compulsions of Lutyens’ Delhi stand in the way of their togetherness?

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    How to achieve extraordinary results with class
    How can you improve your leadership results beginning right now? The First Two Rules of Leadership: Don’t be Stupid, Don’t be a Jerk provides a clear path to increased results and higher job satisfaction for the leader and the people he is leading. Written for the leader who wants to do great things, but is overwhelmed with the complexities of leading, it is a book with a very simple message: think your decisions through and take care of your team.

    Written by bestselling author David Cottrell, The First Two Rules of Leadership: Don’t be Stupid, Don’t be a Jerk offers tried-and-true leadership strategies that stand the test of time—all of which you can put into practice today to positive results. The principles discussed apply to businesses in every industry, as well as schools, hospitals, churches, and even homes. By following the two rules outlined in the book’s title, you’ll improve morale, decrease turnover, increase your own job satisfaction, and have a whole lot more fun leading.

    Lead with confidence and class
    Make better decisions and develop synchronization on your team
    Coach smart, deal with poor performers, and focus on what’s really important
    Listen to your team, encourage positive performance, and attack complacency
    You can lead your team to achieve extraordinary results! The First Two Rules of Leadership: Don’t be Stupid, Don’t be a Jerk gives you the expert tips and tricks you need to treat your team with dignity and respect—so you can all enjoy the benefits of winning with class.

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    This play by renowned poet and political activist Aime Césairerecounts the tragic death of Patrice Lumumba, the first prime minister of the Congo Republic and an African nationalist hero. A Season in the Congofollows Lumumba’s efforts to free the Congolese from Belgian rule and the political struggles that led to his assassination in 1961. Césaire powerfully depicts Lumumba as a sympathetic, Christ-like figure whose conscious martyrdom reflects his self-sacrificing humanity and commitment to pan-Africanism. Born in Martinique and educated in Paris, Césaire was a revolutionary artist and lifelong political activist, who founded the Martinique Independent Revolution Party. Césaire’s ardent personal opposition to Western imperialism and racism fuels both his profound sympathy for Lumumba and the emotional strength of A Season in the Congo. Now rendered in a lyrical translation by distinguished scholar Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Césaire’s play will find a new audience of readers interested in world literature and the vestiges of European colonialism.

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