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NEW JUNIOR & MIDDLE FICTION
When seven strangers arrive at a small Australian caravan park to tell Hadley Boggs that her dad is the long-lost heir to the kingdom of Ludrovia, she can hardly believe it.
Sonal needs to capture a great family picture for her school photography project but it's impossible when everyone's always so busy! Luckily they're heading off on a family camping trip which should provide lots of great photo opportunities …
Hex never meant for the girl to follow him into the woods. He never meant for her to fall off the rope swing and break her arm. When the finger of blame is pointed at him, Hex runs deep into the woods ...
Twelve-year-old Amari is a Junior Agent at the Bureau of Supernatural Investigations, where she deals with all kinds of weird and wonderful creatures and has a weredragon as a roommate.
It's the Second World War and Himmler's Lebensborn Program is in full flight when eight-year-old Zofia Ulinski is kidnapped by the Germans.
When Mab's teacher gives her a book all about Victorian fairies, she's surprised to see the drawings inside are nothing like the sweet fairies she imagined. But the biggest surprise of all is a tiny thing that tumbles out of the pages of the book...
The world of Colony is in ruins. No one knows what caused society to tear itself apart - but the secret may lie with Cora, a girl who possesses the power to see back in time.
Willa's best old-age friend Frank hates birthdays, but that's not going to stop her from throwing him the greatest surprise party ever!
When Shelby and Davy climb through a hole in the perimeter fence to venture into the jungle, what they find is more astonishing than they could have imagined.
In the paw-sizzling heat of summer, Wombat and Roo need to cool their toasted toes. They find themselves on a beautiful beach with more than enough ocean for everyone.
Stuck on a remote farm with her awful aunt, twelve-year-old orphan Ruth spends every night gazing at the stars, dreaming of adventure...
Annie Shearer lives in the country town of Upson Downs with her best friend, an adopted stray dog called Runt. The two share a very special bond.
When Emma starts sixth grade, things finally begin to change. She may still be in the shadow of her older brother, Austin, the popular high school quarterback, but she's made artsy new friends who get her.
What is it that makes you want to read a book? Have you ever thought about how it feels to be a book? To be left under a whiffy pant pile or shelved, forever collecting dust?
n 1871, the market is the loud, smelly, marvellous heart of Melbourne, and Billy is delighted to work at the book stall there for the eccentric Mr Cole.
Dusty has grown up hearing whispers about her mysterious aunt Meg, who went off to live 'out wild' and never returned.
When Athelbert Fan is thrown in jail for thievery, his daughter, Penny, is convinced he has been framed. Someone else must have stolen the gold cup from the crabby magistrate's home and put it in with her father's tools.
t is early morning when eleven-year-old Julie Sweet and her six-year-old sister, Martha, find the baby on the steps of the new children's library in Belle Beach, Long Island.
Meet Marge, the mischievous babysitter with rainbow hair who loves to make a mess and bend the rules. At dinnertime Chef Marge cooks up chocolate soup, and at school Marge the Musician conducts a chaotic concert in the playground!
When the DogAid music festival arrives in Dogtown, the Underdogs are called in to help rock legend Mick Wagger of the Rolling Bones!
Finally summer has arrived and Lottie has big plans - scrolling through Instagram, dreaming about mega-crush Daniel and sunbathing by the pool on their family holiday to France. Then Lottie meets new crush Antoine.
Callie, Ted, Zara and Nico are best friends. More than friends, they're like family to each other. But since being embarrassed at school in a practical joke gone wrong, Ted has stopped talking to the rest of the gang.
It's the start of 2020 and Harper is filled with anticipation about being in the final year of Riverlark Primary. She wants a leadership role, the comfort of her friendship group, and to fly under the radar of Riverlark's mean-boy. But one by one things go wrong.
A bullied boy who is granted nine wishes embarks on a hilarious and heart-warming journey of discovery about the things that can really turn his life around.
Fred's life has fallen apart, and now she can't imagine ever putting her skates on again. On a road trip to Melbourne with her dad, Fred meets a bunch of people who think they know what's best for her.
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