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Eco-Wolf and the Three Pigs (Seriously Silly Stories)
Author: Laurence Anholt
Publisher: Orchard, 1999.
Call No.: JS ANH
Summary: Eco-Wolf loves nature. He gets along with the animals and always does his best to protect the environment. However, when three nasty pigs move in, Eco-Wolf’s beautiful home is in danger. The pigs pollute and destroy everything! What will Eco-Wolf do to save his home?
The Castle in the Field (Little Gems)
Author: Michael Morpurgo
Publisher: Barrington Stoke, 2013.
Call No.: JS MOR
Summary: Chris, Lisa and Tom have the best secret hideout ever – a castle. However, as the castle stands on grouchy Old Rafferty’s land, it does not truly belong to them. Old Rafferty hates children, so the trio have to figure out how to visit their favourite hideout without getting into trouble with him.
The Worst Witch and the Wishing Star (Worst Witch, Book 7)
Author: Jill Murphy
Publisher: Puffin, 2013.
Call No.: JS MUR
Summary: Mildred Hubble is the worst witch at Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches. As a result, she is utterly surprised when her wish for a puppy comes true. However, dogs are not allowed at the Academy and Mildred has to hide her new pet away from her friends and the very scary Miss Hardbroom.
Maddie Makes Friends
Author: Ho Lee-Ling
Publisher: Housing & Development Board, 2014.
Call No.: J SING HO
Summary: During the school holidays, Maddie goes over to live with her grandfather. Although everyone loves her grandfather, they do not seem to like her. How can Maddie become friends with her neighbours?
Otter Chaos!: Dam Busters (Awesome Animals)
Author: Michael Broad
Publisher: HarperCollins Children’s Books, 2013.
Call No.: JS BRO
Summary: When inconsiderate beavers move into the river and build a large dam, the otters find that their supply of crayfish is cut off. However, when a mountain lion threatens their habitat, both the otters and beavers must work together to protect their home.
Zeke Meeks vs the Big Blah-rific Birthday (Zeke Meeks)
Author: D. L. Green
Publisher: Picture Window Books, 2013.
Call No.: JS GRE
Summary: Zeke is turning nine and he is not looking forward to it. Being a year older does not mean a later bedtime or a bigger allowance. It only means more chores to do. On top of that, some of his schoolmates are throwing their own birthday bashes too. Will Zeke’s birthday party match up against theirs?
Happy Birthday, Oliver Moon (Oliver Moon, Junior Wizard)
Author: Sue Mongredien
Publisher: Usborne, 2008.
Call No.: JS MON
Summary: It is Oliver’s birthday and he has made two lists. The first list includes everyone whom he would like to invite. The second contains all the mean people whom he does not want to invite. When his mother accidentally invites everyone on the mean list, Oliver is horrified. Will Oliver be able to save his birthday party before it is ruined?
Birthday Fun (Willow Valley, Book 1)
Author: Tracey Corderoy
Publisher: Scholastic Children’s Books, 2012.
Call No.: JS COR
Summary: When Riley receives an explorer’s kit from his family for his birthday, he uses it to search for buried treasure. However, trouble stirs when Riley finds something that he should not have.
Brandon’s Birthday Surprise (Cloverleaf Books. Holidays and Special Days)
Author: Lisa Bullard
Publisher: Millbrook, 2012.
Call No.: JP 394.2 BUL
Summary: Brandon is planning a special birthday surprise for his mother! While preparing for the bash, Brandon finds out more about the different types of birthday traditions from all around the world.
Friendliness (Values to Live By)
Author: Cynthia Amoroso
Publisher: The Child’s World, 2014.
Call No.: JP 179 AMO
Summary: Sometimes, all it takes is a little smile to make new friends. Learn how being friendly can make a big difference in people’s lives and the world a better place.
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