Brandon T. Snider
Adventure Time – Hero Time with Finn and Jakeby: Brandon T. Snider
In this ultimate guide to the lives of Finn the Human and Jake the Dog, Adventure Time’s most epic duo provides all the instructions needed to rescue princesses, explore deadly dungeons, and save the world from unspeakable evil. Finn the Human and Jake the Dog are on the scene to defeat evil and school the […]
In this ultimate guide to the lives of Finn the Human and Jake the Dog, Adventure Time’s most epic duo provides all the instructions needed to rescue princesses, explore deadly dungeons, and save the world from unspeakable evil. Finn the Human and Jake the Dog are on the scene to defeat evil and school the world on the art of coming to the rescue. Hero Time by Finn and Jake is the last word on saving the world from unspeakable evil.
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Twilight tempted the imagination . . . New Moon made readers thirsty for more . . . Eclipse turned the saga into a worldwide phenomenon . . . And now – the book that everyone has been waiting for . . . Breaking Dawn.In the much anticipated fourth book in Stephenie Meyer’s love story, questions will be answered and the fate of Bella and Edward will be revealed.
- Corduroy by: Don Freeman £4.33Add to basket
Corduroy has been on the department store shelf for a long time. Yet as soon as Lisa sees him, she knows that he’s the bear she’s always wanted. Her mother, though, thinks he’s a little shopworn-he’s even missing a button! Still, Corduroy knows that with a bit of work, he can tidy himself up and be just the bear for Lisa. And where better to start than with a quick search through the department store for a new button!
- Since You’ve Been Gone by: Morgan Matson £7.37Add to basket
A perfect summertime read for fans of John Green, Stephanie Perkins, and Sarah Dessen: It was Sloane who yanked Emily out of her shell and made life 100% interesting. But right before what should have been the most epic summer, Sloane just…disappears. All she leaves behind is a to-do list. On it, thirteen Sloane-inspired tasks that Emily would normally never try. But what if they could bring her best friend back?Apple picking at night? Okay, easy enough.Dance until dawn? Sure. Why not?Kiss a stranger? Um… Emily now has this unexpected summer, and the help of Frank Porter (totally unexpected), to check things off Sloane’s list.Who knows what she’ll find? ‘Some books leave a very real mark on you and Since You’ve Been Gone is one of those utterly brilliant books’ – The Guardian ‘A winning blend of touching moments, memorable characters and situational humor takes readers to a surprising revelation at the story’s end.’ – Kirkus Reviews ‘Morgan Matson is the epitome of YA contemporary.’ – Ariel Bissett, Booktuber and blogger
- Death Bringer by: Derek Landy £7.84Add to basket
Meet Skulduggery Pleasant: detective, sorcerer, warrior. Oh yes. And dead. The Necromancers no longer need Valkyrie to be their Death Bringer, and that’s a Good Thing. There’s just one catch. There’s a reason the Necromancers don’t need her any more – because they’ve found their Death Bringer already, the person who will dissolve the doors between life and death. And that’s a very, very Bad Thing…
- A Monster Calls : Winner of the Carnegie Medal 2012, the Kate Greenaway Medal 2012 and the the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis 2012, category Preis der Jugendljury by: Siobhan Dowd £8.25Add to basket
The bestselling novel and major film about love, loss and hope from the twice Carnegie Medal-winning Patrick Ness. The monster showed up just after midnight. As they do. But it isn’t the monster Conor’s been expecting. He’s been expecting the one from his nightmare, the one he’s had nearly every night since his mother started her treatments, the one with the darkness and the wind and the screaming… This monster is something different. Something ancient, something wild. And it wants the most dangerous thing of all from Conor. It wants the truth. Patrick Ness takes the final idea of the late, award-winning writer Siobhan Dowd and weaves an extraordinary and heartbreaking tale of mischief, healing and above all, the courage it takes to survive.