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While causing mischief on the farm, Lily Goat soon discovers that she has a hidden talent! But when her boasting lands her in trouble, will her farmyard friends come to her rescue?
A boy and a fast-talking terrier glove puppet form a hilarious double act in this warm and funny illustrated novel for readers eight years and older.
Kids from rival Martian colonies must come together to fight for survival in this thrilling new space adventure.
For fans of Nevermoor and Howl's Moving Castle comes an epic fantasy about a foundling girl with the peculiar ability to unlock anything - including the empire's darkest secrets.
Goat is looking at the sky and dreaming of a best friend when she hears a strange squeaking coming from a ball of prickles. It's Hedgehog, and she is crying. This is the beginning of a most unexpected friendship.
Sina loves White Sunday, a special Samoan day to celebrate kids. And this year is going to be the best one ever, complete with family, lots of food and adventure.
Thirteen-year-old Skandar Smith has only ever wanted to be a unicorn rider. But when the mysterious Weaver steals the most powerful unicorn in the world, becoming a rider proves a lot more dangerous than Skandar could ever have imagined.
Ranging across fantasy, adventure, historical, sci-fi and humorous, this collection of stories from Samoa is written in English with basic Samoan words and common phrases.
Omar, the son of a servant, is thrilled when he gets a scholarship to an elite school. But he soon finds out the school weeds out kids like him. Omar Rising is an exciting story about student activism, believing in yourself and fighting for justice.
As bedtime approaches, the grandmothers along Pikitea Street share traditional stories and get lunchboxes ready for their grandkids - blending Māori, Pākehā, Chinese, Indian, Samoan and Ethiopian cultures.
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