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‘Zog e i medici volante’

In Italian, from 4yo.

Zog, our favourite dragon, is off on in another adventure with the princess and knight doctors. He flies them over the whole kingdom to assist the sick.

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‘Sara, el misterio de niña fantasma’

In Spanish, from 8yo.

Sara is spending the summer at her grandparents. Her cousin Adela will be there too. Adela is 4 years older and knows everything! This year, an uninvited ghost is sharing her bedroom. Sara will investigate why the ghost is restless.

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‘La fete foraine’

In French, from 1yo.

Nono, the little bear, is excited. He is going to go on the Ferris wheel and other rides with his friends. However, he is embarrassed when it is time to get on the ghost train. His friend Owl, reassures him and tells Nono that it is normal to feel scared sometimes.

To find out how Nono overcomes his fears visit

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‘Spanish-English Bilingual dictionary – diccionario escolar’

Bilingual English-Spanish, from 4yo.

This small format dictionary is perfect for young learners to take everywhere with them. It contains 9,000 words and 15,000 definitions. Not overwhelming but informative enough. This dictionary was designed to accompany children during their first years of language learning.

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‘Le système solaire’

In French, from 8yo.

Learn everything about stars, planets, nebulae and moons with this book. It is infirmative and the pictures are beautiful. It is also full on fun facts to make the reading more interactive. The book comes with a DVD of the science TV show ‘C’est pas sorcier’.

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‘Le grandi storie horror. Nel castello di Dracula’

In Italian, from 8yo.

Adam loves reading scary stories. He finds a mysterious book entitled The great horror stories. As soon as he starts browsing the pages, he is be catapulted into the castle of the most famous vampire: Count Dracula!

Find out what happens

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‘Qui veut sauver le caimantoutlan’

In French, from 3yo.

Caïmantoultan is a grumpy alligator. He is always right and spends most of his time sulking. This is not the best way to make friends …

To find out how Caimantoultan makes new friends visit

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‘Guachipira va de viaje’

In Spanish, from 3yo.

Guachipira is a little bird who lives in a tree with all her family. She has never left her tree. One morning, she wakes up and realises that her family is behaving oddly. She must travel to faraway places to finds the plants and flowers that will help her family to recover.

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‘A qué sabe la luna?’

In Spanish, from 1yo.

What does the moon taste like? Well, to find out animals are going to team up together and climb on each other to reach for it. However, the moon thinks it is a game and keeps going further up until she does not think the little mouse can get to her. Little mouse, finally after climbing all the way up of the animal tower, reaches the moon and bite a little bit off to share with her friends.

Cute story about how different animals got together to achieve a common goal. For more information visit

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‘Artemis Fowl’

In French, from 8yo

Artemis Fowl is only 12yo and he is already a criminal genius. He has just discovered that fairies are real.

But these are not the cuddly creatures of bedtime stories. They are armed. They are dangerous. And when Artemis captures Captain Holly Short for her fairy gold, he messes with the wrong elf. Holly isn’t armed but she’s incredibly dangerous, and pretty annoyed with all the kidnapping. Artemis Fowl is about to find out that fairies fight back . .

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