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City of Lost Souls
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Cassandra Clare
This title is a follow-up to the international number one bestseller "City of Fallen Angels".
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The Claws of Evil
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Andrew Beasley
Welcome to Victorian London: the home of the Artful Dodger, Sherlock Holmes... and Ben Kingdom, cocky street urchin - and the saviour of mankind. Unknown to mere mortals...
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Weasels
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Elys Dolan
Find out how the weasels' dastardly plans for world domination are foiled in this hilarious, off-the-wall debut picture book from a shiny new star in the children's book firmament.
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Colin Fischer
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Ashley Miller; Zack Stentz
A lot of the world is a mystery to Colin - he can't read his classmates' expressions without looking at a chart, the colour blue is really off-putting and he...
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