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These are the current bestsellers at our Royal Festival Hall branch:

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Gangsta Granny
(Paperback)
David Walliams
 
Another hilarious and moving novel from bestselling, critically acclaimed author David Walliams, the natural successor to Roald Dahl.
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May Contain Nuts
(Paperback)
Jonathan Meres
 
Norman knew it was going to be one of those days when he woke up and found himself about to pee in his dad's wardrobe.
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Summer's Dream
(Paperback)
Cathy Cassidy
 
Summer has always dreamed of dancing, and when a place at ballet school comes up, she wants it so badly it hurts. Middle school ends and the holidays begin, but...
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Eight Keys
(Paperback)
Suzanne LaFleur
 
Eleven-year-old Elise feels stuck. Her school locker-buddy squashes her lunch and laughs at her, every day. She doesn't want to go to school - and her best friend Franklin just...
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The Queen's Knickers
(Paperback)
Nicholas Allan
 
It's a busy year for the Queen - she has lots of important events to attend. Meanwhile, a little girl is wondering what knickers. Her Majesty will choose to wear...
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