Find out everything you could ever want to know about almost every magical
creature ever imagined in this, the third instalment in the hugely popular series
of Element Encyclopedias
Fantastic selection of books including one by Pratchett.
Set in the 1930s, Live the Dream tells the story of three very different people
caught in a tangle of love and hatred that threatens to tear them apart. If
you’ve never read one of Josephine Cox’s touching and dramatic tales
before, don’t miss this irresistible piece of storytelling.
The Stormcaller is ideal for sword and sorcery fans, combining inspired world-building,
epoch-shattering battles and high emotion in a plot that will leave the reader
gasping for more.
Using spells, incantations and a little elbow grease, we’ve conjured
up the twelfth enchanting addition to our bewitching Unseen Library –
special exclusive editions of Terry Pratchett’s most spellbinding stories.
Club favourite and Queen of the ‘What would you do?’ page-turner,
Jodi Picoult, poses the questions in this fascinating and enchanting tale of
love, death and what real life is all about.
From ancient Egypt to modern Wicca and Neo-Paganism, from fairy tales to familiars
and from hags to healers here is a definitive celebration and exploration of
the many facets and traditions of thousands of years of witchcraft.
The legend of the Master Spell Book has been part of our collective imagination
for as long as Witches, Wiccans and other devotees have practised the magical
arts. Now the myth has been made manifest - in this definitive book of spells
that includes a brief history of the basic precepts of magic as well as valuable
insight into the tools of witchcraft.
Allan Ahlberg's Happy Families series has been entertaining new readers for
years, and is as popular as ever. The books are genuinely child-friendly and
encourage a level of confidence and security in the fledgling reader which makes
learning new words and reading longer sentences a doddle.
Wonderfully controlled, and featuring a murder that’s as bizarre as it
is complex, Skin Privilege is a superbly dark and sinister thriller –
and the latest instalment in Karin Slaughter’s bestselling Grant County
Featuring Tolkien’s own inimitable cover art, as well as his illustrative
maps, chronologies, family trees and calendars, the books tell the story of
Sauron, the Dark Lord, who plots dominion over the kingdom of Middle-earth.
To achieve his goal he must have in his possession all the Rings of Power –
and one still eludes him.