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Bunny vs Monkey Book Two

By Jamie Smart Publisher: David Fickling Books ISBN: 9781910200476 Part of The Phoenix’s success is its blend of stories, from action and adventure through to historical comedy and onto the complete unruly mayhem that is Bunny vs Monkey. Jamie Smart somehow encapsulates everything that is daft and wonderful about the kids’ comics we used to […]

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Troy Trailblazer And The Horde Queen

By Robert Deas Publisher: David Fickling Books ISBN: 9781910200469 Troy Trailblazer And The Horde Queen is a thumping kids’ sci-fi adventure originally presented within the pages of The Phoenix and now collected into a single volume. If you like a bit of Doctor Who, a smidgen of Star Wars, and perhaps even a hint of […]

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The Mystery Of The Crooked Imp: Tales Of Fayt

By Mason & Wyatt Publisher: David Fickling Books ISBN: 9781910200421 David Fickling Books continue to present us with the best tales from the page sof The Phoenix with this new collection, The Mystery Of The Crooked Imp: Tales Of Fayt. Writer Conrad Mason has penned several Tales Of Fayt novels but this story gets the […]

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The Pirates Of Pangaea Book 1

By Hartwell & Cameron Publisher: David Fickling Books ISBN: 9781910200087 This one had me sold a while back when I found out there were dinosaurs in it. Set in the 18th century, a landmass known as Pangaea sits amongst the islands of the Caribbean. It’s unusual in that it’s a land where the dinosaurs never […]

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How To Make Awesome Comics

By Neill Cameron Publisher: David Fickling Books ISBN: 9781910200032 The Phoenix presents another great little collection, this time on the theme of creating your own comics, packed with plenty of tips, tricks and ideas. Aimed squarely at kids (but there’s no reason keen adults won’t reap the rewards of reading too) this is a clever, […]

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Long Gone Don

By The Etherington Brothers Publisher: David Fickling Books ISBN: 9781910200049 Death. It comes to us all. But a sad outcome indeed when you’re still a child and all you’re trying to do is enjoy your soup. When Don Skelton falls victim to an elaborate chain of events that ends with his demise he finds himself […]

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