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Diary Of A Minecraft Wimpy Zombie
It's a world where the zombies hate humans, until the tables are turned...
Z is a zombie who has never really fit in with the monster crowd. Although he has fun with his friends, he wonders if there is more to the world than what he has always been told.
He may not be the most popular zombie in school, but Z is about to be the big man on campus.
When he gets a gig at the school newspaper, his stories portraying humans as likable start to get attention. The only problem is, not all of that attention is good. After hearing a mysterious warning from his brother R, Z is taken aback when he runs into trouble at school with some of the older kids who don't like his writing. But the real surprise comes when Z actually meets a real life human.
Are humans really that bad? Find out when you read "Middle School"
Delightfully entertaining and laugh out loud funny, this book will be sure to capture any child's attention, even those who don't like to read.
Diary Of A Minecraft Wimpy Zombie
When monsters celebrate Christmas it's time to wreck the halls...
It's Christmas - time to party, and fun-loving young zombie Z is not about to disappoint! Z, monster friends Trevor, Bonnie and human boy Steve are ready to cut loose, have fun and feast on loads of pizza. Z isn't completely off the clock though, his classmates are waiting for his next piece in the school newspaper, and Z isn't about to disappoint them either.
From learning how to ice skate, to sledding, to a festive New Year's party, there's fun around every corner for Z and his buddies. Even Z's moody older brother R seems to be in the spirit of things, and there's still one last bash waiting for the the young friends!
What Christmas adventures are waiting for Z and the crew? Time will tell when you read "Monster Christmas"
Non-stop adventure and fun, "Monster Christmas" is the perfect holiday pick for your little human.
The Knight Craft Book
If you have an aspiring knight, whose dream would be to don sword, shield, helmet, and gauntlets to slay a dragon, then this is the craft book for you. With 15 heroic and daring projects, even the most reluctant of crafters will be keen to get stuck in. With cutting, sticking, painting, and cooking, you can create a prince's exciting world of castles, catapults and crowns. Also with ideas on cake and nibbles for a medieval banquet, the fun carries on long after the craft kit has been packed away. Projects include: Jousting Horse, King's Crown, Sword and Scabbard, Duct Tape Shield, Dragon Cape, Knight's Helmet, Bow, Cardboard Fort, Knight's Tabard, Shoebox Catapult.
About the Authors
Laura Minter and Tia Williams are two creative mums based in Brighton, UK. They started Little Button Diaries, their crafting and baking blog, in 2013. They have won Best Craft Blog at the 2014 Mum and Dad (MAD) Blog Awards and a 2015 Brilliance in Blogging award in the crafts section. Laura and Tia also write craft tutorials for craft superstore Hobbycratt and work on blog projects with high-street stationers Paperchase.
Love Letters To A Paper City
Can we love a place as we love a person? Is it possible for a city-naked and vulnerable-to offer itself to us as a lover might? This collection of poems explores the relationship between humans and geography, that tender geography where history, myth and sense of place merge in a flash of understanding. Whether we find ourselves in a bakery, church, factory or alley, alone or with others, these poems invite us to experience what is both present and possible. Love Letters to a Paper City may resonate especially for readers who grew up with myths and fables, as each poem suggests a much larger story. Although the imagery is quite specific to the poet's beloved Paper City, once we enter the gate all of us will recognize ourselves--and each other-as neighbors. Paper City is a real place, one of the first planned industrial cities in the nation and a hub of 19th century New England papermaking and silk production. It exists clearly on historical and present day maps of western Massachusetts. But it is not location the poet wants us to understand, but a sense of place that can only be known through memory, and felt as myth.
Find out how this Minecraft detective solves the mystery of the committed murder in town
A killing has been made. The victim is a woman in her mid-fifties. Everyone is puzzled, and it's up to detective Stalfoid to learn who did it. He questions people all over the village, but as he goes on, he discovers that he didn't know as much about the family bonds in this seemingly quiet, peaceful Minecraft village. He is surprised when he connects the dots, and so should you. Engage in this thrilling Minecraft mystery story and pay attention when the truth gets unraveled.
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