Top New Picks in Our May Book Club!

Our May Book Club has finally arrived, and we’ve got some brilliant new spring reads for your children, whatever their age or interest! You can browse the selection online or, if you’re a teacher, you can set up a school group order and run a book club for your class – take a look here for all the information you need.

Whenever we begin a new book club, we always try and include the best and most exciting new releases, as well as classic picks from favourite authors. To help you narrow down your wishlist, we’ve put together our six favourite new books in this club – sorted by mini (0-7 years), XD (7-11 years) and teen (11+).

Mini – 0-7 years

The Best Pirate by Sue Mongredien
Can the smallest pirate be the best pirate? Find out in this sweet and funny picture book, which comes with lots of lovely playtime extras. Perfect if you’re small – but also really useful!

Pig the Winner by Aaron Blabey
A funny triumph! Who says cheating is for losers? Pig the wicked pug thinks it’s great. He gets first prize for being the biggest cheater ever. He loves winning – whatever it takes! But when he goes up against Trevor the sausage dog, will he end up learning a hard lesson?

XD – 7-11 years

Tom Gates Super Good Skills by Liz Pichon
The new Tom Gates book has FINALLY arrived, and you can save £5 by pre-ordering it now. Tom, Delia and the whole Gates family are off on holiday to the most boring campsite ever. How will Tom avoid dying of the yawns? Well, LUCKILY your favourite creative genius hero has come up with a totally AMAZING book of holiday stuff to do!

The Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Dog by Jeremy Strong
Hair extensions. Fur dye. Massive sunglasses. Streaker the dog is back, but not as you know her! Have you seen Streaker lately? No? Look again. Yes, that IS her over there. Yes: that dog looking really silly, with the weirdest fur-do ever. What on earth happened…? Read on to find out!

Teen – 11+

The Bubble Boy by Stewart Foster
Ever get bored of the view from your life? Joe only has one view from his hospital room. Beeping machines, London rooftops. It might as well be a prison. Joe never gets out. Hardly anyone ever gets in. His world is a sealed bubble. Until now…

The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
Andie’s got the future sorted. Study plans? A top-tier medical school. Family? Avoid Dad as much as possible (not hard, since he’s never around). Friends? Palmer, Bri and Toby – pretty much the most awesome people on the planet. Romance? No one’s worth more than three weeks. So it’s no surprise she’s got her summer all planned out. Until a shock crisis tears her entire rulebook up. What now…?

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