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CF AUG 104 treehouseThe 104-storey treehouse

by Andy Griffiths

Join Andy and Terry in their wonderfully wild and wacky 104-storey treehouse. You can throw some refrigerators, make money with the money-making machine (or honey if you’d prefer, it makes that too), climb the never-ending staircase, have a bunfight, deposit some burps in the burp bank, get totally tangled up in the tangled-up level, or just take some time out and relax in the beautiful sunny meadow full of buttercups, butterflies and bluebirds. Well, what are you waiting for? Come on up!

  

 

Biscuits, bands and very big plans (Tom Gates #14)CF AUG Biscuits

by Liz Pichon

This book is VERY important because it contains BISCUITS, BANDS and all my (doodled) plans to make DogZombies the BEST band in the world. 

 

 

CF AUG Spelling BeeThe most marvellous spelling bee mystery

by Deborah Abela

India never wanted to enter the Stupendously Spectacular Spelling Bee, but with the encouragement of her town, her family and some newfound friends, she overcame her fears, made it all the way to the grand final at the Sydney Opera House and won! Now that life is returning to normal, a special delivery arrives in Yungabilla, inviting India to the UK for the Stupendously Spectacular International Spelling Bee. But how can India go without her whole family by her side? The Yungabilla community might have a solution!

 

 

 

Non-Fiction

Fantastic footballersCNF AUG Fantastic Footballers

by Jean-Michel Billioud

The greatest goals... The most spectacular saves... The top 40 footballers of all time are here! Learn how these footballers became the best in the field in this book packed with hundreds of incredible facts. Relive Ronaldo's most memorable moments, learn about Messi's legendary left foot, meet the youngest-ever World Cup goal scorer, Pele, and see the some of the most spectacular saves in history. Every player is a winner in their own way, but who will you choose as your hero?

 

CNF AUG Mobile AppBuilding a mobile app : design and program your own app!

by Sarah Guthals

Building a Mobile App offers basic lessons in Android development, designed specifically for kids! Three fun projects walk you through basic coding skills using MIT's App Inventor -- a free, online programming tool that uses a simple block style language that makes coding easy to learn. No long chapters to read, and no homework -- just dive right in! You'll begin with a basic project that shows you how to make an app that works; next, you'll put those skills to work on a photo editing app that takes your skills to the next level. Finally, you'll level up one more time to become a Game Maker- that's right, you'll actually build a mobile game that you can send to your friends! 

  

Updated 29/08/2018