Little Miss Drama

10 to try: Great books for kids

on May 29, 2013

Source: Timeout Dubai


Beauty and the Beast by Michael Morpurgo
A captivating retelling of one of the world’s best-loved stories, from one of the world’s best-loved storytellers.


The Further Tale of Peter Rabbit by Emma Thompson
Peter Rabbit gets all the adventure he was looking for and more as he accidently ends up in a picnic basket on its way to Scotland.


Wake Up Do, Lydia Lou! by Julia Donaldson and Karen George
A cute little ghost and his noisy animal friends try in vain to wake Lydia Lou. Will she ever wake up?


Hippospotamus by Jeanne Wills and Tony Ross
A hilarious story about Hippopotamus and the spotamus she found on her bottomus. One thing’s for sure, it’s not a diseasel.


 Princess Poppy: The Holiday by Janey Louise Jones

Poppy is on holiday and not very happy. When she makes a new friend, things start to look up, but will their love of ice cream and shopping get them into trouble?


Middle School: How I Survived Bullies, Broccoli, and Snake Hill by James Patterson
The latest installment in James Patterson’s terrifically entertaining Middle School series is another riotous and heart-warming story of living large at school.


Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel by Jeff Kinney
A Valentine’s Day dance at Greg’s school has turned his world upside down. The seventh book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series will have the kids in hysterics.


Dodger by Terry Pratchett
Taking Charles Dickens’ Artful Dodger and bringing Victorian London to life around the cheeky character, Terry Pratchett has written a novel that will delight readers.


The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chaniani
An enchanting and somewhat dark fantasy adventure involving two girls who see themselves as good and evil. Perfect for girls who like their fairytales with a twist.


The Power of Five: Oblivion by Anthony Horowitz
The final installment in Anthony Horowitz’s thrilling series. As the 5 gatekeepers struggle to re-group and plan their next move, the malevolent King of the Old Ones gathers his forces in Oblivion.

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