The ninth book in Carol Dean’s Granny Ridley Series. In the fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood was lovely, and kind, and sweet. Then along came Granny Ridley dressed in red. That changed the big bad wolf’s mind. Just shows how wrong some fairy tales can be.
The fourth book in Carol Dean’s Granny Ridley Series. Granny Ridley has an appointment at hospital. Brenda and Sylvia, her best friends, go with her. But don’t worry, Granny Ridley knows the way. Or does she?
The eighth book in Carol Dean’s Granny Ridley Series. It’s Christmas Day. Whilst waiting for Granny Ridley to arrive, Jennifer her daughter, entertains the family with tales from Granny Ridley’s past. Who did throw that snowball at the Police? Who was that snow-woman? Granny Ridley’s not saying.
The seventh book in Carol Dean’s Granny Ridley Series. Granny Ridley, Brenda and Sylvia have been looking forward to their weekend away in a caravan in the countryside enjoying ‘Nature’ at its best. What they didn’t consider was the amount of ‘Nature’ they would have in a farmer’s field. And ‘Nature’ was in for a surprise too!
PC Polly has been persuaded to assist the local outdoor museum with an event they are holding. Her role is to work and dress as an old style female Police Officer would have done. After talking to her Mam, who used to be an Officer in the old days, PC Polly feels that she is well prepared to fill the role. But that’s not the case. If things can go wrong for PC Polly, then they will. But never on such a grand scale as this.
This children’s series is about a local female Police Officer who causes mayhem and chaos wherever she goes. Despite being clumsy and always getting it rather wrong, PC Polly always wins in the end. It’s just that she looks like she has been through a battle by the time she’s finished. But’s that’s just the way PC Polly is. Enjoy her attempts at police operations and her close working partnerships with police dogs too. Whatever it is PC Polly shines through. Or she goes home to sulk.
Freddie’s a new ghost. He’s just passed his haunting exams and his first job is in the railway museum. But Freddie is f-f-f-frightened. Find out what is so scary about the railway museum to make Freddie the Ghost so scared.
The first book in Carol Dean’s Charlie Dryden Series. Charlie Dryden loved playing cricket with his brother Keith and best friend Alan. Little did they know that a simple game of cricket in the park could lead to so much adventure.
The third book in Carol Dean’s Charlie Dryden Series. Charlie, Keith and Alan are playing football in the quarry and Charlie trips and falls trying to score a goal. He finds a bone, then a tooth and then the adventure really begins
The fifth book in Carol Dean’s Charlie Dryden Series. Charlie, Keith and Alan find a fabulous place for a den. But so does the Guardian. Has Charlie made a new friend, or has he made an enemy? And the police are closing in....
The second book in Carol Dean’s Charlie Dryden Series. Charlie Dryden decides it’s best to get out from under his Mam’s feet at home otherwise he might get jobs to do. Little did he know that while investigating the outside of the very large West Park Manor, that he would find a note asking for his help. Nor does he realise how important that note turns out to be. Although the note just says “Help me!” Charlie feels he has to do something to find out who needs help. And he does with and unexpected turn of events.
The sixth book in the Charlie Dryden Series. Charlie Dryden and his friends and family love going to the local railway museum. But his convict friend Mr Lambert tries to warn Charlie off going as he knows there is something wrong at the museum. Undeterred Charlie decides to investigate and it’s not long before Charlie discovers that something stinks about the drains. But what and can he find the answers in time?
The seventh book in Carol Dean’s Charlie Dryden Series. It was bad enough that Charlie Dryden and his family had their day at the Roman museum spoilt because someone had decided to steal the Roman Standard of the Fourth Cohort, the Signum, found recently in a farmers field. But little did Charlie know that he would soon become involved with the quest to retrieve the Signum, bringing honour back to the Fourth Cohort, and the thieves to face justice. With the help of his new friend Atticus Marcus Lucius that is.
The fourth book in Carol Dean’s Charlie Dryden Series. On a school trip, Charlie and Alan discover there’s more to Charnwood Abbey than they thought. And it’s not long until they meet the ghost that lives there.....
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