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Description: Sharpe's Escape takes place in the summer of 1810, once again in the Peninsular War. The French are mounting their third and most dangerous invasion of Portugal. Sharpe with his company of redcoats and riflemen meets the invaders on the gaunt ridge of Bussaco. The French are not stopped and the army have to fall back.
Description: Ella loves her kitten, Fluff, and worries about her going missing again. But Fluff is enchanted by being outside, especially when it starts snowing and she has the pretty snowflakes to play with. But suddenly a blizzard sets in and Fluff loses her way - will Ella ever be reunited with her kitten?
Description: Ruby loves playing with Toby and can't wait to take him for proper walks - they'll have such fun! But on an outing to the woods, Toby's curious nature gets the better of him and he runs off in search of adventure. Soon the puppy is lost in the woods, frightened and all alone. Will he ever be reunited with his beloved best friend Ruby?
Description: Originally published: 2021 It begins between the Creation and Noah's Flood, follows the footsteps of the earliest generation of giants from an age when the children of Cain and the progeny of fallen angels walked the earth, to the founding of Britain, England, Wales and Scotland, the birth of Christ, the wars between Britons, Saxons and Vikings, and closes with the arrival of the Normans. These are retellings of medieval tales of legend, landscape and the yearning to belong, inhabited with characters now half-remembered: Brutus, Albina, Scota, Arthur and Bladud among them. Told with narrative flair, embellished in stunning artworks and glossed with a rich and erudite commentary. We visit beautiful, sacred places that include prehistoric monuments like Stonehenge and Wayland's Smithy, spanning the length of Britain from the archipelago of Orkney to as far south as Cornwall; mountains and lakes such as Snowdon and Loch Etive and rivers including the Ness, the Soar and the story-silted Thames in a vivid, beautifu