The Fabulous Cakes of Zinnia Jakes: The Tumbling Tortoises
Zinnia Jakes has won the Wildside Zoo’s endangered animals competition with her cute tortoise cupcake idea! But when she does more research about tortoises, one of her classmates starts asking too many questions… Can Zinnia Jakes remain the secret pastry chef everyone loves?
The Fabulous Cakes of Zinnia Jakes:
The Crumbling Castle
When Zinnia Jakes gets a new pastry order for a special medieval crumbling cake, she has no idea where to start! It needs to be ready in less than a day for the school fair and the clock is ticking. Will she deliver it on time and remain the undercover secret pastry chef everyone talks about?
Miss Eliza Flowerdew can nearly touch the ceiling
Written by Brenda Gurr, illustrated by Hélène Magisson
Lucy’s mum is taller than her.
Her grandad is even taller.
So Lucy longs to take a peek at the very elderly Miss Eliza Flowerdew — at her age  – she might even be able to touch the ceiling!
This is a magical story that explores how we can make incorrect assumptions about people, particularly the elderly. Along with Lucy, children will discover the rich experiences that make up a long life, the importance of memories, and how the most unlikely friendships can be formed.
Monster Sharks: Megalodon and Other Giant Prehistoric Predators of the Deep brings real-life sea monsters back from extinction and up from the ocean depths!
Did you know that the prehistoric mega-shark called Megalodon was thirty times larger than a great white shark? If Megalodon were still alive, it would be able to destroy entire boats and swallow people whole! This nightmare-inducing shark continues to fascinate–and horrify!–shark fans everywhere.
Monster Sharks: Megalodon and Other Giant Prehistoric Predators of the Deep brings to the surface everything there is to know about this famed monster and explores other giant sea monsters from the past, including Tylosaurus (the deadliest marine hunter of its time) and the Elasmosaurus (a swimming reptile with a neck four times longer than a giraffe.)