An historical novel of high adventure set in the South West of England during the turbulent time of Monmouth's rebellion (1685). It is also a love story told through the life of the young farmer John Ridd, as he grows to manhood determined to right the wrongs in his land, and to win the heart and hand of the beautiful Lorna Doone.
Collector's slipcased edition of the first ever standalone presentation of one of J.R.R. Tolkien's most important poetic dramas, that explores timely themes such as the nature of heroism and chivalry during war, and which features unpublished and never-before-seen texts and drafts.
Freya loves rainbows. She loves their bright colours and their curvy shape. More than anything, she wishes she has one of her very own. She tried to hunt one down, but nothing goes quite to plan. Finally she must use her imagination and creativity to make her wish come true.
Suitable for every five-year-olds to share or read aloud, this title includes seventeen stories, full of adventure and magic, by much-loved writers, including Margaret Mahy, Ted Hughes and Malorie Blackman.