Terry Pratchett's brilliant books for young folk and the young at heart, with an incredible cast of characters including Feegles, witches, talking rats and tiny people who live in a carpet!! Begin their Discworld adventure with Where's My Cow, then graduate to the Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents, or join the Wee Free Men for bewitching adventures in the Tiffany Aching Series. There are lots of non-Discworld books to enjoy too, including the Bromeliad trilogy, Johnny Maxwell adventures and short-story collections such as the Witch's Vacuum Cleaner and Father Christmas's Fake Beard plus books for teens including Nation and Dodger!
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Join Terry Pratchett's unusually smart alley cat and his troupe of tap-dancing, absailing, trap-thwarting rodents as they seek their fortune in Bad Blintz. However, as they tackle the sewers beneath this starving town, aided and abetted by a stupid-looking kid called Keith, our plucky heroes soon discover the dastardly deeds of the local rat catchers, and...
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The complete collection of Terry Pratchett's Tiffany Aching series, bound in beautiful hardback covers with illustrations by Paul Kidby! From the Wee Free Men, to Terry's last book The Shepherd's Crown, join 'The Big Wee Hag' and a cast of Feegles, bad fairies, and fellow witches for adventures on Discworld!
Terry Pratchett ventures into video games, and so does protagonist Johnny Maxwell - 'The Hero with a Thousand Extra Lives!' This latest paperback edition features cover illustration by Mark Beech, the artist behind the covers for Dragons at Crumbling Castle, The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner, Father Christmas's Fake Beard and the most recent editions of The...
Join Tiffany Aching in Terry Pratchett's last Discworld book, with new cover artwork and illustration by Laura Ellen Anderson! Terry Pratchett's plucky heroine must make a last stand against elfkind in her fifth and final adventure!
Join Tiffany Aching in her fourth Discworld Adventure, with gorgeous new cover artwork and illustration by Laura Ellen Anderson! Terry Pratchett's heroine is growing up, and growing to realise how difficult a witch's work can be!