However, Commodore Samuel Hood is still short of ships. The Honourable Mathew Turner is in the Caribbean on a diplomatic mission and whilst in Martinique he falls in love with a local girl but they are forced to part. On reaching the neighbouring island of Saint Lucia, the Royal Navy ask him to document the occupation of the rock for the British press. After eighteen months, a French fleet finally arrives. In a ferocious battle, a handful of British sailors hold them off until their ammunition and water is gone.
This story is based on a real events and to this day there is still evidence of the British occupation. Bestselling author, Larry Jeram-Croft spent thirty years in the British Royal Navy as a helicopter pilot and engineer. Brought up on the books of C. As he was himself a Lynx helicopter pilot during the Falklands war, he decided to start there, using his own extensive knowledge of the conflict. More books have followed.
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Ham, Paul. In this dark fantasy, the Faerie Queen pulls Artemisia into a realm where she is targeted by evil fairies. Naujokaitis, illus. In their first graphic novel adventure, the Rugrats visit an arcade. Schulz, written by Jason Cooper, illus. Snoopy blasts off in this graphic novel. Stine, illus.
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How About a Night Out? An adventurous kitty takes his friends on a nighttime romp in the city. A polar bear cub learns about life in the Arctic. This tale about a young dragon examines how anger affects us and everyone we love.
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I Love My A father and a son star in this book addressing bedtime resistance and nighttime fears. This tale demonstrating key math concepts introduces 10 math-loving chicks. Harrington, illus. Moonshine by Justin Benton Oct. Hello Baby Animals! These introductions to animals feature touch-and-feel inserts. Frankie uses his imagination to face his fear of monsters. Ages 5—7. Oak Leaf by John Sandford Sept.
Poop by Poppy Champignon, illus. Terrible Times Tables by Michelle Markel, illus. Inspired by a Victorian math primer, this book offers a modern take on learning the multiplication tables. Familiar characters star in these concept books. On an undersea adventure, Little Fish spots an array of colors. Ages 1—3. These bilingual books showcase things that are close and far away. A boy devises a game to coax his grieving grandfather to reconnect with the world.
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Looking for Yesterday by Alison Jay Aug. A Day for Skating by Sarah Sullivan, illus. This rhyming story encourages readers to reflect on how they select their favorite things. The hero of The Little Snowplow returns in this tale about a long-awaited first snowfall. Scruff by Simon James Sept. A boy and a dog star in this story about friendship and finding a home. A loving grandfather and his granddaughter share a favorite day of the week: the one they spend together. Tooth Fairy in Training by Michelle Robinson, illus. In this follow-up to April and Esme, Tooth Fairies , the sisters meet a girl arriving from Ghana with a tooth in her pocket.
A friend in need motivates an anxious pup to confront his fear of change. Ages 4—6.