The Hangman's Revolution
Sub title: WARP Book 2
F.B.I. Agent Chevie Savano is trapped in a nightmare future.
Unless she can return to 19th-century London and change the course of history, millions will die.
Luckily she has Riley the boy magician and a Victorian gangster with lovely hair to help her battle two crazed villains, who have brought the military technology of the future back in time - with potentially disastrous consequences.
The stakes are higher than the hangman's noose and only Chevie can save the day. Assuming she can avoid being killed by a couple of psycho warrior-nuns first . . .
Diary of a Wimpy Kid:Do-it-Yourself Book
Now everyone can have their own Wimpy Kid diary! Draw your own Wimpy-Kid-style cartoons, fill in facts and lists, check out the full-colour comics inside and even write your own Wimpy Kid journal, just like Greg.
Now in a brilliant new large format so you can go super-size with all your Wimpy Kid doodles!
Greetings from Wherever You Are
Sub title: A Wimpy Kid Postcard Book
30 Oversized Wimpy Kid postcards featuring all your favourite characters, Zoo-Wee Mama comic strips, and brand new Do-It-Yourself templates. And now fans can send their friends the cheese touch by post!
A must-have for all Wimpy Kid fans.
Sub title: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Book 8
Greg Heffley's on a losing streak. His best friend, Rowley Jefferson, has ditched him, and finding new friends in middle school is proving to be a tough task. To change his fortunes, Greg decides to take a leap of faith and turn his decisions over to chance. Will a roll of the dice turn things around, or is Greg's life destined to be just another hard- luck story?
Perfect for readers of 8+ and also reluctant readers. You can also discover Greg on the big screen in any one of the three Wimpy Kid Movie box office smashes.
Shoot the Bluebird
Sub title: Bollywood Knights 4
He was still a handsome devil. Handsome enough to win the love of one of the prettiest girls he’d ever met. He checked his reflection to see if the jewel case was visible. In the front hall, he turned the switch for the chandelier. He squinted in the harsh light reflected off the mirrors everywhere. ‘Goodbye!’ He called. There was no answer.
A series of mysterious thefts, forbidden love and a tapestry of lies lead to the disappearance of the Bluebird diamond, one of Bollywood’s great unsolved mysteries. Raj, Nagi and Madhuri round up the unusual suspects and help a faded heroine recover her brilliance. Set in the glimmering high life of backstage Bollywood, Mumbai’s darkest secrets are laid bare after more than half a century. But the old adage proves true—be careful what you wish for, because you might just get it.
Shoot the Bluebird, the fourth book featuring the teen detectives from Mumbai’s dazzling film world, the Bollywood Knights, is a suspense thriller studded with lust, lost love and treachery that will keep you guessing until the final, thrilling climax.
The Wild Wisdom Quiz Book
Go wild with the year’s most exciting quiz book!
Who is the head of the elephant family?
a. Matriarch b. Tusker
c. Patriarch d. Elderphant
Which is the only snake that builds a nest?
a. Rattlesnake b. King Cobra
c. Rat snake d. Mamba
If questions like these fascinate you, then this one-of-its-kind quiz book is a must for your bookshelf! Compiled from India’s only national-level quiz on wildlife, this book packs in incredible information on the amazing world of animals and plants. Get a low-down on bizarre animal facts and increase your sense of wonder with some mind-boggling questions on exotic and familiar species.
Peppered with amazing trivia and charming illustrations, this fun and irresistible book is an absolute essential. Use it to test your own knowledge and quiz your friends.
B R Ambedkar: Saviour of the Masses
Sub title: Puffin Lives
The story of the father of the Indian Constitution Born in April 1891into a poor Mahar family, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was a victim of caste discrimination for most of his early life. And while India struggled against the oppressions of British Raj, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, popularly known as Babasaheb, continued his struggle against the oppressions of the Indian caste system, the social discriminations against Dalits in India. He struggled so the underprivileged sections of Indian society could enjoy equal political rights and be treated with equal respect. An Indian jurist, politician, philosopher, anthropologist, historian and economist, Babasaheb was one of the earliest Dalit’s to earn a college degree. He grew to be the principal architect of Indian constitution. He published journals, periodicals, and launched active movements for social and political freedom for India’s Dalit community. Ambedkar, in the later years of his life, turned to Buddhism, preached it and finally made a formal conversion. This book explores the life and times of the independent India's first law minister who fought against the discriminations inflicted by his own countrymen, who lived his life acting only in the interest of people. Payal Kapadia is the author of the very popular Wisha Wozzawriter published by Puffin in 2012. She lives in Bombay
Junior Premier League Vol. 1
The inside stories of India’s most exciting junior cricket league
When twelve-year-old Neel goes to Ranchi for his winter break, he meets Sachin, a local boy who has an amazing new bowling action. Over weeks of practising with each other, Neel realises that Sachin could be the next Sunil Narine or Muralitharan.
Once the vacation is over, Neel returns to Delhi and forgets about Sachin in the excitement of preparing for a place in the Junior Devils, the Delhi team of the first-ever Junior Premier League tournament. But by a quirk of fate, Sachin moves to his aunt’s home in Delhi when his father is transferred out of Ranchi. He finally gets his chance to join Neel in the Junior Devils. What follows is a roller coaster of hope, fear, excitement and disappointment that is the lot of every cricketer. It’s not easy being a JPL star. But for Sachin, Neel and their friends, the journey’s just about to begin.
You can't read, can't write, but you heal fast, even for a witch.
You get sick if you stay indoors after dark.
You hate White Witches but love Annalise, who is one.
You've been kept in a cage since you were fourteen.
All you've got to do is escape and find Mercury, the Black Witch who eats boys. And do that before your seventeenth birthday.
The Best of Tenida
Sub title: Puffin Classics
The humorous escapades of Narayan Gangopadhyay’s immortal character and his ragtag bunch of friends, now in English
The leader of a gang of four, Tenida is a brash, loud-mouthed fellow with a large heart and a gargantuan appetite. Along with the quick-witted Kyabla, the Bangladeshi-accented Habul and the cowardly Pela, Tenida falls headlong into one misadventure after the other, that is, when he is not telling tall tales of his own heroism. Full of wit and old-world charm, The Best of Tenida is dotted with vignettes of life in yesteryear Calcutta.
Featuring five of Narayan Gangopadhyay’s best-known short stories and his timeless novella Charmurti, this English translation introduces one of the most beloved figures in Bengali children’s literature to a wider audience.