KS2: Buzz Books Autumn 2019

Stock up on this season's essentials. Which do you think will be the most borrowed in your school?

How To Be Extraordinary by Rashmi Sirdeshpande, Annabel Tempest

This picture book is bursting with illustrations and the true life-stories of people from around the world and throughout history, including: Aeham Ahmad, David Attenborough, Mo Farah, Keiko Fukuda, Stephen Hawking, Frida Kahlo, Abdul Kalam, Judith Kerr, Wangari Maathai, Nelson Mandela, David Nott, Michelle Obama, Krystyna Skarbek, Alan Turing, Sau Lan Wu

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball by Jeff Kinney

In book 14 of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series an unexpected inheritance gives the Heffley family a chance to make major improvements to their home. But they soon find that construction isn't all it's cracked up to be. When things get rough, will the Heffleys be able to stay . . . or will they be forced to move?

The Christmasaurus and the Winter Witch by Tom Fletcher, Shane Devries

Written by multi-talented author Tom Fletcher, the sequel to his instant classic The Christmasaurus is finally here. It doesn't get much cooler than the North Pole, dinosaurs and a Winter Witch playing around with time . . . and it's all brought to life with detailed illustrations throughout.


Frostheart by Jamie Litter

Ash must board the  Frostheart, a sleigh packed full of daring explorers  if he's to find his family. Bursting with brilliant illustrated characters, heart-stopping adventure and tons of laughs, this magical tale is perfect for fans of NevermoorFrozen and How to Train Your Dragon!

Top Marks for Murder by Robin Stevens

Thrilling mysteries, and a detective duo like no other. Move over, Holmes and Watson, because Wells and Wong are on the case. A Murder Most Unladylike is a must-read series for fans of detective and school stories. In this new story the detectives return to Deepdean where a weekend of celebrations is about to be interrupted by a shocking incident in the woods.

The Tyrant's Tomb (The Trials of Apollo) by Rick Riordan

The Greek gods are back, causing havoc in modern America. This time it’s a teenage Apollo trying to deal with it all. Any true Percy Jackson fan NEEDS to get this because the latest book in the series returns to the infamous Camp Jupiter (via San Francisco, of course)