Monthly Archives: October 2017

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  1. The Trick by Kate Ormand

    The Trick by Kate Ormand

    Posted on: Oct 31, 2017
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    They watched him in the darkest part of the night.

    They watched him in the lightest part of the day.

    He would be easy to take.

    No one would know he was gone — until it was too late.

    The stories say that fairies can't be seen by those who don't believe. But what if they want to be found?

  2. New series announcement

    New series announcement

    Posted on: Oct 09, 2017
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    Coming soon, a spooktacular, spine-chilling series for reluctant teenage readers!

    We all know that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover but the illustrations on the six new Papercut titles are extraordinary. If they don't capture the attention of struggling or reluctant readers we're not sure what will. Mark Penman and James Lawrence, the two illustrators, have designed these impressive covers to appeal to students aged 13+, which coupled with the realistic word count and low reading age provide an appealing and accessible way in to this popular genre.

    These super spooky, modern titles include elements of horror, the supernatural, action and adventure and have been written by experienced authors Tim Collins, Ann Evans, Jacqueline Rayner, Kate Ormand and Danny Pearson.

    Featuring bite-sized chunks of text and a dyslexia-friendly design, these eerie and chilling titles will prove to be an incredibly popular series amongst your students.

    Here's a sneak

  3. Win a signed set of Between The Lines

    Posted on: Oct 09, 2017
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    To celebrate the launch of our superb new series Between The Lines, we are giving you the opportunity to win a signed set of all eight titles!


    Skilfully written to appeal to teenagers and young adults who struggle with reading, these titles fulfil a need for age-appropriate fiction designed for students who have a reading age of 8-9.

    Each title is printed on off-white paper to reduce visual stress on sensitive eyes and has a dyslexia-friendly design with bite-sized chunks of text. With no more than 6,000 words, these action-packed and thought-provoking stories are an appealing range of titles to give struggling and reluctant readers an exciting and positive reading experience.

    *competition closed*


    Between The Lines

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