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Penguin Random House has unveiled its July – December 2017 selection of children’s books and whether your little one is learning her colours, in love with Frozen, engrossed in Minecraft or eagerly awaiting the latest in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid franchise, they’ve got you covered. Some of the new releases even integrate with technology, to really bring the books to life!
 
For toddlers
My First MR MEN lift-the-flap
Mr Nosy is just the nosiest person around. Join him as he pokes his nose into everybody’s business, finding adventure under every flap.
By Roger Hargreaves (Published by Egmont Publishing, R135)
 
For pre-schoolers
My Little Pony Wipe-clean
This fun activity book has shiny, wipe-clean pages and a special pen to make practicing handwriting and the alphabet as easy as A, B, C.
First Writing (Published by Penguin, Price tbc)
 
For pre-schoolers and early graders
The BIG book of Animal Stories
Available in both English and Afrikaans, this is a delightful treasury of eight adorable animal stories with a heart-warming message. Beautifully illustrated by a variety of artists and authors, parents and children will enjoy reading these together before bed.
(Published by Struik Children, R190) Release date: September 2017
 
For pre teens
Minecraft: Guide to Creative
Help get your gamer into creative mode with this official Minecraft book. He’ll learn the finer points of architecture, art and other creative disciplines, and be able to put theory into practice to build incredible constructions.
(Published by Mojang, R130)
 
For pre teens
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Getaway (book 12)
Book 12 in the phenomenally successful Diary of a Wimpy Kid series is on the way. Join Greg on a family holiday he’ll never forget. To escape the stress of the holidays, the Heffleys decide to go to a resort for Christmas, but things soon go pear shaped.
By Jeff Kinney (Published by Penguin, Price tbc)
 
For us
Crazy House
The latest thriller from James Patterson’s guaranteed to be another page-turner. Seventeen year old Becca Greenfield was snatched from her small hometown, thrown into prison and put on death row. Until her execution she’s told to shut her mouth and fit in. But she’s never been very good at either. Her sister Cassie was always the perfect twin.
James Patterson (Published by Arrow Books, R170)
 

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