Mortimer's Bread Bin
Mortimer the Raven is causing yet more chaos and mayhem in Rumbury Town. Things get even worse when Arabel takes Mortimer roller-skating with her three nasty cousins Cindy, Mindy and Lindy. But when Arabel gets very ill and is languishing in hospital it is Mortimer who saves her, though some of the other patients have a difficult time - to say nothing of the staff
Mortimer and the Sword Excalibur
This is the fifth title to be published by Barn Owl about Arabel and her beloved but impossible raven, Mortimer. An enormous hole is being dug in the park and rumour has it that King Arthur's round table is buried there. None of this interests Mortimer however; his fancy has been taken by the giant grass-cutting machine, the LawnSabre. Mortimer finally gets to work the machine but with disastrous consequences for the round table and the sword Excalibur! Another funny and outrageous story about Arabel and Mortimer from Joan Aiken and Quentin Blake.
The Spiral Stair
With Noah the boa using his coils to work the doughnut machine and with the three giraffes tangled upon the spiral stair, Mortimer's first night in a zoo was one to be remembered for a long, long time
The Boy Who Sprouted Antlers
"What about growing horns then?" challenged Melanie. "I will then!" shouted Billy. Immediately he has taken up the challenge to grow horns Billy Dexter passionately wished that he hadn't, after all he could only fail. However, the next morning Billy's head feels itchy and then no doubt about it, there are bumps on the head. Within a week the boy has the most splendid head of antlers ever. Everyone gets used to them - Billy and his friends, his parents and even his teacher and the head - but will the antlers stay for ever, or will Billy find a way to get rid of them? A charming and humorous story about the power of the mind and daring to be different.
You're Thinking About Tomatoes
A sequel to the very popular You're Thinking About Doughnuts. Frank is back among the ruins of the past again, this time on a school trip to a stately home. When the black servant in an eighteenth century picture starts talking to Frank, he really isn't surprised. The girl was Sheba but is sure that isn't her real name and calls herself "Not-Sheba". Frank agrees to help her find out who she is, helped on the way by a celebrity mad mummy, who is desperate to be a star and various statues from India and some exploited Victorian workers. Another witty, zany story that leads the reader through an unorthodox view of British history and the colonial past.
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