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Six Nosy Crow Books included in the 2019 BookTrust Great Books Guide

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We’re delighted to announce that six Nosy Crow books are included in the 2019 BookTrust Great Books Guide! This printed guide of the BookTrust’s 100 favourite books from the previous year will be posted to all primary schools in England and Wales – and is also available to read on the BookTrust website, here.

Meekoo and the Big Red Potty by Camilla Reid and Nicola Slater, Dinosaur Farm by Penny Dale, Have You Seen My Blankie? by Lucy Rowland and Paula Metcalf, Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam: The Aliens Are Coming! by Tracey Corderoy and Steven Lenton, The Middler by Kirsty Applebaum, and When Good Geeks Go Bad by Catherine Wilkins, have all been included in the 2019 guide.

Meekoo and the Big Red Potty is a hilarious sound button book, designed to make potty-training a positive experience for mums, dads, and their little ones! Take a look at our video preview of the book:

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Sixth in the bestselling Dinosaur series by Penny Dale, Dinosaur Farm is filled with HUGE vehicles, very naughty piglets, and of course – hilarious dinosaurs! Here’s a look inside the book:

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A fabulous rhyming tale by Lucy Rowland, featuring a princess protagonist, an adorable dragon and a cast of friendly fairytale characters, Have You Seen My Blankie? is the perfect bedtime story for any child who has that very special snuggly toy. And here’s a look inside the book:

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Fourth in the series of delightful two-colour fiction titles, Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam: The Aliens Are Coming is another thrilling adventure featuring everyone’s favourite robber-dogs-turned-bakers. Take a look inside the book here:

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Set in a near-future world, The Middler is a gripping story for 9-12 year olds, which perfectly captures the trials and frustrations of being the middle child, the forgotten child, the child with no voice – even in your own family. Here’s a look inside:

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A brilliantly funny story from author and stand-up comedian Catherine Wilkins, When Good Geeks Go Bad follows Ella, who decides that being bad is far more fun than being good, but being bad is a slippery slope and things start to get out of hand. Here’s a look inside the book:

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Congratulations to all our authors and illustrators included in the guide!

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