• Jake in Space is a series of sci fi adventure stories full of action and suspense, plus a little bit of weird stuff. Jake lives in the future. His home base is a space station on Earth but he travels throughout the solar system, solving mysteries and thwarting villains before they can carry out their evil plans. In each story, the Central Intergalactic Agency (CIA) sends its cyborg, Henry, on a secret mission. Jake ends up helping his cyborg friend but things never seem to go according to plan.
  • Jake in Space is a series of sci fi adventure stories full of action and suspense, plus a little bit of weird stuff. Jake lives in the future. His home base is a space station on Earth but he travels throughout the solar system, solving mysteries and thwarting villains before they can carry out their evil plans. In each story, the Central Intergalactic Agency (CIA) sends its cyborg, Henry, on a secret mission. Jake ends up helping his cyborg friend but things never seem to go according to plan.
  • A DISASTER HAS HAPPENED! Muttonbird Bay School might be closing. I mean, FOREVER.
    Juno Jones loves her school, but the Men in Suits want to close it down! And there's only one thing Juno and her classmates can do to stop it... READ! Which is perfectly fine for people like Perfect Paloma, Smelly Bella and Genius George, but Juno Jones is a kid who doesn't like reading. It might take the unthinkable to make it happen – to save her school, Juno Jones will need to become a WORD NINJA!
  • Muttonbird Bay Primary is once again under threat of closure, and Juno Jones is sure the Alien Lizard Men must be involved. How can they not be when there's so much strangeness afoot! Shy Vi is missing, Miss Tippett is acting VERY weirdly and everyone keeps turning to Juno Jones to solve the mysteries. Even Perfect Paloma needs Juno's help. Our favourite Word Ninja must become a Mystery Writer to uncover what's really going on behind the scenes at Muttonbird Bay ...
  • When Juno Jones's (Former Kid Who Doesn’t Like Reading), first-ever favourite book goes missing, she convinces Miss Tippett to turn their classroom into a courtroom so she can present her evidence, unmask the culprit and—more importantly—get her book back! With her list of possible suspects ranging from friends to foes (both human and alien), Juno is sure it’s only a matter of time before the truth is revealed. But as the case unfolds, this book sleuth discovers that not everything is as it seems …
  • Eve is staying with her grandmother and her only choice in playmate is Oscar, the boy from next door. The lure of the forbidden attic in her Nan’s house proves too much for Eve and Oscar and they sneak upstairs to explore. When Eve finds a small crystal figurine of a unicorn it acts as a portal into another world. Eve and Oscar find themselves in the desert of Panthor where unicorns are now enslaved, land turned to desert and people forced to become desert nomads. How can Eve and Oscar survive in a land where panthers and people communicate and where an evil king has complete control of every living being? More importantly, how will they ever get home again?
  • When Eve and Oscar are exploring an old curio shop, Eve finds a small crystal figurine of a phoenix. Before she realises what it is, she touches it and finds herself hurtling down a fast-flowing river towards a steep waterfall. It’s happening again! Oscar and Eve plunge into the dense jungle of Griffid, where tigers rule and every step seems treacherous. But the sky is dark and the jungle is dying, threatening all those who live in it. Can Eve and Oscar bring back the light that will save Griffid and all its precious inhabitants?
  • Eve and Oscar find themselves in a world where cut throat pirates rule the waves and where the language of the sea is the only tongue spoken. It’s the mermaids who need help. They’re being captured so that their tears can be sold as treasure. But if these protectors of the ocean disappear then the balance of the ocean is upset and all marine life is under threat. Can Eve and Oscar find their sea legs and help the mermaids?
  • Eve turns up unannounced at her Nan's house with Oscar in tow. It's time to open the wooden box. The one her Nan had warned them was far too dangerous to go near. A crystal dragon figurine thrusts Oscar and Eve into a medieval world of dragon slayers, fire breathing dragons, castles and moats. It's a world at war. Can Eve and Oscar befriend these creatures and help save them from extinction?
  • Eve knows that the life of a crystal keeper is filled with danger, but this time it’s close to home. When Eve’s grandmother and her best friend Oscar visit Eve at home, a griffin calls for their urgent help. In Dracburn, the griffins are terrorised by greedy one-eyed men who will do anything for gold. Can Eve and Oscar – and Eve’s kindred animal, the dragon Ingvar – stop the one-eyed army before life on Dracburn is wiped out forever?
  • Eve is back in Marigold for the holidays. While out bushwalking Eve, Oscar and Ingvar happen upon a strangely shaped rocky outcrop. It looks like a giant’s chair and when Eve sits in it her hand touches upon a small crystal in the shape of a giant embedded in the rock. Suddenly a huge wind comes out of nowhere and lifts them up. It carries them to the land of giants. The wind which brought them was blown by Trotag, a young giant caught between two worlds. All is not well in the land of giants, for the rogue giants buried under the ground are rising up, causing havoc, creating volcanoes and earthquakes. The creator giants don’t know what to do for their world, the world they took so much care in making, is being destroyed.
  • When Eve discovers a miniature pink door and a fairy crystal something strange begins to happen. Behind the door Eve and her friend Oscar are greeted by a green-faced pixie, and taken into an enchanted world. Orla, Queen of the Fairies, asks Eve and Oscar to help stop two rebel fairies from destroying the Tree of Life. Will Eve and Oscar be able to help the fairy kingdom?
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