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The Cultural Origins of Heavy Metal : 1980 to the present day By Callum Ellis Jarvis-Jones
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Looking into depth about how heavy metal came to be.
Prodocal By Callum Nicol et al.
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Prodocal, as known as Eric, is working hard and risking his life to help save New York. After he moves to Toronto because his mom was brutally killed, he finds there are also big threats there. Can... More > Prodocal stop them? Or is it too late?< Less
Man in Fridge By Callum Storey et al.
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Picture story book
Gardens By Ian Nicholson
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Just why are Alison’s flowers so impressive? Fancy a chocolate brownie roof tile? What does the seed packet riddle mean? Is Callum telling the truth about the laptop? Why are those gnomes... More > smiling? What happens to unloved books? Who is Mr. Jones? What’s the point in coming second? Tea’s ready! Are you hungry? Where has little Poppy gone? What goes on at No. 57, Carlisle Street? Why are The Elders troubled by No. 14? Is everything black and white? What lurks in the monastery garden? Is that you, Marmalade? Is tranquil really the right word? Was that Anthony’s double running away? What does ‘The Head Gardener’ want? Dig deep and find the answers in ‘Gardens’< Less
The Green Helicopter By Ian McFarlane
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A stormy day in Gatehouse and Callum Finn sets off on a rescue mission with his friends.
Grampa Jim's Tartan Colouring Book By James F. Park
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Hello, I'm Grampa Jim and I've written this wee book for everyone who enjoys colouring in and when you've finished maybe you'll have designed your very own tartan.
Stay_on.pdf By stay on
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jesse bowling jordana bragg callum devlin samuel jackson nb. url = an acronym for “uniform resource locator”, represents the internet. irl = an acronym for “in real life”,... More > represents actions that do not take place on the internet. the digital is fed into the physical, which in turn bleeds back into the digital. a development of insight into (y)our routine, (y)our emotion, (y)our performance, tracking (y)our “progress”. what is lost when our narratives are unrestricted? what do you gain from being granted access?< Less
Jamie McFee and the great BMX rescue By Ryan Mac
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A boy, called Callum, who loves to Bmx and his pet dog goes to all the places he goes and on his adventures. But one day, Beau, his dog got lost, will Callum find his dog............
Malum Vir: Volume One By The Sleeves
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A young man, trying to escape a hungry and unimaginable terror is accidentally flung far into the future. He finds himself in a world scarred and changed by the flood of evil that swept the... More > Earth. But all is not lost. For the world is fighting back. And amidst the chaos and darkness, a small band of survivors find themselves united, driven by fear and love to survive the horrors of this new world again and again. And the young man starts to suspect that fate has brought him here for a purpose. A purpose that could mean his life. For the most terrifying evil... Is the one that smiles at you.< Less
Hamish By James F. Park
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Hello, I'm Hamish and I'm a tartan caveman and I live in a tartan cave near Forres so here’s a little information about Forres. Forres is a town and former royal burgh situated in the north... More > of Scotland on the Moray coast, approximately 25 miles east of Inverness and 12 miles west of Elgin. Forres has been a winner of the Scotland in Bloom award on several occasions and there are many geographical and historical attractions nearby such as the River Findhorn and there are many historical artifacts and monuments within the town itself so the next time you’re up in the Highlands why don’t you pop in and say hello. Anyway I hope you have lots of fun colouring in me and all my stone age friends.< Less

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