Ferg Gottin, the 12-year-old protagonist, steps into his second year of Horrid High. The school is a nightmare for students but this year, there’s something different. Ferg and his friends have managed to send their horrible principal to jail, but they still need to find the Grand Plan that promises to make everyone’s life miserable yet again.
Granny Grit, the only hope for Horrid High, is away on a secret mission. Meanwhile the students struggle to crack mysteries that lurk behind the doors and pray for a miracle to save them from the missing Grand Plan. Hop onto a crazy ride with Ferg and his friends as they strive to survive yet another year at the most horrid school.
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Save planet Earth by starting your own miniature garden with the help of Earthoholics.
Date: February 18
Age: 10+ years
In the latest instalment of the bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, Jeff Kinney brings the story back to its roots, with Greg’s mom and dad talking about how cool their old lives were. But was life really better in our parent’s generation? Have we become too technologically advanced? And what happens to Greg when his mom starts working on a petition that demands people to unplug for 48 hours? Read the book to find out.
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Learn how to defend yourself by attending Amit Lalwani’s academy that teaches kickboxing, self-defence and muaythai.
Age: 13+ years