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Doctor Who fans old and new should revel in Twelve Angels Weeping (Puffin/BBC Children's Books), a 12-tale collection by Dave Rudden (right) featuring a dozen Whovian villains to send even the boldest scuttling behind the sofa. From the Weeping Angels to the Cybermen, Davros and the Daleks, these stories are satisfyingly mind-bending, creepy and atmospheric with elegant lino-prints from Alexis Snell (right) to bring these beings still more vividly alive. There's spooky fun for younger readers, too, in Midnight Monsters: A Pop-Up Shadow Search (Laurence King), an ingenious feat of engineering from Helen Friel. Lay the book flat, shine a torch through one of five intricate pop-up scenes and spot the shadowy monsters prowling on the wall - krampus, leprechaun, werewolf and all.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (2018-10-29). For Younger Readers. Metro (England) p. 32.
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