1. The Wall in the Middle of the Book by Jon Agee (HB) The Wall in the Middle of the Book by Jon Agee (HB)
    £12.99

    The Wall in the Middle of the Book by Jon Agee (HB)

    A foolish knight is certain that his side of the wall is the safe side in this clever, amusingly meta picture book. Hardback, 48 pages. Suitable for ages 4-7. Size: 22.7cm x 25cm
  2. Corey's Rock by Sita Brahmachari, illustrated by Jane Ray (HB) Corey's Rock by Sita Brahmachari, illustrated by Jane Ray (HB)
    £10.99

    Corey's Rock by Sita Brahmachari, illustrated by Jane Ray (HB)

    Coreys Rock written by Sita Brahmachari and illustrated by Jane Ray beautifully weaves together themes of bereavement, identity and hope, alongside the traditional selkie legend. Hardback, 96 pages. Suitable for: 9+ years. Publisher: Otter Barry Books (September 2018) Language: English ISBN: 978 1 910959 978 Size: 20cm x 15cm
  3. The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Q. Rauf (PB)
    £6.99

    The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Q. Rauf (PB)

    Told with heart and humour, The Boy at the Back of the Class is a child's perspective on the refugee crisis, highlighting the importance of friendship and kindness in a world that doesn't always make sense. Paperback. Age 8-11. 256 pages. Size: 19.8cm x 13cm
  4. Poems from a Green and Blue Planet by Sabrina Mahfouz
    £14.99

    Poems from a Green and Blue Planet by Sabrina Mahfouz

    A stunning collection of new and classic poems from around the world celebrating the diversity of life on our green and blue planet, to be shared with all the family. With new poems from Raymond Antrobus, Mona Arshi, Kate Tempest, Hollie McNish, Dean Atta, Sabrina Mahfouz and more. Hardback. 464 pages. Age 9-11 years.

  5. Where the River Runs Gold by Sita Brahmachari
    £6.99

    Where the River Runs Gold by Sita Brahmachari

    Two children must risk everything to escape their fate and find the impossible. . . A brave, thought-provoking adventure by award-winning author, Sita
    Brahmachari. Paperback. 336 pages. Ages 9 - 11 years old.

  6. There’s a Bear on My Chair by Ross Collins - Winner of the Amnesty CILIP Honour 2016 (PB) There’s a Bear on My Chair by Ross Collins - Winner of the Amnesty CILIP Honour 2016 (PB)
    £6.99

    There’s a Bear on My Chair by Ross Collins - Winner of the Amnesty CILIP Honour 2016 (PB)

    Poor Mouse! A bear has settled in his favourite chair and that chair just isn't big enough for two. Mouse tries all kinds of tactics to move pesky Bear but nothing works and poor Mouse gives up. Once Mouse has gone, Bear gets up and walks home. But what's that? Is that a Mouse in Bear's house?!

    Paperback: 32 pages
    Age 2-5
    Size: 270mm x 270mm

  7. King of the Sky by Nicola Davies (PB)
    £7.99

    King of the Sky by Nicola Davies (PB)

    A breathtaking new picture book about a young immigrant boy starting a new life who feels lost and alone - until he meets an old man who keeps racing pigeons. Age 4+. Paperback. Size: 23.5 x 28cm 56 pages.
  8. Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB) Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB)

    Regular Price: £9.99

    Special Price £7.99

    Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB)

    Well-known cartoonist Kate Evans takes a punchy pop at six classical fairy tales. With simple rhyme, lively pictures, humour and charm, this is a book to inspire children and adults of all ages to think beyond the superficial.

    Ages 4-94. 32 pages. Size: 18cm x 21.8cm. 'One of the most original talents in comics I've seen in a long time.' Steve Bell

  9. The Song from Somewhere Else by A F Harrold, illustrated by Levi Pinfold (PB) - Winner of the Amnesty CILIP Honour 2018
    £7.99

    The Song from Somewhere Else by A F Harrold, illustrated by Levi Pinfold (PB) - Winner of the Amnesty CILIP Honour 2018

    A powerful and poignant story about friendship. Age 9+. Paperback. 240 pages. Size: 19.7cm x 15.4cm.
  10. Things a Bright Girl Can Do by Sally Nicholls
    £7.99

    Things a Bright Girl Can Do by Sally Nicholls

    Through rallies and marches, in polite drawing rooms and freezing prison cells and the poverty-stricken slums of the East End, three courageous young women join the fight for the vote. Paperback, 432 pages, Age 12+ years