1. Baba Didi and the Godwits by Nicola Muir and Annie Hayward Baba Didi and the Godwits by Nicola Muir and Annie Hayward

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    Baba Didi and the Godwits by Nicola Muir and Annie Hayward

    The story of a fantastical flight, and of the courage and endurance it takes for birds - and people - to keep going to reach a safe destination.
    'Highly recommended ... Sparkling, fantastical illustrations enchant, sprucing up a tough life with a bit of magic and imagination.' - Foreword reviews
    Hardback, 32 pages
  2. Children's World Atlas by Nick Crane and David Dean Children's World Atlas by Nick Crane and David Dean

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    Children's World Atlas by Nick Crane and David Dean

    Embark on a mind-expanding journey across the planet with this children's atlas, a special collaboration between New Internationalist and Barefoot Books. Includes pull-out maps. 'Budding geographers of 7+ will relish World Atlas.' - Amanda Craig, The Times Hardback, 56 pages
  3. Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB) Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB)

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    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

  4. eBook: Juliana's Bananas by Ruth Walton

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    eBook: Juliana's Bananas by Ruth Walton

    An educational resource to help children of 5 and up explore Fairtrade through the eyes of the children of banana farmers in the Windward Islands in the Caribbean. 'This fabulous colourful book uses a Caribbean banana farming family to explain how international trade works and what it means to children, their families and communities. A great way to introduce Fairtrade and why it is needed!' - Jacqui Mackay, Banana Link.
  5. Every Day is Malala Day by Rosemary McCarney with Plan International Every Day is Malala Day by Rosemary McCarney with Plan International

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    Every Day is Malala Day by Rosemary McCarney with Plan International

    'Dear Malala, we have never met before, but I feel like I know you.' Malala Yousafzai is an inspiration. A young girl living in Pakistan, she was shot by the Taliban simply because she wanted to go to school. Since that moment, she has captured the attention of the world with her bravery, becoming a voice for the rights of girls everywhere. This is a letter to Malala, illustrated with beautiful photographs. Girls from around the world express their sympathy, sisterhood and admiration for her. Many of them know first-hand the barriers that stand in the way of girls going to school – barriers like poverty, discrimination and violence. In Malala these girls recognize a leader, a champion, and a friend. Hardback, 32 pages.
  6. Little Worm’s Big Question by Schlunke & Polyp Little Worm’s Big Question by Schlunke & Polyp

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    Little Worm’s Big Question by Schlunke & Polyp

    A wild and humorous adventure evoking a sense of wonder and fascination with the natural world, woven with subtle messages of sustainability and self worth. 'An enchanting, witty and mesmerizingly illustrated modern fable, with a humble but intrepid hero whose epic journey weaves together a tale of emotional and ecological awareness.' - Caroline Lucas, Green Party MP. Hardback or eBook, 32 pages
  7. The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney

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    The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney

    Minimal text and stunning photographs from around the world describe the remarkable, and often dangerous, journeys children make every day on their way to and from school. The Way to School is both a fascinating look at school around the world and a very subtle message to readers to appreciate what they have. - Kirkus Reviews This book helps remind us how much effort some children have to make to get to school every day. Each page features striking photographs of their journeys, over flood waters, up cliffs, along tightropes, wires or rickety bridges... Through these images, we can all reflect on the journeys we and others make each day. - Juno Magazine
  8. Where Will I Live by Rosemary McCarney

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    Where Will I Live by Rosemary McCarney

    A stunning photo-based picture book for younger readers takes a look at the thousands of children around the world who have been forced to flee war and conflict. Life for refugees, especially child refugees, is unimaginably tough, but these books do a great and important job in giving an insight into their lives.
    Steven MacKenzie, The Big Issue. "A poignant photojournalistic look at the issues confronting refugee children and their families... The true power of the book lies in its ability to spark classroom conversations, highlighting the need for cultural awareness and compassion"
    School Library Journal Hardback: 24 pages Age 4+ Size: 21.7cm x 27.5cm
  9. World Development - An Essential Text World Development - An Essential Text

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    World Development - An Essential Text

    The ultimate introduction for school students of World Development, Geography and General Studies. Paperback Length: 256 Pages Language: English Publisher: New Internationalist Publication date: 1 April 2011 ISBN: 9781906523961 Size: 17.2cm x 24.6cm Author: Barry Baker