All About Worries and Fears

There can be a lot to worry about when you are little, from monsters under the bed to Monday’s maths test, but one person’s scary spider is another’s perfect pet, so how can we learn to stop everyday fears and worries from growing out of proportion or even overwhelming us? This book helps children understand […]

Picture Dictionary

Over 1,000 words illustrated and defined. Delightful illustrations and clear definitions combine to make this the ideal first dictionary for young children. Words are shown in context to help children understand how they are used, and colourful alphabet strips along the edges of the pages aid navigation. There’s also user-friendly information on how to use […]

Holly Hopkinson (Book 1): The Super-Secret Diary of Holly Hopkinson

A charming domestic comedy, with a dash of magic, and the occasional moment of mayhem! These are the memoirs of ME, Holly Hopkinson, aged almost ten, except without any of the rubbish adults usually put in, thank you very much. My dad just lost his job, which means me and the rest of my family […]

You Are 25% Banana

A brilliantly funny first guide to genetics that is perfect for children aged 5 years and over. This stunningly illustrated book will boggle your brain with astonishing facts, as it shows how we’re all related to every living thing on the planet. Did you know that a grain of rice has more genes than you? […]

The Rhyming Alphabet

A lively cast of characters from aardvarks to zebras decide to disrupt and rewrite an alphabet book to make it more fun. Rhyming text and appealing illustrations combine perfectly to bring the story of big blue bear, elegant eel, fabulous flamingo, snazzy snail and talented toucan to life as each animal claims its rightful place […]

The Good Wife of Bath

In the middle ages, a poet told a story that mocked a strong woman. It became a literary classic. But what if the woman in question had a chance to tell her own version? Who would you believe? England, The Year of Our Lord, 1364 When married off aged 12 to an elderly farmer, Eleanor […]

The Darkest Shore

The independent women of Scotland stand up to a witch hunt, male fury and the power of the Church in a battle for survival in this compelling historical novel based on true events in early eighteenth century Scotland. 1703: The wild east coast of Scotland. Returning to her home town of Pittenweem, fishwife and widow […]

All About Diversity

A beautifully illustrated celebration of diversity which helps young children to understand, value and respect differences of every kind. This dynamic and joyous exploration of difference helps young children learn to respond in a kind and equal way to everyone regardless of shape, size, age, physical and mental ability, gender, race, beliefs, language, culture, national […]

Fingertrail 123

A colourful introduction to counting and numbers from 1 to 10 with cut-out finger trails which help children to learn the shapes of the numbers. Meet 1 gentle giraffe, 2 tigers on a tandem, 3 trundling tractors and much more in this charming introduction to numbers and counting up to 10. Gorgeous illustrations, irresistible finger […]