Love in English

A fresh, breakout YA novel that is layered with themes of immigration, cultural identity, and finding your voice in any language. Sixteen-year-old Ana is a poet and a lover of language. Except that since she moved to New Jersey from Argentina, she can barely find the words to express how she feels. At first Ana […]

Lift-the-Flap First Q & A: Where Does Poo Go?

An exciting addition to this popular series, using flaps, quirky questions and Dan Taylor’s delightful illustrations to reveal everything you wanted to know about poo – and a little bit more. Starting with human sewage then moving on to animal poo, this surprisingly charming book explores what happens when we flush, what animal toilets look […]

Baby’s Very First: Slide and See Things That Go

An engaging board book for very young children, with sliding panels to reveal secret images hiding below. Brilliant for developing essential motor skills and hand-eye coordination and full of vivid colours, stylish illustrations and friendly animals.

The Children’s Train

Based on true events, a heartbreaking story of love, family, hope, and survival set in post-World War II Italy-written with the heart of Orphan Train and Before We Were Yours-about poor children from the south sent to live with families in the north to survive deprivation and the harsh winters. Though Mussolini and the fascists […]

The Bravest Voices

This timeless memoir documents two sisters’ bravery leading up to WWII – a singular historical account that shines a light on one of humanity’s darkest hours. Ida and Louise Cook are two ordinary Englishwomen, seemingly destined never to stray from their quiet London suburb and comfortable jobs – Ida as a budding romance novelist and […]

Loud

What goes on tour stays on tour – unless you’re the the first woman roadie in the world At just fifteen, Tana Douglas ran away to the circus that was rock ‘n’ roll in the 1970s, taking a job with a young and upcoming band called AC/DC. While still a teenager she headed to the […]

Honey Blood

I thought if I was going to die I should write some things down’ Kirsty Everett was going to be an Olympic gymnast. But as she made plans to win gold, life, as it does, laughed at the goal she’d set. Aged nine, she was diagnosed with leukaemia and spent the next two and a […]

What If We Stopped Pretending

The climate crisis is here. Our chance to stop it has come and gone, but this doesn’t have to mean the world is ending. ‘Today, the scientific evidence verges on irrefutable. If you’re younger than sixty, you have a good chance of witnessing the radical destabilization of life on earth-massive crop failures, apocalyptic fires, imploding […]

Make It Happen: How to be an Activitist

‘Make It Happen reminds us that people of any age can create change in their communities. From finding allies to setting goals, everyone who wants to contribute to a better future can learn from Amika’s book.’ Malala Yousafzai GET UP. SPEAK UP. DON’T GIVE UP. In the spring of 2017, 17-year-old Amika George founded the […]