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  • Arthur and the Golden Rope

    Travel back in time to the land of the Vikings, and witness the tale of the very first Brownstone and his quest for the fabled golden rope in this first book from talented young illustrator Joe Todd-Stanton.

    A legion of magical objects, powerful gods, and dangerous beasts await our unlikely hero, the bookish young Arthur, as he sets off on his life-changing adventure!

  • Hilda and the Stone Forest

    Luke Pearson‘s plucky blue-haired adventurer is about to discover the dark secrets of Trolberg in her latest escapade, Hilda and the Stone Forest!

    Hilda has been shirking her responsibilities, seeking thrills and excitement instead of spending time with her increasingly worried mother at home.  Both of them are about to get more than they bargained for, however, when they accidentally find themselves flung into the land of the trolls!

  • Boo!

    It’s time to settle once and for all who is the bravest in the animal kingdom!

    All the animals are keen to show off their bravery, but which one is truly fearless?  The crocodile with his mighty jaws?  The tiger with the scary claws? Find out in this lively picture book from the best-selling co-creator of the Professor Astro Cat series, Ben Newman.

  • The Land of Nod
    Robert Hunter accompanies striking, dreamlike illustrations to Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic poem to transport a new generation of readers to the magical Land of Nod.
    For a young boy convalescing by day, bedtime brings an adventure to a place far away, full of strange things to eat and see… until morning comes again.
  • Marcel

    Eda Akaltun‘s charming debut picture book takes a lighthearted approach to changing family relationships through the eyes of an adorable French bulldog pup. Follow Marcel and his human as they visit all of their favourite spots in downtown New York – Marcel can show you around! But who is this new person taking them on trips uptown? Why couldn’t everything stay the same?

  • The Wolves of Currumpaw

    The second book from award winning illustrator William Grill takes to the red heat of the New Mexico desert at the end of the 19th century, following the true story of the Currumpaw Valley wolfpack and the man hired to trap their leader.

    Beautifully illustrated and faithfully retold from Ernest Thompson Seton’s classic ‘Wild Animals I Have Known’, this is a powerful and moving tale that highlights the importance of protecting wild animals, as discovered by the very man who hunted them.