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  • Safe & Sound

    Find out how baby animals stay safe and sound with their parents close around in this sweet bedtime book.

    Written in simple rhyming verse, alongside brightly coloured and beautiful illustrations, children are introduced to a whole host of baby animals and their homes.

  • The Little Gardener

    “He doesn’t look like much, but he means everything to his garden.” He worked hard, very hard, but he was just too little (or at least felt he was). This charming, richly illustrated tale teaches how important it is to try, no matter what the odds.

    Emily Hughes once again transports us to a world not unlike our own, but still brimming with fantasy and wonder. Now available in paperback!

  • Mr Tweed’s Busy Day

    Take a walk into town with Mr Tweed and help him find all kinds of missing things for his friends! Where has Colin’s kite flown off to? And where are Little Penny’s flowers?

    Discover what’s hidden in Mr Tweed’s wacky, vibrant & bustling world, in this brand new paperback edition of Jim Stoten’s first search-and-find adventure!

  • The Land of Nod
    Robert Hunter accompanies Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic poem with striking, dreamlike illustrations 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 to see… until morning comes again.
  • 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!

  • The Journey

    Say hello to the most important picture book you’ll read this year!

    In the wake of a tragedy, a young child and her family leave everything behind in order to find a better life in a far away place.  This beautiful and sensitive book, inspired by the author’s interviews with refugee families, shines a light on the hope that keeps them alive.

  • 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.