The Monsters Of Rookhaven by Pádraig Kenny, illustrated by Edward Bettison

Publication Date: 17 September 2020 The Blurb 'Humans, as is there wont, have a terrible habit of making a mess of everything.' Mirabelle has always known she is a monster. When the glamour protecting her unusual family from the human world is torn and an orphaned brother and sister stumble upon Rookhaven, Mirabelle soon discovers … Continue reading The Monsters Of Rookhaven by Pádraig Kenny, illustrated by Edward Bettison

Zombierella: Fairy Tales Gone Bad by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Freya Hartas

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb A yellow moon hangs in a satin sky the night Cinderella, barefoot and in hand-me-downs, slips at the top of the stairs … and dies. But not for long. The Shadow of Death arrives to breathe life back into her bones and, for three nights only, Cinderella goes forth … Continue reading Zombierella: Fairy Tales Gone Bad by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Freya Hartas

Sona Sharma, Very Best Big Sister by Chita Soundar, illustrated by Jen Khatun

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb Being a big sister to a new baby brings big responsibilities. Sona Sharma's house is full of people who joke often and argue sometimes. Relatives come unannounced, the phone rings frequently and friends drop in all the time. Then one day Amma tells Sona she is going to … Continue reading Sona Sharma, Very Best Big Sister by Chita Soundar, illustrated by Jen Khatun

Oi Aardvark by Kes Grey and Jim Field

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb Baboons sit on balloons, crocs sit on clocks and donkeys sit on long keys . . . Let Frog, Dog and Cat guide you through the alphabet from Aardvark to Zebra in this hilarious new picture book from the creators of Oi Frog! With a special fold-out surprise! The laughter … Continue reading Oi Aardvark by Kes Grey and Jim Field

The Accidental Wizard by Kimberly Pauley, illustrated by Jason Cockcroft

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb A raucously funny middle grade adventure for fans of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman… Twig is the last surviving apprentice of the great wizard Ripplemintz, which, as a job, is just as terrifying as it sounds. Oh Ripplemintz always means well, but for a wizard of such high regard he really does make an awful lot … Continue reading The Accidental Wizard by Kimberly Pauley, illustrated by Jason Cockcroft