Cats In Chaos by Peter Bently and John Bond

Publication Date: 7 July 2022 The Blurb In the dark of night, as their owners sleep, the cats of the city are all headed to one place: Catsby’s Great Circus! Step this way and see conjuring cats, felines that fly, Siamese that swing from above, and don’t miss the mighty PURRCULES CLAW. But with so … Continue reading Cats In Chaos by Peter Bently and John Bond

One More Try by Naomi Jones and James Jones

Publication Date: 5 May 2022 The Blurb Circle loves the tower that the squares and hexagons have built and wants to make his own. But circles, diamonds and triangles are pointier, rounder and much wobblier - making a tower is not as easy as it looks! The shapes try and try but their tower just … Continue reading One More Try by Naomi Jones and James Jones

My Mum Is A Lioness by Swapna Haddow, illustrated by Dapo Adeola

Publication Date: 3 February 2022 The Blurb Run! Hide! My mum's a lioness and she's on the prowl... In this family, this particular young boy is utterly convinced his mum is a lioness. She has sharp claws, is faster than anything he's ever seen, and can catch him in a single pounce. When she not … Continue reading My Mum Is A Lioness by Swapna Haddow, illustrated by Dapo Adeola

The Christmas Pine by Julia Donaldson and Victoria Sandøy

Publication Date: 14 October 2021 The Blurb Deep in a snowy wood stands a little pine tree with a special destiny: when it grows up, it’s going to be the famous Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square! The Christmas Pine is based on a true story. It celebrates a special tradition that stretches back over seventy years. Every year, … Continue reading The Christmas Pine by Julia Donaldson and Victoria Sandøy

Tilda Tries Again by Tom Percival

Publication Date: 5 August 2021 The Blurb Tilda's world is just as she likes it . . . until one day, it turns completely UPSIDE DOWN. All of a sudden, everything is topsy-turvy, and nothing feels right. Things that were once easy now seem incredibly challenging.Can Tilda discover a new way to approach her problems … Continue reading Tilda Tries Again by Tom Percival

The Visible Sounds by Yin Jianling and Yu Rong, translated by Filip Selucky

Publication Date: 2 September 2021 The Blurb Based on the true story of Chinese dancer Lihua Tai, The Visible Sounds tells the uplifting tale of a young child dealing with the frustration and solitude of hearing loss. Alone in silence, the child’s life is changed forever when a chance touch unlocks a vibrant new world, now blazing with … Continue reading The Visible Sounds by Yin Jianling and Yu Rong, translated by Filip Selucky

Storm In A Jar by Samuel Langley-Swain and Katie Cottle

Publication Date: 21 September 2021 The Blurb Arlo visited Nana every Sunday, and she would always have new sweets waiting for him inside a special jar. So when Arlo finds out Nana has passed away, he keeps the jar with him to feel safe and closer to his Nana. But as his sadness turns to … Continue reading Storm In A Jar by Samuel Langley-Swain and Katie Cottle

Sophie’s Stories by Devon Holzwarth

Publication Date: 5 August 2021 The Blurb It's bedtime, but Sophie needs just one more story... And every time Sophie opens a book, it transports her to a magical storybook land. One story sweeps her away on a flying carpet. Another whisks her to Wonderland, with white rabbits and talking mushrooms. How on earth can … Continue reading Sophie’s Stories by Devon Holzwarth

10 Stories To Make A Difference from Pop Up Projects CIC

Publication Date for the first 10 Stories: 24 June 2021 The Blurb 10 Stories To Make A Difference is a collection of original illustrated stories published by children's literature non-profit development agency Pop Up, which has been bringing books, schools and communities together for 10 years. They have collaborated with 20 writers and illustrators and … Continue reading 10 Stories To Make A Difference from Pop Up Projects CIC

Ten Delicious Teachers by Ross Montgomery, illustrated Sarah Warburton

Publication Date: 5 August 2021 The Blurb Ten silly teachers have missed the last bus home. But LOOK – a shortcut through the forest! They'll be back in time for tea! Off they skip, unaware that in the woods a hungry horde of mischievous and hilariously goofy monsters is waiting… The Review A wonderfully wacky … Continue reading Ten Delicious Teachers by Ross Montgomery, illustrated Sarah Warburton