The Woodcutter and The Snow Prince by Ian Eagleton, illustrated by Davide Ortu

Publication Date: 3 November 2022 The Blurb Every Christmas Eve, a lonely woodcutter named Kai carves statues for anyone who might pass by. But one magical night his loneliness is soothed by a visit from the snow prince. Feared by many, Kai sees hope in the prince's eyes, but as the prince freezes once more, … Continue reading The Woodcutter and The Snow Prince by Ian Eagleton, illustrated by Davide Ortu

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Stand And Deliver by Philip Caveney

Publication Date: 3 November 2022 The Blurb Ned is awkward, a little shy, and just trying to find his place in the world. He also happens to be the assistant to the nation’s most feared highwayman, The Shadow . . . In a time when highwaymen ruled the roads, Ned is reluctantly swept up into … Continue reading Stand And Deliver by Philip Caveney

Pizazz vs Everyone by Sophy Henn

Publication Date: 13 October 2022 The Blurb BEING A SUPERHERO IS THE BEST THING EVER, RIGHT? WRONG! Everyone’s favourite 9¾-year-old reluctant superhero is back, and she’s facing her biggest challenge yet... EVERYONE (and EVERYTHING)! Will it all prove too much? Will Pizazz manage to keep using her powers for good? Or will this push her over the edge to... … Continue reading Pizazz vs Everyone by Sophy Henn

Where Does My Food Come From? by Annabel Karmel and Alex Willmore

Publication Date: 13 October 2022 The Blurb Does chocolate really grow on trees? How many tomatoes make a bottle of ketchup? Find out how your favourite foods are grown and made including chocolate. cheese, tomatoes, eggs and many more. Best of all, every food comes with yummy recipes from Annabel Karmel. It's the perfect book … Continue reading Where Does My Food Come From? by Annabel Karmel and Alex Willmore

My Friend The Octopus by Lindsay Galvin

Publication Date: 2 June 2022 The Blurb England, 1893, and aquarium fever is at its height. Twelve-year-old Vinnie Fyfe works in the tea-shop at Brighton aquarium, and waits for her milliner mother to return from Paris. The arrival of a giant octopus changes her life for ever. Discovering a talent for art, Vinnie begins to … Continue reading My Friend The Octopus by Lindsay Galvin

Zo And The Forest Of Secrets by Alake Pilgrim

Publication Date: 2 June 2022 The Blurb When Zo decides to run away from home, she isn't scared - she knows the forest like the back of her hand, after all. But, as she journeys through the once-familiar landscape, she encounters terrifying creatures and a warped version of the mythology of the island. With a … Continue reading Zo And The Forest Of Secrets by Alake Pilgrim

Hedgewitch by Skye McKenna

Publication Date: 14 April 2022 The Blurb Cassie Morgan has run away. After seven years spent waiting for her mother to return, she flees her dreary boarding school and sets out to find her. But the world outside her school is full of hidden magic and children have been going missing. With the help of … Continue reading Hedgewitch by Skye McKenna

Libby And The Parisian Puzzle by Jo Clarke, illustrated by Becka Moor

Publication Date: 3 March 2022 The Blurb Mystery-lover Libby is excited but nervous when she's sent to live with her aunt while her mother is working abroad. Aunt Agatha is the headmistress of an extraordinary travelling school that moves from country to country... Libby joins the school in Paris, where she is just starting to … Continue reading Libby And The Parisian Puzzle by Jo Clarke, illustrated by Becka Moor

Nisha’s War by Dan Smith

Publication Date: 3 February 2022 The Blurb Malaya, 1942. Nisha’s home is destroyed by war and she and her mother, Amma, flee to her father’s ancestral house in England, perched on a cliff top on the cold Northern coast. When Amma falls gravely ill, Nisha is left to face her formidable grandmother alone. Grandmother's rules are … Continue reading Nisha’s War by Dan Smith

What’s New Harper Drew? by Kathy Weeks, illustrated by Aleksei Bitskoff

Publication Date: 3 February 2022 The Blurb Welcome to the hilarious WORLD of Harper Drew... there's a whole lot of DRAMA, but luckily she has tried and tested methods to deal with it! My name is Harper Drew. I'm using my new journal to take note of all the totally ridiculous things that seem to … Continue reading What’s New Harper Drew? by Kathy Weeks, illustrated by Aleksei Bitskoff