Hortense And The Shadow by Natalia and Lauren O’Hara

Publication Date: 5th October 2017 Hortense’s shadow follows her everywhere, copies everything she does and never leaves her. She hates it. And it hates her too, doesn't it? Only when she is rid of it, and finds herself in desperate trouble, does she discover it's true value. Stunning, delicate illustrations not only complement, but add … Continue reading Hortense And The Shadow by Natalia and Lauren O’Hara

Lint Boy by Aileen Leijten

Publication Date: 13th July 2017 Lint Boy and Lint Bear live in their warm, cosy tumble dryer, but both know that they must run for safety from the light and the claw that comes with it. When Lint Bear fails to run fast enough, he is snatched away, leaving Lint Boy alone. When Lint Boy … Continue reading Lint Boy by Aileen Leijten

The Fairytale Times by Zanib Mian; illustrated by Laura Ewing Ferrer

  As soon as I saw this, I wanted it, and it didn't disappoint. Hot off the press, The Fairytale Times has the scoop on 15 of the most loved fairytales. This issue includes how the Little Bad Wolf became the Big Bad Wolf, an exclusive interview with Swan Webfoot on life before becoming a … Continue reading The Fairytale Times by Zanib Mian; illustrated by Laura Ewing Ferrer

The Boy, The Bird & The Coffin Maker by Matilda Woods

Publication date: 1st May 2017 Alberto is Allora’s coffin maker, living alone following the plague that swept through the town 30 years ago with the same relentless ferocity that now sees fish fly out of the sea. He notices food disappearing from his kitchen, and soon begins leaving food for the scrap thin boy he … Continue reading The Boy, The Bird & The Coffin Maker by Matilda Woods

Frogkisser! by Garth Nix

Frogkisser by Garth Nix Publication Date: 28th February 2017 Princess Anya must go on a Quest, not a little quest, a big one with a capital Q! Her stepstepfather is the evil sorcerer, Duke Rikard, intent on ruling the tiny kingdom of Trellonia. Having turned her older sister’s current courting prince into a frog, Anya … Continue reading Frogkisser! by Garth Nix

The Secret Of Nightingale Wood by Lucy Strange

When tragedy strikes the Abbott family, they move to the countryside to make a fresh start. Henry is trying to find a way to come to terms with the loss of her brother, her mother being very poorly and her father going away to work in Europe. She takes solace and strength from her worries … Continue reading The Secret Of Nightingale Wood by Lucy Strange

The Fox and The Ghost King by Michael Morpurgo

The foxes love football, and foxes in every part of the country support The Foxes; Leicester City Football Club. Win or lose, they love them, and all the food scraps left behind by the human fans. When returning home from another defeat, across a car park that is being excavated, Dad and son fox hear … Continue reading The Fox and The Ghost King by Michael Morpurgo

A Girl Called Owl by Amy Wilson

Owl? What kind of a name is that? And why, every time she asks who her father is, does her mother tell her fairy tales about elemental beings, sprits and fairies in a world of winter? As Owl turns 13, she is more desperate than ever to discover who her father is, especially when frost … Continue reading A Girl Called Owl by Amy Wilson