Just Like Me by Louise Gooding

Publication date: 11 March 2021 The Blurb An anthology of 40 inspirational figures who are neurologically or physically diverse. The world is full of people who are a little different. Our uniqueness makes us who we are. We are all 'different; not less'. This is a collection of the true stories of 40 inspirational figures … Continue reading Just Like Me by Louise Gooding

First Names: NELSON (Mandela) by Nansubuga Nagadya Isdahl and Nicole Miles

Publication Date: 4 February 2021 The Blurb Meet NELSON MANDELA, the world's most famous freedom fighter, who went from wanted terrorist to international hero and President of South Africa, thanks to 27 years in jail! Find out: why he didn't use a toothbrush until he was 21; why he was arrested for travelling on a … Continue reading First Names: NELSON (Mandela) by Nansubuga Nagadya Isdahl and Nicole Miles

Amazing Treasures by David Long and Muti

Publication Date: 2 February 2021 The Blurb Explore history, culture, geology, and the environment through treasures ancient and modern! Discover 100+ of the world's most extraordinary man-made and natural treasures, objects and places. Giant gemstones, precious artworks, architectural wonders, intriguing ruins, moon rocks, and more! Treasures both natural and man-made make an appearance in a … Continue reading Amazing Treasures by David Long and Muti

The Great Barrier Reef by Helen Scales, illustrated by Lisk Feng

Publication Date: 1 February 2021 The Blurb With nearly 400,000 square kilometres of dazzling colour, intricate ecosystems and unique creatures large and small, The Great Barrier Reef is one of the great natural wonders of our world. Vibrant, dynamic illustrations illuminate this enchanting place, its animal inhabitants, and the people who have embraced it as … Continue reading The Great Barrier Reef by Helen Scales, illustrated by Lisk Feng

Climate Change And How We’ll Fix It by Alice Harman, illustrated by Andrés Lozano

National Non-Fiction November is an annual celebration of non-fiction for children and young people organized by the Federation of Children’s Book Groups, and I'm delighted to be sharing an amazing non-fiction title today for the final stop on the blog tour this year. Publication Date: 20 October 2020 The Blurb We know what we need … Continue reading Climate Change And How We’ll Fix It by Alice Harman, illustrated by Andrés Lozano

Interview With A Tiger by Andy Seed, Illustrated by Nick East

Publication Date: 17 September 2020 The Blurb If you could talk to animals, what would you ask?'What are your top tips for catching prey, Tiger?''How do you help yourself to honey, Honey Badger?''Why do you howl, Wolf? Get familiar with 10 fierce and furry beasts as they step up to the mic and share their … Continue reading Interview With A Tiger by Andy Seed, Illustrated by Nick East

Greta Thunberg by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara, illustrated by Anke Weckmann

Publication Date: 05 May 2020 The Blurb When young Greta learned of the climate crisis, she stopped talking. She couldn't understand why people in power were not doing anything to save our Earth. One day she started protesting outside the Swedish Parliament, creating the "School Strike for Climate." Soon, lots more young people joined her … Continue reading Greta Thunberg by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara, illustrated by Anke Weckmann

Amazing Islands by Sabrina Weiss and Kerry Hyndman

Publication Date: 2 June 2020 The Blurb Intrepid explorers aged 7-11, get ready to embark on a breath-taking tour of over 100 islands found all around the world! Discover over 100 of the planet's most magical islands - their wildlife, history, diversity, people, cultures, treasures, and more - in this beautifully illustrated book. From islands … Continue reading Amazing Islands by Sabrina Weiss and Kerry Hyndman

Literally Blog Tour – The language of science: new words for new ideas by Patrick Skipworth

Publication Date: 5 May 2020 The Blurb Did you know that English words come from all over the world and that their meanings have changed along their journey? Our word 'zero' comes from the Arabic word for empty space. 'Companion' is from the Latin for with bread. With simple descriptions and dazzling, evocative and witty … Continue reading Literally Blog Tour – The language of science: new words for new ideas by Patrick Skipworth

Planet SOS by Marie G Rohde

Publication Date: 7 April 2020 The Blurb Our planet is sending out an SOS. From global warming to plastic pollution, real-life environmental monsters are threatening our world at every turn. Now it's your chance to challenge them! Meet the habitat-harming monsters that are ruining the Earth and learn how to vanquish each one. The fearsome Atmosdragon is … Continue reading Planet SOS by Marie G Rohde