The Train To Impossible Places by P.G. Bell

Cover and internal illustrations by Flavia Sorrentino When Suzy is woken by strange noises in the middle of the night, her logical brain struggles to take in what she is seeing. Train tracks running through her house! And so begins Suzy’s adventure aboard the Impossible Postal Service, and she’s not even wearing her best pyjamas! … Continue reading The Train To Impossible Places by P.G. Bell

The People Awards by Lily Murray, illustrated by Ana Albero

Roll out the red carpet and get set to explore the amazing achievements of people who have pursued their passions, pushed boundaries and changed the world. Find out who’s won The Brilliant Idea Awards, The Trailblazer Awards, The Creative Awards and many others, including my personal favourite, The One Voice Award. Celebrating the achievements of … Continue reading The People Awards by Lily Murray, illustrated by Ana Albero

The Infinite Lives Of Maisie Day by Christopher Edge

Cover and chapter opener illustrations by Matt Saunders It’s Maisie Day’s 10th Birthday, but when she races downstairs, she finds herself alone, her family gone and the world she knew no longer exists outside – just an impenetrable darkness that is seeping into her home. It’s Maisie Day’s 10th Birthday, but when she races downstairs, … Continue reading The Infinite Lives Of Maisie Day by Christopher Edge

Brightstorm: A Sky-Ship Adventure by Vashti Hardy

Publication Date: 1 March 2018 Cover illustration by George Ermos I was delighted to receive an early review copy of Brightstorm. Within the shiny gold silver envelope, I knew an adventure awaited, but an adventure with a map? Oh wow! Before turning a page, I was able to begin the immersion into a whole new … Continue reading Brightstorm: A Sky-Ship Adventure by Vashti Hardy

Battle Of The Beetles by M.G. Leonard

Cover illustration, chapter headers and beetles by Elisabet Portabella Interior illustrations by Karl James Mountford The final instalment of M.G. Leonard’s trilogy begins just eleven days after the devastating finale at the Film Awards... Somewhere, deep in a rainforest and hidden from the world, Lucretia Cutter has put her plans for world domination into action. … Continue reading Battle Of The Beetles by M.G. Leonard

Sky Chasers by Emma Carroll

Cover illustration by David Litchfield Magpie steals just enough to get by, an orphan who dreams of flying above the rooftops that surround her. When a boy whizzes past her, clearly in trouble, she races to the rescue, and suddenly finds herself soaring across the fields below. She’s actually flying – if only for a … Continue reading Sky Chasers by Emma Carroll

Animals Behaving Badly by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Adam Stower

It’s said that the truth is stranger than fiction, and this book proves it. Including a devilish creature that can kill a polar bear, fish that kept a community awake, and a bird that can destroy anything, to name a few, this is a treasure trove of amazing animal behaviours that celebrates animals’ adaptability and … Continue reading Animals Behaving Badly by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Adam Stower

A First Book Of Animals by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Petr Horáček

So, you want to know more about animals? Where they live? Which are the biggest and smallest? Why are they the colour or shape they are? What about their babies? What do they do? This is the perfect book to discover some of the amazing creatures that grace our planet, from the depths of the … Continue reading A First Book Of Animals by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Petr Horáček

Home Lab: Exciting Experiments for Budding Scientists by Robert Winston

Science really is all around us, and the experiments in this book enable you to turn your home into your very own Science Lab. From making your own lollipops to bath bombs, balloon rocket cars to a jungle in a bottle, there really is something for everyone in this brilliant book. Adult help is required … Continue reading Home Lab: Exciting Experiments for Budding Scientists by Robert Winston

If… by David J Smith, illustrated by Steve Adams

Have you ever wondered just how big Earth is or when life on Earth started? When did we start inventing things? Where does our energy come from? How is wealth distributed across the world? The figures and timescales are so vast it's often difficult to really understand them. If… changes that by relating these big … Continue reading If… by David J Smith, illustrated by Steve Adams