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The Storm Keepers' Battle

A tremendous and satisfying ending to this vibrant trilogy

Book Cover for The Storm Keepers' Battle by Catherine Doyle

The Muddlemoor Mysteries: Peril at the Bake Off

Holiday fun and games and a delicious crime story too

Book Cover for  The Muddlemoor Mysteries: Peril at the Bake Off by Ruth Quayle

Scaredy Cat

There are Scaredy Cats everywhere . . . it's just that YOU can't see them!

Book Cover for Scaredy Cat by James Patterson

A Fox Called Herbert

Delightful family based story about identity and love

Book Cover for A Fox Called Herbert by Margaret Sturton

Usborne Book of the Brain and How it Works

This visually astonishing story takes children on a journey into and through the brain. Simple but beautifully illustrated metaphors explain the different jobs that our brains do, and how they use brain cells to accomplish them. From the senses to sleep, memories to making decisions, this book brings the wonder of brains and brain science to life.

Book Cover for Usborne Book of the Brain and How it Works by Betina Ip


Lies, loss and first love turned toxic - this exceptional novel-in-verse packs poignant punch

Book Cover for Wrecked by Louisa Reid

Stop That Dinosaur!

Rollicking rib-tickler featuring a granny-napping dinosaur who doesn’t want to be alone

Book Cover for Stop That Dinosaur! by Alex English

Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow

A truly heart-warming, funny and positive debut about a son’s way of dealing with his father’s coming out

Book Cover for Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow by Benjamin Dean

Circus Maximus: Race to the Death

Breathtakingly exciting adventure story of a girl charioteer

Book Cover for Circus Maximus: Race to the Death by Annelise Gray

All American Boys

Mind-blowingly powerful story of police brutality and overcoming the racism of silence

Book Cover for All American Boys by Jason Reynolds, Brendan Kiely

The Last Bear

Beautifully illustrated by Levi Pinfold, The Last Bear invites readers to care about the science behind the fate of an endangered species and to believe in one girl’s magical solution to the problem.

Book Cover for The Last Bear by Hannah Gold

The Perfect Fit

A perfect way to learn about shapes and have some fun along the way!

Book Cover for The Perfect Fit by Naomi Jones

The Weather Weaver

A coming of age story, intertwined with island myths and hidden magic

Book Cover for The Weather Weaver by Tamsin Harris

Long Way Down The Graphic Novel

Exceptional graphic novel adaptation of a ground-breaking novel-in-verse about gun violence, grief and breaking free

Book Cover for Long Way Down The Graphic Novel by Jason Reynolds

The Gilded Ones

An exploration of what it is to be feminist in a deeply patriarchal kingdom

Book Cover for The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna


Desert island adventures and a special friendship

Book Cover for Hom by Jeanne Willis

Mona Lisa in New York

Haughty art icon meets the marvels of street culture (and learns a thing or two in the process)

Book Cover for Mona Lisa in New York by Yevgenia Nayberg

What Did the Tree See?

Simple rhyming text matched by beautiful and carefully detailed illustrations offer a delightful history lesson

Book Cover for What Did the Tree See? by Charlotte Guillain

The Storm Keepers' Battle

A tremendous and satisfying ending to this vibrant trilogy

Book Cover for The Storm Keepers' Battle by Catherine Doyle

The Boy I Am

Thought-provoking dystopian thriller about gender roles and abuses of power

Book Cover for The Boy I Am by K. L. Kettle

Which Food Will You Choose?

Banish mealtime blues through making food fun

Book Cover for Which Food Will You Choose? by Claire Potter

All American Boys

Mind-blowingly powerful story of police brutality and overcoming the racism of silence

Book Cover for All American Boys by Jason Reynolds, Brendan Kiely
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Drawn Across Borders: True Stories of Migration

Powerful personal portraits of people on the frontlines of migration

Written and illustrated by award-winning artist and current affairs specialist George Butler, Drawn Across Borders is a unique empathy-inspiring portrayal of the affecting personal experiences of twelve migrants, covering countries as diverse as Tajikistan, Myanmar, Kenya, Syria and Palestine. It’s an honest, awe-inspiring tribute to the featured individuals, a testament to the strength of the human spirit, and a timely reminder that real people lie behind every news story on migrants. Real people with real (and varied) reasons for leaving places they once called home.   Butler frames the book with brilliant clarity: “People move around the ... Read Full Review

Joanne Owen

Cardboard Cowboys

A warm and funny story of the unlikely friendship that helps one lonely, bullied young boy see himself differently

Multi- award-winning Brain Conaghan specialises in misfits, characters on the edge looking in, and he has a wonderful ear for authentic dialogue and for giving us male protagonists with emotional depth. He creates characters that rapidly find a place in your heart and who will make you laugh out loud and shed a few tears. This is the first time that he has written for a younger audience and does so without losing any of his trademark authenticity or sharp, wisecracking dialogue. Brian’s older teen fans will also find this an enjoyable read. Lenny blames himself and his ... Read Full Review

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Becoming: Adapted for Younger Readers

A younger reader's edition of the number-one bestselling memoir by former first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama. With a new introduction from Mrs Obama herself

A tale of ups and downs, triumphs and failures, this is an incredibly honest account. It will take you from the early years - first kiss, first school, first love - to the wonders of the White House, and the moment Mrs Obama shook hands with the Queen of England. A book to read, share, and talk about with the adults in your life, this is a call to action and compassion, and hope for change in uncertain times, and in a scary world. You'll be inspired to help others, and understand that no one is perfect. Just like Michelle ... Read Full Review


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