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Not My Fault by Cath Howe

Not My Fault by Cath Howe

A moving story of friendship and forgiveness, this book perfectly captures the inner life of two sisters whose relationship has broken down. Maya and Rose ...
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The adventures of Harry Stevenson by Ali Pye

The Adventures of Harry Stevenson by Ali Pye

Two delightful and simple stories for emerging readers in one book. Better still, they’re written from the point of view of a twelve-centimetre-tall guinea pig! ...
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What do they do with all that poo

What do they do with all that poo? by Jane Kurtz and Allison Black

A surprisingly appealing fact-based picture book about animal poo that will be enjoyed by both pre and primary school age children. What do all the ...
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D-Day Dog by Tom Palmer

D-Day Dog by Tom Palmer

A book I read with my heart in my mouth and tears in my eyes, this is undoubtedly one of the most thought-provoking stories I’ve ...
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The Chicken Knitters by Cath Jones

The Chicken Knitters by Cath Jones

With a slightly silly central premise, carefully selected language and strong theme, The Chicken Knitters is every bit as good as the best standalone books ...
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The Maker of Monsters by Lorraine Gregory

The Maker of Monsters by Lorraine Gregory

A middle-grade fantasy novel that has everything: a strong voice, well-rounded characters, a perfectly realised world and a clever plot twist. Brat’s parents both drowned ...
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No Ballet Shoes in Syria

No Ballet Shoes in Syria by Catherine Bruton

A perfect twenty-first century version of children’s classics such as When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit or Ballet Shoes. Eleven-year-old Aya used to have a normal ...
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The Spectacular City by Teresa Heapy and David Litchfield

The Spectacular City by Teresa Heapy and David Litchfield

A tale of true friendship. David Litchfield’s outstanding, atmospheric illustrations make this book truly spectacular. Mouse and Bear live in a little, dark house in the ...
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Latest Author Interviews

Catherine Bruton

Catherine Bruton

Catherine Bruton studied English at Oxford University and has been juggling life as a teacher, children’s author and mum for ...
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Kate Mallinder

Kate Mallinder

Kate Mallinder lives near Ashby-de-la-Zouch in Leicestershire with her husband, four children and two kittens. She’s currently attempting to live ...
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Kirsty Applebaum

Kirsty Applebaum

Kirsty was born in Essex and grew up in Hampshire. She has had a wide variety of jobs including bookselling, ...
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Alice Hemming

Alice Hemming

As a child Alice loved the idea of writing a book and, at the age of seven, completed her first ...
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