The only children's story by 2014's winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Patrick Modiano, illustrated in full colour by celebrated artist Jean-Jacques Sempé.
A must-have bedtime book for all children, full of sleepy actions yawning, stretching, sighing and a simple Good night refrain. By the turn of the last page, readers will be felling very sleepy indeed.
Little Owl must be more careful when he is sleeping. He has fallen from his nest, and with a bump he lands on the ground. Where is his mummy? With the earnest assistance of his new friend Squirrel, Little Owl sets off in search of her, and meets a sequence of other animals.
Follow and join in the family's excitement as they wade through the grass, splash through the river and squelch through the mud in search of a bear. What a surprise awaits them in the cave on the other side of the dark forest!
A story of friendship and greed, loyalty and courage. It stars such characters as: young Jim Hawkins, the terrifying Blind Pew, the wild man Ben Gunn, and one of literature's most dastardly villains, the charming, crafty, and utterly unscrupulous Long John Silver.
From the multi award-winning picture book maker of "A Bit Lost", "Oh No, George!", "Shh! We Have a Plan" and "Goodnight Everyone" comes a bold new picture book about building up the courage to try something new.
YA A DARK, GRIPPING AND WITTY THRILLER IN WHICH THE ONLY THING HUMANITY HAS CONTROL OVER IS DEATH.
IN A WORLD WHERE DISEASE, WAR AND CRIME HAVE BEEN ELIMINATED, THE ONLY WAY TO DIE IS TO BE RANDOMLY KILLED ("GLEANED") BY PROFESSIONAL SCYTHES. CITRA AND ROWAN ARE TEENAGERS WHO HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO BE SCYTHES' APPRENTICES, AND DESPITE WANTING NOTHING TO DO WITH THE VOCATION, THEY MUST LEARN THE ART OF KILLING AND UNDERSTAND THE NECESSITY OF WHAT THEY DO.
Mesmerizing and full of heart, this is a picture book about self-confidence and love, and a radiant celebration of individuality. While riding the subway home with his Nana one day, Julián notices three women spectacularly dressed up. Their hair billows in brilliant hues, their dresses end in fishtails, and their joy fills the train carriage