Debut children’s novel from the Director of Studies in English at Queen’s College, Cambridge. A classy adventure.
A suspenseful psychological YA mystery about one girl’s search to uncover the truth behind her ex-boyfriend’s death.
Robert J. Harris, author of The World’s Gone Loki series and Will Shakespeare and the Pirate’s Fire, brings the young Conan Doyle to life in the second book of this ingenious new detective series.
“Sometimes the only way to make sense of my life is to put it all into charts and diagrams… But even that just makes me realise how far away from normal my family is…”
A funny title from a new author filled with distinctive infographics and charts by Chris Judge.
Readers aged 7-10 with an appetite for humour presented this way will welcome a new character to follow.
“Curl up in your favourite reading spot and let yourself be whisked away by a master storyteller. You’ll have a wonderful adventure and perhaps you’ll be inspired – to fight for your true freedom like Mara, to face your fears like Jamie, to find out who you really want to be – and of course to plan your own adventures…” LIZ CROSS, Publisher
Sixteen-year-old William Rushton wears a genuine Rolex but pushes shopping carts for a living. He has some secrets—namely that he lives in the crawl space under the bowling alley, and he knows stuff that could wreck lives.
Tribal tattooed sixteen-year-old Julian Hillman also pushes shopping carts for a living. He has some secrets—namely that he spent time behind bars for trashing a bloke, and he loves the idea of owning a genuine Rolex.
A rattling urban bromance made of plastic and stainless steel.
Every fangirl’s daydream is about to become Milly’s nightmare… When Milly arrives home to discover her mum has been taken over by something very evil, she finds herself in mortal danger. But the last people she expects to rescue her are the boys in the hottest band on the planet! Enter SLAY – playing killer gigs, and slaying killer demons. Suddenly, Milly’s on the road with JD, Tom, Niv, Zek and Connor, helping save the world, one gig at a time…
A deeply moving, unflinching portrait of modern Australian suburban life.
‘Living on Hope Street is a big-hearted, compassionate work. Divaroren is a ferociously good storyteller and every character breathes life, every character convinces. This book is an absolute joy to read.’ CHRISTOS TSIOLKAS
Second in the Sam Little series from cartoonist and illustrator Joe Berger.
Praise for the first title: `Comic-strip frames, drawn with energy and silliness, are interspersed with a smattering of text, all the way to the entertaining twist. [Sam’s] arrival is to be welcomed.’ The Sunday Times
A landmark new novel from the ‘storymaker’, Michael Morpurgo, set in the unique landscape of the Camargue in the South of France during WW2. There, a young autistic boy lives on his parents’ farm among the salt flats, and the flamingos that live there. There are lots of things he doesn’t understand: but he does know how to heal animals. He loves routine, and music too: and every week he goes to market with his mother, to ride his special horse on the town carousel.