A simplified version of the classic for younger readers (and a collectible edition for older children’s books fans) with amazingly intricate die-cast layers.
A companion title to Greatest Animal Stories.
The retailers and illustrators vary with each story.
“Each one of these stories is like [a] magic bean. Each of them grows and grows in our mind as we read, and we wonder where it will take us if we climb it. And climb it we must, if we want to find out what is at the top and what will happen when we get there.” Michael Morpurgo
A brand-new abridgement with wonderful illustrations by Robert Ingpen handsomely produced by Palazzo.
Michael Morpurgo’s imaginative retelling of the story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table is accompanied by stunning illustrations created by Michael Foreman. The book was first published in 1994. This is a handsomely produced new hardback edition by Palazzo.
A gift book classic.
This edition was first published in 1985 with new illustrations by Michael Foreman to celebrate the centenary of this wonderful collection of children’s poems.
This reissue contains a new Foreword by Alexander McCall Smith.
A unique collaboration between the Moomins, Oxfam, Waterstones and Sort Of Books, The Invisible Child will raise money for projects that fight inequality and help women and girls everywhere escape from poverty, abuse and neglect. Available exclusively through Waterstones, Oxfam and The Moomin Shop, all the proceeds of every £4.99 copy sold of The Invisible Child will support more women and girls around the world to use their voice and fulfil their potential.
A classic brought to life by Jemima Catlin’s charming and lively colour illustrations in a way that will entice and entertain a new generation of readers.
Partly autobiographical, this is the second title in Judith Kerr’s internationally acclaimed trilogy of books following the life of Anna through war-torn Germany, to London during the Blitz and her return to Berlin to discover the past…
Partly autobiographical, this is the third title in Judith Kerr’s internationally acclaimed trilogy of books following the life of Anna through war-torn Germany, to London during the Blitz and her return to Berlin to discover the past..