This semi-autobiographical and unforgettable story, of a Jewish family fleeing from Germany before the start of the Second World War, with its original cover illustration.
HarperCollins’ striking rejacketing of the Skullduggery Pleasant series continues…
Cover design by black sheep-uk.com
The Manxmouse is one of a kind. He has bright blue fur, huge rabbit ears and no tail. What will happen when he meets the Manx Cat? With a Foreword by Michael Bond who says, “By any standards you will find Manxmouse to be a very special character indeed, and the book itself is unputdownable.”
The Giver is the award-winning classic of bravery and adventure that has inspired countless dystopias. This edition has a foreword by the late Margaret Mahy.
The one and only Cat in the Hat from the iconic Dr. Seuss, now with a special celebration look for it’s 60th birthday! Also includes a very special Cat in the Hat birthday card to colour and keep. When Sally and her brother are left alone, they think they’re in for a dull day – until the Cat in the Hat steps in on the mat, bringing with him mayhem and madness! Remains the perfect book for early readers.
Anna lives only to dance – but her uncle forbids her to have anything to do with ballet. How will she survive?
This classic, reissued in the Collins Modern series, has short introduction by Hilary McKay.
A 2004 title reissued as a Collins Modern Classic.
This, the first of the ten books in the Bagthorpe Saga was published in 1977. The saga follows the lives of an eccentric family who live in Unicorn House in an unspecified but rural part of the UK. The nearest large settlement is the fictional town of Aysham.
Gallico’s 1957 title reissued in the Collins Modern Classics series with a short introduction by Michael Morpurgo.