A tender story of hope and regeneration in a world of broken things. [Turnbull’s] work has a lyrical, dreamlike quality… Stunning. The Bookseller.
A landmark picture book collaboration… Every bit as good as you could expect. Some people have dogs, some people have cats, but Hilda Snibbs has three little monkeys.
The simple text of Anna Kang and bold illustrations of The New Yorker cartoonist Christopher Weyant tell an original and funny story about sharing your worries and facing your fears.
Explore fifteen diverse work places then turn the page to find out what each person’s job entails. Paris-based Morgand uses hand-drawn shapes and bright colours to create bold, vibrant page spreads.
A factual story that will touch children with its simple but enchanting message of life and growth. Beautifully presented, the book has gold blocking on the front cover, gatefolds, textured paper and a specialised etching technique.
An ABC title like no other… An incredibly stylish alphabet book – perfect for children and adults alike. See the sights of New York as never before – through the eyes of an award-winning illustrator Paul Thurlby. Join him as he visits the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square and the Yankee Stadium, as well as discovering some lesser known gems.
From the bestselling authors of the Underpants series… An endearing picture book full of fun, love and affection.
From eatablished Flemish talent, Nils Pieters, comes a story of adventures and farewells with globetrotting illustrations. Told almost exclusively in pictures (with text only on the opening and closing pages) it allows those sharing the book together to create their own commentary in the pictorial narrative.
Book Island’s second title from the creator of The Lion And The Bird. A Governor General Award winner, Canadian Dubuc allows her entertaining illustrations to take centre stage in this very appealing picture book, the text being little more than captioned commentary (in the best of ways).
As winter approaches, a bird flees with her chick, a mouse builds a nest for her child and rabbits run from wolves that roam in the darkening woods. The road home is long and hard, but the animals have each other in this poetic meditation on nature, survival and love. Various creatures seek out home and safety in this rhyming picture book. Just right for a cosy indoor day when winter is inclement.