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  • A Castle in England

    A collaboration between writer Jamie Rhodes and the National Trust, this unique graphic novel plunges us into the rich and often dark history of Scotney Castle in Kent.

    Five rising stars of the UK comics scene (Isaac Lenkiewicz, Briony May Smith, William Exley, Becky Palmer and Isabel Greenberg) have illustrated five short stories that mix fiction with fact.

  • Ivy and the Lonely Raincloud

    Unexpected friendships are formed in this charming story about a solitary raincloud and a grumpy little girl.

    In Katie Harnett‘s second picture book, a lonely raincloud stumbles across a young florist who looks rather sad – could she be looking for a friend too?

  • How to Survive in the North

    Now in paperback! Luke Healy‘s debut graphic novel compellingly weaves together true life narratives from the 1900s with a contemporary fictional love story.

    Equal parts bleak and beautiful, this is a unique visual journey of love and loss that shows the strength it takes to survive even in the harshest conditions- whether in the Arctic or through a mid-life crisis…

  • Just Like Me

    Can you spin around? Can you touch the ground?

    Vibrant, quirky illustrations by Amélie Falière accompany Joshua Seigal’s rhyming poem to lead toddlers through a series of silly movements that encourage playfulness and fun.

  • My Very Own Space

    Little rabbit Jack is trying to read his book in peace, but there’s just too much going on around him! Maybe he needs some space of his very own…

    Through sweet illustrations by Rebecca Crane and engaging text by Pippa Goodhart, this beautiful picture book gently introduces young children to concepts of personal space and sharing.

  • Pantheon

    Suspicious salad, fighting hippos and a golden willy… all in Hamish Steele’s hilarious retelling of the most famous myth in Ancient Egypt.

    The god Horus vows bloody revenge on his uncle Set for the murder of his pharaoh father- and so the great battle between the deities begins. Who will emerge triumphant and claim the throne of Egypt?

  • Big Hid

    Big and Little are a great team. They do everything together. Until one day, Big… hid!

    This debut book by talented young illustrator Roisin Swales is a charming tale about friendship and overcoming sadness and how sometimes we all need a little time.. and a big hug.

  • Garbage Night

    In this hotly anticipated follow-up to Jen Lee’s 17×23 comic Vacancy, juvenile animals strive to survive across a post-apocalyptic wasteland, creating a striking parable about the nature of freedom and friendship.

    Follow three best friends as they spend their days looting the desolate supermarket, waiting for the hallowed ‘garbage night’ until they encounter a mysterious stranger and set off into the unknown…

  • The Secret of Black Rock

    This captivating modern folk-tale by talented illustrator, Joe Todd-Stanton, explores the extraordinary relationship we can have with the natural world around us,

    Erin Pike is fascinated by the legend of Black Rock, a huge, dark and spiky mass that is said to destroy any boats that come near it! But are these tales really true? One day Erin sneaks on board her mother’s fishing boat to find out…

  • The Journey

    Say hello to the most important picture book you’ll read this year!

    In the wake of a tragedy, a young child and her family leave everything behind in order to find a better life in a far away place.  This beautiful and sensitive book, inspired by the author’s interviews with refugee families, shines a light on the hope that keeps them alive.

  • Nightlights

    Nightlights is a beautiful story about fear, insecurity and creativity, from the enchanting imagination of Lorena Alvarez.

    Every night, Sandy creates wonderful creatures to play with until she falls asleep and in the morning brings them back to life in the whimsical drawings that cover her room. One day, a mysterious pale girl called Morfie appears at school and is fascinated by Sandy’s drawings in a way that no one else has been before. But there is a price to pay for this new friendship…

  • Audubon, On the Wings of the World

    John James Audubon’s epic ornithological quest across America began with nothing but his artist’s materials, an assistant, a gun and an unwavering single-minded passion for birds.

    This beautiful graphic novel from Fabien Grolleau and Jérémie Royer follows the life of an exceptional naturalist, when America still felt unexplored and full of opportunity.

  • Arthur and the Golden Rope

    Travel back in time to the land of the Vikings, and witness the tale of the very first Brownstone and his quest for the fabled golden rope in this first book from talented young illustrator Joe Todd-Stanton.

    A legion of magical objects, powerful gods, and dangerous beasts await our unlikely hero, the bookish young Arthur, as he sets off on his life-changing adventure!

  • SP4RX

    Wren McDonald returns in this action-packed tale about technology, rebellion, survival, and corruption!

    Deep in the lower levels of society, a young hacker named SP4RX is looking for a place to crash.  Instead, he uncovers an insidious scheme to destroy the working class by replacing them with highly effective tech.  The fate of humanity is at stake and it’s up to SP4RX to lead the resistance!

  • The Wolves of Currumpaw

    The second book from award winning illustrator William Grill takes to the red heat of the New Mexico desert at the end of the 19th century, following the true story of the Currumpaw Valley wolfpack and the man hired to trap their leader.

    Beautifully illustrated and faithfully retold from Ernest Thompson Seton’s classic ‘Wild Animals I Have Known’, this is a powerful and moving tale that highlights the importance of protecting wild animals, as discovered by the very man who hunted them.