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  • Americana (And The Act Of Getting Over It.)

    The Pacific Crest Trail runs 2660 miles, from California’s border with Mexico to Washington’s border with Canada. To walk it is to undertake a gruelling test of body and spirit… challenge accepted.

    This intimate, engaging autobiographical work recounts the author’s own attempt to walk the length of the USA’s west coast. Healy’s life-changing journey weaves in and out of reflections on his experiences in America and his development as an artist, navigating both the trail itself and the unique culture of the people who attempt to complete it.

  • Hilda and the Mountain King

    By Luke Pearson

    See what new and unexpected perils await our beloved blue- haired adventurer in the sixth book from the widely praised series.

    We rejoin our heroine for her latest adventure just as she awakes to find herself…in the body of a troll! Her mum is worried sick, and now has to deal with the strange creature that seems to have taken Hilda’s place…

  • Astro Kittens: Into The Unknown and Cosmic Machines

    By Dr. Dominic Walliman and Ben Newman

    Who says science is not for babies?

    Join Professor Astro Cat and his kittens on a journey of discovery, and learn all about the joys of space! The Astro Kittens series explores advanced scientific theories through fun and engaging artwork – perfect for parents and their budding space explorers.

  • One Day on Our Blue Planet: In the Antarctic (Paperback)

    From breakfast to dinner, dusk to dawn, children will love spending the day with this curious penguin chick.

    Now in paperback, this widely acclaimed series of children’s books continues with an adventurous Adélie penguin chick as she sets out into the vast Antarctic ocean. Young readers will love spending the day with this feisty bird and learning about how she spends a day in her little corner of our big, blue planet!

  • Professor Astro Cat’s Stargazing

    Welcome back, stargazers! Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what a star looks like up close? Ever thought about how long it would take to walk a light year? Join Professor Astro Cat and his friends on another stellar mission!

    In this new addition to the bestselling science series, we learn all about the stars in our universe, including our own sun! From scientific discoveries to the constellations dreamed up by humans centuries ago, Ben Newman’s beloved illustrations bring these fascinating facts to life for young readers

  • Stig and Tilde: Vanisher’s Island

    Daring escapades abound in the action-packed adventures of plucky twins, Stig & Tilde.

    Keeping with a local tradition, Stig and Tilde hop on a dinghy and head to a desert island to survive alone without adult supervision. However, a unexpected detour leads them to the wrong island and it looks like it’s inhabited by something that isn’t too fond of guests…

  • SKIP

    In this epic tale of friendship, compassion and growth, Molly Mendoza’s stunning art and gripping storytelling immerses you in alternate worlds filled with mystical creatures and dazzling landscapes.

    When Bloom is thrown from their world, and Gloopy is exiled from their own, the two youngsters find in each other a much-needed kindred spirit. But as they skip through dimensions and encounter weeping giants, alligator islands and topsy-turvy 2D worlds, they find that their greatest challenge will be facing their own fears back home.

  • The Immortal Jellyfish

    There is a place where life’s end can become a new beginning as someone, or something, entirely different.

    When a young boy’s grandfather dies suddenly, he is overwhelmed with the sadness of knowing that they will never see each other again. To his delight, they meet again in a dream, where his grandfather takes him on a thrilling journey to the Life Transfer City – a place where departed loved ones can live on…

  • Ancient Wonders

    How exactly was the Great Pyramid at Giza made? Were the mystical Hanging Gardens of Babylon even real? What became of the Lighthouse of Alexandria? Find out … in Ancient Wonders.

    No one knows quite who decided the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. But thrilling accounts of their wonder have left us yearning to know more about their great mysteries. Go on a journey across the world and through time, and explore these and many more impressive monuments through stunning artwork.

  • In Waves

    In this visually arresting graphic novel, surfer and illustrator AJ Dungo remembers his late partner and the shared love of surfing that endured throughout their difficult times. 

    With a passion for surfing at the forefront of this narrative, California native A J Dungo intertwines his own story with those of the great heroes of surf in a rare work of non-fiction that is as moving as it is fascinating.

  • Akissi: More Tales of Mischief

    Akissi is back with more stories of silliness and chaos – there’s never a dull moment when she’s around!

    Akissi is a true adventurer, nothing can stop her – not even a purple potion that gives her nightmares! Join her as she starts a new term at school and tackles scary teachers, an even scarier witchdoctor and meets her nemesis in the classroom.

  • Tyna of the Lake (Gamayun Tales Book 3)

    The widely acclaimed Gamayun Tales returns with this exciting third instalment. 

    After a deal with Vodyanoy the Water Spirit sees the Merchant’s son forced into a life of servitude under water, a not-so chance encounter with Vodyanoy’s daughter Tyna, may mean that the merchant’s son has a chance at freedom. But dangerous creatures lie in the deep blue…

  • Hicotea (A Nightlights Story)

    In this mesmerising follow-up to Nightlights, Lorena Alvarez explores our relationship with the natural world.

    On a school field trip to the local wetlands, Sandy discovers an empty turtle shell. Peeking into the shell, she suddenly finds herself within a magical new dimension. Filled with sculptures, paintings and books, the turtle’s shell is a museum of the natural world. But one painting is incomplete, and the shell’s mystery inhabitant needs Sandy’s help to finish it…

  • A Mouse Called Julian

    Julian is a mouse who is perfectly happy avoiding other animals. They seem to just get in the way and sometimes even try to eat him! But one day, Julian has an unexpected dinner guest…

    When the fox tries to sneak into Julian’s burrow for a tasty bite of mouse, it finds itself stuck headfirst in Julian’s front door!

  • Kingdom

    Jon McNaught returns with another beautiful comic that makes the ordinary, extraordinary.

    A family sets off for a long weekend at a caravan park on the British coast. We follow them through the familiar landscapes of a summer holiday: motorway service stations, windswept cliffs, dilapidated museums and tourist giftshops. In this atmospheric and contemplative work, Jon McNaught explores the rhythms of nature, the passing of time, and the beauty and boredom of a summer holiday.

  • Nobrow 10: Studio Dreams

    Celebrating 10 years of Nobrow, this extra tenth edition of the Nobrow magazine features 70 artists responding to our theme of ‘Studio Dreams’.

    World renowned creators turn their hand to creating their dream studio spaces (whatever that might mean for each one) in this unique international showcase containing over 100 pages of illustration.

    Hardback Special Edition

    Magazine

  • Geis (Vol. 2) : A Game Without Rules

    The second test has begun! Alexis Deacon’s masterful medieval fantasy series continues with this gripping new instalment.

    Contenders for the role of chief find themselves divided against their will and flung into a mysterious game. While the struggle for power continues, Io and Nemas battle with their own identities… but when allies are turned against one another, who can be trusted?


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