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  • Darwin: An Exceptional Voyage

    The year is 1831. A gifted yet somewhat distracted young man named Charles Darwin has been offered a place aboard the H.M.S. Beagle.

    This is an intelligent and immersive graphic novel from award-winning duo Fabien Grolleau and Jérémie Royer that joins Darwin on a journey of thrilling discovery as he explores remote corners of the natural world and pieces together the very beginnings of his revolutionary theory of evolution.

  • Pip and the Bamboo Path

    When Pip and her mother realise they are no longer safe in their familiar forest, the two red pandas embark on a journey to find the Bamboo Path, which should lead them to a new home. But the long road ahead is full of unfamiliar places and hidden dangers…

    Jesse Hodgson’s beautiful new book is a charming tale of perseverance which highlights the plight of animals who have lost their homes due to deforestation.

  • Hilda and the Great Parade

    Meet Hilda – explorer, adventurer, avid sketchbook-keeper and friend to every creature in the valley! Well … almost every creature…

    Hilda and her mum have settled into their new home in the city of Trolberg and our heroine is trying to fit into this new and very different way of life. Though she’s made a new friend, the city is vast and unfamiliar and, as night falls, both Hilda and her mum are lost in the bustling Bird Parade, desperate to reunite. Will this concrete labyrinth ever feel quite like home?

  • Through A Life

    Told through a series of poignant vignettes, Through A Life is a sweeping story of of dreams, expectations, nature and loss.

    Rodney spends his life looking through. Windows give way to screens as he comes of age dreaming of what lies beyond Earth’s atmosphere… in this powerfully silent graphic novel by Tom Haugomat.

  • 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.

  • Hello Mister Cold (Tales from the Hidden Valley)

    Carles Porta’s Tales from the Hidden Valley series returns for its second instalment with snowy forests, enchanting music and no shortage of new and curious friends!

    It’s winter in the hidden valley now. A strange, trumpet-playing new visitor has appeared and word is that he has kidnapped Yula! One can only hope that Sarah and friends can save the day with trumpeting of their own…

  • Everest

    It is the highest spot on planet Earth, known to many as the roof of the world, and the ultimate challenge for mountain-climbing adventurers. Welcome to Mount Everest.

    With sumptuous and stylish illustration by Lisk Feng, this dynamic book reveals the great mountain’s ancient origins, the flora and fauna that thrive upon its great flanks and the rich mythology of Sagarmatha, the Goddess of the Sky.

  • An Illustrated History of Filmmaking

    An essential read for any film lover, this beautifully illustrated volume explores the tradition of filmmaking that stretches from today’s blockbusters back to its roots in prehistory.

    Emerging talent Adam Allsuch Boardman guides the reader on an filmmaking journey that covers cameras, directors and stars through the ages, presented with endearing, stylised illustration.

  • Me and My Fear

    When a young girl has to travel to a new country and start at a new school, her Fear tells her to be alone and afraid. How can she hope to make friends if she doesn’t understand their language?

    Francesca Sanna‘s new book helps young readers understand what it might be like for a friend who is new to their school or town, and shows the importance of sharing our fears in order to connect with one another.

  • 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.

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  • Dalston Monsterzz

    For years, Dalston has been home to monsters… and that’s not just the property developers! Out of holes dug for new blocks of flats, huge beasts began to emerge. Two friends are forced to fight for their lives as they discover the true depths of Dalston’s darkest secret.

    Dilraj Mann’s debut graphic novel explores friendship and corruption in an alternative vision of East London.

  • 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.

  • 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…

  • 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.