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The story of a shy young girl who discovers her inner confidence through a magical encounter with dream wolves.
When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit: 50th anniversary edition
HarperCollins celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of Judith Kerr's fictionalised autobiography for children.
The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers and Other Gruesome Tales
Jen Campbell, illus. Adam De Souza
Like the Brothers Grimm’s short stories, this collection features fourteen tales from around the world retold by British author and award-winning poet Jen Campbell.
A collectable series of postcard size picture books of modern nursery rhymes and poems translated from Latvia, each illustrated by a leading contemporary Latvian illustrator.
Levin the Cat
Tao Jiu, illus. Yang Shanshan, transl. Helen Wang
A pet cat faces difficult changes in his life when his owner, a nurse, must leave him to care for patients suffering from coronavirus.
Paul Russell, illus. Cara King
Lucy worries about absolutely everything and it is stopping her doing the things she wants to, but can she be brave and find her courage?
The Adventures of Na Willa
Reda Gaudiamo, illus. Cecillia Hadayat, transl. Ikhda Ayuning Maharsi Degoul & Kate Wakeling
Through the eye of the little girl Na Willa, we see the community of Surabaya in Indonesia as it really is in '60s.
This Book is Anti-Racist Journal
Tiffany Jewell, illus. Aurélia Durand
A guidebook with over fifty activities for taking action against racism.
Susan Quinn, illus. Marina Ruiz
A child shows us how his everyday world is enhanced by the care and creativity of a brilliant dad.
What is daddy going to do?
Carly Madden, illus. Juliana Perdomo
Different daddies get up to all sorts of fun with their children in this colourful, lift-the-flap book, which acts as a guessing game for readers to enjoy.
Bandoola: The Great Elephant Rescue
An epic story of the enduring bond between humans and animals based on the true story of Bandoola and Elephant Bill.
Drawn Across Borders: True Stories of Migration
Migration is a fact of life – and one of the most pressing and misunderstood issues of our time. George Butler draws from 10 years of experience in reporting on crises to introduce some of the individuals who have been forced to leave their homeland.