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When Fishes Flew: The Story of Elena’s War
Nandi decides to undertake a journey to Ithaca only to find her aunt missing...
I Am Not a Label
Cerrie Burnell, illus. Lauren Mark Baldo
34 disabled artists, thinkers, athletes and activists from past and present.
Hey Willy, See the Pyramids
Lulu narrates imaginative bedtime stories to her little brother, all matched with remarkable and eccentric illustrations.
Forever or a Day
A philosophical exploration of the concept of time intended for young readers.
Super Scientists; 40 Inspiring Icons
Anne Blanchard, illus. Tino
40 of the most inspiring scientists of all time.
India Incredible India
Jasbinder Bilan, illus. Nina Chakrabarti
Take a wonderful, exciting journey through India with Thara and her Nanijee. Who knows what you might discover?
Historical fiction based on the events of the 1760 slave uprising in Jamaica led by Tacky, an important historical figure.
Max Makes a Million
Max lives in New York with Ida and Morris. He is a poet and... a dog! And his dream is to live in Paris.
The Last Bear
Hannah Gold, illus. Levi Pinfold
A friendship forged between a young girl and a stranded polar bear brings adventure and hope.
What if a dandelion became a real lion? Throughout the story with lines, shapes, grey, and little yellow, Yoko Tanaka’s first literary work as an author and an illustrator invites the reader to learn more about life cycle in a profound way.
The Problem with Pierre
C. K. Smouha, illus. Suzanna Hubbard
Bertram and Alan are great friends but very different. The arrival of Bertram’s new cat Pierre shows the two men how important it is to embrace differences.
Alexandra Strick, illus. Steve Antony
This picture book was created with the participation of around one hundred children aged 7 to 12 who all had first-hand experience of diversity or disability.