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Anita and the Dragons
Harmona Carmona, illus. Anna Cunha
Anita, the brave princess, has been watching the dragons flying over her head for years and has never let them scare her. But what will happen when she has to face her fears and travel to another country where the dragons live?
Filippo, Me and the Cherry Tree
Paola Peretti, transl. Denise Muir
This is a sequel to Peretti’s acclaimed "The Distance between Me and the Cherry Tree".
I Love You, Blue
An eco-conscious story of an unusual friendship between a boy and a whale that makes you care.
The Little Lion That Listened
Nicholas D Tana, illus. Jessie Fox, layout design: Matthew Molleur
Leo is a great listener. But Leo is a lion who doesn’t want to roar.
The Lady with the Books: A Story Inspired by the Remarkable Work of Jella Lepman
Kathy Stinson, illus. Marie Lafrance
Jella Lepman’s story accessible to children through the medium of the picture book which was so central to her work.
Levison Wood, illus. Sam Brewster
Real-life explorer and TV star Levison Wood frames a history of exploration and travel within the context of his own journeys.
The Story of Babur: Prince, Emperor, Sage. The Great Epic of Central Asia
Anuradha, illus. Jane Ray
A lively retelling for children of the Baburnama, the first true autobiography in Islamic literature, the story of the Central Asian King Babur (1485-1530), the founder of the Moghul Empire.
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.