Children's Books & Teenage Books
Our Choice of New Children's Books
Our Children's Book of the Month
So good it’s earned a second month as our children’s choice. For a story with childlike robots at its mechanical heart, Pádraig Kenny’s debut Tin is soaringly human, spinning an often affecting tale where evil is no match for simple courage and friendship.
Set in a strange, alternative England, the orphaned child Christopher is missing and it’s up to his mechanical friends to save him; wildly imaginative and filled with characters of real depth and growing complexity, Tin shines with hope and adventure.
Fantastically Great Women Who Made History is the eagerly anticipated follow up to Kate Pankhurst's hugely successful, Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World.
This beautiful title looks at the stories, accomplishments and adventures of many more brilliant women from throughout history. Travel through the Underground Railroad with the brave and courageous Harriet Tubman, turn the pages of the hauntingly brilliant Frankenstein with the incredibly talented Mary Shelley and prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey through history with these and many other remarkable women.
Overflowing with vibrant and beautiful illustrations, and wonderfully engaging text, Fantastically Great Women Who Made History is a celebration of just some of the inspirational women who put their mark on the world we live in.
Written by the incredibly talented Kate Pankhurst, prepare to be inspired.
All our bookselling instincts tell us Children of Blood and Bone is a book apart. Posted to YouTube, author Tomi Adeyemi’s surge of tearful joy at seeing her debut in the flesh instantly went viral, lending something very real and important to the long journey of her novel finally finding print.
This is a tale brimming with courage, injustice, magic and star-crossed love, as young Zélie comes to terms with the extraordinary gifts she has been forced to keep hidden and the revenge that burns in her heart. With sweeping, prescient themes of race and heritage, Children of Blood and Bone is poised to be the breakout YA hit of 2018.