Fly into a fiery and fantastical future with No. 1 bestselling author David Walliams, in an epic adventure of myth and legend, good and evil, and one small boy who must save the world... Illustrated by the artistic genius Tony Ross!
Diary of a Confused Feminist
"this book by the comedian Kate Weston will make you laugh out loud..."
— The Sunday Times
Asha and the Spirit Bird
"an exotic journey with a feelgood ending..."
4.11 out of 5
The Highland Falcon Thief
M. G. Leonard, Sam Sedgman, Elisa Paganelli
"don’t let excuses stop you from getting stuck into this thrilling new detective series..."
— The Times
The Kid Who Came from Space
"Welford is a remarkably entertaining storyteller. ..."
One Of Us Is Next
"Teen genre fiction can so easily be awash with cliches and stereotypes, and she manages to disrupt them...."
— The Guardian
"This is a story with characters who catch you up and carry you through their trials and triumphs..."
4.14 out of 5
The Secret Commonwealth
"Pullman is a consummate and gifted storyteller and his narrative skill and linguistic dexterity are on full display here..."
— Irish Times
3.69 out of 5
Bunnies on the Bus
Philip Ardagh, Ben Mantle
"A tale of high-speed bunnies is a wild ride..."
McTavish on the Move
"The book is proof that humour and clarity require sophisticated skill..."
Letters from Tove
Tove Jansson, Boel Westin, Helen Svensson, Sarah Death
"full of ... casual brilliance and beauty..."
Kiki & Jax
Marie Kondo, Salina Yoon
"Marie Kondo’s Kiki & Jax introduces the young reader to a somewhat more privileged adult concern: the art of decluttering..."
— The Daily Telegraph
Here We Are
"Jeffers conveys the environmental urgency, without giving them nightmares, through beautiful artwork and a sweet, spare story...."
Look Both Ways
"the themes are universal and the twists offer surprises for all..."
The Fowl Twins
"An Artemis Fowl spin-off is a hit..."
4.17 out of 5
The Pearl in the Ice
"Lively storytelling blends fairy tale and a romanticised history..."
Beverly, Right Here
"This accomplished storyteller ... makes every line work so hard each paragraph positively glows...."
"This monster story is a muddle..."
"her worlds are navigated by characters who stay human to the marrow – flawed, cowardly, doubtful, determined, unprincipled and brave..."
4.5 out of 5
Invisible in a Bright Light
"This imaginative novel, bringing together magic ... a suspenseful challenge and a vivid backstage world of intrigue and romance is original and rich..."
4.75 out of 5
Letters From Tove
"Translated from the Swedish by Sarah Death with all the fun, dash and grace they need, these letters bear witness to a busily fulfilled — but never unexamined — life..."
— The Spectator
" A bold, arresting first book..."
— The Observer
4 out of 5
Zippel: The Little Keyhole Ghost
Alex Ruhle, Rachel Ward, Axel Scheffler
"A boy, a ghost and lots of thrills impress..."
Travels With Sushi in the Land of the Mind
"beautifully illustrated by the Croatian artist Tomislav Tomic..."
— Financial Times
Paul McCartney, Kathryn Durst
"the songwriter has turned his formidable creative powers in a literary direction..."
Angel on the Roof
"A timeless story fit for the approaching season, and for these times...."
"a wise, gripping and skilfully told story..."
The Somerset Tsunami
"Deadly floods and witch-hunting enthrall ..."
"the thrilling next instalment in the acclaimed Noughts and Crosses series..."
— The Scotsman
4.64 out of 5
The Boy Who Fooled the World
"Thompson's writing is full of heart, warmth and humour but she's not afraid to address thought-provoking questions about the illusion of wealth and what it means to be happy..."
— The Bookseller
Aalfred and Aalbert
"this is the quirky tale of a blossoming relationship from one of my favourite contemporary picture book creators..."
The Secret of the Tattered Shoes
Jackie Morris, Ehsan Abdollahi
"This picture-book reworking of The Twelve Dancing Princesses is a celebration of love and living to the full...."
Daughter of the Storm
"Certainly this is a novel for those who like drama heaped on drama, a book for younger readers, but for those who don’t scare easily..."