Publshed by Collins Big Cat

    Henry VIII is famous for having six wives. But why did the Tudor king marry so many times? Who were his wives? And what happened to them …?

    Illustrated By Giorgio Bacchin Published 29/03/2022

    Published by Maverick Arts Publishing

    There's been a burglary at the Bassetville Hotel! Emily and her two dogs Marmutt and Pugson are on the case, but the clues to the thief are tricky to find.

    The only lead they have is a lone tuft of ginger fur... that smells suspiciously like CAT! Is there a real cat burglar about? And, more importantly, can Emily and the dogs catch them in time?

    Illustrated By Claudio Cerri Published 28/02/2022

    Published by Collins Big Cat

    Milo and his dad are moving in with Lily and her mum. Milo and Lily aren't at all happy about it, and neither are their pets...

    Illustrated By Russ Daff Published 10/01/2022

    Published by Collins Big Cat

    Brian Claxon is blasting off to Moon Base Beta. Armed only with an intergalactic space mop, it's his job to keep the space station tidy while the real astronauts do the important work. However, when there's an emergency with the oxygen supply and all the astronauts are left unconscious, it's time for Brian to prove his worth.

    Illustrated By Kevin Hopgood Published 10/01/2022

    Published by North Star Editions

    Katy Nichols (9) and Micah Draper (7) are Junior Volunteers at Mountain Bluff Zoo. There's always something new going on at the zoo, and the friends never know where they'll be asked to lend a hand!

    Illustrated By Joseph Wilkins Published 01/01/2022

    Published by Hodder Education

    The book opens with a description reminiscent of the foggy London of Charles Dickens, but transmuted into 1956 and repurposed in the flow of Selvon's dialect. Moses has lived in London for 10 years and tonight is going to meet a new arrival from Trinidad at Waterloo station, where the boat train comes in. And so opens a lyrical, fluid story of experience, hopes, histories and realities; sharp, witty, bleak, engaging - the experience of hundreds of men arriving in London in search of a prosperous future, facing the harsh realities of living hand to mouth, of racism, and bone-chilling weather.

    Illustrated By Giorgio Bacchin Published 26/11/2021

    Published by North Star Editions

    Twelve-year-old Maisie is an artist. When she's in front of her sketchbook or apprenticing at Glenna's Portraits, the family-run art shop her grandmother started, the world makes sense. She doesn't think about Calum, her brother who mysteriously left home and cut ties with her family six years ago, or her parents' insistence that she "broaden her horizons" and try something new—something that isn't art.

    But when Glenna's Portraits falls on hard times, Maisie's plan to take over the shop when she's older and become a lifelong artist starts to crumble. In desperation to make things right, Maisie runs away to London to reconnect with her adult brother, hoping he might be the key to saving the shop. But as Maisie learns about her family's past from Calum, she starts to rethink everything she's ever known. Maisie must decide not only if saving her family's art shop is worth it, but if she can forgive her parents for the mistakes they've made.

    Illustrated By Ana Bidault Published 16/11/2021

    Published by Rockridge Press

    The Mindfulness Workbook for Kids helps any kid be more mindful anytime, wherever they are. With activities like counting deep breaths or drawing a sky full of clouds, this book of mindfulness and meditation for kids teaches them ways to stay more relaxed and tackle challenges with confidence and curiosity.

    Illustrated By Claudio Cerri Published 30/10/2021

    Published by North Star Editions

    Invisible Six: Flight of the Vulture

    When a known terrorist attacks a US passenger jet, the CIA plans to retaliate with a drone strike.

    But Zumi proposes that they capture Viggo the Vulture alive to gain information on worldwide terrorist networks and weapons smuggling.

    The mission takes Invisible Six into the criminal underworld's darkest corners.

    Can Zumi and I-6 outsmart Viggo at his own game?

    Illustrated By Kevin Hopgood Published 01/08/2021

    Published by Ladybird partnered with the NSPCC

    Partnered with Ladybird this is the NSPCC's first children's book.

    In February 2020, the NSPCC launched their first ever crowd funding campaign to create a book about Pantosaurus.

    This fun and important storybook will help families and schools have simple conversations to help keep children safe from sexual abuse — in an engaging, visual way.

    All profits from the sale of this book will support the NSPCC's vital work, fighting for every childhood.

    Illustrated By Fhiona Galloway Published 01/08/2021

    Developed by Signal.

    Al the Alpaca, illustrated by Beehive's Keri Green is the face of Oxfam's relaunched lottery!

    Illustrated By Keri Green Published

    Published by Blue Robin Press

    When Grandma goes riding for the first time, things quickly go very wrong.

    Her pony, Jitterbug, loves mischief, and just knows when it's time to have some fun.

    Shouldn't Grandma have told the truth about being a beginner? Why doesn't she do what riding instructor Molly tells her? Hang on to your riding hats for a thrilling horsey adventure!

    Has Grandma finally learnt her lesson?

    Illustrated By Mike Phillips Published 12/07/2021

    Published by Cambridge University Press

    Your learners will develop their English skills as they get tangled up with tongue twisters and discover traditional tales. You'll find a wide range of international fiction, non-fiction and poetry throughout the book to help your learners develop their understanding of different genres and text types. Each unit is packed with activities that cover reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as opportunities to develop 21st century skills – such as collaboration and critical thinking. Units end with a project, like designing a board game, to help learners communicate confidently and understand how to apply their learning to real-world scenarios.

    Illustrated By Omar Aranda Published 08/07/2021

    Published by Compass-Publishing UK

    In Regent's Park, London, a lonely and rejected hedgehog called Spikey must learn quickly if he is to survive the coming winter. With only the wisdom of his grandma to guide him, he sets out into the big, wide world. Who will help him, and how will he cope when there are dangers all around?

    An exciting and heart-warming story for children and hedgehog-lovers of all ages.

    Illustrated By Mike Phillips Published 29/06/2021

    Published by Harper Collins

    Shinoy and the Chaos Crew Graphic Novels

    Take your pupils on a mission with Shinoy and the Chaos Crew in these 12 graphic novels! The comic-book style text and artwork provides an alternative reading experience and will hook in even the most reluctant reader.

    Illustrated By Amit Tayal Published 07/06/2021

    Published by Olympia Publishers

    If the weather outside is dry and sunny, you might find Max outside warming his tummy!

    Illustrated By Chloe Evans Published 27/05/2021

    Published by Ash Menon

    Beehive's Camilla Galindo worked on this fabulous self-publishing book with Ash Menon. Ash's books aim to help young children learn the importance of reaching out if they need help or if they experience insomnia or anxiety at night, or if they feel scared around new people. Her books are nuanced with themes of mindfulness, empathy and the importance of a healthy wellbeing from an early age.

    Illustrated By Camilla Galindo Published 29/04/2021

    Published by Blue Robin Press

    Grandma stumbles upon a secret doorway in the Public Library and finds herself heading into a perilous adventure. Deep below ground she discovers a prehistoric jungle filled with wild animals, and a mean snake with one thought on its mind. Will Grandma's terrible jokes save her this time?

    Illustrated By Mike Phillips Published 26/04/2021

    Published by Andrews McMeel Publishing

    A kid-friendly introduction to self-soothing and mindfulness with adorable animal friends.

    Illustrated By Lucia Wilkinson Published 01/04/2021

    Published by Hachette Children's Group

    One no-nonsense heroine. One evil uncle (who happens to be a music hot shot). One boyband-making machine. (Yes, you heard that right). It's about to get messy. JAMIE MCFLAIR VS THE BOYBAND GENERATOR is the first book in a hilarious new series from the exciting new author double-act of LUKE FRANKS and SEAN THORNE. This edition is stunningly designed with holographic foil, a red sprayed edge and fully illustrated inside. Perfect for fans of KID NORMAL!

    Illustrated By Davide Ortu Published 04/03/2021

    Scarlet the scarecrow is not very good at scaring crows. When bossy Aunt Anne arrives, Scarlet has to become more scary... But how?

    Published by Maverick Arts Publishing

    Illustrated By Valeria Abatzoglu Published 28/02/2021

    Published by Hodder Education

    There have been many great and enduring works of literature by Caribbean authors over the last century. The Caribbean Contemporary Classics collection celebrates these deep and vibrant stories, overflowing with life and acute observations about society.

    Illustrated By Giorgio Bacchin Published 26/02/2021

    Published by Hachette Children's Group

    The classic tale from Wales – Gelert the brave dog saves the prince's baby from a wolf, but when the prince confuses Gelert for the killer, tragedy strikes.

    Illustrated By János Orban Published 25/02/2021

    Published by Good Books

    Join Little Deer as She Discovers that Jesus's Grace Is at the Heart of Easter in this Latest Delightful Picture Book in the Forest of Faith Series.

    Illustrated By Lee Holland Published 02/02/2021

    Published by Wayland

    In Dead-awesome Dinosaur Body Facts, you'll learn about some of the most astonishing creatures that used to roam on Earth. From sails to feathers, armour to wrecking-ball tails - finding out about dinosaur body bits has never been more engaging or uproariously funny!

    Illustrated By Dave Smith Published 14/01/2021

    Published by Wayland

    Bizarre, incredible and downright eye-popping facts about the natural world

    In Eye-popping Plant Part Facts, you'll learn about some of the most astonishing things going on in the stems, blossoms, seeds, roots (and more!) of the plants all around us. Finding out about plant parts has never been more engaging or uproariously funny!

    The Body Bits series is written by the hilarious and knowledgeable Paul Mason, and illustrated by Dave Smith, whose laugh-out-loud and action-packed artwork can't be beat. Reading and learning become a source of endless fun for even the most reluctant readers aged 7 plus with Body Bits.

    Illustrated By Dave Smith Published 14/01/2021

    Published by Rising Stars UK Ltd

    Bess hasn't got a pet dog but she would love to have one. She does however have a dot-to-dot pad. Discover what happens when Bess completes a dog in the pad! Dot to Dot Dog is part of the Galaxy range of books from Rising Stars Reading Planet. Galaxy provides captivating fiction and non-fiction for Pink A to White band. The rich collection of highly decodable books immerses children in a range of cross-curricular topics and genres. Reading Planet books have been carefully levelled to support children in becoming fluent and confident readers. Each book features useful notes and activities to support reading at home as well as comprehension questions to check understanding.

    Illustrated By Gustavo Mazali Published 28/08/2020

    Published by Blue Robin Press

    Grandma is impulsive, bossy and badly dressed, with a passion for brightly-coloured cowboy boots. She gets the wrong end of any stick and stumbles unwittingly into magical adventures.

    Her cynical sidekick, Gertrude the cat, gets dragged into all of Grandma's scrapes whether she likes it or not.

    In this story, Grandma and Gertrude come face to face with a giant octopus with a superiority complex on a day out at the seaside, and it is only Grandma's quick-fire jokes (What do you call a fish with two knees? A tunee fish) that save the pair from a sticky end.

    Illustrated By Mike Phillips Published 03/08/2020

    Published by Stone Arch Books

    Eager to follow in his father's footsteps, Ramon Hill wants nothing more than to be a starting attacker on his lacrosse team. But his dreams don't go as planned, and he's moved to a different position. Will his new position lead to bigger and better things for him and his team?

    Illustrated By Diego Diaz Published

    Published by Stone Arch Books

    Karate is the most important thing in Aliyah's life - taking down an opponent, especially if it's her main rival, Suma. Things soon change with the arrival of a new student, Zoya, who also happens to be Suma's little sister. Aliyah agrees to train Zoya. Through their training, she helps Zoya control her anger but also manages to learn a valuable lesson of her own - winning isn't everything.

    Illustrated By Diego Diaz Published 01/08/2020

    Published by Blue Sneaker Press

    A Letter from Tashi: A Snow Leopard Tale is a IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award 2021 Finalist!

    High in the Himalayas, Tashi the snow leopard cub sets out with her mother to help deliver the local mail. Along ravines and snow-covered ridges, the snow leopards make their way through the mountains, and Tashi learns new snow leopard skills as they go. When Tashi discovers a stranger's mailbox that never gets any mail, she writes a letter of kindness to its owner. But when she needs help the most, Tashi discovers that her kindness comes back to her in an unexpected way.

    Illustrated By Jan Smith Published 01/03/2020

    Have you just become the owner of a new dragon? Are you wondering how to look after it? This handy guidebook will give you all the information you will need to be a proud owner of a happy dragon! This funny mock instruction book was written by Catherine Baker.

    Published by Collins

    Illustrated By Carl Harrison Published 13/01/2020

    When Pip meets strange, unhappy Miss Havisham and the beautiful Estella, he feels embarrassed because he's only a poor village boy. Then he hears some life-changing news.

    Published by Usborne Publishing

    Illustrated By Elena Selivanova Published

    Coming soon from Jolly Fish Press an Imprint of North Star Editions, Inc

    Tessa has heard her grandfather’s stories about the fabled barbegazi since she was little. Now, after his death, she’s determined to see the gnome-like creatures for herself and prove her grandfather wasn’t just a confused old man.

    Illustrated By Aubrey Blackham Published

    Published by Blue Robin Press

    Oh no, Grandma, you are making a big mistake! If only you could hear what Gertrude the cat is trying to tell you.

    In this snowy adventure Grandma mistakes Santa for a burglar and is taken, along with Gertrude, on a thrilling airborne ride.

    Grandma's dreadful jokes are no match for the jolly-faced man, who somehow knows all the answers. How does he do it?

    The penny finally drops when Grandma realises that horses don't have antlers.

    Gertrude is very brave when she is sent on a daring mission by Father Christmas, and succeeds in a very special delivery for a little girl. Gertrude and Grandma find a wonderful surprise awaiting them when they get home. But how did that happen?

    Illustrated By Mike Phillips Published 27/11/2020

    Published by Nuinui

    A stunning 3D title featuring superb full-colour pop ups, celebrating the iconic status of this unique city. When seen from above, Venice, comprised of 118 islands, separated by canals and joined by bridges, looks like an enormous fish rippling through the glittering waters of the lagoon. Over 1500 years old and proud of its past as a great naval power, it is full of architectural riches, but also of beautiful hidden streets and bridges. Unique in the world, the city defies imitation. This magic place of dazzling beauty, this maze of narrow alleys, embankments and small piazzas is a unparalleled treasure chest, in which even the tiniest building can hold priceless works of art created by the world's greatest artists. This book examines the city's architecture, history and cultural significance through the ages, presenting information in an accessible and highly visual way.

    Illustrated By Victor Tavares Published 01/11/2020

    Published by Lonely Planet Kids

    The Ocean Book: Explore the Hidden Depth of Our Blue Planet

    Dive into the unexplored depths of the deep blue sea and discover its secrets with this trusty and beautifully-illustrated guide by Lonely Planet Kids. Meet the amazing animals, birds and plants that live in our oceans, the habitats in which they live, then learn about the harmful effects climate change, oil spills and plastic waste can have on them - plus, what you can do to help future generations!

    Illustrated By Daniel Limon Published 11/09/2020

    Nine-year-old Nicole has discovered the secret world of Night and the beings that live there. There are those from the Dark, who bring about Fear. And then there are those from the Other side of Night. Their purpose is to comfort the lonely, inspire the dreamer, or to bring those who love together. This is where Nicole's friend, the beautiful Alison is from. Things You Don't Know About Night tells of Nicole's hope to get her widowed father to believe in the childish notion of Night again and to once more give his heart to Alison so she can one day see the sun. Nicole must be brave in her pursuit and rely on the help of some unlikely allies to fight against the forces that want to keep Alison in Night.

    Illustrated By Giorgio Bacchin Published 08/09/2020

    Published by Maverick Publishing

    Ron gets some skates from his Nan. He zooms everywhere! Will he ever take them off?

    Illustrated By Gareth Robinson Published 01/09/2020

    Published by Michael O'Mara Books

    Help Santa chase the reindeer through 17 intricately illustrated seasonal scenes and bring them home to the North Pole in time to load up the sleigh. There are 8 cute reindeer, plus Santa and his elf, to find in each location and the answer pages at the back feature extra things to spot.

    Illustrated by: Paul MoranAdam Linley, Gergely Forizs & Jorge Santillan

    Illustrated By Paul Moran Published 03/10/2019

    Published by Wayland - Hachette Children's Group

    Discover the wackiest facts about animals and their farts - and the scintillating science behind them!

    Hold your nose for the latest batch of wacky animal facts in The Farts That Animals Parp!… you won't believe how much wind blows about in the animal kingdom!

    Illustrated By Tony De Saulles Published 08/10/2020

    Marley is not your average child, and this is not your typical Christmas story. Most days Marley eats with her family at a local soup kitchen, and she doesn't wish for things like toys or presents at Christmas. When Marley makes a visit to Santa she receives a mysterious candy cane filled with magical powers. With her gift, Marley makes an important decision that impacts her entire community. Dare to believe in the power of magic, with Marley and the Magical Candy Cane.

    Illustrated By Michael McCabe Published 19/09/2020

    Selected as one of Bank Street's 2021 Best Children's Books of the Year!

    Published by Harper Collins

    Jane Goodall was the first person to study wild chimpanzees up close in a rain forest. She befriended the chimps and discovered amazing facts about their behaviors. What she learned forever changed how people look at these animals.

    Illustrated By Gustavo Mazali Published 17/03/2020

    Published by Usborne Publishing

    In a beautiful fairytale journey above and beneath the waves, the little mermaid learns that the only way to find true happiness is by being herself… Discover the enchanting story in this board book with delicate cutaway scenes to peep through and flaps to lift, all beautifully illustrated by Valeria Abatzoglu.

    Illustrated By Valeria Abatzoglu Published 31/10/2019

    Published by Wayland - Hachette Children's Group

    Welcome to the weird world of animal wee! Find out which animals are the fastest at peeing, which animals don’t actually pee and how animal wee can save the planet!

    Impress friends with “would you wee-lieve it?” wacky animal wee facts and discover the fascinating science behind animal wee, with Paul Mason’s highly accessible and entertaining text.

    Illustrated By Tony De Saulles Published 12/09/2019

    Published by Collins Big Cat

    A girl and her mum are waiting on a platform for the train to arrive. But what is that flash of fur, and is it getting on the train too? This wonderful story was written by Becca Heddle.

    Illustrated By Omar Aranda Published 26/09/2019

    Published by Collins Big Cat

    The grasshopper plays all summer while the ants work – but who will benefit when the weather turns cold? This re-telling of a classic story has been beautifully written by Pippa Goodhart.

    Illustrated By juanbjuan Oliver Published 26/09/2019

    Published by Collins Big Cat

    When Molly decides to escape from the Holiday Club and go for a wander, she finds herself lost in the maze-like corridors of Buston Civic Centre. On her quest to find her way back, Molly enters a series of wrong doors which leads to interesting – and comical – predicaments … This humorous fiction story was written by Brandon Robshaw.

    Illustrated By Elisa Rocchi Published 20/09/2019

    Published by Hachette Children's Group

    Jasmine is a worrier. When she hears she’s finally going to Delhi to see her cousins and attend a family wedding, all she can think about is her fear of flying! When the travel day finally comes, Jasmine decides to be brave and gets herself ready for a wonderful adventure. Join Jasmine as she learns and grows while having fun at a wedding in Delhi!

    Illustrated By Amit Tayal Published 11/06/2019

    Coming soon from Nosy Crow!

    Kit can’t STAND reading.

    She'd MUCH rather be outside, playing games and getting muddy, than stuck inside with a book. But when she’s dragged along to the library one day by her two best friends, she makes an incredible discovery – and soon it’s up to Kit and her friends to save the library… and the world.

    Illustrated By Davide Ortu Published 06/06/2019

    Published by Maverick Books

    It’s the day of Cosmo’s big wizard test. With his books and wand, he knows he can pass. But what will happen when he forgets the magic word?

    Illustrated By Daniel Limon Published 28/03/2019

    Published by Usborne Publishing

    A colourful activity book packed with zoo-themed puzzles, things to spot, colouring, drawing and doodling activities. Spot matching llamas, complete a meerkat maze, learn how to draw a rhino and lots more. All the answers are at the back of the book.

    Illustrated by Stu McLellan & Kate Sheppard

    Illustrated By Published 07/03/2019

    Published by Delphin

    Illustrated By Kelly O'Neill Published 05/03/2019

    Published by Maverick Books

    By day, Stella is a normal girl but by night… she’s Shooting Star! When a robber escapes from prison, little does Stella know that he will come to her school! Can Shooting Star save the day?

    Illustrated By John Lund Published 28/12/2018

    Published By Maverick Books

    After a trip to the museum, Freddie accidentally takes home a dinosaur egg that he’d cracked. What he doesn’t expect is for the egg to hatch on the way home and a new type of dinosaur to come out!

    Will his new friend be discovered or can he keep him a secret?

    Illustrated By Daniel Limon Published 28/12/2018

    Published by Usborne Publishing

    The wicked fairy says, “When she is sixteen, she will hurt her little hand on a spindle and die!” Instead, Princess Rose falls asleep for a thousand years. Who can wake her?

    Illustrated By Elena Selivanova Published 16/11/2018

    Published by HarperCollinsPublishers

    Ben Franklin was a famous inventor, statesman, and writer who helped the thirteen colonies become the United States. From inventing the lightning rod to helping write the Declaration of Independence, his big ideas had a lasting impact on American history.

    Illustrated By Gustavo Mazali Published 06/11/2018

    Meet Rue follows a mischievous orange tabby cat through an everyday adventure from his Meowma's deck overlooking a big city. He finds that his friends are trustworthy in his time of greatest need and learns that faith is an important facet of life.

    Illustrated By Deborah Partington Published 17/10/2018

    Published by Collins

    Find out what happens to gulls when they get caught in oil spills and how they are looked after in this non-fiction recount.

    Illustrated By Nathalie Ortega Published 21/09/2018

    Published by Oxford University Press

    Catherine thinks her story is a dramatic one, but it's actually more of a comedy. She longs for adventure and romance, just like in her favourite novels, and can't wait to visit Northanger Abbey where she's sure to uncover a sinister mystery or two... A skilful adaptation of Austen's classic satire of Gothic novels, with all the wry humour of the original and a naively charming heroine to fall in love with.

    Illustrated By Davide Ortu Published 13/09/2018

    Published by Scholastic

    Welcome to the Enchanted Pony Academy, where glittery ponies learn how to use their magic! Electra loves to be outside, running as fast as she can--and she's fast! So now that it's time to learn to ride with the children at Enchanted Pony Academy, Electra couldn't be more excited.

    Illustrated By Ilias Arahovitis Published 22/08/2018

    Published by Usborne Publishing

    For all of his early life, Oliver is hungry and poor. Then he runs away to London, where he soon makes new friends – but kind old Fagin and the Artful Dodger are not quite what they seem.

    Illustrated By Elena Selivanova Published 19/08/2018

    Published by Scholastic

    Curses: load of rubbish or for real? Super sleuth Poppy must figure it out when trouble strikes ‘cursed’ play Macbeth…

    Illustrated By Beatrice Bencivenni Published 16/08/2018

    Published by Usborne Publishing

    Discover the fabulous clothes worn in the Middle Ages over a thousand years ago in this stylish sticker book. There are over 100 stickers of dresses, headdresses, fans, overgowns, shields and tunics to create beautiful outfits for visiting the Spanish Court, Canterbury Cathedral or a jousting contest.

    Illustrated By Elena Selivanova Published 15/08/2018

    Published by Quarto US

    Discover the most amazing animals that ever lived - follow the holes to uncover secrets of the dinosaurs!

    Illustrated By Rudolf Farkas Published 01/08/2018

    Published by Hinkler Books

    For over a century, this classic tale has captivated and entertained children and adults alike. This 32-page picture book has been adapted for young readers and features beautiful illustrations of these beloved characters and their timeless stories.

    Illustrated By Lee Holland Published 01/08/2018

    Published by Usborne Children's Books

    When Rose Muddle is plucked from the workhouse to become a maid in a grand mansion, she discovers that her new mistress has secret plans for her – plans which involve a strange amber pendant with extraordinary powers.

    Illustrated By Davide Ortu Published 16/08/2017

    Published by Macmillan

    A curse is not a big deal. Sitting Duck has already survived five disasters, so what’s the worst that can happen, really? Well… you’re about to find out.

    Illustrated By Jorge Santillan Published 23/05/2017

    Published by Buster Books

    A fun and exciting way for children to practise their counting skills, Colossal Creature Count will take readers on an exhilarating journey through the Amazon rainforest, across the Arctic tundra…

    Illustrated By Daniel Limon Published 08/09/2016

    Published by Usborne

    Travel Doodles is packed with amazing outdoor-themed doodles for children to colour and complete.

    Illustrated By Adrian Barclay Published 07/07/2016
    Illustrated By Valeria Abatzoglu Published
    Illustrated By Amit Tayal Published