New and Recommended Children's

Books for children of all ages. Some are cutting-edge, some are classics. Some have pictures, some you can draw in. All of them come recommended.

Dolly Parton

Isabel Sanchez Vegara, illustrated by Daria Solak

From the publisher:

Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Dolly Parton tells the inspiring story of this extraordinary singer-songwriter and businesswoman.

Swarm of Bees

Lemony Snicket, illustrated by Rilla Alexander

From the publisher:

It can feel good to be angry.Swarm of Bees! Swarm of Bees! A mischievous boy has unleashed an angry swarm of bees! The result is a zany gallop through a charming town where ...

Not Without My Tractor!

Finn-Ole Heinrich

From the publisher:

Tractor is definitely the hero of this story because Tractor can do anything – move mountains, dig swimming pools, act as a guard dog, do the school run, squash traffic ...

Four Tales

Philip Pullman, illustrated by Peter Bailey

From the publisher:

Four stories of myth, magic and adventure from the master teller of tales The Firework Maker’s Daughter I Was A Rat! Clockwork The Scarecrow and His Servant A devilish ...

The Good Thieves

Katherine Rundell

From the publisher:

‘An amazing adventure story, told with sparkling style and sleight of hand’ JACQUELINE WILSON Vita set her jaw, and nodded at New York City in greeting, as a boxer ...

The Immortal Jellyfish

Sang Miao

From the publisher:

A charming and fancifully illustrated story about a boy who finds a way to keep his beloved grandfather’s memory alive after his passing.

What Does An Anteater Eat?

Ross Collins

From the publisher:

Anteater is hungry, but he has completely forgotten what anteaters eat. But Sloth is too busy, Toucan is clueless, and Crocodile has his own mouth full. Maybe the ants will ...

The World’s Worst Teachers

David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross

From the publisher:

Millions of young readers have loved the World’s Worst Children tales – now they will revel in this delightfully dreadful collection of the most gruesome grown-ups ever: ...

Food Chains: Who eats what?

Sam Hutchinson, illustrated by Sarah Dennis

From the publisher:

Trace the Sun’s energy as it travels along food chains sustaining plants, primary consumers, secondary consumers, predators and decomposers all over the planet. Beautiful ...