VIOLET AND THE HIDDEN TREASURE by Harriet Whitehorn

“Anyone who’s read Violet and the Pearl of the Orient will know what an absolute treat a new Violet book is. Violet and the Hidden Treasure is just as good as the first book, peppered with interesting characters and more

THE SHEEP THAT SAVED CHRISTMAS by Jason Page

In which Christmas-obssessed sheep, Cynthia gets to fulfil her dream of meeting Father Christmas and in spite of her clumsiness, ends up saving the day. A first picture by non-fiction author Jason Page. Published October 2014 (Random House Children’s Books)

VIOLET AND THE PEARL OF THE ORIENT by Harriet Whitehorn

Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize 2015 -”Whitehorn’s debut is pacey and imaginative and Becka Moor’s illustrations a delight.” – Alex O’Connell, The Times books of the Year 2014 Meet fearless and determined super-sleuth, Violet Remy-Robinson (favourite food plain

FRAGMENTS by Caroline Green

The thrilled sequel to the highly acclaimed CRACKS. Publication 1st March 2014 (Piccadilly Press).  What they said about CRACKS: ‘If you devoured The Hunger Games, (this) will hit the spot.” Amanda Craig, The Times ‘Caroline Green’s thriller is taut and suspense-packed  right up

Never Say Die by David Tinkler

Flint is 12 years old.  He’s a dreamer not a hero like his friend Alfie.  But times are tough.  It’s 1940. England is German occupied territory and Flint is about to become an unlikely hero of the English Resistance.  

Skulk by Rosie Best

A contemporary, urban, shapeshifting, fantasy, set in London, Skulk is sharp and imaginative and sixteen-year-old Meg a singular heroine:  ”Escaping the gilded prison of her gated house and her ambitious mother’s vicious treatment, Meg finds freedom at night in the streets

Dance Dreams by Malaika Rose Stanley

Getting into Birchwood School for Dance is one pirouette closer to realising thirteen-year-old Keisha’s dream of becoming a superstar ballerina.  But can she keep the news secret from her best friends until she knows for sure; and how would she cope

Spike in Space by Malaika Rose Stanley

The second title in the Spike and Ali series.  Spike’s adoptive family decide it’s time to move and not just to a different town, but to a different planet.  Now it’s Spike’s turn to be the outsider.  Can Spike survive a

Aunt Severe and the Toy Thieves by Nick Garlick

“Delightful and original” – Julia Eccleshare, Lovereading “Book of the Month” “This great book is the second in this series for young readers with Dahlesque characters and humour throughout” – Children’s Booksellers’ Choice for March 2013, The Bookseller In which

Hold Your Breath by Caroline Green

“Clever and action-packed, this is just the thing for bored teens to de-stress with” – Amanda Craig, The Times 15.6.2013 “Gripping, psychological (and romantic) thriller about a girl with telepathic powers. Green’s previous novels have been well received.” The Bookseller

The Boy from France by Hilary Freeman

The third story in the Camden Town Tales series.  When Vix discovers that her exchange student is a boy, she Rosie and Sky can’t wait to see what he’s like.  Xavier it turns out  is drop-dead-gorgeous but Vix isn’t the

The Adjusters by Andrew Taylor

Short listed for The Northern Ireland Book Award. Welcome to Newton, the perfect town where kids get perfect grades, lead perfect lives and never break the rules.  But something is rotten at the heart of Newton and Henry Ward is

Sita, Snake-Queen of Speed by Franzeska Ewart

When Yosser’s best friend, Kylie, comes back from Thrill City, she is full of amazing stories about the best ride there – Sita, Snake-Queen of Speed.  Yosser know that she MUST go on the ride but that there is no

There’s A Hamster in my Pocket by Franzeska Ewart

Yosser’s having a worrying summer.  Her family’s shop is struggling and Auntie Shabnam is coming to stay to sort things out.  Which means Yosser having to share a room with Nani!  But Kylie’s family are not without problems either.  He

Cracks by Caroline Green Caroline Green

Short listed for the Essex Book Awards 2013, The South Lanarkshire Book Awards, The Leeds Book Awards and The Sefton Super Reads Book Award.  Long listed for the Sussex Coast Schools Amazing Book Award 2013, the Stockport Schools Book Award