AUTHOR INTERVIEWS

  • PG Bell PG Bell

    THE GREAT BRAIN ROBBERY

    USBORNE BOOKS

    OCTOBER 2019


    In THE TRAIN TO IMPOSSIBLE PLACES, young adventurer Suzy discovers a train running through the middle of her house...

    During a whirlwind adventure, Suzy befriends the crew of the...

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  • Andy Seed Andy Seed

    A GIANT DOSE OF GROSS

    QED PUBLISHING

    OCTOBER 2019


    Author ANDY SEED's A GIANT DOSE OF GROSS follows on hot on the heels of the fabulous THE CLUE IS IN THE POO, which introduces children aged 5-11 years to the art of tracking...

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  • Pamela Butchart Pamela Butchart

    ICARUS WAS RIDICULOUS (BABY ALIENS)

    NOSY CROW BOOKS

    OCTOBER 2019


    You can expect fun and drama in any new book by PAMELA BUTCHART - which is exactly what she delivers in ICARUS WAS RIDICULOUS, together with a great way to reinforce...

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  • Tom Huddleston Tom Huddleston

    FLOODWORLD

    NOSY CROW BOOKS

    OCTOBER 2019


    FLOODWORLD is set in a future London, semi-submerged as a result of climate change. The wealthy City centre remains safe, hidden behind strong walls, but outside this privileged world lies the...

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  • Sean Taylor, Alex Morss Sean Taylor, Alex Morss

    WINTER SLEEP: A HIBERNATION STORY

    WORDS AND PICTURES

    SEPTEMBER 2019


    WINTER SLEEP by authors SEAN TAYLOR and ALEX MORSS is a tender but also factual exploration of creatures and their 'winter sleep', or hibernation. The picture book...

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  • Helena Duggan Helena Duggan

    THE BATTLE FOR PERFECT

    USBORNE BOOKS

    SEPTEMBER 2019


    The final book in the TOWN CALLED PERFECT trilogy brings things to a head in Town, as an old enemy looks for revenge and Town faces its gravest dangers yet.

    Things in Town, formerly...

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  • Sally Nicholls Sally Nicholls

    ALL FALL DOWN

    ANDERSEN PRESS

    SEPTEMBER 2019


    ALL FALL DOWN follows the devastating impact of the Black Death on one family of farmers in Medieval England. The novel by SALLY NICHOLLS was first published in 2012, and is republished by...

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  • Sue Cheung Sue Cheung

    CHINGLISH

    ANDERSEN PRESS

    SEPTEMBER 2019


    CHINGLISH by SUE CHEUNG, ReadingZone's DEBUT AUTHOR OF THE MONTH, follows teenager Jo Kwan as she navigates life in 1980s Coventry.

    With her Chinese heredity and a home above her parent's...

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