AUTHOR INTERVIEWS

  • Joseph Coelho, Allison Colpoys Joseph Coelho, Allison Colpoys

    IF ALL THE WORLD WERE

    FIRST EDITIONS (LINCOLN CHILDREN'S BOOKS)

    JUNE 2018


    IF ALL THE WORLD WERE by award-winning poet JOSEPH COELHO, illustrated by ALLISON COLPOYS, explores big ideas around family ties, bereavement and how we remember...

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  • Adam Baron Adam Baron

    BOY UNDERWATER

    HARPERCOLLINS CHILDREN'S BOOKS

    JUNE 2018


    BOY UNDERWATER is ADAM BARON's first children's novel and is a thoughtful, compelling and often funny story about families, friendship and mental health. It is aimed at children...

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  • David Roberts David Roberts

    SUFFRAGETTE: THE BATTLE FOR EQUALITY

    TWO HOOTS

    JUNE 2018


    David Roberts' new book, Suffragette: The Battle for Equality (Macmillan), takes a fresh look at the suffragette movement, giving a glimpse into the lives of those behind the...

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  • Sarah Driver Sarah Driver

    THE HUNTRESS TRILOGY: STORM

    EGMONT PUBLISHING

    JUNE 2018


    In this page-turning, world-saving fantasy adventure, author SARAH DRIVER brings us a fabulous new world, an engaging heroine and thoroughly dark villains.

    The trilogy follows...

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  • Sylvia V. Linsteadt Sylvia V. Linsteadt

    THE WILD FOLK

    USBORNE BOOKS

    JUNE 2018


    SYLVIA V LINSTEADT'S THE WILD FOLK is a lyrical, beautifully-crafted allegory about our relationship with the environment and our responsibilities for the world around us.

    It is also a fabulous...

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  • Susan Wilson Susan Wilson

    THE EXTINCTION TRIALS: EXILE

    USBORNE BOOKS

    JUNE 2018


    SUSAN WILSON's debut THE EXTINCTION TRIALS - in which individuals battle to win a place to visit Piloria, a land in which dinosaurs still roam - has gripped its 11+ readership since...

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  • Emma Fischel Emma Fischel

    WALLS

    OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

    JUNE 2018


    WALLS by EMMA FISCHEL is an intriguing, funny and insightful exploration of the difficult emotions a child might experience whilst coming to terms with the idea of their parents' separation. It is...

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  • Sarah Lean Sarah Lean

    SAND DOG

    HARPERCOLLINS CHILDREN'S BOOKS

    MAY 2018


    Author Sarah Lean's earlier books, which include A Dog Called Homeless and Hero, explore how children are sometimes lead to question their sense of identity and the world in which they...

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