Family

  • Me, in the Middle by Annette Demetriou & Angela Mayers

    Me, in the Middle by Annette Demetriou & Angela Mayers

    Me, in the Middle is a fabulous celebration of diversity in all forms. Focussing on a class family tree project it shows the diversity of today’s family structures and enables children from different cultures, adoptive families, single parent families, large families, small families and families with single sex parents to see themselves in a beautifully…


  • Story Soup by Abie Longstaff & Nila Aye

    Story Soup by Abie Longstaff & Nila Aye

    Story Soup is a fun, fast paced story in which imagination and sibling rivalry lead to an action packed, madcap adventure with a diverse range of characters. Ollie isn’t happy when sister Susie joins him to make Story Soup but when their characters get into danger they must find a way to work together to…


  • Home for a While by Lauren Kerstein and Natalia Moore

    Home for a While by Lauren Kerstein and Natalia Moore

    Home for a While is the heartwarming story of the relationship that develops after Calvin moves in with his new foster carer, Maggie. Calvin has lived in a succession of houses, but hasn’t found anywhere that he can really call home. Will things be different for him at Maggie’s house?


  • Coming to England by Floella Benjamin & Diane Ewen

    Coming to England by Floella Benjamin & Diane Ewen

    Coming to England is ‘The true story of Dame Floella Benjamin’ who moved to England from Trinidad when she was a child. I have vivid memories of watching Floella on Play School when I was younger and it’s fascinating to read her ‘…inspiring true story celebrating the Windrush generation’.


  • Sona Sharma Very Best Big Sister by Chitra Soundar & Jen Khatun

    Sona Sharma Very Best Big Sister by Chitra Soundar & Jen Khatun

    Sona Sharma Very Best Big Sister is a beautifully written story that encompasses all the emotions and preparations involved in the arrival of a new baby. It oozes with warmth and love and gives a fabulous insight into family relationships, friendships and the traditions and everyday lives of an extended Indian family.


  • Wild by Sam Usher

    Wild by Sam Usher

    A boy and his Grandad have a ‘Wild’ adventure in Sam Usher’s newest picture book. We love the relationship between these two characters who have already appeared in several picture books including Storm and Sun. Wild is the second picture book in a new series of four picture books that take Grandad and the boy out into the…


  • Sequin and Stitch by Laura Dockrill & Sara Ogilvie

    Sequin and Stitch by Laura Dockrill & Sara Ogilvie

    Sequin and Stitch is the story of nine year old Sequin who lives with her Mum and baby brother, Stitch, on the twelfth floor of Primrose Mansions. Sequin has a strong, heartwarming relationship with her mother but their lives are impacted by agoraphobia, mental illness, loss and bullying. It’s a compelling, poignant read with a…


  • Blogtour: The Garden of Hope by Isabel Otter & Katie Rewse

    Blogtour: The Garden of Hope by Isabel Otter & Katie Rewse

    We are delighted to join author Isabel Otter and illustrator Katie Rewse on their ‘The Garden of Hope’ blog tour. The Garden of Hope tells the story of how Maya and her father learn to cope in the absence of Maya’s mother. 


  • Raj and the BEST DAY EVER! by Seb Braun

    Raj and the BEST DAY EVER! by Seb Braun

    Raj and the BEST DAY EVER! tells the heartwarming story of the day that a little tiger, Raj, spends with his dad. When my daughter was younger she always gave her dad a picture book for Fathers’ Day and this story would make the perfect Fathers’ Day present.


  • The Dressing-Up Dad by Maudie Smith & Paul Howard

    The Dressing-Up Dad by Maudie Smith & Paul Howard

    The Dressing-Up Dad is a fun loving, very unique Dad, he isn’t ‘ordinary’ like other dads! Danny and his dad have great fun dressing up together but when Dad becomes an ordinary dad for a day, Danny learns how important it is to be encouraged to be yourself.