Isis is the daughter of a fake psychic, but, unlike her mother, Isis really can see and feel ghosts.
The first in a new series about two appealing animal characters.
This noisy tale is perfect for boisterous full-of-beans younger children.
Intriguingly woven and moving at a good pace with well drawn characters and some troubling issues about secrets, trust and the role of victims are deftly explored
It’s about morals, shame, and failure and its consequences.
Andrea Levy’s long-awaited new novel illuminates a dark corner of British history, combining with and playfulness with brutal bluntness create a story of great power, told by an unforgettable narrator.
This lovely book, beautifully illustrated by Jonathon Buckley’s photographs, would be great for any gardener, providing inspiration and advice for the year to come.
Emily Gravett’s witty and charming depictions of the brazen pigs and the put-upon wolf bring her very funny story to life
The details of this strange world build up to a dreamlike vividness, in lovely spare prose, and Sam’s adventures move forward at a gripping pace.
A lovely story about making friends by head teacher Lesley Ely is beautifully illustrated by bookshop favourite Polly Dunbar, with her trademark wit and grace.
As he hunts for the enigmatic coral thief, he finds himself drawn into a heady but dangerous network of spies, thieves and scientific revolution
This is the fourth book in Sophie McKenzie’s exciting Medusa Project series about teenagers with extraordinary abilities
Anthony wishes to buy the Mas Lunel and restore it to its former glory, but his desire sets in motion a terrible chain of events that slowly uncover the dark secrets of the past.
An incredible story of an inspirational man, this book proves that anything really is possible.
Schama’s story-telling is powerful and gripping, with detail and passion behind every element.
A complete and well-researched portrait of a man who fought inequality and changed history.
Told through the eyes of innocence, this novel is extremely effective at communicating what life was like at this time, the importance of having land and the fear created by hatred and prejudice.
These haunting narratives address the issues of racism and vengeance in spine-tingling tales that are great for group story-telling.
Well-written and insightful, this memoir is an unforgettable read.
Eventually finding herself working as a maid in England, Waris is now a successful model and campaigner against female circumcision: her story is inspirational, incredible and not-to-be-missed.
Detailing 160 popular ingredients and exploring all the ways they might be combined in the kitchen.
This pocket-sized manual is sure to change what you buy and eat, without a trace of a faddy diet or the need for a glossary.
We all have those favourite recipes we loved (and hated!) so much as a child.
Now a huge TV personality, this collection of articles harks back to the pre-River Cottage days.
The Food Doctor is packed with nutritious knowledge, featuring the definitive list of the top 100 foods for health.
This fantastically detailed story of food was first published in France in 1987.
From the winner of the if.comedy award 2007, this true story will have you howling with laughter.
It may sound odd, but it’s hilarious – the perfect gift book for someone in need of a laugh (who doesn’t have a pet rabbit).
The master of insults, journalist Charlie Brooker’s rampages on the celebrity personalities of our era.
Funny, poignant, touching and absurd
This lovely little book contains photographs from around the world of incredible clouds
Henry Wilt is a demoralised lecturer who wastes his days attempting to bestow the wonders of literature
This fantastic Victorian novel describes three men and a dog’s voyage in an open boat up the River Thames
Adrian Mole’s diary captures the awkwardness of teenaged-years brilliantly
A delightfully sunny and guilt-free pleasure!
Driving Over Lemons delivers a lovely, affectionate account of their life in this beautiful place.
Danny is offered three words of advice on a late-night bus ride.
Humorous read with a host of brilliant one-liners and unforgettable characters
Easy, light-hearted and full of fantastic characters
A comforting, soulful book that’s rich with classical, fantastic literature.
With step-by-step guides on planting
The product of 300 hours of flying, this book contains over 400 beautifully shot aerial images of England.
This fantastic book delves head-first into the English capital.
A beautiful book which cherishes all that is uniquely English.
A fantastic dictionary of berserk, batty and downright bizarre British fascinations.
Written with warmth, affection and just a touch of gentle mockery, this is a refreshing and touching read.
For anyone who remembers the 50s, this book is a real nostalgic treat.
Beautifully presented with stunning photography.
Buildings are the greatest polluters on the planet and this rather impressive book aims to address the problem
An extremely entertaining read, the story tells how Ozzy survived a direct hit with a plane, suicidal overdoses of drugs and drink and an attempted murder charge
This book tells the story of the four members of U2, from their beginning in the 1970s
Clapton depicts his life as a rollercoaster, from the devastating loss of his young son to his outstanding success as a musician.
Extremely thorough, detailed and well-researched, this book delves head-first into the life of this American Icon.
Humorous, honest and completely self-deprecating, the story recreates John Peel’s character beautifully.
Refreshingly uplifting, there’s no ‘woe is me’ aspect to this story, instead portraying a man who loves what he does with a passion
A children's fable about the biggest question ever
History with the nasty bits left in!
You'll never look at a sprout in the same way again
Journey beyond your imagination
A new edition of a classic text
Evoking the true spirit of Christmas