• Children's & YA
      October 2013

      We Love California!

      by Gabriella Francine with Solara Vayanian

      Join Olivia and Avery as they take a make-believe journey through the Golden State to learn more about the history and symbols of California.

    • Personal & social issues: disability & special needs (Children's/YA)
      April 2016

      MyaGrace Wants To Get Ready

      a true story promoting inclusion and self-determination

      by Jo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, Mary Birdsell

      MyaGrace loves music and dancing. Her school is having a big dance and she wants to do with her friend Emily. She has so much to do to get ready. What should she wear? How should she fix her hair? What color should she paint her fingernails? Will she get ready in time? (MyaGrace has Autism, Cerebral Palsy and intellectual disabilities. She was adopted from India.)

    • Children's & YA
      May 2016

      Aquila The Eagle

      :Welcome Aquila

      by Yaa Asabea Boafo

      Aquila The Eagle is a story of a special eagle. This is the first book of a three book series about a special golden eagle's interaction with two children, Benji & Faithlyn, as they embark on many adventures. Each story teaches a virtue for people of all ages.

    • Picture storybooks
      April 2016

      A Little Owl Called Hooty

      by Diana Vickery & Danny Deeptown (Illustrator)

      When Hooty’s brothers and sisters are old enough to leave the nest, little Hooty stays behind. He has a big problem for he is afraid of heights. Can Swankypants and Chatterbox find Hooty the help he needs?

    • Picture storybooks
      June 2016

      The Mysterious Apples

      by Diana Vickery & Danny Deeptown (Illustrator)

      Yasmin and Yo-Yo are two naughty squirrels. One day in late summer they see a beautiful apple tree that’s laden with juicy apples, just perfect for their winter food store. They set out with their basket to pick them all then something rather mysterious happens...

    • Children's & YA
      May 2018

      The Egg

      by Sanna Sofia Vuori, Linda Bondestam

      Finding an egg in a puddle leads into existential questions of family, origin, and equality in this charming picture book Maud, Lu and Brie are neighbors and friends. While playing outside one morning, they make an unexpected find. “Shh,” whispers Maud, as there is something in one of the puddles. She investigates it immediately. “Round but slightly oval,” says Maud and flicks through her important notebook. “It's warm. Someone must be hiding inside. It is an egg.” What to do with a lonely egg, other than keep it warm and safe? Asking adults about looking after an egg, the girls will hear stories of how different families can, and should, be. This delightful and ingenious debut picture book tackles the question all children ask sooner or later: “Where did I come from?”

    • Children's & YA
      September 2018

      The December Adventure

      by Karin Linderoth

      Sometimes things don't work out quite as you had hoped they would... Valle the gnome and Maja the field mouse live at a farmstead in the county of Småland, but somehow they end up in Norrbotten, in the far north of Sweden, completely by mistake. How will they make their way back and will they get home in time for Christmas? Luckily they bump into Herman, a kind old gnome and with the help of Herman's friends, some Norwegian lemmings and a beautiful old hot-air balloon, they set off on a long journey. This is a sort of advent calendar story, which will take the reader through all the different counties of Sweden. One chapter a day will keep you entertained right up to Christmas Eve. The book is richly illustrated with beautiful watercolours adding a magic touch to this special fairytale. Swedish geography and interesting facts about each county will be shared with the reader in a fun and light-hearted way. There is also a map at the back of the book where you can keep track of each leg of Valle's journey from start to finish.

    • Children's & YA

      Princess Pintsize's Better Than Best Bedtime Stories

      by Hannele Lampela & Ninka Reittu

      A fresh take on classic bed time stories and fairytales through the eyes of Princess Pintsize, a naughty princess, inspired by ‘Pippi Longstocking’ and ‘Anneli and Onneli’. Princess Pintsize is a princess like no other, outspoken and unstoppable and every naughty child’s hero. Why does the prince get to kiss Sleeping Beauty without her permission? And who even needs a prince, when the alarm clock has been invented? This third book in the lovable and enchantingly illustrated series gives amusing new interpretations of Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and Hansel and Gretel. Princess Pintsize’s Better Than Best Bedtime Stories was shortlisted for the Arvid Lydecken Prize 2019.

    • Children's & YA

      The Monster Tournament

      by Pasi Pitkänen

      ‘Where the Wild Things Are' meets ‘Fantastic Beasts' and ‘Pokémon!' Eren has decided to accept Princess Rola’s challenge and take part in the Monster Tournament. Competitors each get an egg that will hatch into a mighty monster. But when Eren’s monster is finally revealed, it looks more like a caterpillar or a baby penguin. Can Eren train it to be his tournament monster, and could it ever beat Princess Rola’s Storm Snail?

    • Picture storybooks

      Messy Martin

      by Neil Griffiths

    • Picture storybooks

      The Big Skip

      by Viv. Sayer

    • Picture books, activity books & early learning material

      Seren Lowri

      by Klaus Baumgart

    • Picture storybooks

      Tuck Your Vest in

      by Daniel. Morden

    • Picture storybooks

      Banana Surprise

      by Viv. Sayer

    • Picture storybooks

      Albert's Tuneful Trunk!

      by Neil Griffiths

    • Children's & YA
      May 2012

      Ringo the Flamingo

      by Neil Griffiths

    • Picture storybooks

      Fatou, Fetch the Water

      by Neil Griffiths

    • Humour & jokes (Children's/YA)

      Anifeiliaid

      Animals

      by Elin Meek

      A booklet of Dwli the Dragon's leisure activities, for 4-7 year-old children.

    • Picture storybooks

      Itchy Bear

      by Neil Griffiths

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