Love, Agnes. Postcards from an Octopus
Written by Irene Latham, published by Millbrook Press, 2018.
Agnes has a beak that can crush bones and arms and stretch wide as a car—but that doesn’t make her a monster! After she comes across a postcard, Agnes, a giant Pacific octopus, strikes up a correspondence with various other creatures below—and above—the waves. Readers will delight in this unlikely introduction to the octopus life cycle.
The Shepherd Who Couldn’t Sing
Written by Alan Barker, published by SPCK Publishing, 2018.
Jake, the boy shepherd, lacks the X-factor! He’s not afraid of dark shadows, strange noises, or wild animals. The only thing that frightens Jake is singing–that is until an unexpected meeting with an angel choir helps him to discover his voice. . . and the infant Christ! This beautifully illustrated children’s book is a delightful retelling of the Christmas story for children aged 4-6.
The Memory Box
Written by Joanna Rowland, Published by Sparkhouse Family 2017.
“When a loved one dies, children need consolation, love, support, and affection. The Memory Box addresses this difficult subject sensitively. This beautiful book will help start the grieving process and support children to talk about their loved one in a normal, healthy way.” — Sue Atkins, author of Parenting Made Easy: How to Raise Happy Children
Written by Camilla Gracanin, Published by The Five Mile Press 2013.
Kids Astrology is a range of 12 children’s books, one for each of the 12 signs of the zodiac.
50 Images For William
eBook, published by slate1ebooks 2016
In memory of William Mead who died, age one, of Sepsis. A collection of illustrations from around the world. All proceeds will be donated to UK Sepsis Trust. Please click here.