We read a proof of this fab middle-grade book last year and we're really excited that it's now out in paperback. Step into the magical world of...
For Thy Great Pain Have Mercy On My Little Pain by Victoria Mackenzie is a wonderful book, both epic and intimate, about grief, trauma, and the...
Have you see the fantastic Tyger by SF Said? It’s a beautifully illustrated novel for middle-grade readers (and grown-ups too, children’s books are for everyone!).
Bob Mortimer’s debut novel, The Satsuma Complex, out this week! Lots of signed copies in stock, along with free satsumas. I do love Bob Mortimer.
The world is more astonishing, more miraculous and more wonderful than our wildest imaginings. In this passionately persuasive and sharply funny book, Katherine Rundell tells us how and why.
This is an addictively dark, insidious story of demonic communion and macabre ritual set during Argentina’s military dictatorship.
So many brilliant books out at this time of year, my bookstack would be a mile high if I put them all in. Come and see what else we’ve got in!
Lost & Found is Elizabeth Garner’s own retelling of fifteen treasured folk tales that have nurtured, sustained, terrified and enthralled her in equal measure.
Before I was a bookseller I spent 12 years working at The University of Manchester alongside some brilliant academics, including Professor Matthew Cobb.
Strong work from Dorling Kindersley with this gorgeous new collection of Egyptian Myths.
A laugh-out-loud illustrated adventure featuring Trixie Pickle, the Banksy of her school. Trixie loves art and hates bullies – and so decides to become an Art Avenger,
Another gorgeous load of paperbacks in this week, excellent summer reading ahoy, and some of them are even signed as an extra treat!
After how much I loved Still Life, I’m looking forward to getting stuck into Sarah Winman’s backlist, starting with Tin Man.
Oh hi, @misterosman! You’re looking mighty fine out in paperback this week…
Here’s the second Thursday Murder Club book from the outstanding Richard Osman.
Sarajevo, spring 1992. Each night, nationalist gangs erect barricades, splitting the diverse city into ethnic enclaves; each morning, the residents...