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Quill Soup

Noko, the porcupine, is very hungry. On arriving at a village, he asks the other animals for some food and shelter. But, despite their full bellies, all the animals say they have nothing to spare. Never mind: he’ll just have to make do and cook a pot of soup from the quills off his back – a soup so tasty even the king likes it. Once the villagers hear of his plan they offer just…

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Dare

Dare £6.99 (paperback) UK only PRODUCT INFO Dare is an inspirational poem full of messages of empowerment, encouragement and the joy of daring to be the best person you can be. Dare to be what you truly are. A light in the dark – be you; a star. An inspirational poem full of messages of empowerment, encouragement and the joy of daring to be the best person you can be. This simple yet inspirational picture…

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The Phoenix of Persia

The Phoenix of Persia £12.99 (hardback) UK only PRODUCT INFO The Phoenix of Persia is a legend from ancient Persia which includes an original Iranian musical composition to stream online using a QR code in the book. In a bustling marketplace in Iran, a traditional storyteller regales her audience with the tale of Prince Zal and the Simorgh. High up on the Mountain of Gems lives the Simorgh, a wise phoenix whose flapping wings disperse the…

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Grobblechops

Grobblechops £7.99 (paperback) UK only PRODUCT INFO Grobblechops is a timeless tale of monsters under the bed, lovingly told by the award-winning author Elizabeth Laird. Amir’s worried about the monster under the bed! What if it has huge teeth and growls like a lion? What if it tries to eat him up? And what if the monster has a mum and dad too? But Dad reassures Amir that if the monster family comes to play, then…

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There’s Room for Everyone

There’s Room for Everyone UK only £7.99 (paperback) £12.99 (hardback) Only one copy left PRODUCT INFO There’s Room for Everyone is a timeless yet topical allegory for war and the refugee crisis.   A child grows and discovers the world. As he lies awake at night, he sees there’s enough room in the sky for all the stars and the moon. When he visits the ocean, he sees there is enough room for all the fish,…

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