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Specially for Christmas

This year, we’ve got Christmas wrapped up.   Signed books Click on the link above to see our array of signed books – including Jane Hawking’s UK number-one bestselling Travelling to Infinity: The True Story Behind The Theory of Everything, Bee Rowlatt’s In Search of Mary, children’s books including Miriam Halahmy’s The Emergency Zoo and David Henry Wilson’s The Castle of […]

Free Activity Book

Sign up to our eNewsletter to receive a free download of Alma’s My First Classics activity book – as well as news and offers. My First Classics activity book Reading children’s classics is where the adventure begins!   Your children will have a wild time colouring, drawing and creating their own characters and stories. This […]

Children’s Book Month

        Children’s Book Week is running this year from the 31st October to the 4th November. To celebrate, we’ve got a treat in store: Children’s Book Month! Click on the pictures above to see what offers we’ve got… For the whole month, we’re offering 50% off all children’s classics, including all the usual […]

Translated Children’s Classics

We’re focusing on children’s classics in translation this year, bringing the best of children’s literature from around the globe to UK readers. The three titles below showcase the world of literature which children, as much as adults, should be exposed to; they will broaden children’s horizons, revealing other cultures, characters and ways of being. This […]

Classic Animal Fiction for Children

  Children’s books often venture into the animal kingdom, and there are no better examples of this than the three classics we are publishing in February and March. From the archetypal hero dog Lassie, to the rampaging bears of Dino Buzzati’s fantasy Sicily, and the beautiful black horse of Anna Sewell’s iconic work, all of […]

A Year in Translation

Over the last decade, we have focused on bringing the best classics in translation into the English language and to celebrating the best of world literature – this month, we’ve rounded up our top ten classics in translation:   A Game of Chess Stefan Zweig’s last and most famous story, ‘A Game of Chess’ was […]