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Belle and Sébastien YLG Giveaway

Competition closed Belle and Sébastien Cécile Aubry Illustrated by Helen Stephens Translated by Gregory Norminton The son of a gypsy woman, Sébastien is found as a newborn baby in the Alps and brought up by César and his grandchildren Angélina and Jean. Born on the same day, Belle is a beautiful white Pyrenean Mountain Dog […]

An Interview with E.R. Murray

E.R. Murray’s Caramel Hearts is a coming-of-age novel about friendship, family and food. It tells the story of Liv Bloom, a fourteen-year-old with a very complicated life – her father gone, her mother in a recovery centre for alcoholics – and how she learns to cope with these difficulties and embrace her family, despite their problems. We […]

An Interview with Philip Womack

Philip Womack is the author of four critically acclaimed novels for children whose most recent book, The Double Axe, is a reworking of the myth of the Minotaur for young readers, which revives the Greek myth for a new generation. Having harboured a life-long passion for Classics, Philip now teaches Latin and Greek, as well as writing […]