Following on from the first book in the series, the two young knights settle back into their village only to return to the fray when two travellers are attacked by vicious, odious creatures called bilewolves.
Author Jan Kershaw
The first in a new YA fiction book series set in a medieval-like fantasy world with young best friends Odo and Eleanor setting off on a series of adventures.
A potted history of The Guardian alongside Rusbridger’s own journalistic career, primarily looking at the massive disruption of traditional journalism by the digital revolution, particularly when he was editor there from 1995 to 2015.
A fascinating look at the vital inter-dependencies between we humans and all aspects of the natural world.
The re-release of a classic in children’s literature. Seven children discover a disused, derelict building and turn it into a theatre, writing and producing their own plays to raise money for their local church.
When Geordie, a trained sniffer dog and an Afghanistan veteran like his owner, is kidnapped, Corinna Chapman takes on the case.
Princess Peony is not really a princess, but she does have a pet dragon, which means she’s kind of like a princess. She must keep an evil troll (her brother) from trying to steal her dragon (dog) and avoid being eaten by a bear, which is really hard work.
Intimidation is a history of what became known as The Sheffield Outrages of the mid-19th century in Sheffield, England.
A picture book for ages 3+ about young Jamie, who wants a made-up bedtime story from his dad with a prince, a bear and a witch, but he constantly interrupts with questions.
A fun, practical book of 100 craft ideas for kids to do when they’ve got nothing else to do. Ideal for the upcoming long Christmas holiday break from school.
Venture Theatre Company presents a fun evening of pantomime with their latest production of Cinderella
An historical biography of two 18th Century female writers, Frances (Fanny) Burney and Anne Louise Germaine Necker, also known as Mme de Staël.
Fionn and his older sister, Tara, are sent to stay with their grandfather for the summer on Arranmore Island. He is the Storm Keeper, chosen once in a generation.
In 1814, a French armada set sail for New South Wales. The armada’s mission was the invasion of Sydney, and its inspiration and its fate were interwoven with one of history’s greatest love stories.
Harley Spark is a normal 13-year-old boy until he has an overwhelming urge to pick up and take home a Chinese vase. Then weird things begin to happen.
Four brutal murders, a city living in fear, a killer on the streets…Prime Suspect’s Jane Tennison returns in the 4th book in the bestselling Tennison series, from the doyenne of crime fiction.
Catherine Rayner, a life member of the Brontë Society, has combined facts with imagined incidents and dialogue to produce a detailed picture of the childhoods of the famous Brontës.
A well-researched true story of how Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, famous as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, fought tirelessly to right a terrible miscarriage of justice.
A fascinating culinary history of one of Australia’s iconic foods, taking us around Australia, New Zealand and England, through recipe books, family treasures, letters to and from soldiers in WWI, photographs and anecdotes to discover the origins of our iconic Anzac biscuit.
A wonderful collection of poetry and prose from books, letters and journals along with magazine and newspaper articles on the history of Australian food, cooking, dining and etiquette.