• Forthcoming this autumn, The Owl House is the story of Daniel Butler’s relationship with two barn owls which nested in the barn at his ancient farmhouse in rural mid-Wales. What follows is a beautiful account of the surrounding landscape, its history and wildlife. Pre-order now

    Discover mid-Wales through new eyes
  • In this moving memoir of her first seventeen years, award-winning TV writer Lucy Gannon takes an affectionate look back at her childhood; a full, rich and colourful world of misunderstandings, irrepressible hopefulness and, ultimately, joy, that's not without its challenges. Publishing 21 October. Pre-order now

    "The saddest happiest funniest book I’ve read for ages..." – Dawn French

    The Amazingly Astonishing Story
  • A city burns in a crisis − because the status quo has collapsed and change must come. Every value, relationship and belief is shaken and the future is uncertain. In the twenty-six stories in Angela Graham's debut A City Burning, children and adults face, in the flames of personal tragedy, moments of potential transformation. On the threshold of their futures each must make a choice: how to live in this new ‘now’. Publishing 21 October. Pre-order now.

    A City Burning
  • Forthcoming this October, Let Me Tell You What I Saw is the first ever dual-language (English/Arabic) publication of substantial extracts from Adnan Al-Sayegh’s ground-breaking epic poem, Uruk’s Anthem, one of the longest poems ever written in Arabic literature which gives voice to the profound despair of the Iraqi experience. Publishing 26 October. Pre-order now

    Ground-breaking poetry from Adnan Al-Sayegh