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. Available now.
By turns laugh out loud funny and deeply sad, The Amazingly Astonishing Story is award-winning TV writer Lucy Gannon's childhood memoir, a frank and surprising look into a child’s tumultuous mind; a full, rich and colourful world of misunderstandings, irrepressible hopefulness and, ultimately, joy, that's not without its challenges. Available now.
"The saddest happiest funniest book I’ve read for ages..." – Dawn French
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’. Available now.