The final instalment in the acclaimed "Seasons" series, which interrogates how climate change has disrupted the natural rhythm of the seasons. It has attracted widespread praise and prize attention; Jim's passionate stance on climate chaos and the need for rewilding chimes with an increasingly eco-aware public.
Recommended by Rachel Fox (Children and Schools Programme Director) I read The Good Hawk by Joseph Elliot a while ago now and it has really stuck with me, I’d recommend it for both children and adults that like gripping fantastical adventure.
An Archive of Happiness is set in the Scottish Highlands over the course of one day during the Avens family's annual get-together. It's the summer solstice and theirs is a fractured family, broken by arguments, by things said and not said, by a mother who has left and a father who was left behind.
Climb aboard the Highland Falcon and join Harrison Beck as he solves the case of a jewel thief in an addictive series, Adventures on Trains, from bestselling mystery-writing duo M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman.
WINNER OF THE 2020 WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION. On a summer's day in 1596, a young girl in Stratford-upon-Avon takes to her bed with a fever. Her twin brother, Hamnet, searches everywhere for help. Why is nobody at home?
The thrilling finale of the award-winning Nowhere Emporium trilogy. The magical store has changed, and beneath the treasures, something sinister is lurking. Mirren is bewitched by the Emporium, but where is its owner, Daniel?
Anti-Soviet dystopia first published in 1938, after the author had been travelling in Russia during the period of the show trials. Published a decade before Orwell's 1984, it deals with the political use of fear and the millenarianism that underlay secular politics of the time.
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