Independent publisher Floris Books is firmly rooted in Edinburgh, Scotland home of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
We are the largest publisher of children’s books in Scotland. We publish board and picture books for 0-7 year olds, including international stories in translation and nostalgic classics from illustrators such as Elsa Beskow, as well as the Kelpies, a much-loved range of Scottish children's books for 1-15 year olds.
All of our Kelpies books have a Scottish connection — be it the author, illustrator, characters, storyline or setting — which makes them very special indeed. But wherever in the world you are, you can always enjoy a Kelpie! Kelpies are Scottish books for children everywhere.
Theresa Breslin's Scottish tales of selkies, giants, fairies and monsters and brought to life by Kate Leiper's exquisite illustrations. A companion volume to An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales.
An exciting moving parts board book based on real Scottish castles! Pull up Stirling Castle portcullis and tunnel out of Edinburgh Castle dungeons. Created in partnership with Historic Environment Scotland, illustrations are packed with historical detail.
Meet the amazing animals of Scotland in this beautiful gift book, packed full of fun facts, vibrant illustrations and maps showing where to spot these wonderful creatures -- from puffins and basking sharks to endangered wildcats.
Jokes abound and escapades are aplenty as tiny and mighty Velda embarks on a brilliant adventure to rescue her friends and prove she's the awesomest Viking around. An illustrated chapter book from the creators of Thorfinn the Nicest Viking.
Centenary gift edition of the much-loved collection of classic stories illustrated by acclaimed artist John Bauer and told by well-known authors such as Sweden's best-loved writers, including Elsa Beskow, Anna Wahlenberg and others.
Before the world meets Sherlock Homes, twelve-year-old Artie Conan Doyle has his own mysteries to solve. Will Artie survive encounters with graveyards, hounds and ghosts in foggy Edinburgh? Or will his first case be his last?
Before the world meets Sherlock Homes, twelve-year-old Artie Conan Doyle has his own mysteries to solve. A mysterious jewel thief seems to walk through walls and disappear at will. Can Artie catch the Phantom and stop the greatest robbery in history?
Before the world meets Sherlock Homes, twelve-year-old Artie Conan Doyle has his own mysteries to solve. A giant dragon has been stolen from a world-famous magician. Can Artie discover the culprit of the seemingly impossible theft?
Book Festival Trading Ltd (SC246802) is a wholly owned subsidiary company of Edinburgh International Book Festival (a registered charity in Scotland SC010120) with its registered address at 5a Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, EH2 4DR.