The first in a new series, this is a heartwarming tale of family, friendship and following your dreams.
Mari is a fiercely determined and independent young scientist and we loved all the brilliant references to Mary Anning and women in science. There’s also some lovely swapping of gender stereotypes here. A brilliant book for the little feminists in your life.
And who could resist a tiny dragon that can curl its tiny tail round your finger but also burn your school down with one burp?! A perfect book for all budding scientists, adventurers and animal lovers.
We love the cover illustration by Ben Mantle and really do want our very own Gweeb to live in our shop.
“Let’s all be friends!” says Brian…. But Stanley only likes sheep with black wool, Hamish, Cassidy and Lou think black wool and white wool are rubbish – while Tracey and Frank only want sheep with horns in their gang.
Then Brian bumps into a WOLF – and he knows he has to get the sheep to ACT TOGETHER!
A fun book about friendship and accepting our differences. We love this gentle introduction to understanding diversity.
We absolutely love A Wolf Called Wander by Rosanne Perry and are thrilled that it is the Independent Bookseller’s Children’s Book of the month for May!
Meet Swift, he lives with his pack in the mountains until rival wolves invade his home and he is forced to flee. He must decide whether to try and survive on his own on the borders of his old hunting ground or to search for a new home.
Will he find the courage to survive all by himself? Inspired by a true story, A Wolf Called Wander is about family, courage and survival.
This is a powerful story that celebrates the raw beauty of nature and survival against all odds, perfect for fans of Gill Lewis, Michael Morpurgo and Jess Butterworth. Age 9+.