It's the tragic story of a double double-cross

The Bind by William Goldsmith tells the fictional story of the tragedy that befell the premier early 20th century bookbinding firm of Egret.

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Feeling peckish?

Snack, please! by Georgie Birkett will remind everyone that eating is about finding the right balance between the lure of the delicious snack and the value of a well-balanced meal. 

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Friends reunited

Bear and Bird: The Adventure and other stories by JARVIS gives younger readers four more entertaining episodes with clear life lessons to be learned. 

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A place where nothing ever really happens

Living by Henry Green, published in 1929, seeks to cast light on the working class experience.

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Lift the flaps and a pop-up to boot!

Here at The Letterpress Project we are huge fans of innovative and well-conceived lift-the-flap books – and No, Nancy, No! A Dog Chase in New York by Alice Tait is a humdinger!

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A sensitive and positive look at autism

The Boy Who Loves to Lick the Wind by Fiona Carswell, illustrated by Yu Rong is a story about a tentative friendship between two boys that blossoms on a playdate at the beach. 

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