Where to start?!
Polly Dunbar has two cats, a friendly-fierce lion for Walker and a peevish pet for Two Hoots, jealous of the new baby.
Michelle Robinson’s all about the carnage in 2018: sizzling sausages fleeing the pan, then invading aliens disguised as OAPs.
Dawn Casey has written a beautiful, tender blessing for new babies, Ursula Jones a sparkling Cinderella, and David Lucas a curious and very touching woolen cat, who wonders why he was made as he slowly unravels.
Jane Clarke’s follow-up to Neon Leon is here, and Patricia Cleveland-Peck’s bestselling elephant rides again.
Sarah Edmonds has an inventive nature craft kit, and Jane McGuinness’ lovely hedgehogs will be with us at last.
We’re branching out into music with singer-songwriter Nick Cope, and mindfulness at bedtime with Sue Pickford.
And Steve Tasane’s powerful refugee story Child I from Faber is a novel for now, if ever there was one.