New title

Sadie and the Sea Dogs

‘Dreamer.’ Mum called her. ‘Always miles away.’

Sadie lives by the Thames at Greenwich and longs for sea adventure. She happily whiles away hours at The Maritime Museum or gazing at The Cutty Sark and fills her head with dreams of ocean voyages on ancient sailing ships.

‘And there inside she found a different world

Where rigging sang and white winged sails unfurled.’

One day she falls asleep beneath a cabinet in the
 museum and wakes to find herself embarking on an adventure of which she could only have dreamed …

Duffy’s lyrical poetry and Joice’s richly imaginative illustrations combine to create an unforgettable voyage into a magical world of dolphins, mermaids, pirates and treasure.

ISBN: 9780995647893
Format: Hardback
Dimensions: 279 x 215 mm
Length: 49
Publication Date: 06/04/2021
Genre: Children's Picture Book
£14.99

Other releases

Love Letters

Deborah Brown describes the trajectory of a relationship using combinations of the four letters in the word ‘love’. The story is told entirely through illustrated typography. Each of the letters takes on a character of its own with powerful effect, conveying complex meaning through deceptively simple form.

A Perfect Mother

A bracing, hypnotic story of mid-life crisis about the complexities of love, relationship and legacy.   During a visit to Trieste in Northern Italy to research his long lost great-grandfather, Jacob meets Charlotte and Jane, and the three are forced to confront their individual and shared histories. Their sense of themselves is challenged and they […]

Bed 12

Bed 12 is a poignant and darkly comic account of what it’s like to fight for someone’s life. It’s for anyone who wonders about their own mortality, who has experienced the serious illness of a friend or relative, or who cares about the NHS.  Long-listed for the 2019 People’s Book Prize. More info

The Wisdom of Love in The Song of Songs

Reynolds offers a fresh interpretation of this sensual and mysterious poem in the Old Testament, long considered the most important book of the Hebrew Scriptures but nowadays relatively unknown.