Get creative and use your imagination by taking a trip around the world, relaxing, unwinding and colouring in detailed pages within this delightful travel experience.
When 20-year-old Sydney starts innocently chatting to a stranger on a train to Edinburgh, she never imagined that it would open up a whole new world for her, filled with adventures, opportunities, and
Shanita Bibi has written a fantastic collection of short stories for your enjoyment. They all conclude with an unexpected, and sometimes sinister, twist.
This is no conventional novel. Set in the pre-computer age of publishing, of typewriters, galley proofs and printer's ink, it is based on the author's own experiences.
Yvette, Matt and Holly have a lot going for them - true friendship, looks, satisfying jobs, a flat in the centre of Paris.
Life could not have been better for Tirian as he left his beautiful wife and daughter in their small village of Bridgeton to hunt for game in the surrounding forest.
There are countless books written about the wonderful sport of cricket, but not many from the unique perspective of the umpire.
A beautiful reflection of thoughts delicately morphed into poetry.
Marie Batey is back with a sequel to her first book, The Life of a Greyhound called Katy.
I came from the back streets of South London, and I was a computer programmer by profession, until I committed homicide at the age of thirty-two.
Covering 15 years in its writing through poetry, follow the ups and downs of the author. Documented in diverse clarity and portrayed in a reachable manner to the reader. Sure to strike a chord along t
Fred is back for his third adventure and this time he's joined by his adorable, fluffy friend, Alfie. Can they free the trapped ducklings? Will Daisy the Otter make it off the train tracks in time