Oleg is a junior giant who just doesn't fit in with his village. He cries because he is lonely, but this floods the village. There's no getting away from it: Oleg is differ
In this searching, complex study, the Albanian philosopher, Nazif Saraçi asks what role philosophy might play in the life of the world today.
Children will enjoy reading Smudge, and subconsciously learning confidence.
Most of all, have fun with Smudge and Friends.
The quintessential desert detective
A charming tale that encourages wellbeing and inclusion for small friends everywhere.
The truth is astonishing and terrifying, a hideous warning of the outcomes of human activity on Earth.
The story ends with a charming word puzzle called A Houseful of Hungry Houseflies. Can you help to find out what he ate?
The life of a disabled, misunderstood young woman is uncomfortably chronicled here, giving much food for thought.
How can a world of seemingly infinite complexity be captured in verse? The poet Ignatius Soreng offers one approach in this startling, vivid and elusive collection of poems.
‘Get in touch with your inner soul, the true you that is so wonderful, and help others to do the same.'
Sally Rawhey's beautiful collection of poetry takes us on a candid journey through her interpretations of many magical forms of love.
This book of animals is the first of a series of fun A to Z learning books through rhyme