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Take a look at next month’s new books!

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We’ve got a fantastic collection of new books coming out next month – with wonderful new novelty, non-fiction, picture books, illustrated fiction and middle grade in shops in June, there’s something for everyone. Here’s what you can find from Nosy Crow next month.

We’ll be publishing two new books in the Lois and Bob lift-the-flap board book series, illustrated by Gerry Turley: Lois looks for Bob at the Seaside and Lois looks for Bob at the Museum. With retro-cool illustrations and funny animal characters, little readers will love helping Lois search for her friend Bob behind the big, bold flaps, and meeting their friends along the way!

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What Does An Anteater Eat? will be out next month – the brand new picture book from award-winning Ross Collins, author-illustrator of There’s a Bear on My Chair and This Zoo is Not For You, and A DELIGHTFULLY silly tale, full of lovable animal characters and with a fantastically funny ending, that little ones will return to again and again.

Here’s a look inside the book:

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We’ll be publishing Complete Minibeast Explorer’s Kit with the National Trust next month – perfect for budding wildlife explorers, this backpack encourages children to get outside and explore the fascinating world of minibeasts! From beetles to butterflies and spiders to slugs, children can use their very own magnifying bug collector to take a closer look at all kinds of creepy-crawlies. The explorer’s guidebook is packed with useful information about how to identify creatures whilst out and about, plus facts about lifecycles, habitats and much, much more. This complete kit is the perfect introduction to all things creepy-crawly, for children aged 6+!

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Press Out and Decorate: Flamingos, Llamas and Other Cool Things, illustrated by Kate McLelland, will be in shops next month: from cool llamas to tropical flamingos, and cactuses and pineapples too, these press-out pieces are outstanding in white and turquoise, but look even better as a colourful collection of cool things. Featuring 20 unique designs, the press-out pieces can be slotted together to create super-cool three-dimensional ornaments or threaded together to make a hanging garland. Each press-out design is intricately decorated with turquoise foil and perfect for all ages to decorate.

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June will see publication of Welcome to Our World, written by Moira Butterfield and illustrated by Harriet Lynas: find out how children live all around the world in this beautifully illustrated book packed full of fun facts – a celebration of children everywhere. In this wonderful book, young children can learn all about what people in other countries eat, wear and play, and how they speak and celebrate. From breakfasts to birthdays, cakes to clothes, and hiccups to hellos, there are so many ways to say and do things – but everyone shares a love of family, friends, food and fun. This delightful book teaches us that despite different languages, customs and traditions, it really is a small world, after all.

Here’s a look inside Welcome to Our World:

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Unicorn Academy: Isabel and Cloud, written by Julie Sykes and illustrated by Lucy Truman, will be out next month – the fourth fantastic book in the magical Unicorn Academy series. Someone has cast a bad spell on Sparkle Lake, and Isabel and Cloud will have to learn to trust each other as they go on a dangerous adventure to save the school…

Here’s a look inside the book:

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And finally, we’ll be publishing My Arch-Enemy is a Brain in a Jar next month – the fourth incredible book in the award-winning, best-selling My Brother is a Superhero series by David Solomons. Luke and his brother have swapped bodies by accident. Zack’s got Luke’s weird feet while Luke has Zack’s SUPERPOWERS! Now he needs another world-threatening adventure to try them out. Could a family mini-break at Great Minds Leisure Park be his chance? Probably, because that’s where his super-clever arch-enemy lurks, fermenting dastardly plans and bubbling gently… Exciting, hilarious and heart-warming in equal measure, this is another fantastic instalment in the My Brother is a Superhero series.

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