It’s our October publication day!
We’ve got some wonderful new books out this month – from brand new board books and wonderfully wintery picture books, to fascinating illustrated non-fiction and gripping new fiction, there’s something for everyone!
You can watch our new books video below, showcasing all of our brand new books:
Here’s a closer look at what you can find in bookshops from Nosy Crow this month.
Listen to the Classical Music, by Marion Billet:
Just Right for Christmas, written by Birdie Black and illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw:
There’s a Bear On My Chair, by Ross Collins (now available in board book):
Snow Still, by Holly Surplice:
The Best Kind of Bear, written by Greg Gormley and illustrated by David Barrow:
Mouses’s Night Before Christmas, written by Tracey Corderoy and illustrated by Sarah Massini:
Pip and Posy: The Christmas Tree, by Axel Scheffler:
Little Robin Red Vest, by Jan Fearnley:
British Museum: The Legend of Troy, written by Goldie Hawk and illustrated by Esther Aarts:
Incredible Jobs You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of, by Natalie Labarre:
Earth Heroes, by Lily Dyu:
National Trust: 2020 Almanac, written by Alison Wilson and illustrated by Elly Jahnz:
A Pony Called Secret: A True Champion, by Olivia Tuffin:
Rose Campion and the Christmas Mystery, by Lyn Gardner:
Unicorn Academy: Violet and Twinkle, written by Julie Sykes and illustrated by Lucy Truman:
Max the Detective Cat: The Disappearing Diva, written by Sarah Todd Taylor and illustrated by Nicola Kinnear:
Max the Detective Cat: The Phantom Portrait, written by Sarah Todd Taylor and illustrated by Nicola Kinnear:
Max the Detective Cat: The Catnap Caper, written by Sarah Todd Taylor and illustrated by Nicola Kinnear:
FloodWorld, written by Tom Huddleston and illustrated by Manuel Šumberac:
Congratulations to all of today’s authors and illustrators!