If words make up the stories and letters make up the words, then stories are made up of letters. In this menagerie we have stories made of words, made FOR all the letters.
The letters of our alphabet work tirelessly to make words that in turn make stories, but what is there was a story FOR each of the letters instead? Turn the pages of this exquisite book to find out…
The return of the Boy and the Penguin in this sequel to Lost and Found.
This time, the Penguin gets ideas above his station…
The trials and tribulations of ownership, antlers, and the rules of being a good pet!
NY Times Bestseller
2012 – Irish Book Awards - Junior Book of the Year
2013 – CBI Book of the Year Awards – Honor Award for Illustration
In this introductory tale of the Hueys, they explore subversion through knitwear.
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2012 – NY Times Book Review – Best Illustrated Books
A thrilling tale of mystery, crime, alibis, paper planes and a bear who wanted to win.
2009 – Merit – CBI Bistro Book of the Year Awards
There once was a girl who decided to place her heart in a bottle to keep it safe. But would she remember how to get it out again?
2010 – British Book Design Awards
2011 – V&A Book Illustrated Award
A tale of trying to solve a problem by throwing things at it.
2013 – Orbil Prize, Italy
Written by Drew Daywalt, illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.
Poor Duncan just wants to color. But when he opens his box of crayons, he finds only letters, all saying the same thing: His crayons have had enough! They quit! What can Duncan possibly do to appease all of the crayons and get them back to doing what they do best?
#1 NY Times Bestseller
A fight has broken out amongst The Hueys. “It was not me! It was him!” But no one can remember what they’re fighting about. If only they could find an interesting distraction…
Henry loves books, but not like you and I, not quite. Henry loves to EAT books. And here is the best bit: the more he eats the smarter he gets.
2006 – Channel 4 Richard & Judy Award
2007 – Irish Book Awards
2007 – CBI Bisto Book of the Year Merit
Once there was a boy who, one day, found himself stuck on the moon and he was not alone…
2008 – Merit – Bisto Book of the Year Awards
What is a Boy to do when a penguin turns up at his door? Find out where it comes from of course and return it. Even if it means rowing to the South Pole.
2006 – Blue Peter Book Award
2006 – CBI Bisto Book of the Year Merit Award
Once there was a boy and the boy loved stars very much.
One day he decided he would catch one of his own, but first he’d need a plan…
2005 Merit – CBI Bisto Book of the Year