New Bright Books for Autumn 2019

last updated 12 July 2019

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Whilst enjoying these balmy summer months, we can’t help but get excited about the whole host of new books from our talented authors and artists publishing this autumn.

There are some brand new instalments of popular series such as Benji Davies’ Bizzy Bear, and James Lancett’s Lightning Girl books, dazzling new titles from bestsellers David Litchfield and Jarvis, plus debut author illustrated picture books from Alex G Griffiths and Chris Chatterton.

This bumper collection of new titles feature everything from the supernatural to the inspirational, including a bug enthusiast, some cheeky pumpkins, a whimsical pirate voyage, and quite frankly, lots of llamas!


July


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The Bug Collector, by Alex Griffiths / Andersen Press

Lightning Girl 4: Superpower Showdown, illustrated by James Lancett, written by Alesha Dixon / Scholastic

Unicorn Club, illustrated by Leire Martín, written by Suzy Senior / Little Tiger Press

Dog Diaries: Mission Impawsible, illustrated by Richard Watson, written by Steven Butler and James Patterson / Arrow, Penguin Random House

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Choose Llamas, illustrated by Matt Hunt / Ladybird

Does It Fart?, illustrated by Alex G Griffiths, written by Nick Caruso and Dani Rabaiotti / Wren & Rook

Ten Minutes to Bed: Little Mermaid, illustrated by Chris Chatterton , written by Charlie Green / Ladybird


August


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How To Be Extraordinary, illustrated by Annabel Tempest, written by Rashmi Sirdeshpande / Puffin

Nuts!, illustrated by Yasmeen Ismail, written by Lou Peacock / Nosy Crow

Freddie’s Amazing Bakery: The Great Raspberry Mix-Up, illustrated by Alex G Griffiths, written by Harriet Whitehorn / Oxford University Press

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Mary Had a Little Lamb, by Jarvis / Walker Books

This Little Piggy, by Jarvis / Walker Books

My Best Friend on the Titanic, illustrated by Gareth Conway, written by Sally Morgan / Scholastic

My Family and Other Ghosts, illustrated by Steve Brown, written by Lou Kuenzler / Scholastic

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This Is Gus, by Chris Chatterton / Macmillan Children’s Books

Amy Wild and the Silly Squirrel, illustrated by Sofia Cardoso, written by Diana Kimpton / Usborne

Amy Wild and the Quarrelling Cats, illustrated by Sofia Cardoso, written by Diana Kimpton / Usborne

Llamaste & Friends, illustrated by Annabel Tempest / Pat-a-Cake


September


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Lights on Cotton Rock, by David Litchfield / Frances Lincoln Children’s Books

You Can’t Stop the Big Bad Bogey, illustrated by Tom Knight, written by Timothy Knapman / Scholastic

Pick a Pumpkin, illustrated by Jarvis, written by Patricia Toht / Walker Books

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The Haunting of Peligan City: Potkin and Stubbs 2, illustrated by Karl James Mountford, written by Sophie Green / Piccadilly Press

Hey Grandude!, illustrated by Kathryn Durst, written by Paul McCartney / Puffin

The Child of Dreams, illustrated by Richard Jones, written by Irena Brignull / Walker Books

White Fox, illustrated by Viola Wang, written by Chen Jiatong / Chicken House

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Bizzy Bear: Train Driver, by Benji Davies / Nosy Crow

The Pirate Tree, illustrated by Jennie Poh, written by Brigita Orel / Lantana Publishing

Dracula Spectacular, illustrated by Ben Mantle, written by Lucy Rowland / Macmillan Children’s Books

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Christopher Pumpkin, written by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet, illustrated by Nick East / Hodder Children’s Books

The Dragon’s Breakfast, illustrated by Marta Kissi, written by Vivian French / Walker Books

Mossbelly Macfearsome and the Goblin Army, illustrated by James Lancett, written by Alex Gardiner / Andersen Press

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Picklewitch & Jack and the Cuckoo Cousin, illustrated by Teemu Juhani, written by Claire Barker / Faber & Faber

The Deathless Girls, illustrated by Olga Baumert, written by Kiran Millwood Hargrave / Hodder Children’s Books


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