New Bright Books for Summer 2019
last updated 04 April 2019
As we start to look towards the warmer months ahead, we are getting excited for the stack of new titles from our Bright artists set to publish this season! Here is a round-up of the wonderful stories on the horizon.
There are some superb sequels from popular author illustrators such as Fiona Woodcock and Sebastien Braun, a dazzling new addition to the bestselling Supertato series by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet, not to mention many much-anticipated new titles including Wakey Birds by Maddie Frost and Paper Planes illustrated by Richard Jones.
From seaside stories and jungle expeditions, to lots of lovable animals and a magical creature with a big heart, these titles are united in their joyous storytelling and beautiful artwork, putting a splash of colour into the season ahead.
The One-Stop Story Shop, illustrated by Tony Neal, written by Tracey Corderoy / Little Tiger Press
The Climbers, illustrated by Alette Straathof, written by Ali Standish / Stripes Publishing
Look and Say What You See at the Seaside, illustrated by Sebastien Braun / Nosy Crow
The Tunnels Below, illustrated by Ellen Shi, written by Nadine Wild-Palmer / Pushkin Children’s Books
Pog, illustrated by Jane Newland, written by Pádraig Kenny / Chicken House
Wakey Birds, by Maddie Frost / Templar Publishing
The Tide, illustrated by Ashling Lindsay, written by Clare Helen Welsh / Tiger Tales
Raj and the Best Holiday Ever!, by Sebastien Braun / Templar Publishing
Party for Dads, illustrated by Ada Grey, written by Adam and Charlotte Guillain / Egmont
McTavish Takes the Biscuit, cover art by Grace Easton, written by Meg Rosoff / Barrington Stoke
Malamander, illustrated by George Ermos, written by Thomas Taylor / Walker Books
Noah’s Noisy Night, illustrated by Sebastien Braun, written by Maria Correa / Little Tiger Press
The Secret Dragon, illustrated by Ben Mantle, written by Ed Clarke / Puffin
Paper Planes, illustrated by Richard Jones, written by Jim Helmore / Simon & Schuster
Somebody Swallowed Stanley, illustrated by Hannah Peck, written by Sarah Roberts / Scholastic UK
Hello, by Fiona Woodcock / Greenwillow Books
Joy, written by Yasmeen Ismail, illustrated by Jenni Desmond / Walker Books
Supertato Carnival Catastro-Pea!, by Sue Hendra & Paul Linnet / Simon & Schuster
Milton the Mighty, illustrated by Alex G Griffiths / Chicken House
Dino Knights, illustrated by George Ermos / Awesome Reads
Warrior Monkeys and the Volcano Adventure, illustrated by Steve Brown / Oxford University Press
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