New Bright Books for Spring 2019

last updated 07 January 2019

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The new year is underway and how better to start 2019 than with beautiful new books! Our talented Bright Artists have been busy bringing an array of new stories to life and we are thrilled to showcase the releases hitting bookshelves this winter.

From adventures that fizz with fairies and enchanting mythical creatures to stories that inspire love for the natural world, there is a something for everyone. We have a magical author/illustrator debut ‘Once Upon a Unicorn Horn’ by Beatrice Blue, the much-anticipated ‘Tad’ by Benji Davies, not to mention the third installment of the hugely popular Lightning Girl series illustrated by James Lancett. Enjoy!


JANUARY


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‘Mossbelly MacFearsome and the Dwarves of Doom’ Illustrated by James Lancett, written by Alex Gardiner / Andersen Press

‘Vote for Effie’ Cover Art by Emma Trithart, interior llustrations by Mirelle Ortega, written by Laura Wood / Scholastic

‘The Peculiar Peggs of Riddling Woods’ Illustrated by Hannah Peck, written by Samuel J. Halpin / Usborne

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‘The Kiss’ Illustrated by Jessica Courtney-Tickle, written by Linda Sunderland / Little Tiger Press

‘Daddy Fartypants’ Illustrated by Matt Hunt, written by Emer Stamp / Orchard Books


FEBRUARY


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‘Hop Little Bunnies’ Illustrated by Laura Hughes, written by Martha Mumford / Bloomsbury Publishing

‘Two Sides’ Illustrated by Binny Talib, written by Polly Ho-Yen / Stripes Publishing

‘The Steam Whistle Theatre Company’ Illustrated by Hannah Peck, written by Vivian French / Walker Books

‘The Midnight Hour’ Illustrated by Hannah Peck, written by Benjamin Read & Laura Trinder / Chicken House

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‘Mummy’s Suitcase’ Illustrated by Laura Hughes, written by Pip Jones / Faber & Faber

‘The World Book Day Monster’ Illustrated by Ada Grey, written by Adam & Charlotte Guillain / Egmont

‘Kiss the Crocodile’ Illustrated by Ben Mantle, written by Sean Taylor / Walker Books


MARCH


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‘Mummy, Fairy and Me: Unicorn Wishes’ Illustrated by Marta Kissi, written by Sophie Kinsella / Puffin

‘Secret Supervillain Vs Lightning Girl’ Cover art by James Lancett, interior illustrations by Mike Love, written by Alesha Dixon / Scholastic

‘Potkin and Stubbs’ Illustrated by Karl James Mountford, written by Sophie Green / Piccadilly Press

‘Once Upon a Unicorn Horn’ By Beatrice Blue / Lincoln Children’s Books


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‘Princess Poppy, Please, Please Save the Bees’ Illustrated by Jennie Poh, written by Janey Jones / Eden & Cooper Publishers

‘Tad’ By Benji Davies / HarperCollins UK

‘Busy Little Bees: Sunflower Shoots and Muddy Boots’ Illustrated by Grace Easton, written by Katherine Halligan / Nosy Crow


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