• Peppa’s Christmas Jumper Day – Peppa Pig

Peppa Pig and Daddy Pig are on a quest to find jumpers for the Christmas Jumper Day.

  • Hoihoi Turituri – Soledad Bravi

With over 100 pages, this unique board book is full of bright, bold illustrations and lots of noises to make – it’s perfect for sharing with a baby or toddler.

Māori-language editions are booming in New Zealand! This chunky book is fun for those who’ve grown up speaking Māori, those who are learning and fans of The Noisy Book.

  • Pea + Nut! – Matt Stanton

When a chilled-out panda and a hyperactive flamingo go head to head, there can be only one winner. Pea, the panda, decides to bake a cake. Nut, the flamingo, decides to turn it into a competition. Let the cake-baking battle begin!

  • The House of Madame M – Clotilde Perrin

In The House of Madame M, we explore a strange house: each room is full of surprises to make even the bravest shiver.

Full of humour and detail, it will mesmerise readers of all ages.

  • The Crayon’s Christmas – Oliver Jeffers and Drew Daywalt

In this unique book, readers join in as Duncan, the Crayons and their families celebrate the festive season.

With real folded letters to pull from their envelopes and read, games, press-out ornaments, a poster and a pop-up tree, this book is the perfect gift for fans of The Day the Crayons Quit and The Day the Crayons Came Home.

  • The Fowl Twins – Eoin Colfer

Prepare for an epic adventure in which the Fowl twins Myles and Beckett, and their newly-made troll friend, get shot at, kidnapped, buried, arrested, threatened and killed (temporarily).

  • Tell Me – Katharina von der Gathen

Written by experienced sex educationist Katharina von der Gathen, this book collects questions asked anonymously by children in classes about the human body, love and sexuality.

The answers are both direct and warm-hearted, giving children the information they really want to know in an illustrated and comedic form they can relate to.

  • The Toll – Neal Shusterman

In this pulse-pounding finale to Neal Shusterman’s internationally bestselling trilogy, constitutions are tested, and old friends are brought back from the dead.