Anatomy of a Dress by Juliette van der Molen

About the Book This poetry speaks about the poet’s own struggle and the difficulties that many other women face when making a decision which most men would consider simple— What should I wear today? Anatomy of A Dress explores messages sent and interpreted regarding how women have historically been encouraged to dress, mainly for the … Continue reading Anatomy of a Dress by Juliette van der Molen

The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow

Blurb Seventeen-year-old Simon’s sister Charlotte is missing. The lonely Fenland village the family recently moved to from London is odd, silent, and mysterious. Simon is epileptic and his seizures are increasing in severity, but when he is told of the local curse of the Naseby Horses, he is convinced it has something to do with … Continue reading The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow

Home Alone Harry by Jerry Rhodes and Rachael Messiter (Illustrated by Nicky Hill)

Blurb Harry is a mischievous young dog, adored by his family, Dad and Mum, Maisie (8) and Max (5). When the family leave him on his own he creates chaos. Dad demands, "That bad dog must go!" Alone and sad in bed that evening, Max asks, "Can anyone help?" How will the Thunkies respond to … Continue reading Home Alone Harry by Jerry Rhodes and Rachael Messiter (Illustrated by Nicky Hill)