A Vegas mix-up in “Hitched” leads to marrying a first love. It’s a rom-com rollercoaster full of laughs, quirky characters and love’s surprise twists.
In “Thirteen Ways to Kill Lulabelle Rock,” Maud Woolf spins a tale of identity and autonomy wrapped in a sci-fi mystery about a celebrity and her clones.
“Queen of Freedom” revives Queen Nanny’s story, highlighting her pivotal role in the Maroons’ fight for liberty in Jamaica’s Blue Mountains.
“The House on Rye Lane” entwines timelines into a chilling narrative, where a house in Peckham exudes dread, ensnaring characters in its eerie curse. Recommended.
“Saint Valentine the Kindhearted” revives the true spirit of Valentine’s Day, celebrating the saint’s life and love beyond the commercial.
Looking for family? Join Baby Dragon on his quest for relationships and belonging.
Black Voices by Jessica Ann Mitchell Aiwuyor is more than just a book; it’s a journey through Pan African culture, brimming with insightful quotes and stunning art.
Join a monster’s bedtime routine in “Are You A Sleepy Monster?” A charming tale of turning fear into fun at lights out.
Always There: A compassionate story exploring grief’s journey. Sweet illustrations depict sorrow and healing, offering solace and understanding
“This Is My Face” shines with the joy of siblings embracing creativity. Emotions dance across the pages, inspiring kids to express themselves