When Alice follows a white rabbit in a waistcoat down a hole, she finds herself in a mixed-up world where nothing is as he expects it to be, and anything can happen!
Alice meets a pipe smoking catterpillar, a grinning cat, a Mad Hatter, and a formidable Queen of Hearts.
By Walter Allen
James Bigglesworth, as called as Biggles, is a pilot and adventurer in the fictional story of adventure from W.E. Johns. Biggles in Spain was first published in 1939 with the settings of Spanish Civil War and Biggles journey during that time. Biggles and two of his companion, Algy and Ginger arrived in Spain during the Civil War. And after encountering with the British Intelligence agent who passes them a coded message, they are involved in a desperate chase to get back to England.
It’s time to let your imagination fly…
If you look up on a cloudy day, you’ll see a whole new surprising world above you – the world of clouds! The Book of Clouds is an introduction to this world – and the guide you’ll want by your side to help you understand it.
A mix of dreamy fantasy and scientific fact, this is the perfect gift for any child with their head stuck in the clouds – and for anyone who has ever wondered what’s up there in the skies above. This book is ideal for children to use as a starting point for their own imaginative creative play. It is full of playful poems, inspiring, anarchic illustrations, and guides to all of the different aspects of clouds that you could want to know about.
With 25 poems and many full-page illustrations that use watercolour and collage, you won’t be able to pick The Book of Clouds up without wanting to immediately start making your own cloud diary. So The Book of Clouds comes with 9 pages for your own notes and sketches at the end – let it truly become YOUR book of clouds!
Originally published in Latvian as Mākoņu grāmata by Liels un mazs in 2010.
Aldous Huxley’s tour de force, Brace New Wold is a darkly satiric vision of a “utopian” future — where humans are genetically bred and pharmaceutically anesthetized to passicely serve a ruling order. A powerful work of speculative fiction that has enthralled and terrified readers for generations, it remains remarkably relevant to this day as both a warning to be heeded as we head into tomorrow and as thought-provoking, satisfying entertainment.
By Roald Dahl
ROAR! Now I’ve got your attention, can I interest you in a book of poems about dinosaurs?
Though they went extinct 65 million years ago, dinosaurs are still everywhere. They’re on TV in The Land Before Time, in classrooms and museum collections, but it might still be hard to believe that dinosaurs walked here once. The poets in this anthology bring dinosaurs out of their display cases and into your home, and ask them politely to be careful with the carpet.
This book is approximately for children aged 8+.
By John Verney
Bursting with energy and an immense love of nature, Heidi proves to have remarkable, transforming powers over those people closest to her, including Clara, a handicapped young lady from a wealthy German family, Peter, a goatherd, and his blind grandmother. Even Heidi’s pessimistic grandfather eventually accepts and enjoys the healing effects of Heidi’s innocence, sensitivity, and love.
By Angus Wilson