Get Great New Children's Books from the Book People's Red House Online Store [Global Data Point]
(Global Data Point Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) For 35 years, Red House has specialised in highlighting the very best in children's literature - and the latest round of new additions is no exception. From educational books to fiction, there's a huge range of great books available from Red House - which is why you should take a look and see what's on offer.
"Red House brings some of the finest children's books together in one place, so it's great for children and teenagers looking to be entertained as well as educated," said Ryan Barham, editor at the Book People. "There are some genuinely great books among the latest set of new releases, and there really is something for everyone."
Among the new releases - available for £4.99 from Red House - is Suzanne LaFleur's Listening for Lucca, suitable for readers aged nine and above. This book tells the tale of Siena and her family, who leave New York to start a new life in the quieter surroundings of Maine. Lucca doesn't speak, but Siena finds that when she picks up a pen to write, the words she jots down aren't her own.
Also available from Red House - priced at £3.49 - is After Iris: The Diaries of Bluebell Gadsby, by Natasha Farrant. Through a series of diary entries, young Bluebell Gadsby reveals her innermost thoughts as she tries to deal with both the general tribulations of growing up and the loss of her twin sister, Iris. This book is suitable for readers aged 11 and over.
Bookworms can also pick up a four-book Meg Rosoff set from Red House for just £6.99. The four titles included here are How I Live Now, Just in Case, What I Was and The Bride's Farewell. Suitable for readers aged 12 and above, Rosoff's stories are sharp, funny and not afraid to tackle challenging subject matter - which makes them ideal for older readers.
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