• L’Aventure magique: Kris et Kate construisent un bateau Quick View
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    • Histoire par Ruth Finnegan Illustrations par Rachel Backshall Kris et Kate construisent un bateau dans le sable et leur chien Holly gambade autour d’eux. Ils s’aventurent dans une crique, sous le regard de leur mère restée sur le rivage. Un doux conte magique admirablement illustré qui incite à la découverte de l’histoire naturelle. Traduit de l’anglais par Gwendolyne Thio et…
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  • Queen Bee and Other Stories Quick View
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    • by Xu Xiaobin   Translated from the Chinese by John Howard-Gibbon, Natascha Bruce, Nicky Harman and Alvin Leung ISBN: 978-1-911221-19-7 Publication date: 25 March 2019 Format: Paperback (Demy octavo) 216mm x 138mm Pages: 120 pp Cover illustration by Xu Xiaobin  
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  • The Tree Fort on Carnation Lane Quick View
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    • by Horace Ho Daniel Fang’s mid-thirties are marked by the birth of his daughter and the death of a childhood friend. His daughter’s birth and infancy reminds him of his own boyhood, his friend’s death of the good times he had with back in their old neighbourhood.   They were the kids from the wrong side of the temple, kids…
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    • by Randy Taguchi Riku Sato is in the fifth grade, when he moves from Utsunomiya to Fukushima to switch schools. Minamisoma, the town he arrives in, is virtually deserted--after the devastating earthquake and tsunami disaster of March 11, 2011, which struck the Tohoku region in Japan and triggered a nuclear meltdown, not a single soul is in sight; not in…
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  • The Bear Whispers to Me Quick View
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    • by Chang Ying-Tai WINNER OF THE 2015 LENNOX ROBINSON LITERARY AWARD Selected by BookTrust for the "Books we like: June 2015" (age 12+). A reclusive young boy stumbles upon his father’s diary. Filled with drawings, photos and anecdotes, the diary reveals an alpine world that his father once inhabited as a child: where tribes were fashioned by tree spirits; animals could be spoken to;…
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  • As Flowers Bloom and Wither Quick View
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    • by Ying-Tai Chang   As Flowers Bloom and Wither tells a bold and stirring story with great sensitivity. The protagonist, whose true identity was enshrouded in an enormous plot, must brave the thorns of history in order to unravel the threads of this enigma. Will the twists and turns of fate obscure the ultimate truth? How many more “truths” are…
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  • High Days and Holy Days: Voices of the Christian West Quick View
  • Mr Horton’s ViolinMr Horton’s Violin Quick View
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    • written by  Wenhua Wang illustrated by  Amann Wang   Winner of the 2013 Taiwan Golden Tripod Award   `Beautifully written, beautifully illustrated and once again a real wow from this talented team and brought to us by Balestier.' ---ReadItDaddy   Mr Horton has fashioned a violin out of a magic tree. But just who is worthy of playing it? The…
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  • From Blank Canvas to Garment: A creative journey of discovery Quick View
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    • by Marella Campagna The book is a vivid honest story of a Fashion designer, looking for her inner voice and true self, throughout creative process dynamics, critical thinking, inspirations, fashion dramas, failing attempts and lots of self-analysis. Deep socio-anthropological reflections alternate with story-telling, helping the curious reader to discover the intricate maze of an artist's mind, unravelling doubts and questions…
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  • The Chief CellistThe Chief Cellist Quick View
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    • written by  Wenhua Wang illustrated by  Amann Wang   Winner of the 2013 Taiwan Golden Tripod Award   `A truly brilliant and original book!'--- ReadItDaddy   Mr Zibra is the Chief Cellist of the Caramel Pudding Symphony Orchestra. He is one of the best cellists in the world—but he is mean, miserly and cold. One evening, he comes across an orchestra…
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  • The Magic Adventure: Kris and Kate Build a BoatThe Magic Adventure: Kris and Kate Build a Boat Quick View
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    • Story by Ruth Finnegan Illustrations by Rachel Backshall Two children build a boat in the sand. Their dog Holly frisks round them. They venture out into a sea inlet, watched by their mother from shore. After all the excitement, they fall asleep. In danger of drifting out to sea, they are safely towed back to shore by the friendly birds…
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