Books by Publisher: Faber & Faber

    Letters from the Lighthouse

    By Emma Carroll

    Paperback Save £0.34 = £6.65

    After months of bombing raids in London, twelve-year-old Olive Bradshaw and her little brother Cliff are evacuated to the Devon coast. Desperate to be helpful, Olive becomes his post-girl, carrying secret messages as she likes to think of the letters to the villagers.

    Ada Lovelace

    By Lucy Lethbridge

    Hardback Save £0.74 = £7.25

    Daughter of the famous romantic poet Lord Byron, Ada Lovelace was a child prodigy. Brilliant at maths, she read numbers like most people read words. A hundred years before the dawn of digital technology, Ada was working out how to build a machine that could operate like a human mind,...

    Dozy Bear and the Secret of Food

    By Katie Blackburn

    Paperback £6.65

    And that's how his adventure began!The curious little Dozy Bear learns the secret of food in this innovative, thoughtful picture book which encourages youngsters to try something new . This charming story gently introduces the idea that trying new foods can be fun - perfect for any parent who has...

    Story of Charles Dickens

    By Andrew Billen

    Hardback £7.25

    Charles Dickens's happy childhood came to a sudden end when his father was jailed for debt. At the age of 12, young Charles was sent to work in a factory making shoe polish...

    Queen Victoria

    By Kate Hubbard

    Hardback £7.25

    Victoria was just 18 when she was crowned Queen in 1837 - a tiny figure, with a will of iron. Never was there so queenly a queen. She made Britain great and the people loved her for it.

    Isambard Brunel

    By Amanda Mitchison

    Hardback £7.25

    Isambard Kingdom Brunel was a man with a brilliant brain for design, and never tired of building new and exciting things - the deepest tunnel, the longest bridge, the fastest train.

    Story of Florence Nightingale

    By Charlotte Moore

    Hardback £7.25

    Florence knew she did not want a life of fancy clothes and parties, like all the other girls. She was going to do something different - and important. But what...? In 1854, she shocked everyone. Florence set out for the Crimea to nurse soldiers injured in the war. She was...

    Story of David Livingstone

    By Amanda Mitchison

    Hardback £7.25

    At 10 years old David Livingstone was sent to work in a cotton mill. He knew he had to escape. It was a desire that would take him very far from home. This is the incredible story of the tough man of Victorian Britain who would stop at nothing in...

    Little Mouse Helps Out

    By Riikka Jantti

    Hardback £7.25

    Little Mouse has a lot of things to do today ...and he can do them all by himself! It's an exciting day for Little Mouse. His friend Pip is coming over to visit. But first, there are chores to do around the house, like cleaning, laundry, and cooking lunch. Little...

    Imagination Box: A Mind of its Own

    By Martyn Ford

    Paperback £6.65

    Wandering thoughts, Tim had come to realise, were extremely dangerous things. Nearly a year has passed since Tim, Dee and Phil the finger monkey with the help of some fire-breathing bear-sharks defeated Wilde Tech Inc and destroyed the imagination space.

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