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ele fountain A powerful, heart-stopping novel from an award-winning author Lola’s life is about to become unrecognisable. So is Lola.

With stand-out debuts, hotly anticipated follow-ups and the launch of a brand new series, we have very exciting plans for 2020. We’re thrilled to be publishing Lost, a captivating story of adventure and survival on the streets, which has all the pace and heart of Ele Fountain’s celebrated debut, Boy 87. This year will also mark the launch of the new True Adventures series: thrilling true stories based on the lives of inspiring figures from all around the world. Our forthcoming list has more to offer our very youngest readers than ever before, as we publish three oustanding picture books: the tale of a

hunter who has a change of heart (Victor), a breathtaking journey through a fantastical marine world (The Wanderer) and a hilarious illustrated guide to flatulence (The Secret Life of Farts). Along with a spellbinding debut about a girl’s search for her identity (School for Nobodies), an epic story about two sisters’ journeys across Brazil and Ghana (The Deep Blue Between), and Emily Bain Murphy’s transporting novel of magic and intrigue in Copenhagen (Splinters of Scarlet), these titles reflect a diverse selection of the very best stories, for our most discerning readers of all: children.

Everything used to be comfortable. She lived in a big house with her family, where her biggest problems were arguing with her little brother or being told she couldn’t have a new phone. But as one disaster follows another, the threads of her home and family begin to unravel. Cut off from everything she has known before, Lola must find a new way to survive. Now, an ordinary girl must become extraordinary.

‘Lost is a breathless, thrilling adventure, a story to make your heart beat faster. Lola is a wonderful girl, resourceful, brave and loyal, and I desperately wanted her to find her way home’ Elizabeth Laird, author of The Fastest Boy in the World

ele fountain is a writer and former editor in children’s publishing. Her debut novel, Boy 87, won three awards and was nominated for nine more, including the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize. Ele lives in Hampshire with her husband and two daughters and works full-time as a novelist.

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692553 publication: March 2020

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school for nobodies

a s a rah o d e d ina b o o k

splinters of scarlet

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susie bower

emily bain murphy

A girl goes in search of her past in this hilarious, captivating debut

Magic, murder and a hunt for the truth: a thrilling fantasy adventure Marit doesn’t like to use magic too often; it always exacts a heavy price. When her best friend is adopted by legendary former dancer Helena Vestergaard, Marit draws upon her powers to secure a seamstress job with the wealthy family so that she can watch over Eve. But Marit has another, secret motivation: her father died while working in the Vestergaards’ mines, and she has reason to believe he was murdered.

Until she was 10, Flynn didn’t even know her real name. Her adoptive parents have always kept her past a secret, but one mysterious note transforms her world and sets her on a path to discover who she really is. How did she get the burn that covers most of her face? And could she really have a twin? Packed off to a boarding school for misfits, Flynn tries to adjust to the unfair rules and stomach-churning soup while making friends with her unusual classmates. All the while, she receives more cryptic messages that slowly bring her closer to her true identity. susie bower has been a teacher, a tour-guide, a typist, a workshop facilitator, a PA and a painter. She formerly wrote and directed TV programmes for children at the BBC and Channel 4, for which she won a BAFTA Award. School for Nobodies is her debut novel. Susie lives in Bristol.

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692713 publication: May 2020



While she adapts to her glittering new life in Copenhagen, Marit starts to investigate her father’s death in earnest. With every step she takes to get closer to the truth, she and everyone she loves is put in greater danger.

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emily bain murphy grew up in Indiana, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. She is a long-time volunteer with Love146, a non-profit that fights child trafficking. Her debut novel, The Disappearances, was published by Pushkin Children’s Books and was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize. Murphy currently lives in the St. Louis area with her family. format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692607 publication: July 2020

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red stars

duncan versus the googleys

davide morosinotto

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kate milner A thrilling wartime adventure story of courage, bravery and love

A quirky and hilarious debut from an award-winning illustrator

Leningrad, 1941. The twins Viktor and Nadya are twelve years old when Hitler’s Germany declares war on the Soviet Union. All the city’s children are evacuated on trains that are meant to take them to safety, but first Viktor and Nadya are separated, then disaster befalls them both. So begins a desperate race across snow and ice as one of history’s most terrible conflicts rages. Can the twins find a path through the destruction all around, to find each other and their family once again?

Summer is not looking good for Duncan. His parents have left him with his Great Aunt Harriet at Arthritis Hall, a retirement community of rude old ladies who confiscate his games, stuff him in a windowless room and just want him to keep quiet. When Duncan meets Ursula, the caretaker’s daughter, he begins to discover the diabolical secrets that lurk in the shadows of Arthritis Hall. Soon, the two children find themselves embroiled in a plot involving bizarre electronic creatures and acts of ingenious thievery, in an attempt to outwit a fiendish group of eldery criminal masterminds.

Red Stars is a thrilling tale of courage, bravery and love, in the face of the most terrifying danger imaginable. davide morosinotto was born in a small town in the hills of Northern Italy. His debut novel La Corsa Della Bilancia won the Mondadori Junior Award, and since then he’s written 27 books for children and young adults. His books have been translated into 16 languages.

kate milner is a writer and illustrator based in Bedfordshire. When working at her local library, she fell in love with children’s books and went on to become an illustrator, winning the Klaus Fugge Award for her picture book My Name is Not Refugee. Duncan Versus the Googleys is her first novel.

Translated by: Denise Muir

format: Demy Hardback price: £12.99 isbn: 9781782692577 publication: September 2020

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format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692515 publication: February 2020

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the beast warrior

the hungry ghost

nahoko uehashi

h.s. norup

The thrilling conclusion to the adventure of The Beast Player

A moving story of family change and buried secrets

Ten years have passed since the events of The Beast Player. Elin and Ialu are married, with a young son, living a quiet, peaceful life when one day Elin is called upon to investigate a matter of great urgency: the fearsome Toda are dying and nobody knows why.

Freja arrives in Singapore during the month of the hungry ghost, when old spirits are said to roam the streets and families must make offerings to appease their ancestors. She’s homesick for Copenhagen and isn’t sure she fits in with the ‘happy family’ of her father, her step-mother and twin step-brothers.

As Elin investigates, she uncovers a deadly plot and a brewing invasion. Can she protect her homeland without allowing her beloved beasts to be used as weapons of war, or will she have to compromise her principles to save her family? nahoko uehashi is a Japanese writer of fantasy titles, whose books have sold more than a million copies in her native Japan. She has won numerous awards, including the 2014 Hans Christian Andersen Award, which she won for her contribution to children’s literature throughout her life. She lives near Tokyo, Japan.

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As Freja tries to settle into her new life, a mysterious girl in a white dress starts to appear to her, seeming to beckon her on. Following this figure, Freja begins to unravel an old family mystery – one that must be solved before the month is over, to allow both girls to be freed from secrets long buried.

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Translated by: Cathy Hirano

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h.s. norup grew up on a golf course in Denmark and has since lived in the UK, the US, Austria, Singapore and Switzerland, where she resides with her husband and two teenage sons. When she’s not writing or reading, she spends her time outdoors either skiing, hiking, walking, golfing or taking photos. Her first novel, The Missing Barbegazi, is also available from Pushkin Children’s. format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692690 publication: October 2020

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alice’s adventures in wonderland and through the looking glass

the deep blue between

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ayesha harruna attah

lewis carroll & floor rieder A gorgeous, full-colour-illustrated edition of this timeless classic

A teen feminist epic of love, courage and determination A sudden, brutal slave raid tears sisters Husseina and Vitoria apart, taking them far away from each other. Husseina goes to Accra, where she builds a new family and finds a place for herself in the political world; Vitoria goes to Salvador, Bahia where she lives and works with a Priestess, worshipping the gods of the motherland. But no matter the different obstacles and adventures they encounter, the sisters never forget one another. They remain bound together by their dreams, and slowly their fates begin to draw them back together.

This new edition contains the texts of both Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking Glass in a beautiful, clothbound flipped book – illustrated throughout in glorious colour. Floor Rieder’s gorgeous drawings are an original and fresh imagining of Alice’s topsy-turvy world.

ayesha harruna attah is a Ghanaianborn writer living in Senegal. She was educated at Mount Holyoke College, Columbia University and New York University. She is the author of three novels for adults, and her writing has appeared in the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, Elle Italia and the 2010 Caine Prize Writers’ Anthology. This is her first book for teen readers.

floor rieder is a highly acclaimed, award-winning Dutch illustrator.

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a brand new series

incredible real-life stories from world history We at Pushkin Children’s are very excited to be launching a brand new series for 8–12-year-olds in 2020: True Adventures. Each title will be a thrilling, fast-paced story about incredible events from world history. Readers will discover astonishing heroines and heroes from all around the globe, from Queen Nanny and her inspirational fight to protect Jamaica to Mu Guiying, whose incredible intelligence and miltary skill propelled her to become a great general in Ancient China.

format: Hardback price: £12.99 isbn: 9781782690061 publication: May 2013

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the girl who said no to the nazis: sophie scholl and the plot against hitler haydn kaye

queen of freedom: defending jamaica

The inspirational story of the students who defied the Nazis

One woman masterminds slave resistance to British rule in 1720

catherine johnson

In 1942, a young woman named Sophie Scholl arrives in Munich to begin her studies at university. Reunited with her beloved brother Hans, a medical student, she finds new friends in a group of young Germans united in their passion for jazz music, dancing, art and philosophy.

1720. Blue Mountains, windward Jamaica. In the sweltering heat Captain Shettlewood leads a troop of British soldiers through the thick trees towards the river. They are hunting slaves who have escaped from the brutal plantations. Their mission: to find them, and kill them.

In her lectures, Sophie hears whispers of a mysterious group called The White Rose who dare to defy the Nazis. Incendiary leaflets begin to appear, protesting the atrocities of the fascist regime and calling on others to act. At the same time, Sophie discovers that her new friends are united by more than just their love of art and music. Soon, she will become another petal of The White Rose and be drawn into a world of rebellion , compelled to carry out acts of great danger and courage.

But up ahead, hidden among the rocks, a group of men with cutlasses and muskets wait patiently for the instructions of their leader. Queen Nanny is a ‘wise woman’ with a reputation for ancient obeah magic, and a guerilla fighter with a genius for organisation. So the battle for Jamaica begins, the First Maroon War, in which the maroons – escaped slaves – will make a final, do-or-die stand against the slavers and soldiers of Empire. Final cover to come

haydn kaye has loved history since he was very young. He went on to study history at Oxford University, before teaching and writing about historical subjects ranging from the pyramids to the Olympics.

format: B-format Paperback price: £6.99 isbn: 9781782692751 publication: August 2020

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catherine johnson is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has written many titles for younger readers with a historical setting. Sawbones, a mystery set in eighteenth-century London, won the Young Quills Award for Best Historical Fiction 2015. Catherine is half-Jamaican and knows the Blue Mountains well. format: B-format Paperback price: £6.99 isbn: 9781782692799 publication: August 2020

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bandit’s daughter: kung fu girl in ancient china

the mysterious life of dr barry: a surgeon unlike any other

simon mason

lisa williamson

A kung fu prodigy’s unstoppable rise to become a great general

The remarkable story of the surgeon who disguised herself as a man

At the beginning of the 11th century, General Yang sends his son Zongbao to exterminate the bandit living in DragonTaming Wood. In the forest, Zongbao is surprised by the bandit’s teenage daughter, a kung fu prodigy, who challenges him to unarmed combat. Her deal? If Zongbao wins, she will lead him to her father’s secret hideout. If she wins, she will take him to her father as her prisoner.

In July 1865, the celebrated surgeon Dr James Barry died in London after a long and distinguished career in the British Empire. He had lived alone, and a charlady took on the task of laying out his body. Barry was well-known. A fiery, red-haired man, he was a gifted physician – and a determined and pugnacious character. He had performed the world’s first successful modern Caesarean birth. He had pushed through much-needed medical reforms. He had visited the Crimea and argued violently with Florence Nightingale. He had even fought a duel to avenge an insult.

So begins Mu Guiying’s extraordinary story, which will end with a spectacular battle for the destiny of her country. simon mason has written numerous books for younger readers, including The Quigleys, Moon Pie, and the YA crime thriller series featuring Garvie Smith: Running Girl, Kid Got Shot and Hey, Sherlock!

format: B-format Paperback price: £6.99 isbn: 9781782692737 publication: November 2020

The charlady came running from the room. She had startling news. Dr Barry had clearly been born a woman! lisa williamson is the best-selling author of The Art of Being Normal, a YA story about the friendship between a trans girl and a gay boy described as ‘a life-changing and life-saving book’ by Philip Pullman. She has written two other highly regarded YA novels, All About Mia and Paper Avalanche.

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format: B-format Paperback price: £6.99 isbn: 9781782692782 publication: November 2020

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victor jacques & Lise A hunter dreams he is a cheetah – and decides to change his ways

At Pushkin Children’s, we’re committed to bringing the best stories from around the world to our younger readers – and that extends to the very youngest of readers, too. In 2020, we’ll be launching three unique, gorgeous picture books. First, we have Victor: a stunningly illustrated story of a hunter who has a vivid dream that he has been transformed into a cheetah, and decides to change his ways.

Next in our lineup is the aweinspiring journey of The Wanderer, the story of a little boat’s journey across fantastical seascapes, told entirely in spectacularly detailed illustrations. Finally, we have an uproarious guide to The Secret Life of Farts. Outrageous fun, with hilarious verses and irreverent illustrations, it’ll delight fart-obsessed children – and will make adults giggle, too!

One night, a hunter dreams he is a cheetah on the savannah, being hunted himself... When he wakes up, he doesn’t want to be a hunter any more, but how can he make amends for all the hunting he has done? A gorgeous, vibrantly colourful picturebook that will appeal to children and parents alike. jacques & lise are an award-winnin Belgian creative duo who produce beautiful picturebooks together.

format: Hardback price: £12.99 isbn: 9781782692850 publication: September 2020

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the wanderer

the secret life of farts

peter van den ende

malin klingenberg illustrated by sanna mander

The stunning wordless story of a brave little boat’s voyage

A hilarious journey around the hidden world of the fart

A little boat sets out to sea and begins its voyage toward home. To get there it must travel across many strange, beautiful oceanscapes, full of fantastic creatures and deadly monsters, swept by terrifying storms and sailed by mysterious ships. Can the Wanderer pick a path through all these perils to a safe harbour?

Hilarious verses and outrageous illustrations combine to produce a book about the funniest thing in the world: farts! From the racetrack to the concert hall, from humble bank-robbers to esteemed royals, farts are produced everywhere and by everyone. The Secret Life of Farts is your guide to the rich, colourful, flatulatory world that is all around us.

This beautifully illustrated, wordless picturebook is a gateway into a captivating marine fantasy world.

Translated by: Annie Prime ‘Wonderfully strange and strangely wonderful... an epic dream’ Shaun Tan, author of The Arrival

format: Hardback price: £16.99 isbn: 9781782692867 publication: October 2020



format: Hardback price: £12.99 isbn: 9781782692836 publication: November 2020

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bearmouth

a s a rah o d e d i na b o o k

liz hyder

new i n pa pe rb a ck

The fiercely original YA debut about justice and resisting oppression

lampie annet schaap

The acclaimed, enchanting fairytale adventure debut

A Book of the Year in the Guardian, Financial Times, New Statesman, Observer, Sunday Times and The Times

Every evening Lampie the lighthouse keeper’s daughter must light a lantern to warn ships away from the rocks. But one stormy night disaster strikes. The lantern goes out, a ship is wrecked and an adventure begins.

Life in Bearmouth is one of hard labour, the sunlit world above the mine a distant memory. Reward will come in the next life with the benevolence of the Mayker. Newt accepts everything – that is, until the mysterious Devlin arrives. Suddenly, Newt starts to look at Bearmouth with a fresh perspective, questioning the system, and setting in motion a chain of events that could destroy their entire world.

In disgrace, Lampie is sent to work as a maid at the Admiral’s Black House, where rumour has it that a monster lurks in the tower. But what she finds there is stranger and more beautiful than any monster. Soon Lampie is drawn into a fairytale adventure in a world of mermaids and pirates, where she must fight with all her might for friendship, freedom and the right to be different.

In this powerful and brilliantly original debut novel, friendship creates strength, courage is hard-won and hope is the path to freedom.

‘Like nothing I have read before... handin-mouth gripping... [Hyder] will become a household name and her books a curriculum staple’ The Times

liz hyder is a writer, workshop leader and award-winning arts PR consultant. She has a BA in drama from the University of Bristol and, in early 2018, won the Bridge Award/Moniack Mhor’s Emerging Writer Award. She is currently working on her second book and a range of creative projects. Bearmouth is her debut novel.

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692430 publication: February 2020

‘Lampie stood out... a dark-and-stormynight of a fairytale that I absolutely loved’ Hilary McKay, Observer Books of the Year

annet schaap is one of the Netherlands’ best-loved illustrators. Lampie is her debut novel and won four prizes in the Netherlands and Flanders, including the Gouden Griffel for the best Dutch children’s book of the year. Translated by: Laura Watkinson

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692621 publication: February 2020 dimensions: 198 x 129mm

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the letter for the king: netflix tie-in

the goldsmith and the master thief

tonke dragt

tonke dragt

New edition of this popular classic to tie in with a major TV series

The exciting adventures of two very different twins

Major Netflix series launching worldwide in March

Laurenzo and Jiacomo are identical twins, as alike as two drops of water. No one can tell them apart (which comes in very handy for playing tricks on their teachers). And no one can split them up.

When Tiuri answers a desperate call for help, he finds himself on a perilous mission that could cost him his life. He must deliver a secret letter to the King who lives across the Great Mountains – a letter upon which the future of the entire realm depends.

But when tragedy strikes their carefree young lives, they must make their own way in the world. As each brother chooses his own path – hardworking Laurenzo to make beautiful objects from gold and silver, and fearless Jiacomo to travel, explore and become an unlikely thief – it is the start of a series of incredible escapades that will test them to their limits.

It means abandoning his home, breaking all the rules and leaving everything behind – even the knighthood he has dreamed of for so long.

‘A true page-turner’ Sunday Times

tonke dragt was born in Jakarta in 1930 and spent most of her childhood in Indonesia. Her family moved to the Netherlands after the war and, after studying in the Hague, Dragt became an art teacher. She published her first book in 1961, followed a year later by The Letter for the King, which has been translated into sixteen languages.

n ew i n pa pe rba ck

‘Captivating and beautifully written’ Angels and Urchins

tonke dragt was born in Jakarta in 1930 and spent most of her childhood in Indonesia. Her family moved to the Netherlands after the war and, after studying in the Hague, Dragt became an art teacher. She published her first book in 1961, followed a year later by The Letter for the King, which has been translated into sixteen languages.

Translated by Laura Watkinson Translated by: Laura Watkinson

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692591 publication: March 2020

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title: Through the Water Curtain and other Tales from Around the World author: Various price: £9.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 224pp isbn: 9781782692034

title: The Dead World of Lanthorne Ghules author: Gerald Killingworth price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 288pp isbn: 9781782692362

title: Lenny’s Book of Everything author: Karen Foxlee price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 352pp isbn: 9781782692386

title: The Disappearances author: Emily Bain Murphy price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 400pp isbn: 9781782691495

title: My Sweet Orange Tree author: José Mauro de Vasconcelos price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 192pp isbn: 9781782692454

title: Max and Moritz author: Wilhelm Busch price: £6.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 96pp isbn: 9781782692539

title: The Tunnels Below author: Nadine Wild-Palmer price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 256pp isbn: 9781782692232

title: The Shamer’s Daughter author: Lene Kaaberbøl price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 208pp isbn: 9781782692256

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title: The Murderer’s Ape author: Jakob Wegelius price: £8.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 640pp isbn: 9781782691754

title: The Legend of Sally Jones author: Jakob Wegelius price: £12.99 format: Hardback dimensions: 265 x 165mm extent: 112pp isbn: 9781782692331

title: Dog author: Andy Mulligan price: £6.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 256pp isbn: 9781782691730

title: The Beast Player author: Nahoko Uehashi price: £8.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 512pp isbn: 9781782691679

title: The Swish of the Curtain author: Pamela Brown price: £6.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 336pp isbn: 9781782691853

title: Boy 87 author: Ele Fountain price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 224pp isbn: 9781782691976

title: Piglettes author: Clémentine Beauvais price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 288pp isbn: 9781782691204

title: The Missing Barbegazi author: H.S. Norup price: £6.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 256pp isbn: 9781782691815

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Pushkin Children's 2020 Catalogue  

Pushkin Children's Books was created in 2013 to share books from different languages and cultures with younger readers to open the door to t...

Pushkin Children's 2020 Catalogue  

Pushkin Children's Books was created in 2013 to share books from different languages and cultures with younger readers to open the door to t...

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