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BEARMOUTH

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LIZ HYDER A boldly original story of justice, independence and resistance

In the second half of 2019, we’re particularly excited to be publishing Bearmouth, by debut author Liz Hyder. It is an astonishingly original and thrilling story about justice and resistance with a truly unique central character, and we can’t wait to introduce this special new voice to readers. We’re also delighted to be publishing another book by the beloved Tonke Dragt: The Goldsmith and the Master Thief is a classic tale of adventure and mistaken identity that will captivate Dragt fans.   Along with an evocative YA debut about a boy’s divided loyalty in rural America (The Collective), reissues of

Life in Bearmouth is one of hard labour, and reward will come in the next life with the benevolence of the Mayker. Newt accepts everything – that is, until Devlin arrives. Devlin starts to force Newt to ask questions, to look around, to wonder if the rules are divine or simply a way of keeping everyone under control.

Lene Kaaberbøl’s spectactular series The Shamer Chronicles, a witty and chilling quest adventure into the Dead World and a fantastic new translation of one of the most popular German children’s classics, this list reflects the very best stories from around the world, for our most discerning readers of all: children.

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

‘One of the most ambitious and darkly brilliant YA books I’ve read. It’s provocative, tender, claustrophobic and epic. It blew my mind’ Kiran Millwood Hargrave, author of The Girl of Ink & Stars

liz hyder is a writer, experienced workshop leader and multi-award-winning PR consultant in the arts. A former member of the National Youth Theatre, she has a BA in drama from the University of Bristol and is currently developing several stage projects in the West Midlands. In early 2018, she won Moniack Mhor’s Emerging Writer Award. Bearmouth is her debut novel.

format: B-format Hardback price: £12.99 isbn: 9781782692423 publication: September 2019

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THE GOLDSMITH AND THE MASTER THIEF

THE COLLECTIVE

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LINDSEY WHITLOCK

TONKE DRAGT A raucous adventure about the lives of two very different twins

A dramatic coming-of-age novel about a boy’s divided loyalty

Twins Jiacomo and Laurenzo look exactly the same—but they are as different as night and day. Hard-working Laurenzo wants to make beautiful things and becomes a goldsmith; Jiacomo loves travel and adventure and uses his wiles to become an excellent thief…

Stuck in the traditional community of Badfish Creek, Elwyn longs for change. When his uncle offers him the chance to leave his rural roots behind, he jumps at the opportunity, eager to move to Liberty to gain an education and become part of a flourishing world. Finally, life seems to be opening up to him.

The goldsmith and the master thief can easily be mistaken for one another, and this gets them both into and out of all kinds of trouble. From a case of mistaken identity involving the Knight of the Red Rose to the pursuit of the precious silver cups of Talamura, the brothers find themselves caught up in wild adventures that require all of their combined wisdom and cunning.

But it is not long before he understands that all that glitters is not gold: there are things going on in Liberty that Elwyn cannot ignore. Things that profoundly threaten the world he has rejected and things that he has to fight against. The Collective is a richly realised debut novel about tradition, change, the meaning of home and the struggle to be true to yourself.

Translated by the award-winning Laura Watkinson, this is the first appearance in English of this classic story by the celebrated author of The Letter for the King. ‘The Letter for the King will get pulses racing... [A] beautifully translated, wellpresented and captivating book’ The Times

tonke dragt was born in 1930 in Jakarta and her family later moved to the Netherlands. Her books have won many awards and she was knighted in 2001.

lindsey whitlock is a Midwestern writer preoccupied by places, people and how to live well. She writes from Madison, Wisconsin, where she lives with her husband and three children. The Collective is her debut novel.

format: Hardback price: £12.99 isbn: 9781782692461 publication: November 2019

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692171 publication: August 2019

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THE SHAMER’S DAUGHTER

THE SERPENT GIFT

LENE KAABERBØL

LENE KAABERBØL

‘The series as a whole is in good standing alongside Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy and C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia’ Booklist

‘Full of passion’ Julia Eccleshare, Guardian A watching face in a market crowd, a mist-shrouded figure on the moor, a haunting presence seen only when he wants to be seen. Sezuan has the Serpent Gift. With the eerie music of his flute, he can weave a web of lies and illusion to trap the keenest mind. He is also Dina’s father, and he has come to claim her.

Dina has inherited her mother’s gift: she is a Shamer, able to see a person’s most guilty secrets just by gazing in their eyes. But sometimes her gift feels more like a curse. Nobody seems to want a friend who can see their deepest shame.

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692256 publication: July 2019

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But when Dina’s mother is called to Dunark Castle to uncover the truth about a terrible crime, Dina must come to terms with her power, and quickly - or let her mother fall prey to the vicious dragons of Dunark.

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692294 publication: July 2019

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THE SHAMER’S SIGNET

THE SHAMER’S WAR

LENE KAABERBØL

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692270 publication: July 2019

dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 288pp territory: World English reading age: 10+ years

Dina’s family set family set off in desperate flight, trying to escape Sezuan’s snare. But soon, with nowhere else to turn, Dina must learn to see through her father’s deceit and use her own gift against him.

LENE KAABERBØL

‘The most original new fiction of its kind... thrilling’ The Times

‘I gobbled it up!’ Tamora Pierce, author of The Song of the Lioness

Dina has the Shamer’s Gift – one look into her eyes, and none can mask their guilt or hide their shame. Now even her brother, Davin, no longer dares to meet her gaze. He burns with a desire to take up the sword and avenge the crimes committed against his family.

The Dragon Lord of Dunark will stop at nothing in his persecution of Shamers, and he is determined to crush any community that shelters them. Those struggling to resist his cruel power have realised that hiding won’t work any more. It’s time to fight back.

But these are treacherous times and Dina’s life is in terrible danger. Kidnapped by the corrupt Valdracu, she is forced to use her gift as a weapon. And Davin becomes her only hope of escape...

But as preparations for the rebellion begin, Dina starts to have doubts – can she really be part of a plan to unleash war? There must be another way, but can she find it before her world is torn apart?

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format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692317 publication: July 2019

dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 384pp territory: World English reading age: 10+ years

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THE DEAD WORLD OF LANTHORNE GHULES

MAX AND MORITZ

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WILHELM BUSCH

GERALD KILLINGWORTH A tense, macabre quest to save a baby sister from the Dead World Edwin really doesn’t want to be a big brother. Forced to move house, start a new school and make way for this unwelcome interloper in his parents’ affections, he feels like everything is chaos. But things might not be as bad as he fears, as Edwin makes an unusual pen-pal, Lanthorne, who introduces him to a strange world filled with dark secrets and thrilling adventures. This excitement seems safe until those secrets and adventures start to intrude on Edwin’s life and, more worryingly, on the life of his baby sister. Can Edwin and Lanthorne work together to save Mandoline from the evil Aunt Necra? And can they figure out why Lanthorne’s family is so divided, and what the terrible secret is that so many people seem to know all about but refuse to share with Edwin?

A lively new translation of this playful, anarchic tale of two boys’ brilliant pranks Max and Moritz is perhaps the defining classic of German children’s literature. In this darkly hilarious story, two young boys exercise their talent for ingenious mischief in a variety of dazzling tricks. Whether stealing a widow’s chickens through her chimney or filling their teacher’s pipe with gunpowder, Max and Moritz bring chaos and comedy wherever they go. format: Flapped Paperback price: £6.99 isbn: 9781782692539 publication: September 2019

dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 64pp territory: World English reading age: 7+ years

dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 288pp territory: UK & Comm. ex Can reading age: 9+ years

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Translated by: Mark Ledsom

THE LITTLE MERMAID HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN

‘Denmark’s greatest writer’ Independent Six young sisters live in the depths of the ocean, longing for the chance to see the beauty of the earth. Most eager of all is the youngest mermaid, who counts the days to her fifteenth birthday when her grandmother will allow her to rise to the surface.

gerald killingworth studied English at Cambridge and for much of his writing career he was an English teacher. He has produced fantasy novels for adults and children and enjoys English folk culture, singing and morris dancing. format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692362 publication: October 2019

Features original illustrations by the author.

format: Flapped Paperback price: £6.99 isbn: 9781782692492 publication: October 2019

dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 64pp territory: World English reading age: 7+ years

Above the water she falls in love with a prince, and so begins her determined quest to join him on earth as a human. In a new translation by the acclaimed Misha Hoekstra, this is a gorgeously illustrated edition of one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved fairytales.

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THE GLASS OF LEAD AND GOLD

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MY SWEET ORANGE TREE

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JOSÉ MAURO DE VASCONCELOS

CORNELIA FUNKE A worldwide children’s classic and a life-affirming childhood story

A magical winter’s tale set in Mirrorworld London­ In the snow-covered city of Londra, young Tabetha survives by finding treasures in the mudbanks of the river Themse. On Christmas Eve, a sinister stranger asks her to keep her eyes open for a priceless, long-lost magical object: the Glass of Lead and Gold.

Meet Zezé – Brazil’s naughtiest and most lovable boy, his talent for mischief matched only by his great kindness. When he grows up he wants to be a ‘poet with a bow-tie’, but for now he entertains himself playing pranks on the residents of his family’s poor Rio de Janeiro neighbourhood and inventing friends to play with. That is, until he meets a real friend, and his life begins to change...

As word of the Glass spreads across the city, Tabetha finds hersef with some unlikely companions, not least a onearmed girl with a rather impressive soup chef. But will Tabetha discover that there are even greater fortunes to be found than the magical Glass?

‘There’s something of Philip Pullman and J.K. Rowling here, and it’s evocatively illustrated by the author’ Spectator

cornelia funke is the highly acclaimed, award-winning and bestselling author of the Inkheart trilogy, Dragon Rider, The Thief Lord and the Reckless series, which is published by Pushkin. Born in 1958 in the German town of Dorsten, she worked as a social worker for a few years before turning first to illustration and then to writing. Her books have now sold more than 20 million copies worldwide, and have been translated into 37 languages.

format: Paperback price: £6.99 isbn: 9781782692096 publication: October 2019

My Sweet Orange Tree is a worldwide classic of children’s literature – never out of print in Brazil since it was first published in 1968, it has also been translated into an astonishing number of languages and won the hearts of millions of young readers from Korea to Turkey, Poland to Thailand and in many other countries too.

‘Tender, joyful... It will suit thoughtful readers of 10-plus down to the ground’ Guardian

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josé mauro de vasconcelos (1920– 84) was a Brazilian writer who worked as a sparring partner for boxers, as a labourer on a banana farm, and a fisherman before he started writing at the age of 22. He is most famous for his autobiographical novel, My Sweet Orange Tree.

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692454 publication: August 2019

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GLASS TOWN WARS

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CELIA REES

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A new novel by the bestselling author of Witch Child

WINTER IN WARTIME

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JAN TERLOUW An award-winning children’s classic about the terrible cost of war

Tom and Augusta are from different places and different times, but they meet in a virtual world to combine forces in battle, to save a kingdom, escape a web of deceit and to find love. In a place where fictions can be truths and truths fictions, learning who to trust is about more than friendship, it is about survival.

As the Second World War approaches its end, the Netherlands are still under Nazi control and any acts of resistance are punishable by death. But when sixteen-year-old Michiel is asked to take care of a wounded British Spitfire pilot he doesn’t think twice. He joins the secret struggle against the Nazis, risking his life to end the occupation and protect those in danger from it.

Glass Town Wars, inspired by the early writings of the Brontës, is a captivating, magical novel by the renowned Celia Rees.

Winter in Wartime is a thrilling, powerful and humane adventure story, based on the author’s own experiences as a child in Nazi-occupied Holland.

celia rees lives and works in Warwickshire where she writes her wonderful books for teen readers. Her bestselling novel Witch Child is 20 years old this year and has been translated into more than 30 languages. Celia is married and has one daughter. ‘A beautifully crafted, multilayered story with a gripping adventure at its heart. Wonderful’ Melvin Burgess

‘It’s a book we should all read, to remind us never to take our freedom and peace and plenty for granted’ Michael Morpurgo

jan terlouw was born in the Netherlands in 1931. He worked as a nuclear physicist in countries across the world before entering politics. Alongside his political career, he has written many successful children’s books. Winter in Wartime won the Golden Pen Prize for the best Dutch children’s book in 1973 and has since been adapted for film and stage. Translated by: Laura Watkinson

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782691631 publication: August 2019

dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 320pp territory: World reading age: 12+ years

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format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782691839 publication: November 2019

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dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 224pp territory: World English reading age: 10+ years


THROUGH THE WATER CURTAIN AND OTHER TALES FROM AROUND THE WORLD

THE TUNNELS BELOW

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NADINE WILD-PALMER

EDITED BY CORNELIA FUNKE A delightful, diverse selection of fairy tales from around the world

A brilliantly imaginative adventure story in an underground world On her twelfth birthday, the last thing Cecilia expected was to find herself lost in a labyrinth of tunnels beneath London. Afraid, alone, but determined, she sets to work on her escape, and she soon realises that perhaps there is a reason she and the mysterious marble her sister gave her have ended up so far from home.

International bestselling children’s author Cornelia Funke has always been fascinated by fairy tales; they have often crept into her own storytelling. In this enchanting anthology, Funke presents lesser-known stories that challenge the traditional ‘happily-ever-after’ alongside more familiar tales.

For deep in the darkness roam the terrible Corvus, tyrants of the magical world below. Cecilia’s struggle to return to her family becomes a mission of great danger and adventure – without a brave heart, she could be trapped in the darkness forever.

From her native Germany to snowy Siberia, from Japan to Vietnam, this collection includes wondrous tales from around the world: ‘The Girl Who Gave a Knight a Kiss out of Necessity’, ‘The Frog Princess’, ‘The Boy Who Drew Cats’ and many more besides to delight readers of all ages.

‘A breath of fairytale fresh air... a welcome change from the exhausted classics’ The Times

nadine wild-palmer lives in South London. Her day job means she can be heard on Channel 4 as the voiceover artist announcing the programme schedules. Nadine is also a singersongwriter and a poet and has worked as a children’s librarian.

cornelia funke is the highly acclaimed, award-winning and bestselling author of the Inkheart trilogy, Dragon Rider, The Thief Lord and the Reckless series, which is published by Pushkin. Born in 1958 in the German town of Dorsten, she worked as a social worker for a few years before turning first to illustration and then to writing. Her books have now sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.

format: Paperback price: £9.99 isbn: 9781782692034 publication: November 2019

dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 224pp territory: World English reading age: 9+ years

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format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692232 publication: April 2019

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dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 256pp territory: World reading age: 10+ years


LENNY’S BOOK OF EVERYTHING

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MARESI RED MANTLE MARIA TURTSCHANINOFF

KAREN FOXLEE A moving novel about growing up with a brother who has gigantism

A thrilling conclusion to the feminist fantasy Red Abbey Chronicles For Maresi, like so many other girls, the Red Abbey was a haven of safety in a world ruled by brutal men. But now she is a young woman, and it is time for her to return to her childhood home to share all that she has learnt from her sisters.

Lenny Spink is the sister of a giant. Her little brother, Davey, won’t stop growing – and at seven is as tall as a man. When they receive their monthly instalment of Burrell’s Build-It-at-Home Encyclopedia set, fun and excitement burst into Lenny and Davey’s lives. The amazing, mysterious entries in the book’s pages give them a way to dream of escape: Lenny vows to become a beetle expert, while Davey decides he will run away to Canada and build a log cabin.

But when Maresi returns to her village, she realises all is not well – the people are struggling under the rule of the oppressive Earl and cannot see the value of her teachings. Maresi finds she must use all the terrible force of the Crone’s magic to protect her people, but can she find the strength to do so when her heart is weakening with love for the first time?

But as Davey’s disease progresses, the siblings’ richly imagined world becomes harder to cling to in this deeply moving and original novel about grief, family and wonder.

‘Holy Batman, this is a gorgeous, heartbreaking, and heartwarming book’ R.J. Palacio, author of Wonder

karen foxlee was born in Mount Isa, Australia. She trained and worked as a nurse before studying for a degree in creative writing at the University of the Sunshine Coast. She is the author of five books.

‘Turtschaninoff weaves a hypnotic spell... at once contemporary and timeless’ Guardian

maria turtschaninoff has been writing fairy tales since she was five. She is the author of six novels about magical worlds and has won many prizes, including the Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland Award and the Society of Swedish Literature Prize. She was also nominated for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award and the CILIP Carnegie Medal. Translated by: Annie Prime

format: B-format Paperback price: £7.99 isbn: 9781782692386 publication: January 2019



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format: B-format Paperback price: £8.99 isbn: 9781782690955 publication: June 2019

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dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 448pp territory: UK & Comm. ex Can reading age: 12+ years


PUSHKIN CHILDREN’S HIGHLIGHTS

PUSHKIN CHILDREN’S HIGHLIGHTS

title: The Murderer’s Ape author: Jakob Wegelius price: £7.99 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: Boy 87 author: Ele Fountain price: £6.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 224pp isbn: 9781782691976

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

title: Gribblebob’s Book of Unpleasant Goblins author: David Ashby price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 224pp isbn: 9781782692348

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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title: The Letter for the King author: Tonke Dragt price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 512pp isbn: 9781782690269

title: The Secrets of the Wild Wood author: Tonke Dragt price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 198 x 129mm extent: 512pp isbn: 9781782690634

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

title: The Story of the Blue Planet author: Andri Snær Magnason illustrator: Áslaug Jónsdóttir price: £8.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 200 x 138mm extent: 144pp isbn: 9781782690658

title: The Story of Gulliver author: Jonathan Coe illustrator: Sara Oddi price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 96pp isbn: 9781782692072

title: The Story of Captain Nemo author: Dave Eggers illustrator: Fabian Negrin price: £7.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 104pp isbn: 9781782692089

title: The Parent Trap author: Erich Kästner price: £8.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 144pp isbn: 9781782690559

title: From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler author: E.L. Konigsburg price: £8.99 format: Paperback dimensions: 200 x 148mm extent: 160pp isbn: 9781782690719

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Pushkin Children's Books - July - December 2019 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 Books - July - December 2019 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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