Albi The Glowing Cow Boy

On a quiet farm in a frosty England, under the glowing light of a magical milk moon, a boy calf is born. His name is Albi, and he has no idea how extraordinary he is going to be. Several miles away lives a human boy called Rufus. Rufus is extraordinary in his own way, but he has no friends and no one to love him. Rufus seeks the family he never had, and he’ll go to any lengths to find it. Albi and Rufus must each embark on a journey that will take them across continents, showing them things they never believed could be true. But why are they so deeply connected? And will each extraordinary ‘boy’ find what they’re searching for? An epic, one-of-a-kind story to encourage empathy and open questioning minds. Cover illustration by Levi Pinfold with interior illustrations by Angela Cogo.

‘Prepare to have your heart stolen, your imagination fired, and your mind blown by the adorable Albi, a small cow with a big message!’ Ben Miller

‘I love kind, clever Albi, who’s come to help save the world. His amazing, magical story will open kids’ eyes to the possibility of a greener, happier future.’ Mary McCartney

The Girl With No Nose

Life is tough in Victorian times, especially when you’re different. Alice Peasbody was born with no nose. People laugh and jeer and call her Pancake Face. Even when she is given a prosthetic nose and moves to the big city and take an office job, she cowers in dark corners, but the arrival of good-natured, loving friends help her accept herself.

The Girl With No Nose was inspired by a false nose Georgia Byng saw at the Hunterian Museum in London. It was once owned by a Victorian woman without a nose.

Hunterian Museum exhibit Georgia Byng Girl With No Nose

The Sock Monsters

One night Tiger, a witch’s daughter, hears a scrabbling noise in her room and discovers the Sock Monsters. They are frantic with distress because one of them has eaten a jersey and is very ill. Tiger takes care of them and feeds them old socks. When they scare a burglar off, Tiger’s mother agrees to let them stay, and agrees to let Tiger have her own wand.

Jack’s Tree

“Have you heard about the tree in Evergreen Park? They’re going to chop it down tomorrow!”
Jack is determined to save his favourite climbing tree. But how can one boy stand up to the might of the local council and men with chainsaws?

The Ramsbottom Rumble

A funny story about two cunning boys who outwit a wily conman who is chasing their bonkers granny.

Pancake Face

Alice Peasbody has no nose. People point and stare. Only the birds in the garden are Alice’s friends. She tries to hide away but it’s hard to hide a pancake face for ever…