Tiger Warrior: Clash of the Dragon Masters

(Orchard Books/Hachette U.K.)


It's time fo the ultimate battle! The Dragon King has stolen the coin that gives Jack his magical powers of the zodiac animals. Is the Tiger Warrior finished? Or is it time to fight dragon with dragon? 

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The Super Sunny Murder Club

(Farshore/Harper Collins)


Grab your sunnies and your magnifying glass, and join the Murder Club for more sensational short stories as they lead you on a journey of foul play and murderously magnificent mysteries! This is the perfect holiday entertainment and collection to pack in every young reader's holiday bag!

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Tiger Warrior: Fight for the Cursed Unicorn

(Orchard Books/Hachette U.K.)




Jack has always wanted to meet a unicorn, and with its black coat, golden hooves and truth-telling powers, the magical xiezhi is the most amazing unicorn ever! But when the xiezhi accuses the Jade Emperor of a crime, Jack doesn't know what - or who - to believe. Can Jack harness rat's power over the weather and find out the truth? One thing's for certain, a storm is coming...


Tiger Warrior: Battle for the Jade Rabbit 

(Orchard Books/Hachette U.K.)




Jack returns to the Jade Kingdom, where the Moon Festival is in full swing. As the moon reaches its full height, the moon goddess appears with the Jade Rabbit for a special night-time ceremony. But before the ceremony is complete, someone or something, kidnaps the Jade Rabbit. 


Our Rights! Stories and Poems About Children's Rights

Edited by Jake Hope (Otter-Barry Books Ltd)


Stories and poems from a galaxy of authors and poets, highlighting a range of children’s rights from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Jake Hope, a leading authority on contemporary children’s literature, has chosen stories from Cathy Cassidy, Maisie Chan, Joseph Coelho, AM Dassu, Anne Fine, Paul Jennings, Chitra Soundar and Elizabeth Laird; and poems from Valerie Bloom, Sita Brahmachari, Dom Conlon, Nicola Davies, Jamila Gavin, Maurice Gleitzman, CG Moore, Jackie Morris, Beverley Naidoo, RR O’Neill, Rashmi Sirdeshpande, Jordan Stephens and Benjamin Zephaniah.

The illustrators are Ruthine Burton, Chih-An Chen and Habiba Nabisubi, who have just graduated from the Pop-Up Pathways project, a national initiative sponsored by the Arts Council, that develops emerging illustrators from under-represented groups.


Keep Dancing, Lizzie Chu (U.S. hardback)

(Amulet Books/Abrams Kids)

Cover art by Natelle Quek




“Chan infuses this warm and spirited road trip with references to Lizzie’s cultural background (with light but pointed doses of ethnic bullying and fat shaming thrown in), plus an inclusive supporting cast . . . the suspenseful whirl of misadventures leads to a thoroughly dazzling climax on the dance floor . . . this warm family story will still resonate this side of the pond.”


Bedtime Stories: Amazing Asian Tales From the Past 


Written and illustrated by creators with heritage from across the continent of AsiaBedtime Stories showcases a curated collection of tales from Asian history, based on important figures and events. Each story is the ideal length to read at bedtime as well as any moment when young readers are looking for an inspirational read!

  • Features one young reader's winning entry from the First News and Scholastic competition 
  • An empowering and celebratory gift
  • Perfect for any child wanting to learn more about history's untold stories.

Written by: Sufiya Ahmed, Maisie Chan, Shae Davies, Saima Mir, Bali Rai, Annabelle Sami, Rebeka Shaid, Cynthia So and Rekha Waheed.



(Rising Stars - Reading Scheme) 

Winnie, her mum and her brother Marcus have flown to Australia for the holiday of a lifetime! But in an instant the blue skies and fresh air that they came for, are swallowed up by a terrifying wildfire. Winnie knows they must keep calm and work together if they are to make it out alive ... Firestorm! is part of the Astro range from Rising Stars Reading Planet. Astro books are ideal for struggling and reluctant readers aged 7-11. Each book is dual-banded so that children can improve their fluency whilst enjoying exciting fiction and non-fiction relevant to their age. Reading Planet books have been carefully levelled to support children in becoming fluent and confident readers. Each book features useful notes and questions to support reading at home and develop comprehension skills. Interest age: 10-11 Reading age: 7-8 years



Keep Dancing, Lizzie Chu

(Piccadilly Press/Bonnier UK - PAPERBACK) (9-12 +)


Lizzie Chu lives in Glasgow with her grandad and he's been acting a little strange lately. He's becoming forgetful and spends a lot of time talking to his statue of Guan Yin - the Chinese goddess of compassion, kindness and mercy. Lizzie is worried. She comes up with a madcap plan to take him on the trip of a lifetime, to Blackpool, where he wanted to dance with his wife again. The only problem is, just on earth is she going to get him there? With a little help from her friends, Chi and Tyler, some ingenious costumes and an older brother with a beat-up Mini Lizzie might just make it; and maybe she will be able to help Wai Gong get better after all? 



Tiger Warrior: Rise of the Lion Beast

(Orchard Books/Hachette) (Chapter Book 6+)




Its Chinese New Year and the Nian Lion Beast is terrorising the Jade Kingdom - and our world is next. Can Jack learn stop the beast with the help of his zodiac friends?


The Very Merry Murder Club (Anthology)

Edited by Serena Patel and Robin Stevens



My story It Takes A Thief To Catch A Thief  is a fun-filled chase to find a master criminal on Christmas Eve. Can Alma and Nanny So Kim have the peaceful Christmas they were hoping for?




A wintery middle grade mystery collection of short stories by thirteen of the most exciting and

diverse authors in children’s books today! Co-edited by Serena Patel, the award-winning author of the Anisha: Accidental Detective series and by Robin Stevens, author of the bestselling Murder Most Unladylike series.

Sleuthing through the snow, on a merry mysterious day, in disguise we go, investigating all the way . . . 

Tiger Warrior: War of the Fox Demons

(Orchard Books/Hachette) (Chapter Book 6+)




The Jade Kingdom has been taken over by evil fox spirits, and the Jade Emperor has lost his life force! Can Jack figure out how to use the power of the dog zodiac before it's too late?

Danny Chung Sums It Up (U.S hardback)

(Amulet Books/Abrams Kids) 

Illustrated by Natelle Quek


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Filled with heart and humor, Danny Chung Sums It Up shows that traversing two cultures is possible and worth the effort, even if it’s not always easy.

TIGER WARRIOR: Attack of the Dragon King

(Orchard Books/Hachette) (Chapter Book 6+)

Cover art and internal art: Alan Brown




When Jack's grandpa passes down a magical jade coin, Jack finds out he is the new Tiger Warrior, and it's up to him to save the world. Luckily, Jack has the spirits of the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac to help him. With a brilliant cast of magical animal zodiac creatures, deadly demons and spine-tingling spirits, this series is for fans of Beast Quest.

Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths

(Piccadilly Press/Bonnier U.K.) (8-12+)

Illustrated by Anh Cao (pronounced 'Gao')




Eleven-year-old Danny Chung loves drawing more than anything - certainly more than maths, which according to his dad and every else, is what he is 'supposed' to be good at. He also loves having his own room where he can draw in peace, His life is turned upside down when a surprise that he's been promised turn out to be his little, wrinkly, ex-math champion grandmother from China. What's worse, Nai Nai has to share his room, AND she takes the top bunk! Before long though it becomes clear to Danny that there is more to Nai Nai than meets the eye, and that they have more in common than he thought possible. 


Zayn Levels Up  Big Cat (Collins) (Reading scheme for schools)

Illustrated by Francesca Ficorilli



Zayn is playing on his games console when there is a power cut. He'd been trying to reach Level 50 for weeks! After trying and failing to switch his console back on, he is shocked to discover that the level 50 gatekeeper, a fearsome bear, has appeared in his bedroom.  

The Forgotten Garden  Big Cat (Collins) (Reading scheme for schools) 

Illustrated by Miriam Serafin




When Rowan is asked to feed his neighbour's cat when she is away, he sees her overgrown garden needs some love. He calls on his school gardening club for help, much to Mrs Lees delight.



Amy Wants a Pet    Reading Planet: Green - Galaxy (Reading scheme for schools)

Rising Stars (Hachette)

Illustrated by Wendy Wan Shiau Wei


Do you know someone who has always wanted a pet? It's Amy's only wish. She and her family are in for a big surprise when she finds a mysterious egg one day.   



Stories From Around the World  (Scholastic Classics)


A complete collection of tales, myths and legends from around the world. Featuring Aladdin, Mulan, Sinbad the Sailor and many more.




"I really like the parts where you write about Ant Gran. I like the parts about lychees as well as that's familiar to me." Jasmine, aged 9