• Little Book,  Picture books

    The Broccolis

    J. C. Allan Meet the Broccolis – your vegetable super hero family. This is their first adventure together! Next time, you will be able to continue the adventure at Barney’s Birthday. Keep an eye out for book two where their…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    If Only They Could Talk

    Ian Walker Miles Goodyear’s whole life has been planned out for him. Born into a wealthy brewing family in Chesterfield between the wars, he knows he will go to the local grammar school, followed by St John’s College, Oxford. After…

  • Little Book,  Picture books

    Dad You've Trumped!

    Andrew Rogerson This is the story of how a dad tries to explain away his moments of flatulent indiscretion to his daughter Poppy who is five. These are real moments. They are real excuses! A book that is absolutely full…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Walk a Narrow Line

    Rod Graham Driven on unrelentlessly not to be beaten down by failure, this is one man’s extraordinary true-life story, which highlights the ever-present need to find your way in the world. Across the diverse life adventures over a seventy-year period,…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Change Leadership

    Bill Mann 80% of change projects fail. It’s a staggering amount. The most common reason is a reluctance to change by the people involved. It’s not surprising really: people make up a business and it’s those same people who must…

  • Little Book,  Picture books

    Brilliant Baxter at the Funfair

    Carol Cordrey An exciting visit to the Funfair for Eliza, her grandmother, Grinny, and their much loved Labrador, Brilliant Baxter. This story’s easy rhyme and vibrant illustrations are certain to delight both children and adults. Brilliant Baxter at the Funfair…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Music as Medicine

    Daphne Bryan PhD Music can play an important part in our lives yet how many of us appreciate the effect it has on our brains, bodies and moods, or understand how we can use music as a medicine? Music has…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Charles Dickens: My Life

    Derwin Hope When Charles Dickens died prematurely on the 9th June 1870 aged only 58, he left behind a legacy unsurpassed in English fictional literature. But he also wanted to write his true life story and this remained undone. 150…