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A very late story

A Very Late Story

£12.99

This cleverly self-aware, interactive picture book, loosely based on Waiting For Godot, introduces a charming cast of characters illustrated in Marianna Coppo’s quirky and delicate style. Young readers will learn that instead of waiting around for stories to happen, they should go out into the world and create their own!

Caro

Anthony Caro

£45.00

This beautifully designed book includes a comprehensive survey of Caro’s work over a period of more than half a century.

Bandoola

Bandoola: The Great Elephant Rescue

£15.99

In this moving tale based on a true story, award-winning William Grill’s stunning illustrations show the majesty of Myanmar’s forests and mountains, the backdrop to a heart-warming tale about empathy between humans and animals, and the strength that can arise from working together when the world is full of danger.

 

 

Before and After

Before and After

£9.95

Striking the perfect balance of predictability and unexpectedness, this book will leave readers in wonder as they flip back and forth.

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Bowl

Bowl

£5.00

This volume documents the work of Rupert Spira, a leading ceramic artist in the middle of his career, tracing its development from his training under Henry Hammond and Michael Cardew, two of the great studio potters of the twentieth century, to a recent exhibition tour of Japan.

Concrete Concept

Concrete Concept

£16.99

This compelling and in-depth study looks at some of the most inspiring and iconic brutalist buildings, in a quest to find the soul of one of modern architecture’s most misunderstood movements.

Creature

Creature

£12.99

Open your eyes to beauty and wonder in galaxy-sized proportions with this magical, mystical picture book. Written in rhythmic prose with lively and bright illustrations, this calming and beautiful combination of the comfort of cats and the magic of space is the perfect bedtime read.

Elements of Architecture

Elements of Architecture

£100.00

Elements of Architecture collates essays from Rem Koolhaas into a 2,600 page publication featuring custom binding and additional imagery.

Grow

Grow: A Children’s Guide to Plants and How to Grow Them

£16.99

Meet their surprising relatives (the tasty tomato is a cousin of deadly nightshade!) and unearth their interesting stories (lettuce was the first plant to be grown in space!). Then follow step-by-step instructions to grow and care for each one, whether you have a big backyard garden or a sunny windowsill.

Jumble Wood

Jumble Wood

£11.99

Far, far away there was a wood. A jumble of twists and turns, ups and downs, and unknowns. The little creatures that lived there each had a thing that made them happy… all of them except Pod, who just can’t seem to find hers. Exasperated and sad, Pod sets off to discover where her ‘happiness’ might be hiding, only to find it in the friends she meets along the way.

 

Lili Reynaud-Dewar

Lili Reynaud-Dewar

£35.00

French artist Lili Reynaud-Dewar creates environments and situations in which she uses her own body to examine the dual experience of vulnerability and empowerment that results from acts of exposing oneself to the world. Evolving through a range of media such as performance, video, installation, sound, and literature, her work considers the fluid border between public and private space, challenging conventions related to the body, sexuality, power relations, and institutional spaces. This is the first book to document her remarkable career.

Little People Big Dreams: Alan Turing

Little People Big Dreams: Alan Turing

£9.99

This moving book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the brilliant mathematician’s life.

Little People Big Dreams: Corazon Aquino

Little People Big Dreams: Corazon Aquino

The easy to understand and accessible text brings little Cory’s story to life, from her earliest years to her passionate fight through repression and personal loss to bring democracy to the Philippines.