‘They tried so hard to make life normal and instead they made it exceptional.’ Eve Williams has led an exceptional life, falling into a diabetic coma and the age of 4, becoming a carer when her father was hit by a drunk driver when she was 7, developing rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 14 […]
Here’s a book of comic strips. The title, “Contrived Setups To Niche Pop-Culture References” isn’t a lie. To get some of these, you’ll need to know Sam Cooke lyrics, sitcom catchphrases, late 80’s gameshows, minor characters from Harry Potter, lesser Gerry Anderson puppet shows and the names of Colombian drug gangs. And then you’ll need […]
Why did the chicken cross the galaxy? Well, he’s always dreamed of seeing the stars, ever since he’d joined the circus, things just went from bad to worse after they overdid the gunpowder and blasted him beyond all hope of returning. As far as misfortunes go, Sammy and the friends he picks up along the […]
Whichever way you look at it, landing up in the belly of a fish is a sad end for a prophet to come to. In fact, it wasn’t the end for Jonah – just another chapter in a troubled life. This little book will take you to the heart of Jonah’s experiences. Through the startling skills […]
Mr Minotaur thinks that he’s totally EPIC! But really, he’s the least popular teacher in the school. He’s scruffy, beardy and boring, and his classroom is so messy that the children actually want to tidy it up. He’s also a nosy parker. One night, on his way home from a parents’ evening his nosiness leads […]
This little book was written in the last week of September 2013. On October 1st a plea went out for illustrators to help bring it to life. Within 12 hours two illustrators were found. Between them they worked tirelessly, in different parts of the country, to bring their artwork together. Another illustrator then offered her services for free as well […]
Of Snails And Stars is a book of poetry by the late Neil Barks.