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Press Releases from Grosvenor House Publishing (6 total)

“What Else Am I Feeling? Defining More Emotions” by Katie Flanagan is publis …

ISBN #978-1786236951 “What Else Am I Feeling? Defining More Emotions” by Katie Flanagan is published by Grosvenor House Publishing Third book in an award-winning series helping children to express their emotions About the Book: From the international award-winning author Katie Flanagan, ‘What else am I feeling?’ is the sequel to ‘What am I feeling?’ ‘What else am I feeling?’ helps to introduce and extend further the vocabulary linked to the emotions children are likely to

When Do Monsters Come?

Witty, Empowering Book Keeps Kids (Happily) Compliant Written from the masterful imagination of Roochi Sahi, ‘When Do Monsters Come?’ takes young readers into the lives of siblings Bella and Ethan, whose resistance to everyday occurrences summons a series of quirky monsters. But Mum has a secret to make them go away, shared with readers through rhyming, thought-provoking stories. This is a relatable book unlike anything else on the

"Christ's Hospital: Tradition with Vision" by David Taplin & Lizzie Ballagher is …

ISBN #978-1839750168 "Christ's Hospital: Tradition with Vision" by David Taplin & Lizzie Ballagher is published About the Book: Christ's Hospital: Tradition with Vision celebrates nearly five centuries of a unique independent school founded in 1552 to educate and support disadvantaged children. Through an interwoven collection of poetry and essays, contributors focus on the positive impact, ethos, tradition and vision that Christ's Hospital represents. Reviewing history and anticipating the school's quincentenary in 2052,

"Young, Homeless and Forgotten" by Barry Stillerman is published by Grosvenor Ho …

ISBN #978-1839750052 "Young, Homeless and Forgotten" by Barry Stillerman is published by Grosvenor House Publishing About the Book: The current homeless crisis in the UK has become a major concern across a broad spectrum of society. In particular, homelessness is a tragedy for vulnerable young people, many of whom do not want a hand-out but rather an opportunity to lead a normal life. The issues raised in the book are supported by

"Ahimsa: A personal journey, via an animal sanctuary in India, to veganism" by C …

ISBN #978-1786236234 "Ahimsa: A personal journey, via an animal sanctuary in India, to veganism" by Caroline Earle is published About the Book: Backpackers might head off without a care in the world, but for Caroline and her husband David, taking a gap half-year in Asia in their mid-50s, they found themselves questioning everything. All roads seemed to lead to compassion and respect for all living things, which is the meaning of the

“Visions” by Jackie Follett is published

ISBN #978-1786235459 “Visions” by Jackie Follett is published An eclectic and entertaining collection of short stories About the Book: Find out how a red rose reveals the secret in a grandmother’s past. Does a reunion bring back happy memories, or disappointment? Read about a day that starts well and ends in disaster, or a date that turns into a nightmare. Why feeling lucky does not always turn out well, and being a new ghost is

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