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Big Picture Press
Big Picture Press is a new list of highly illustrated books just launched as an imprint of Templar in the UK and Australia. Big Picture Press books are objects to be pored over and then returned to, again and again . . . created by and made for the incurably curious.

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 Pictura latest news . . .

Pictura launches stunning new range!

Pictura, a Templar imprint launched on 1st October, is a stunning range of black-and-white artworks to collect and colour, for ages 9 to 90. Each Pictura concertina can be pored over, put on the mantelpiece or carried around in your bag. Unfold a Pictura and you'll find a piece of art just waiting for you to make it your own. Colour it in a little. Colour it in a lot. There are no rules. It is yours for the making.

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Deep Amber new in fiction . . .

Deep Amber

Two worlds collide when strange objects are discovered in medieval Roland Castle and in the modern day home of siblings Catrin and Simon. Could mysterious substance deep amber be at the centre of this rift between worlds? Catrin and Simon must mend the rift and prevent the deep amber from falling into the wrong hands. more . . . 

   
Harry Hammer Harry Hammer Books 5 and 6

The latest two books in this hilarious series based on the character of Harry Hammer, a young hammerhead shark making a big splash on Shark Point. In Shark Camp it's the Underwater Olympics and Harry has a new hero: Turbo Tex, a gold-medal-winning tiger shark. How will Harry make his sporting dreams come true? In Shark Party the first prize in the dance competition is a Fintendo DS! But Harry hasn't counted on the efforts of number one enemy Rick Reef. Can Harry beat the competition and win the award? more . . . 

   
Daughters of Time Daughters of Time

Look through fresh eyes at the stories of some of history's most remarkable women, in this inspiring collection of short stories by the finest female authors writing historical fiction for children today: The History Girls. Subjects include: Queen Boudicca, Aethelfled, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Julian of Norwich, Lady Jane Grey . . . more . . . 

 

   
Giant Vehicles new in novelty books . . .

Stephen Biesty's Giant Vehicles

Lift over 40 flaps to see inside some of the world's most enormous vehicles, from the double-decker Airbus to the biggest submarine on Earth. more . . . 

 

   
Mechanical Marvels Record Breakers: Mechanical Marvels

Mechanical Marvels is the second title in the Record Breakers series and combines amazing facts with funky design, attractive artwork and flaps to lift throughout. It's filled to the brim with the world's most impressive machines - from dishwashers to diving watches to trains and toilets - and features four large pop-ups. more . . . 

   
The Big Bunny Surprise Two New Pop-Up Books

In The Big Bunny Surprise, Bunny wakes up the farm before Cockerel gets the chance, ruins Lamb's game of hide-and-seek and even fills Pig's lovely mucky mud bath with horrid soapy bubbles! Welcome to Spring, Baby Bear finds Baby Bear discovering the wonderful sunshine, newborn animal friends and tasty food that spring brings - especially the delicious honey the bears love to eat! more . . . 

   
Pinocchio new in classics . . .

The Adventures of Pinocchio

Award-winning artist Robert Ingpen illustrates the famous tale of how the old woodcarver Geppetto made a puppet boy from an unusual piece of wood, who could talk, dance and turn somersaults, has been a much-loved story since it was first written more than 130 years ago. Pinocchio ignores the advice of his kindly father and sets off into the world for some extraordinary adventures! more . . . 

   
Paul Thurlby's Alphabet Poster Book new in picture books . . .

Paul Thurlby's Alphabet Poster Book

All 26 letters are featured in this book of removable posters, from an awesome 'A' to a zippy 'Z'. The iconic artwork from Alphabet has won legions of fans of all ages, and won Paul Thurby the Opera Prima category in the BolognaRagazzi Award 2013. more . . . 

 

   
Infographics: Human Body Infographics: Human Body

Complex facts about the human body are reinterpreted as stylish infographics, which astonish, amuse and inform by turn. Researched by the Guardian's Datablog expert and designed by the father of infographics, Peter Grundy, this is a book of the highest pedigree. more . . . 

   
The Odd One Out The Odd One Out

Which bird has caught the worm? Where is the poorly monkey? And can you spot the shy little shrimp? Each spread matches an amusing riddle with a complex patterned artwork, within which the answer lies. Never has a search-and-find game been so pleasing to the eye! more . . . 

 

   
The World of Mamoko in the Year 3000 The World of Mamoko in the Year 3000

It's the year 3000 in Mamoko, but what does the future hold? This is the second book in the revolutionary Mamoko series, in which the reader becomes the storyteller, telling aloud their discoveries as they "use their eyes" to uncover the cosmos of characters packed into every page! more . . . 

   
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