Whether your small person is just starting out on their reading journey or they are racing through complex novels, if they're a budding botanist, a super stargazer or just a fan of a good story, there's a new book out there for them. We've rounded up some of the best recent releases.
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Up, Down & Other Opposites with Elsworth Kelly
(Phaidon, RRP £7.95)
Gorgeous board book exploring opposites through the paintings of American artist Elsworth Kelly. Makes a nice change from big elephant, little mouse.
Little Concepts: ABC Shapes by Ingela P Arrhenius
(Walter Foster Jr, RRP £8.99)
Vibrant colourful alphabet of shapes, including the familiar and more unusual, such as helix, lemniscate and quatrefoil.
Cannonball Coralie and the Lion by Grace Easton
(Lincoln, RRP £11.99)
Kitty and I have really been enjoying this tale of a young girl who, with the help of her quirky friends, discovers that it's good to be different.
Gloria's Voice by Aura Lewis
(Sterling Children's Books, RRP £14.99)
I don't need to tell you that I absolutely love this look at the life of feminist activist Gloria Steinem. The watercolour illustrations are gorgeous as well.
People of Peace by Sandrine Mirza
(Wide Eyed Editions, RRP £9.99)
Children can learn about famous pacifists such as Gandhi, Sophie Scholl, Victor Hugo and Malala Yousafzai in this inspiring gift book.
The Buildings That Made London by David Long and Josie Shenoy (Bloomsbury, RRP £14.99)
Uncover facts and secrets about the capital's most iconic structures, from Admiralty Arch to Westminster Abbey, via Big Ben and the V&A.
Plantopedia: A Celebration of Nature's Greatest Show-Offs by Adrienne Barman
(Wide Eyed Editions, RRP £14.99)
Fans of Creaturepedia will love this colourful delve into the lives of the world's most exotic, unusual plants.
The Chosen Ones by Scarlett Thomas
(Canongate, RRP £12.99)
The second in the superb World Quake series finds heroine Effie and friends hunting down a mysterious book and trying to evade a predicted death.