What's new at the The Edinburgh Bookshop?

Elle McNicoll
A Kind of Spark

11-year-old Addie knows there's more to the story of the witch trials - just like there’s more to her. Can she challenge how other people see her, and her autism?

A story about friendship, courage and self-belief for fans of The Goldfish Boy.

Morag Hood
Spaghetti Hunters

This wonderfully silly picture book features a duck, a tiny horse and a quest for spaghetti… But what exactly do you bring to a Spaghetti Hunt?


A great way of teaching children about where food really comes from.

James Meek
To Calais, In Ordinary Time

England, 1348. A gentlewoman, a proctor and a young ploughman all come together on the road to Calais... with the Black Death coming from the other direction.

Kirstin Innes
Scabby Queen

By killing herself in her friend's spare bedroom, Clio Campbell becomes a posthumous heroine for politically chaotic times
and a woman who refuses
to compromise.

Patrick Barkham
Wild Child

This ecological inspiration explores the relationship between children and nature, unfolding a year of snowsuits, muddy wellies and sunhats.


A celebration of the delight we can all find in patches of green – however modest.

Richard Holloway
Stories We Tell Ourselves

What does it all mean: our place in a small corner of a galaxy, after billions of years of existence?

Embark on a scientific and philosophical journey to examine the stories we tell to get through this muddling experience of life.

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