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News: New Stitch Head Graphic Novel and feature film release

Little Tiger is working with the author and illustrator duo behind its bestselling STITCH HEAD series on at least two graphic novels featuring the much-loved hero. Guy Bass and Pete Williamson are bringing their unforgettable creation back to almost-life in glorious full-colour. World all language rights in Bass’s adaptation of the text were bought from Isobel Gahan at Curtis Brown by Associate Publisher Jane Harris. Art Director Charlie Moyler acquired World Rights in Williamson’s art from Alice Williams at Alice Williams Literary. The deal covers two volumes, adapting the first two novels in the original series.

The original STITCH HEAD novel was first published in 2011. Over 260,000 copies have been sold across the six books in the series in the UK alone. The books have been published in 16 languages and Little Tiger is relaunching the original novels in North America through their US-based Tiger Tales imprint, with the first two books publishing in April 2023.

An animated feature film adaptation of the first book is currently in production with Gringo Films. The voice cast is led by Asa Butterfield (Sex Education) as the eponymous hero. Butterfield is joined by a stellar line-up including, Joel Fry (Cruella) as the Creature, Rob Brydon (Gavin & Stacey) as Professor Erasmus, Alison Steadman (Gavin & Stacey) as Nan, Tia Bannon as Arabella, and comedians Fern Brady and Jamali Maddix voicing members of Fulbert Freakfinder’s sideshow.

Deep in the maze-like dungeons of Castle Grotteskew, a young Professor Erasmus created Stitch Head, a small, almost-human creature. His experiments continued, filling the castle with creations so fabulously monstrous that Stitch Head was long cast aside. But loyal Stitch Head did not forget their promise to be friends forever, and thus spends his days wrangling a long line of the professor’s rampaging monsters, in an effort to protect both his home and his beloved master. Until a travelling circus ringmaster knocks at the castle door, promising to make Stitch Head a star. Is this Stitch Head’s chance to venture beyond the castle walls? Or could he be making a terrible mistake…?

Guy Bass said:

“As a life-long fan of comic books, I couldn’t be more excited to be working with Little Tiger to give Stitch Head the graphic novel treatment. It could only have happened with Pete Williamson, who illustrated the novels, and I’m ecstatic that he’s on board to help bring Stitch Head to almost-life all over again. I can’t wait to introduce this adaptation of Stitch Head to readers old and new – and in full colour, no less!”

Pete Williamson said: “It’s been wonderful to collaborate with Guy and the folk at Little Tiger once again, and it’s particularly exciting to apply our shared love for, and excitement about, the comics/graphic novel medium to Stitch Head. It’s a perfect fit – Guy’s brilliant storytelling and my artwork really open up the world of Stitch Head in a completely new way. This is the most fun I’ve ever had in illustration.”

Jane Harris said: “After welcoming Stitch Head to our list twelve years ago, I’m utterly delighted to see this best-selling creation step out of the shadows into a brand-new format. Guy and Pete have worked tirelessly to distil Stitch Head’s darkly comic world into a stunning full-colour graphic novel, and I couldn’t be prouder of the book they’ve created. It’s sure to delight Stitch Headfans and introduce his monstrous adventures to a whole new legion of readers.”

Little Tiger will publish Stitch Head: The Graphic Novel in February 2024 with Stitch Head: The Pirate’s Eye: A Graphic Novel following in February 2025.

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Acquisition Announcement: Becoming Brave – a heartfelt biographical picture book about love, grief and believing in yourself.

Little Tiger to publish Becoming Brave – a heartfelt biographical picture book about love, grief and believing in yourself from double debut Jennie Cashman Wilson and Tomekah George.

Managing Editor Nicola Edwards acquired world rights in all languages for Cashman’s lyrical text, working editorially on the title alongside Senior Editor Isabel Otter. Illustrator Tomekah George was brought on board by Art Director Emma Jennings.

Following Jennie and her relationship with her late husband, critically acclaimed jazz musician Abram Wilson, Becoming Brave is both an exploration of grief and a celebration of courage. Jennie Cashman Wilson is the founder of The Abram Wilson charity – an organisation that works to open doors to minoritised young talent in the music industry. You can read more about their aims here.

If you want to try new things, you have to be brave. But you can’t be brave without also being scared.

While Jennie grew up wanting to please other people, Abram followed his heart from an early age. The two couldn’t have been more different, and yet when they met Jennie fell in love with Abram’s fearlessness.

But when life takes a turn for the worse and Abram is no longer by Jennie’s side, will she find her own courage? 

This poignant and heartfelt picture book explores themes of love, grief and believing in yourself in a gentle and uplifting way. With a contemporary setting and characters that many readers will relate to, this book is great for inspiring children and starting important conversations. 

Cashman Wilson says: “The first time I told the Becoming Brave story was to an audience of about 1,000 primary-school children at Birmingham Symphony Hall. It was my sixth and final year of getting up on stage and telling these bright young things stories about courage and fear, me and Abram. When I got off stage someone suggested I turn the story into a children’s book. This turned out to be the spark of an idea that quickly snowballed into what eventually became an actual, real-life children’s book. Becoming Brave has been a journey in itself, weathering the formal withdrawal of the UK from the EU, a global pandemic, a war in Ukraine and a cost-of-living crisis. It feels like if ever there were a time for courage it is now. I feel deeply privileged to have had the opportunity to share mine and Abram’s story in such a beautiful and creative way and I’m so grateful to Little Tiger for involving me in the process in the way they did. I’m also indebted to Tomekah George who worked so hard on making mine and Abram’s story come to life, I couldn’t have asked for a better illustrator. Her involvement in this book has been a crucial part of the Becoming Brave journey and I’m extremely thankful to Little Tiger for investing the time and resources that are so necessary to develop emerging talent. I hope you enjoy reading Becoming Brave as much as we enjoyed making it.”

Edwards commented: You know some manuscripts are special the moment they cross your desk, and that was unquestionably the case with Jennie’s deeply moving story of love and loss. It explores not only grief but the way that fear and bravery are inextricably linked and that our hard times can be the catalyst for real and positive change. Jennie’s passion for helping young people find their power really shines through in this inspirational story of what it means to face our fears and live boldly, no matter what life throws at us along the way.

Jennings added: We knew we needed to find a very special illustrator to bring this true story of love, loss and hope to life. As soon as we saw Tomekah’s portfolio we fell in love with her striking, dynamic artwork and knew that she would be able to visually explore the nature of fear and bravery. Her emotive illustrations perfectly captured the different energies of Abram and Jennie’s characters and evoked the spirit of jazz music that infuses the story. She was a joy to work with!

George commented: “I’m honoured to be a part of sharing such a beautiful story, I can’t wait to see it in the wild!”

Little Tiger will publish Becoming Brave in August 2023.

About the Abram Wilson charity: Abram Wilson was a critically acclaimed and award-winning jazz trumpeter musician from New Orleans, who made London his home and forged a name for himself on the UK jazz scene. By 2012 he was at the height of his creative abilities and in the middle of a UK tour with his band when he became increasingly unwell. Abram died a few weeks later on Saturday 9th June from cancer. He was 38.

His wife and manager Jennie Cashman Wilson founded the Abram Wilson charity in his memory. She says:

“Throughout his career, Abram touched thousands of lives with his music, workshops and projects. He was a creative spirit but he knew that building a career as a freelance musician was really tough.  Someone of his ability and stature could have played with anybody, yet time and time again he would take on much younger, less experienced musicians and mentor, educate and encourage them. When Abram died, the kernel of an idea to somehow continue the work that we had begun together was formed.”

That idea has since grown into the Abram Wilson charity today. Abram’s experiences have influenced how the charity’s programmes happen, as part of an exciting and thriving UK jazz scene. The Abram Wilson charity continues to work hard to inspire a new generation of talent that is representative of the society we live in.


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Q&A with Above and Below: Sea and Shore author, Harriet Evans





Above and Below is a unique split page and lift-the-flap book, can you explain how the book works?

The book showcases eight watery habitats from across the world, with facts about the creatures and plants that inhabit these places – or their geological features – on the left and Hannah Bailey’s beautiful illustrations on the right. Each artwork is divided into two using a split-page flap that allows the reader to delve further into these underwater worlds to discover what lies beneath the waves.

 What kinds of areas of the world do you cover in the book?

We journey all around the planet, taking in some of the magnificent marine life along the way! From the sandy shallows of the British coastline to the amazing mangrove forests of Asia and from colourful coral reefs to the darkest depths of the deep ocean, there should be something to capture every young nature-lover’s imagination!  

Did you have to do a lot of research the content in the book, how did you go about deciding which facts to cover?

I definitely did have to research the places – sadly my knowledge of habitats isn’t quite encyclopaedic just yet! I love finding stories in nature, so I was particularly drawn to the facts that helped me imagine the lives of the animals I was writing about or that challenged my expectations of these creatures. For example, did you know that seagulls stamp on the ground to imitate the sound of rainfall and trick worms out into the open where they can be quickly gobbled up? Or that plover birds build fake nests to draw predators away from their hatchlings?

How do you make the subjects you cover engaging for your readers?

 I tried to pick a mixture of different creatures – some that readers would know and enjoy spotting but also animals that they might not have encountered before like the opalescent nudibranch (great name!) or the Irrawaddy dolphin. Similarly, we took care to pick a variety of different locations so we could have a broad sweep of different animals, plants and geographic features.

What do you think of the look of the finished book, with illustrations by Hannah Bailey? Are there any spreads that stand out for you?

Hannah Bailey’s illustrations are completely gorgeous, so I was thrilled! She’s a master at adding small details that make the whole habitat come to life and was so skilled at the shifts of perspective that you need for the split-page novelty to work. I love all the spreads but the kelp forest one has a special place in my heart. Otters are one of my favourite animals and I think Hannah’s depiction of the harbour seal and leopard shark on this spread are beautiful too!



Other than some fascinating insights into our world, what would you like young readers to take from your book?

That our planet is a much weirder and more wonderful place than we often remember. Learning more about the Earth’s incredible habitats – some of which are on our doorstep – can encourage us to live more thoughtfully and be aware that we share this world and have a responsibility to protect it.

How do you think this book could be used in classrooms?

One of the things I love about this series is how it taps into your curiosity – what else could be hiding inside a habitat? What might come out at night or what lived there eons before? Perhaps teachers could give each child their own simple seascape picture and assign them different oceans to use as inspiration to draw and write about underwater worlds. Or maybe they could read the book in class together and each child could choose an animal or plant and research it further to present their findings to the class? For younger children, perhaps you could match the animals mentioned to their habitat. It could be a great way to think about how different creatures are adapted to where they live and the relationships that we all have with our homes.

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Away With Words– A Q&A with author Sophie Cameron

A Q&A with Away With Words author Sophie Cameron.

Out May 2023.







What is your latest book, Away With Words about?

Away With Words is set in a version of our world where we can see and touch the words that people speak, as well as hear them. The story is about 11-year-old Gala, who has just moved from Spain to Scotland with her dad to live with his boyfriend, and her difficulties with learning English and adapting to her new home. She makes a friend at her new school named Natalie, who has selective mutism and collects other people’s old speech. The girls begin writing messages to their classmates with the discarded words, but something goes wrong and it gets them into trouble.

What was the inspiration behind Away With Words?

I really love learning languages – I think I’ve studied around 15 over the years, though unfortunately I’ve forgotten most of them too! I often find producing different sounds really difficult, though, so the idea of speech having a physical dimension came from feeling like words were literally stuck in my mouth and unable to come out. I was also inspired by children’s books that use language in interesting ways, such as Sophie Someone by Hayley Long and Crongton Knights by Alex Wheatle.

Away With Words explores communication, did you do a lot of research for the novel?

I moved to Spain 7 years ago, and some parts of Gala’s story are based on my own experiences of living and working in Spanish and Catalan – the frustration of not being able to explain myself as well or as quickly as I’d like, or the thrill of realising that I’d made progress. But I chose to move abroad, whereas Gala is thrown into an environment where no one speaks her language and she has no say in the matter. I read up on ESL teaching and spoke to several people who had been similar situations – my wife moved from France to Scotland when she was 11, so her input helped a lot! I also did a lot of research on selective mutism for Natalie’s part of the story. We later had a sensitivity read done by a paediatric speech and language therapist, so it was really interesting to get their feedback.

What part of Away With Words are you most excited for young people to read?

I’m mostly excited for people to read about the concept and hopefully hear some of their own ideas about how communication would work in a world where speech was visible. Pip Johnson, the Senior Designer at Little Tiger who designed and illustrated the wonderful cover, has also done an amazing job getting creative with the layout of the text and it looks brilliant – so while I can’t take credit for that, I can’t wait to see what readers think of it!

How has Scotland and Spain influenced your writing?

Settings are really important for me, which is why all four of my published books so far take place in Scotland – it’s the place I know best, and being able to visualise the locations and include small, real-life details brings the story to life for me. Away With Words is set in Fortrose on the Black Isle, where I grew up, so it was really nice to be able to include some of my favourite places and weave them into Gala’s story. I’m finding that Spanish elements are cropping up in my writing more and more, though, and I have a few ideas for stories set here too.

What’s the best part about being a children’s author?

It’s always amazing to hear from readers, especially young ones, that they’ve enjoyed my books or that they’ve helped them in some way. Many of the books that have most influenced me are ones I read when I was young, so it’s a real privilege to think that someone could one day look back at one of my stories in a similar way.

Where and when do you do your best writing, and what are you working on at the moment?

I work best in cafes, preferably in the morning. Something about the noise and movement around me gives me a better focus on what I’m working on, and I’m far less likely to get distracted if I’m out of the house. Right now I’m hopping between a few projects: a contemporary MG novel, a YA fantasy, and what will hopefully be my first book for adults.

What does a ‘day off’ from writing look like for you?

I work for a communications agency and I have 3-year-old twins, so writing actually feels like a day off for me! When I’m not busy, I’m usually studying languages (right now I’m focusing on Korean, Italian and Gaelic), baking or watching TV.

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Sita Brahmachari has been shortlisted for the Yoto Carnegie Medal for Writing for her YA novel When Shadows Fall

The UK’s longest running and best-loved book awards for children and young people, The Yoto Carnegies, today announced their 2023 shortlists today. We are delighted that Sita Brahmachari has been shortlisted for the Medal for Writing for her YA novel When Shadows Fall, illustrated by Natalie Sirett.

The Yoto Carnegies are unique in being judged by children’s and youth librarians, with the respective Shadowers’ Choice Medals voted for by children and young people. The 31 initially longlisted titles were whittled down to a shortlist of 13 by the judging panel, which includes 12 librarians from CILIP’s Youth Libraries Group.

What the organisers said about selecting Sita Brahmachari and When Shadows Fall. 

‘Five-time nominated author Sita Brahmachari has secured her place on the shortlist for the first time for When Shadows Fall, a “beautifully observed”, “lyrical” novel written through an original mix of forms, combining poetry, prose and illustrations by Natalie Sirett. The judges highlighted the “unforgettable voices” in this story of friendship and community. A previous winner of the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, Brahmachari is an ambassador for Amnesty, and her passion for centring marginalised voices comes to the fore in this “powerfully charged” tale.

The winners will be announced on Wednesday 21 June at a live and streamed lunchtime ceremony at The Barbican, hosted by former Children’s Laureate Lauren Child. The winners will each receive £500 worth of books to donate to a library of their choice, a specially commissioned and newly designed golden medal and a £5,000 Colin Mears Award cash prize. The Shadowers’ Choice Medals, voted for and awarded by children and young people shadowing the shortlist from today, will also be presented at the ceremony. Following the brand refresh of the Awards this year, the Shadowers’ Choice winners will also receive a golden medal for the first time.

Activities and resources for When Shadows Fall are available on the Yoto Carnegies website.

When Shadows Fall

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Acquisition Announcement: The Best You, a new picture book by Mindful Champs founder, Nima Patel







Little Tiger has acquired world rights for The Best You, a new picture book by Mindful Champs founder, Nima Patel

We are delighted to present The Best you, an inspirational and thought-provoking picture book from the Mindful Champs founder and mindfulness advocate Nima Patel: The Best You.

We often ask children, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”, expecting that they want to be astronauts, activists, artists or athletes. We want them to see the wide world of possibility that lies before them, but what about the incredible potential that is already within them?  

The Best You celebrates all the wonderful qualities that children have and can develop, and reminds us all that what really matters is being the best you that you can be.

Sales, Rights and Marketing director Nik Bhatia acquired world rights for the series. Illustration rights were acquired by Editorial Director Patricia Hegarty from Eunice Mcmullen.

Author Nima Patel commented:

The Best You was written out of a deep desire to draw attention to a narrative which I believe constricts children from growing with true purpose and authenticity. As adults, we are continually asking children WHAT they want to be when they grow up. They are put under so much pressure from a young age to choose a career path or to get top marks that it ends up leading to their success becoming largely measured in terms of that alone.

The Best You aims to shift this narrative and, instead, focus on asking children WHO they want to be when they grow up. By teaching children to develop traits of good character first and foremost, we can prepare them to thrive in any situation they may face. And as children practise skills that promote character development, they build a reservoir of strength that they can draw on throughout their lives. Confidence, determination, resilience and honesty are just some examples of traits that can sustain children at home, at school and in the big world out there.

I have had an incredible experience working with Little Tiger on my first book. Writing a book with a team that really understood my vision, as well as the value in the message I wanted to deliver, was so important for me. From editor to illustrator and everyone in between, Little Tiger have been an absolute dream to work with.”

Illustrator Cally Johnson-Isaacs commented:

“As a lifelong yoga and mindfulness enthusiast, in recent years I have enjoyed dedicating my artwork to positive affirmations, movement and breath.

I feel it’s truly important for children to benefit from the simple practice of bringing a gentle, accepting attitude to the present moment. How wonderful it is to create illustrations for a beautiful book which will promote peace, happiness, kindness and a pathway for discovering the best version of ‘you’. I am very proud to be part of such a creatively fulfilling project.”

Nik Bhatia, Sales, Rights & Marketing Director said:

“In an increasingly pressurised world, The Best You is a much-needed celebration of the positive traits that will help children thrive, and that we should all be encouraging as mindful parents and caregivers. With gorgeous illustrations by Cally Johnson-Isaacs, this life-affirming picture book is the perfect addition to the Little Tiger list. We are delighted to be partnering with Nima Patel to help young children reach their full potential.”

The Best You publishes in January 2024.

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Acquisition Announcement: Gina Kaminski Saves the Wolf by duo Craig Barr-Green and Francis Martin.

03 March 2023








Little Tiger lands Gina Kaminski Saves the Wolf – a bold new picture book with a neurodiverse hero by duo Craig Barr-Green and Francis Martin.

Senior Editor Perry Emerson acquired the imaginative, empowering story in a two-book deal with world rights in all languages from Curtis Brown’s Isobel Gahan. Francis Martin was signed on to illustrate the series by Art Director, Rebecca Essilifie.

In this fresh re-imagining of Little Red Riding Hood, autistic protagonist Gina Kaminski rewrites the traditional fairy tale in her own innovative way.

Gina Kaminski is here to tell you three facts.

1 – Little Red Riding Hood is full of BIG mistakes.

2 – Gina Kaminski is off to fairy tale land to fix them.

3 – She WILL save the wolf.

A book to inspire every child to tell their own story, their own way. Just like Gina.

Emerson commented: “It’s a rare thing to discover a picture book character who immediately makes you sit up and listen, but Gina Kaminski does exactly that. In a voice that is as innovative as it is arresting, Craig Barr-Green tells the story of a young autistic girl taking control of the fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood in her own brilliantly bold way. We hope this book will inspire creativity in children everywhere, and through its engaging humour and adventurous storytelling, will encourage an empathetic understanding of the different ways in which we all see the world.

The process of making Gina Kaminski Saves the Wolf was an exceptional example of the power and importance of creative collaboration in picture book making. It was a joy to see Craig and Francis’ creative minds spark and inspire one another during the development of the book. Francis’ artistic voice feels as innovative and fresh as Craig’s storytelling, and we truly believe that, together, they have created a ground-breaking book that places an autistic main character at the very heart of a universally inspiring story. We at Little Tiger are all incredibly proud to be publishing this important and compelling picture book.”

Ellie Farmer, Editorial Director: I’m delighted to publish Craig and Francis on the Little Tiger list. Their unique and considerable talent make Gina Kaminski Saves the Wolf really rather special, reflecting the Little Tiger passion for championing diverse voices and introducing our readers to important perspectives and ideas.

Barr-Green added: “I wanted to write a picture book that gave a three dimensional, neurodivergent child absolute centre stage in a rollicking adventure. Gina Kaminski is that character. I am beyond delighted that she has found her home with the endlessly brilliant Little Tiger, and Francis Martin’s fabulous illustrations are bursting with character, and energy, and just the right amount of anarchy. I couldn’t wish for a better team and I am incredibly excited to introduce Gina to the world.”

Martin commented: “In Gina Kaminski Craig has created a fantastic girl character whose no-nonsense attitude to fairy tales will be an inspiration  to children everywhere. I am glad! proud!, ecstatic! that  I got to create the visualisation of Gina.”

Little Tiger will publish Gina Kaminski Saves the Wolf in September 2023.

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Tiger Aspect Kids & Family and Little Tiger announce collaboration on prospective TV options

March 2023

Tiger Aspect Kids & Family and Little Tiger announce collaboration on prospective TV options

Children’s publisher Little Tiger and leading television producer Tiger Aspect Kids & Family, part of Banijay Kids & Family, are joining forces with the intention to option and develop future animated and live action TV projects, aimed at children of all ages and families.

This exciting collaboration brings together both parties’ expertise and passion for children’s entertainment and education.

Little Tiger’s rich portfolio of bestselling and far-reaching books, featuring unforgettable characters, striking worlds and wide-ranging concepts, are the perfect source material to create innovative and entertaining TV for children and families.

Tiger Aspect Kids & Family’s presence internationally and its brilliant creative team, plus its similar business ethos, align with Little Tiger’s ambitions to nurture talent and grow in the entertainment space.

David Bucknor, Managing Director at Little Tiger said:

“Children’s books have always provided a treasure trove of stories to inspire film and TV. Over the last few years, we have seen a marked increase in interest in our books, from producers keen to feed the ever-growing number of platforms and distributors hungry for content.  As we embark on this exciting collaboration with Tiger Aspect Kids & Family, we look forward to working together creatively, and finding new ways of sharing our stories with screen audiences.”

Tom Beattie, Managing Director at Tiger Aspect Kids & Family said:

 “This felt like a perfect partnership, not just because we both have ‘Tiger’ in the company names. Little Tiger create some brilliant characters and worlds that fit with the Tiger Aspect Kids & Family DNA, and so it made sense to work more closely together. We have a proven track record of taking books to screen and we’re excited with what is to come.”

The deal was negotiated by Jude Evans on behalf of Little Tiger and Tiger Aspect Kids & Family’s Dee Stevens.


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Acquisition Announcement: ‘Keisha Jones’ by Natalie Denny, illustrated by Chanté Timothy

 Little Tiger has acquired world rights for new series, ‘Keisha Jones’ by debut author Natalie Denny, illustrated by Chanté Timothy

Keisha Jones is an appealing and timely series with a fearless black girl at its heart. Keisha is an empowering role model who’s itching to stand up to the world.

Funny and engaging and vibrantly illustrated by Chanté Timothy, the series is written in first-person and has an interactive page design, incorporating letters, emails and texts.

Jane Harris, Associate Publisher at Little Tiger, acquired world rights from Chloe Seager at Madeleine Milburn and Charlie Moyler, Art Director at Little Tiger, acquired illustration rights from Lydia Silver at Darley Anderson.

Keisha Jones Takes on the World is the first book in the series and publishes in August 2023 and is ideal for newly independent readers.

Brimming with ideas and passion, Keisha’s determined to stamp down injustices and stand up for what she believes … even if it does lead to a spot of trouble!

When Grandpa Joe tells Keisha about Great Aunt Bee, who was a lawyer and an activist, Keisha is determined to follow in her footsteps. Forming the Bee Squad, she enlists her friends KD and Paisley to help put an end to inequality. Soon they have their first cause.

Keisha is incensed to discover that her local pet shop is selling male rabbits for more than female rabbits. It’s time to takes matters into her own hands and stand up for rabbits’ rights!

Jane Harris, Associate Publisher who acquired the series said:

“Working with Natalie on Keisha Jones has been a total joy. Natalie has created a warm, funny character fizzing with personality and brimming with ideas (some of which are wonderfully outlandish!). Keisha’s indomitable spirit and sense of justice shine through in every scene and her escapades are sure to delight young readers. Chanté Timothy’s bold and expressive illustrations are a perfect fit and bring Keisha’s world to life brilliantly. Little Tiger Fiction are over the moon to welcome Natalie and Chanté to the list, and we can’t wait to introduce readers to the force of nature that is Keisha Jones!”

Natalie Denny said:

“Introducing pint sized activist, Keisha Jones, and her wild and wonderful ways to young readers is a dream come true! Keisha is a whirlwind of fun and mischief with a heart of gold; passionate about making the world a better place. I am so excited about working on this fantastic series with Little Tiger and where Keisha’s journey may take us!”

 Chanté Timothy said  “I’m looking forward to everyone experiencing a whole host of expressive characters, especially Keisha who I think will inspire critical thinking and bring a smile to faces.”

Keisha Jones Takes on the World publishes in August 2023, followed by book 2 in 2024, entitled Keisha Jones is a Force of Nature.