• Anglais The Wish House

    Celia Rees

    In the summer of 1976, on holiday in South Wales, fifteen-year-old Richard is shocked and fascinated to meet the tenants of the historic Wish House. Jay Dalton is a well-known artist, and his large, bohemian family seem astonishingly glamorous. Then, Richard falls under the spell of beautiful, free-spirited Clio, Jay's daughter.

  • When Takeo's life is saved by the mysterious Lord Otori Shigeru, he begins the journey that will lead him to his destiny. At the same time, Kaede, a young heiress, must also find her way, to assert herself in a world of powerful men. For both it is a journey of revenge and treachery, honour and loyalty, beauty and magic and the passion of love.

  • Ashworth tells the true story of three sisters and their mother, a close-knit and loving family forced to battle with poverty, abuse and the effects of depression. Originally published in 1998 as an adult title, this book is aimed at a new young adult readership.

  • Anglais The Peacock Spring

    Rumer Godden

    Una is 15 when her father summons her and her sister Hal to start a new life in India. When she discovers that their beautiful governess Alix is actually his mistress, she is furious. Bored and lonely, Una starts to spend time with Ravi, the gardener's young assistant.

  • Anglais The christmas truce

    Carol Ann Duffy

    A new tale celebrating the magic of Christmas from the Poet Laureate, illustrated by David Roberts

  • Anglais Roundabout

    Rhiannon Lassiter

    Beautiful Romany Magda is a traveller. Tess is her fiery best friend. And Seb is the son of a rich businessman - he lives in a big house in the city. But as Magda and Seb are drawn to each other, their lives - and those of the people close to them - set off down unexpected paths, especially when jealous Tess discovers Seb's secret.

  • The second book in the Tales of the Otori trilogy continues the epic story of Otori Takeo and Shirakawa Kaede, the young lovers whose fate is played out in an ancient Oriental world, where ritualised codes of high honour counter the cruelty of savage bloodfeuds. Takeo has pledged his life to the Tribe, a secret clan of spies and assassins who claim his legendary supernatural skills for their own ruthless purposes, in doing so he must deny his birthright as an Otori lord and his love for Kaede. If he does not serve them, the Tribe will kill him. Kaede, separated from Takeo, must use her intelligence, beauty and cunning to assert her place in a world of allpowerful men who must never know that she is carrying Takeo's child. In growing from boy to man, Takeo must make a choice and the dangerous path he undertakes is a journey of high adventure, treachery and passion that establishes this extraordinary trilogy as one of the most brilliant and enduring works of modern fiction. GRASS FOR HIS PILLOW, the sequel to ACROSS THE NIGHTINGALE FLOOR, shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal, is one of the most eagerlyawaited novels of 2003. Lian Hearn has created a brilliantly imagined culture. Here is epic storytelling whose appeal crosses genres, genders and generations.

  • Anglais Magic Flutes

    Eva Ibbotson

    Spring, 1922 Tessa is a beautiful, tiny, dark-eyed princess - who's given up her duties to follow her heart, working for nothing backstage at the Viennese opera. No one there knows who she really is, or that a fairytale castle is missing its princess, and Tessa is determined to keep it that way. But secret lives can be complicated.