Meet Maud: a guinea pig who inexplicably wears a judo suit - and not everyone understands or approves. When Maud is thrown into a new and confusing situation, it takes brave decisions and serendipitous encounters for her to find her place and embrace her individuality.
The charming characters of Magenta Fox, whose work is evocative of Raymond Briggs and Janet Ahlberg, perfectly offset Zadie and Nick's warm, wry prose.
Weirdo is an endearing story about the quiet power of being different by two veteran writers, and introduces an exciting debut illustrator. Together they have created a picture book that adults and children alike will treasure.
The author's portrait, by Toyin Ojih Odutola, is the first of a woman with an afro in the London gallery.
When platonic love fails, the heartbreak can be as difficult as any other break-up. Here, we select books and authors who offer useful perspectives, from Zadie Smith to Ruth Jones to Irvine Welsh.