Written and Illustrated by Emily House
When Earth feels unwell, she goes to the doctor to ask for help. What the doctor prescribes seems impossible to Earth, until she wakes the next day to find a surprising change! A modern fable inspired by recent events.
RIGHTS SOLD: Korean
Paperback/ 210 x 280 mm / 32 pages / Imagnary House
Written by Bailey Bezuidenhout and illustrated by Maria Lebedeva
This is a story about trees. A little girl wonders through a forest and asks questions about trees. She runs her hands along their trunks, the lines in the bark so different to her, yet somewhat familiar. Like trees, we are a culmination of our memories, and of our future.
Rights sold: Korean, German & Spanish
Paperback / 210 x 280/ 36pp / Imagnary House
written & illustrated by Subi Bosa
A new South African comic book series by Subi Bosa, which centres around the cat Miyayu and his mischievous adventures. Miyayu: The Mischievous Cat (Vol #1, No #1) introduces Miyayu as the beloved central character of the series; a wild cat living in the big city. Miyayu has a big heart and huge ideas, but his plans never quite seem to turn out right… for him or anybody else. The comic series includes hilarious characters, such as Miyayu, Sebastian’s Cat, Tendo, Mami Wota, Miko, Chi-chi, and so many more!
Paperback / 32 pages / Imagnary House
Written and Illustrated by Andy Woodage
Imagine a world without oil, where metals are only available if they can be salvaged or recycled. Imagine if coal was running out. This is a world where armies no longer build metal monsters, but biological horrors. A world where genetic engineering defines the art of war. This is 12- year-old Jothan’s world, until a catastrophic attack wipes out every homestead in The Zoological Zone.
Fiction for readers 12+
Hardback / 138cm x 210cm / 332 pages / Imagnary House
written by Andy Woodage
A young-adult fantasy novel of good, evil, genetically engineered creatures, romance, blood, and the search for belonging.
Imagine a world without oil, where metals are only available if they can be salvaged or recycled. Imagine if coal was running out. It’s a world where armies no longer build metal monsters, but biological horrors. A world where genetic engineering has become the art of war.
This is 12-year-old Jothan’s world. Orphaned by a terrible accident, he dreams of leaving his uneventful life with his grandparents on the family’s griffin farm. However, when a catastrophic attack wipes out every homestead in The Zoological Zone, his world is turned upside down. He finds himself thrust into a story larger than he ever dreamed, embarking on a rough journey with a mysteriously appearing warrior to the fabled ‘Temple of Elohim’.
Paperback / 138 x 210 / 332 pages / Imagnary House
Written and Illustrated by Emily House
Bonbon and Blanket were firmest of friends from the moment they found each other. Bonbon was tiny and in need of some warmth; Blanket was a soft cosy cover. One day they were all on a picnic and Bonbon was down by the lake when a dog snatched Blanket and tried to make its escape.
Rights sold: French
Paperback / 32 pages / Imaginary House
written by Emily Child & illustrated by Maria Lebedeva
The Diddalum is something that everyone has deep within themselves. It comes from inside somewhere between your chest and your tummy. Sometimes it makes you strong or makes you want to sing. And sometimes it helps you say “I’m sure” even if you aren’t.
RIGHTS SOLD: Turkish, German & Japanese
Paperback / 200 x 200 / 40 pages / Imagnary House
written and illustrated by Mary-An
A warm and inclusive picture book that celebrates the diversity in the world with humour and delight. Children can delight in discovering the incredible animals of the world, different people and cultures, and maybe just learn something about what it means to be kind.
RIGHTS SOLD: Swedish, English (UK), Turkish & Italian
Paperback / 210 x 297 / 38 pages / Imagnary House