Orion Children’s Books is increasing its range of early reader titles, with four non-fiction books planned for 2015.
The books are all on science or nature and the first, The Deep Dark Sea, is by Tony De Saulles and will be released on the 19th March.
The other three books coming out next year are Dinosaurs by David Long and Nicola O’Byrne (7th May), Garden by Louisa Leaman and Natasha Rimmington (2nd July), and Space by Timothy Knapman and Kelly Canby (1st October).
Last month, the company released Horrid Henry’s Christmas Lunch, written by Francesca Simon and illustrated by Tony Ross. The book chronicles Henry’s attempt to have pizza and chips for lunch on Christmas day.
All of the early readers are priced at £4.99 for the paperback and £2.99 for the e-book.