Take your imagination on a wild adventure with Puffin Classics. These are the books to inspire a lifelong love of reading – discover the magic of the children’s books too precious to leave behind.
Cassie Logan finds it hard to understand why the family farm means so much to her father. She finds it even harder growing up in a place like Mississippi in the 1930s.
A beautiful Puffin Classics hardback inspired by the V&A Museum's collection of the work of William Morris.
'I don't want to die! Save me, somebody! Save me!'
Fiver was only a young rabbit, but he has a sixth sense and foresaw that disaster was about to destroy the warren. Few believed him. Led by his brother Hazel, a small band of rabbits sets out on a dangerous journey to find a safe home . . .
An iconic novel that continues to inspire millions of fans around the world, and now a major new Disney movie.
Pod, Homily and Arrietty are a family of tiny people who live beneath the floorboards. Everything they have is borrowed from the 'human beans', who don't even know they exist. That is, until the fateful day when Arrietty makes friends with 'the boy upstairs' . . .
Time is running out for Mrs Frisby. She must move her family of mice before the farmer destroys their home. But her youngest son, Timothy, is too ill to survive the move. Help comes in the unexpected form of a group of mysterious, super-intelligent rats.
A handsome horse with a glossy black coat and a pretty white star on his forehead, Black Beauty seems to lead a charmed life.
Mark Twain called Anne 'the dearest and most moving and delightful child since the immortal Alice'. The story of how a bad-tempered, naughty, red-haired orphan charmed a whole town.
This edition features a new introduction by noted Mark Twain scholar R. Kent Rasmussen that situates the novel for a contemporary audience, and a foreword by Azar Nafisi, author of The Republic of Imagination.
'Holy horseshoes!' he muttered, and tried to sit up. 'How long have I been lying here?'
Celebrate International Women's Day with the original rebel girls!
Celebrate International Women's Day with the original Sisterhood classics - independent, irrepressible, unforgettable!
Wuthering Heights has achieved an almost mythical status as a love story, yet it is also a unique masterpiece of the imagination: an unsettling, transgressive novel about obsession, violence and death.
Twenty new titles in the much-loved and hugely successful Penguin English Library series.
The mysterious tale of an orphan who is made into a gentleman, with one of the best opening scenes you'll ever read!
One of 5 special Puffin Classics created in collaboration with the V & A, with exquisite cloth-bound cover designs from their William Morris collection.
Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth - four 'little women' enduring hardships and enjoying adventures in Civil War New England. The charming story of the March sisters, Little Women has been adored by generations.
Spend a season on the river bank and take a walk on the wild side . . .
Young Willie Beech is evacuated to the country as Britain stands on the brink of WW2. A sad, deprived child, he slowly begins to flourish under the care of old Tom Oakley - but his new-found happiness is shattered by a summons from his mother back in London . . .
Over two hundred familiar tales from 'Look Before You Leap' and 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf' to much less familiar tales, each with its own sharply pointed moral.
Make a wild wish with the Sand-fairy.
An exciting New Zealand junior fiction series inspired by true stories from the Wilson Sisters' childhoods.
Explore a bright and cheerful world of unforgettable characters and discovery.