REAL books we've brought to life and published...we love them all!
Introducing cheeky rats teaching kids about emotions, adventuresome bikes with a heartwarming story about adoption, cystic fibrosis, a Zat (what is that?)... and a whole lot more.
The picture books we publish at Fi & Books are all wonderful stories created by grassroots authors who have followed their publishing dreams!
You can support our wonderful authors and buy all of these books following their links below.
STOP Max! by Den Keanie
(Book one from the Resilient Ratties Series)
Follow our cheeky rats Max and Lucy on their day-to-day adventures whilst learning some valuable life skills along the way!
This wonderfully fun and educational story introduces your child to The Decider Life Skills - some easily applicable strategies to help children understand and manage their own emotions.
GO Lucy Go! by Den Keanie
(Book one from the Resilient Ratties Series)
Read about Lucy's woodland challenge and use the Learning Together section of this book to help your child learn about emotions in a way that they can understand, enjoy and remember.
Together we can open up conversations about mental health and equip children with life-long skills that they'll find easy to use!
Olly & Lilly - The Search For a New Race Team
by Matt Flukes
A heart-warming story about adoption, families, love and setting your goals to achieve. Join Olly and Lilly on their very first muddy adventure to find their forever-race team. Laugh as they whizz through the forests.
Giggle as they zoom through muddy puddles and understand how they might be feeling when life isn't going as well for them. Will they win the Champions of the World Race? Will they find their new race team?
The Naughty Cough
by Helen Hasler
A group of pets spend their days socialising with friends and family until one day a ‘naughty cough’ comes along.
Peter Mouse (PM) orders a lockdown for the street, but the animal friends won’t let it stop their fun. Instead they bake, dance and make up challenges to keep a smile on all of their faces until they’re reunited once more.
Me and My Cystic Fibrosis
by Molly-Rose Ayling
Meet Molly-Rose, a seven year old girl telling the story of living with cystic fibrosis in her own wonderful words.
Molly-Rose's cystic fibrosis is part of who she is, it doesn't define her and she's not going to let it stop her living life like everyone else!
by Jonell Hart
Grandma's Leprechaun A sweet children's picture book for children ages 5-8 about remembering the special times with a family member and the imagination they share.
A precious little leprechaun sits on a windowsill enchanting a little girl as she grows up visiting her grandparents’ house. When she confronts the loss of her grandma, the magical memories of very special times are rekindled.
A big change for Seb
by Emily Hardwicke
A breastfed toddler’s weaning story. Seb is a breastfed toddler who is not so sure he wants mummy’s milk to stop!
He does, however, really want to be allowed on the big tunnel slide at his favourite park with his friends. Written with love and based upon real life, this wonderful and colourful story introduces tips and ideas to help gently wean toddler age children from breastfeeding and encourage their confidence and independence.
Mum is tired but she loves you
by Lisa-Marie Wells
Every mum has been there: creeping around the house as your baby is about to go to sleep, the mum guilt about going back to work when your maternity leave is over and the never ending need for sleep...
A beautiful keepsake book all about a mums love for her child.
Ticklish Tooth Monsters
by Gemma Yu
A story to encourage your child to brush their teeth. Tooth Monsters love to sit and wait in your teeth for your left over food. There is one secret to keep them away... tickling them with your toothbrush! Brushing your teeth well will have them giggling and they won't stick around.
This is a fun story to share with your child to help encourage them to brush their own teeth. Let's face it, it is tough getting your child to do such mundane tasks... this book adds an element of fun to help make brushing their teeth less of a chore.
Dear Santa, I can explain!
by Angela Smith
With Christmas only days away, the children of Winters Way Primary school have been writing letters to Santa.
Surely no one has been eating entire advent calendars, sledging down staircases or catapulting baubles?
Will the children be on the naughty or nice list?... Only Santa will decide!
What a load of junk
by Rachel Tomlinson
What a Load of Junk helps children to see junk in a different way, along with the help of a bunch of super cute characters it shows children how to use their wonderful imaginations and awesome creative skills to reuse and recycle junk into something new.
It can be that go to book for those children who might just need a little help or inspiration to get started on their next junk project and to help teach all children about reusing and recycling.
Fluffy and Nutsy - their first adventure by Pam Lowery
Join Fluffy, the sensible teddy bear, and Nutsy, the cheeky monkey two unlikely best friends for a wonderfully playful story all about friendship and mischief. Introducing gentle memory games and simple rhymes, young readers will learn that friendships can be formed in many different ways!
by Fiona Woodhead
Fun and educational children's picture books about slugs, bugs and mini-beasts that are packed full of slime and giggles.
Perfect for children who love the outdoors, grubs and reading aged 3-6.
Adventures of Wildwell Hollow - Roar on the Moor
by Katherine Clarke
Roar on the Moor follows Tilly Fairy and Bodkin Jack high above Whispering Wood, tracking the "ROOOAAR" coming from the moor.
A whimsical story full of fun and nature facts, that follows the two friends as they discover the King of Stags strutting his stuff during the red deer rutting season.
Exploring the wonders of nature, the best friends harness children’s curiosity and spark their imaginations, leaving them spellbound by nature’s beauty and in awe of its inventiveness.