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New Titles for 2015 – Part One

New Titles 2015

Avery Hill are delighted to announce four new publications that we have coming out in 2015.

We’ll be spotlighting each of these titles over the coming week.



imageThe Rabbit

By Rachael Smith

146 pages, full colour.

Release date: 28th August 2015

Eleanor and her younger sister Kathy have run away from school, from home and from all of their troubles. They may also be running from reality itself, as they seem to have acquired a new friend in the form of a talking cartoon bunny rabbit called Craig. As Craig grows bigger and bigger, the girls soon discover exactly what kind of creature has joined them on their adventure. Running away is not as easy as it seems.

Rachael Smith’s follow up to the acclaimed House Party is a surreal and affecting coming-of-age tale that captures the wonder and vulnerability of youth. Both funny and sinister, familiar yet fantastical. You won’t soon forget The Rabbit.




By Donya Todd

Release date: June 2015

 Buttertubs is a dog who always wants to save the dudes and damsels in distress, but who always mucks it up on account of his inability to stop sweating butter. Running becomes flailing and crashing, everything he touches becomes greasy and strangely flammable, and even simple tasks become fraught with slippery danger. 

His nemesis, The Hotdog Queen, needs to watch her back, his friend Hester is always trying to stop his foolish escapades, and there are many, many damsels in distress. All in a day’s work for Buttertubs!

 Yeah, it’s Donya Todd…



The End of Summer

The End of Summer

By Tillie Walden

Release date: June 2015

 In a secluded castle, at the beginning of a winter that is predicted to last for three years, Lars is battling illness, boredom and the pressures of family life.  Locked inside for the duration, he passes the time playing with his siblings and his giant cat, Nemo, while tensions within the family begin to simmer…

 In her first graphic novel, Tillie Walden tells the tragic and moving story of Lars and his twin sister, Maja.  Full of subtle and tender character moments and set in an exquisitely rendered castle, it’s a hauntingly beautiful work that will no doubt be considered as one of the great debuts of 2015.

A is for Amos - Cover

A is for Amos – A Musical A to Z

By Daria Hlazatova

Release date: 18th April 2015 (Record Store Day)

Taking it’s inspiration from childhood A to Z books, “A is for Amos” features subjects from the world of music, all hand-picked by Daria, and re-created in her astonishingly detailed and fantastic style. Bowie sits alongside Tchaikovsky. Zappa with Wagner.

Printed in full colour, seven inch format, “A is for Amos” is essential for music fans and art lovers alike.

More announcements to come next week! 

AHP Books Go Digital Through SEQUENTIAL



SEQUENTIAL App on the App Store

Avery Hill Page on SEQUENTIAL

SEQUENTIAL and Avery Hill Publishing are pleased to announce the launch of a number of Avery Hill comics and graphic novels as digital editions, exclusively available via SEQUENTIAL.

 SEQUENTIAL was created to be a curated digital graphic novel and comics app for iPad featuring intelligent, entertaining, life-enhancing storytelling at its best – and to provide the best browse, buy and read experience on the planet.

“We’re really delighted to welcome Avery Hill to SEQUENTIAL. Their eclectic, engrossing, lovingly-produced titles represent some of the very best of the UK small press scene and we’re thrilled to be able to present their books in exciting new digital versions.”

Chloë Pursey

Editorial Director, SEQUENTIAL


“We know SEQUENTIAL are exactly the right partner for us to enter into the digital arena with as they’re as committed as we are to giving readers the best experience possible.  They provide a cutting edge digital platform for the greatest comics around and we’re honoured to have our titles join them.”

 Ricky Miller & David White

Co-Publishers, Avery Hill Publishing

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As you can tell from the image above, we’ve had a pretty big year.  On top of releasing all of these amazing books, here are the highlights!

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