Beachy Books

Beachy Books is an independent book publisher. We offer traditional book publishing for authors in the UK, including Isle of Wight, Hampshire, Kent, East Sussex and the South East. Beachy Books is a member of the Independent Publishers Guild (IPG).

We also offer publishing services to individuals, authors, community groups, projects, schools, colleges and businesses. We can also help you self publish a book or independently publish a book.

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Just Washed Ashore!

Happy publication day Monday 24th May 2021 to That’s My Cat! by Lynne Hudson.

A sneaky cat likes the home comforts of several neighbours. But when they gather at a summer BBQ the cat invites himself too! So, who does the cat belong to?

Written in rhyming verse and comically illustrated in full colour, this rhyming, humorous, silly and fun picture book will entertain young children.

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