Il-Qtates ta' max-Xatt (illustrated by Lisa Falzon) has no fixed target age. It is ideal both for children and adults alike. Whilst being an emotional story that deals with loss, the play on words, alliterations, rhymes and rhythms make it fun.
This picture book (illustrated by Lisa Falzon) tells the story of an injured flamingo and how Klarissa and Melissa, together with their mother help him to get better and could fly back home. Mingu was awarded the National Book Prize 2016 in the Books for Children (original works) section, and also and overall award for the Best Prodction. Lisa Falzon was awarded for the Best Illustrations.
Based on the testimony of Goitom Yosief, this book describes Kidane’s experience of fleeing conflict, crossing the desert and sea before entering Europe as an asylum seeker. Published by JRS in 2012, this book won the National Book Prize (children's fiction category).
Guzeppina (illustrated by Derek Fenech) tells the story of what happens to young Rubber Stamp when she tries to learn her letters. Published by Merlin Publishers in 2011.
Meta l-Milied ma Giex (illustrated by Mark Scicluna) is like no other books about Christmas. It was Christmas Eve, but the moon was nowhere to be seen. Nobody wanted to go out in the darkness, and nobody felt like laughing. So everybody went to bed, and everybody fell into a long, deep sleep and dreamt a black dream ... This Christmas tale won the National Book Prize in the category for Children's Fiction. Published by Merlin Publishers in 2008.
Is-Sinjura Klaws (illustrated by Lisa Falzon) is a new take on the story we narrate our children at Christmas time.