ETA: Taunton Press confirmed in the comments that this is indeed the case, they bought the US rights for Labour of Love and renamed it Lovely Knits for Little Girls.
The book is beautifully shot and very well laid out. Sized for 3-8 year old's.this is a book more for events than for everyday. I could see several of the projects as being used for weddings or communions.
Starting with a Sweater section, the first is the Clara Alpaca and cotton sweater, described as a simple stocking stitch sweater with flared sleeves. It's a statement piece, those sleeves are almost too big but it's a look that might suit a moment. Uses Rowan Alpaca Cotton and US 6 needles (listed as an Aran weight with 4mm needles)
Carolina high-neck sweater with ribbon. An all-over cable pattern with an oversized look and a wide neck. Knit in Rowan Lima with US 8 & 6 needles (5mm and 4mm), a worsted yarn.
Matilda Round-neck Textured Sweater - using Rowan Cashsoft DK and US 6 & 10 (4mm and 6mm) needles this is an interesting jumper using texture, it's a raglan top, would probably work well in the round!
The next section is Cardigans, starting with Zoe Fan Stitch Jacket. Knit in Rowan by Amy Butler Belle Organic Dk using US 6 (4mm) needles. A fan stitch pattern decorates this one and it's fastened with a ribbon. The bottom edge curves slightly the body is worked to the armholes and then worked as pieces from there.
Sofia Elf Cardigan with Fabric when I first looked at this one I almost missed the fabric piece, this requires sewing a gathered peplum with a slightly complicated piece that rises at the back. The designer suggests that you could fasten with buttons and change the fabric. Knit in Debbie Bliss Eco Aran with US size 3 and 6 (3/3.25mm and 4mm needles) This could also work as a shrug without the fabric. It has some interesting details.
Elvira Frost Flower Cardigan - inspired by the Frost Flower stitch pattern this is knit in Mirasol Sulka (a bulky weight yarn) with US 8 & 10 needles (5 & 6mm) with short raglan sleeves, this fastens with one button on the front.
Maggie Grandpa Cardigan - an oversized cardigan with shaping and long-length sleeves, raglan shaping, this could last someone a few seasons. Knit in Rowan Lima (a worsted weight yarn) with US size 4 and 8 needles (3.5mm and 5mm)
Marie Cardigan with Lace Edges - this uses Garnstudio Drops Alpaca (a fingering weight yarn) used doúble throughout, with US 3 & 6 needles (3/3/25mm & 4mm needles), this has a curved front and lace in the body and edging, the author suggests that you can use plain stocking stitch in the body and only lace in the edging "cast on a few less stitches". The cuffs are with the same lace as the edging.
Rosita Warm Wrap Cardigan is the cover pattern on the Lovely Knits variation. Knit in Rowan by Amy Butler Organic Aran with US 7 (4.5mm needles) it starts at the center back, it's an interesting garment.
Dresses and Tops is the next section.
Penelope Garter Stitch vest - this has a gather in the back, knit in one piece and only the shoulder seams sewn. Using Mirasol Miski (a worsted weight yarn), and US 6 & 8 (4mm and 5mm) needles.
Holly Warm Loopy Vest, using loop stitch this is a mock fur jacket, with curved fronts uses Rowan Drift (a super bulky yarn) using US 11 (8mm needles). Knitted in one piece and fastened with a ribbon at the neck.
Bertha Shoulder Wrap is a shoulder wrap or caplet that is quite a classic style. Knit in Louisa Harding Millais (a super bulky yarn) with US 8 (5mm) circular needles. Fastened in the front with a ribbon.
Isabel Cable and Little Branch Dress is a long-jumper short-sleeved style dress with a cable and bobble pattern that forms a tree and flower pattern. Knit in Rowan by Amy Butler Organic DK with US 3 & 6 (3/3.25mm and 4mm) needles.
Emilia Mohair Lace Dress - Rowan Kidsilk haze (laceweight) used double with US size 6 (4mm) needles. There are no photographs of the dress full length. The author also suggest that it would need something to counter the transparency of the dress. It has cap sleeves.
Skirts and Snoods is the next section. Flora Layered Skirt is the first pattern, a skirt with layered leaves, knit in individual layers, knit in Louisa Harding Albero (worsted weight) with US 6 & 3 (4mm & 3/3.25mm)
Mia Raspberry Mini Skirt - using blackberry stitch knit in Rowan Pure Wool DK with US 3 & 6 (3/3.25mm & 4mm) needles. This would need leggings to counter the somewhat see-through nature of the stitch. It can be also worn as a cowl.
Skye Big Wool Snood or Mini Skirt knit in Garnstudio Drops Eskimo (Bulky weight yarn) with US 10.5 & 11 (6.5 & 8mm) needles. This is shaped with a large cables to the middle.
The final section is Charming Accessories. Starting with the Laura Frost Flower Hat and Poncho, again using the Frost Flower pattern, this uses only a few repeats in each piece. Knit with Rowan Cocoon. Bulky yarn using US 8 &10 (5mm and 6mm) needles, both seamed.
Naya Garter Stitch scarf and hat with eyelets - using Rowan Amy Butler Belle Organic Aran with US 6 and 7 (4 and 4.5mm needles) alternating colour and using a lace pattern, you could do this in one colour but I'm not sure that it would be as effective.
Lastly the Olivia Mohair Scarf with Bobbles.using Rowan Kidsilk Haze (laceweight) used double throughout; using US 6 (4mm) needles, worked from the long-edge to the center.
Overall it underwhelmed me. If you are looking for patterns for an event where you have a pre-teen girl this could be a good book, I wouldn't regard it as great for everyday wear. Then again it would depend on the girl.