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Children will love this feisty mouse who is utterly determined to help – and to do everything herself. Follow Millie as she scampers through gorgeous autumnal scenes awash with gold and oranges. An adorable, warm story – perfect for snuggling up and sharing with your little one this autumn.
The world is so full of wonderful things. This book teaches children that they should take time to love and appreciate what each day brings.
Meet Alan, an alligator with a secret. Famed for his big, scary teeth, he sneaks into the jungle every day to scare the jungle animals… “I’m big, scary Alan! Fear my razor-sharp teeth!” But after a long day of scaring, Alan likes nothing better than to run a warm mud bath and take out his false teeth, which […]
This is a modern picture-book classic – there’s never a dull moment with the Large family! Mr and Mrs Large are getting ready for the office dinner-dance. But with Lester, Laura, Luke and the baby around, they’ll be lucky to get out of the house all in one piece!
Sailing boats, rowing boats, ferries and motor boats: find them all and how they work in this picture book. Then take a cruise on an ocean liner, crewed by animals, in a jolly, rhyming journey.
Join Little Bear and Daddy Bear for a walk on the wild side, as they set off on their amazing journey to the sea. It’s a long way for a little bear, but with his dad there to guide him and so many exciting things to see and explore on their travels, it’s sure to […]
Axolotl longs for adventure. One day, she finds an old bottle with something amazing inside. What could it be? This entertaining story for beginner readers has simple rhyming text, stylish illustrations and parents’ notes on phonics at the back of the book.
When Bob arrives at nursery, half hidden under his umbrella, it gives his friends Flo and Sam an idea. They should all play a game of hide and seek! Bob is first to hide but his hiding skills need a little bit of practice and he needs some help in understanding how to play the […]
Stanley and his shoal are the brightest, sparkliest fish in the whole of the deep, dark sea. But one morning Stanley wakes up to find that his shoal have swum off without him. How is he going to find them? A comical underwater tale, with gorgeous shimmering gold scales on the fish.
Stanley and his friends are exploring a mysterious cave. It’s such fun, but then they see lots of strange shadows. Oh no! It must be a cave monster.
He wants to belong to all of them. To any of them. Elephant Club, Lion Club, he just wants to belong. And he tries so hard to fit in so he can – kids will love pointing out in the illustrations just exactly how he tries – a curly wig, dark glasses – but it […]
When an acorn drops on Chicken Licken’s head, he thinks the sky is falling and dashes off to tell the King. But instead he finds Foxy Loxy…Is Chicken Licken about to become Chicken Lunch? My First Fairytales are a magical introduction to the well-loved stories that are a key part of every childhood. With fresh […]
It’s all go in this action-packed picture book. Discover a different vehicle on each page, from trains and buses, to racing cars, bikes, and even a hot air balloon! Children will love spotting all the details on each page, and joining in with all the different sounds; as trains ‘clickety clack’, buses ‘bruum’ and planes […]
Cinderella loves to dance, so when a special invitation comes to the Prince’s Ball, she can’t wait! But will poor Cinders get to swap her broom for a ball-gown and dance the night away?
Part of the Ladybird ‘Picture Books’ series – a perfect introduction to fairy tales for preschoolers – it contains amusing pictures and lots of funny rhythm and rhyme to delight young children. Ideal for reading aloud and sharing with 2-4 year olds.
Baby Duck faces the world with a cheery smile, one foot in front of the other, especially on the day of his very first swim. His beloved teddy tucked under his arm, he goes to the pond with his mother and two sisters. Once there, though, the fledgling is frozen with fear. The water’s too […]