Alphaprints Magical Creatures is an Alphaprints board book with a sparkly cover and embossing throughout. Young children will love to discover the fantasy creatures, with a lighthearted rhyming couplet that tells you something about each of them. An engaging and interesting book for children and adults alike.
The Forest Friends is a tree-shaped board book with five cute animal characters on tabs.Inside, there is lots of lift-and-learn fun, with bit gatefold flaps to open out and discover the animals that lie at the top of the tree, in the leaves, and down the braches, the trunk and the roots.Children will learn a little about each animal, their family group, and where they live...
Hedgehog was feeling sad.
As sad as a hedgehog can feel.
So sad only one thing could help...
Tortoise was feeling sad.
As sad as a tortoise can feel.
So sad only one thing could help...
In this clever flipbook, both a hedgehog and a tortoise are looking for a hug. They ask all the other animals they come across but for some reason no one will hug them. Until a wise owl explains: Hedgehog is t..
Fabulously festive chunky board book to celebrate this most wonderful time of the year. Packed with scenes of all the exciting things that Christmas brings, including Santa's sleigh being pulled by his reindeer, on their way to deliver presents. With heartwarming seasonal rhymes to read and share. Tabbed edges make page-turning easy for little hands.
The Mixed-Up Chameleon is a captivating picture book from Eric Carle, author-illustrator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, that teaches young children the key differences between animals and the importance of being yourself.
A chameleon's antics with colour, shape and size show what makes each animal different and why it's important to be yourself.
Eric Carle is an award-winning and bestsell..
A nice old grandma bakes a pie, but - oh me, oh my! - that yummy treat is stolen by a greedy fox, then lost and found by a mouse, snatched by a cat, grabbed by a dog, and plucked away by an owl, before landing back on Grandma's table for everyone to share, or maybe not . . ...
These children and animals are all very different to each other. Some are big, some are small. Some are gentle, some are rough. Everyone is playful, but who's the best at hiding? One thing's certain: they all love a good bedtime story! The perfect picture book for little ones who are just beginning to make sense of their place in the world...
This set of three house-shaped books lets children create a mini North Pole on their bookshelf! Children will love to open each book to explore inside the miniature houses. With bright illustrations and magical surprises to find, Santa Street is a great stocking stuffer - sure to make an attractive, festive addition to any child's bookshelf.
You make me happy, you make me new. Together there's NOTHING that we cannot do.A special someone can make you happy in all sorts of ways. In this delightfully optimistic and feel-good book, Fox and Porcupine discover that blue skies or grey, EVERYTHING is better when they're together. Beautifully illustrated with a loose line, delicate touch and lashings of charm, this is the perfect gift to make ..
Celebrate those first precious years of your baby's life with this stunning journal. Record everything from your baby's favourite foods, family tree and first holiday to the first time they laughed. Space for photos, written memories and other interactive features are complemented by Alison Jay's touching artworks, producing a book that offers a truly personal memento of those important moments...
A much-loved classic, The Very Hungry Caterpillar has won over millions of readers with its vivid and colourful collage illustrations and its deceptively simple, hopeful story. With its die-cut pages and finger-sized holes to explore, this is a richly satisfying book for children.
This is a story about a boy whose head is always full of wonder. We follow him on an average-seeming school day, where his daydreams transform the world around him. Unfortunately lots of other people - the park keeper, the bus driver, the lollipop lady - all tell him to get his head out of the clouds. It is only in art class that he realises he can bring the wonder out of his head for the whole ..