|Author:||Justine Clarke and Arthur Baysting|
"Look! Look! It's the Gobbledygook! He's reading his favourite mon-story book. He's taking a look at his mon-story friends. And this is where the story really begins...When a monster jumps right out of the Gobbledygook's library book, it takes a bi... read more
"Something is coming. Can you see? It snuffles and gruffles. What can it be? Look! Look! It's a Gobbledygook! It's ripping up pages and eating a book! "
|Awards:||Shortlisted for Laugh Out Loud Book Awards: Picture Book 2016.|
From masterful storyteller Sean Taylor and exciting, celebrated graphic artist Jean Jullien, comes the laugh-out-loud tale of Hoot Owl. Hoot Owl is no ordinary owl - oh no! - he's a master of disguise! And he will use his expert camouflage powers to trick his un... read more
|Series:||Guess How Much I Love You|
|Reading Level:||Children's - Kindergarten, Age 5-6|
"I love you right up to the moon - and back." The story of Little and Big Nutbrown Hares' efforts to express their love for each other has become a publishing phenomenon, selling more than 18 million copies worldwide. First published nearly15 years ago, this lovely new edition is one that children will ask for time and again,
'Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul'-Emily Dickinson
This is a story about hope, kindness and redemption set in a grey dystopian world. When a great feather drifts from the leaden sky, two children recognise its extraordinariness and take it to the village... read more
Rabbit would like a friend. What can he do to find one? For any little Rabbits - or Dragons, Sheep, Roosters or Rats - and anyone else who has ever needed a friend. A story about finding your place, with the animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
The second hilarious title from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Kate Beaton.
The perfect gift for any family expecting a new baby, this is a laugh-out-loud take on the joy (and exhaustion!) of having a new lovable little tyrant. All hail King Baby!
King Baby... read more
When Dolly paints a picture of Jack that looks like a slug, and Jack paints a picture of Dolly that looks like a pumpkin, they fall out big time! But after some time alone to think and calm down, they realise they can't stay angry at each other forever.
Farmer John's rusty old tractor lies locked in the shed. Rusty yet trusty and orangey-red. When the rain comes and the river rises, will Farmer John's tractor be able to save the day?
Small children take great delight in rides - whether by bicycle, car, boat, or plane. And best of all is taking the bus, because the bus is for everyone!
A story of visiting the bookshop for the first time from the multi-award-winning Lucy Cousins. Maisy goes to the bookshop to buy a new book, and she also wants to get one as a present for her friend Tallulah. The bookshop shelves are packed full of amazing books! T... read more
When Go Go is allowed to buy the most beautiful shoes ever, she decides she will wear them EVERYWHERE!
Even to the creek, where she and her brothers go adventuring.
But - Oh no, Go Go! - that's when a terrible thing happens...