Illustrated by Felicia Bond. Classroom antics. Ages 3 to 7. Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser.
A ''patriotic primer'' by the wife of the vice president. All ages. Illustrated by the Disney Storybook Artists. A Hawaiian girl befriends a creature from a faraway planet. Ages 4 to 8. Illustrated by Betsy Lewin. When Farmer Brown goes on vacation, the animals live it up. The problems of finding your way through life. Ages 8 and up. The mouse returns. A day or two in the life of a busy little pig. A little pig imagines herself to be the star of the show. After falling asleep in a basket, a small hen who lives in China awakes to find herself adrift on the Li River.
Ages 5 to 9. It will also entertain adults and older children, who will really get the silly humour. With beautiful illustrations of babies born all over the world and gentle rhyming text, this charming book is perfect for sharing with little ones. Author: Publisher: Orchard Books. This bedtime read, which features a rhyming countdown, is just the thing to help little ones wind down at the end of a busy day. A fun rhyming counting book which small children will love. They can learn the words, point at the pictures, count the dinosaurs and copy their comical jigging and jiving.
Exuberant and amusing illustrations complement the text in this welcome reprint of a popular classic. Author: Mitch Benn Publisher: Gollancz. Lbbp, resident of the city of Hrrng in the country of Mlml on the distant planet Fnrr, has a problem in the shape of a tiny human baby. A powerful, accessible and revelatory novel with its finger firmly on the pulse of contemporary social and political issues.
Parker Sante hasn't spoken a word in the five years since his father died. However, he's a pretty good writer. This unusual and sensitive love and coming-of-age story features two great lead characters.
Author: Savita Kalhan Publisher: Troika. Fifteen-year-old Jeevan witnesses two teachers snogging and more in the woods, and films it on his phone.
But should he share this on social media? Funny, thought-provoking and very well-written, with some truths about racism amid the humour. In the long hot summer of , planes are doing battle over the channel, and the south coast of England is braced for a German invasion. People call him 'That Pesky Rat', but he longs for a real name, a home and someone to care for him.
Lucy is a clever little cat who knows how to do everything. She can eat with a spoon and fork, play the xylophone, even fold fabulous paper stars. In fact, all her friends ask her for help if they cannot do something.
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When Toshi the panda arrives from far away, Lucy doesn't understand why he does everything differently. She becomes increasingly frustrated wh…. A different bear is introduced on each page of this colourful board book, but there is something not quite right about most of them.
Lots of different fairies are introduced throughout this book, but none of them are quite right. Her wings are too fluffy. This sturdy touch and feel book features a succession of colourful frogs, from one with silky feet, to another with bumpy spots, to another with shiny toes. One of a growing series of touch and feel board books with interesting textures and shapes for inquisitive fingers to explore. This monster-themed book is an entertaining addition to the much-loved That's Not My This sturdy and durable board book is perfect for the very youngest children, with touch and feel images full of interesting textures and shapes that are ideal for small fingers to explore.
Alfie Monk looks like any other year old boy.
However, as the title suggests, he is actually 1,years old. Author: Carla Spradbery Publisher: Hodder. Readers who are happy to suspend their disbelief will revel in a plot that races along with thrills, scares and entire shoals of red herrings littering the path to a gripping and tortuous climax.
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Three children set out to rescue their Professor Ampersand and his six companions from an evil organisation. With minimal text per page and brilliant black-and-white illustrations taking up most of the space, the story zips past at lightning speed and is a really easy, funny read. Best friends Andy and Terry live in an incredible treehouse, but when their publisher's grandchildren come to stay, things soon get out of control. In his first book for young adults, Sherman Alexie tells the story of budding artist Junior, a year-old Native American. For as long as she can remember, the end of October has been the beginning of the Accident Season for seventeen-year-old Cara and her family: cuts, falls and broken bones.
A spooky and psychological modern classic with a twist.
Before he knows it, Joe is thrust straight through the limelight and into a seat at Number Kevin's just your everyday year-old, obsessed with phones and becoming a secret agent. The only reason readers will put down this book is because they're laughing too much to hold onto it. When Alfie Onion helps his brother Magnifico on a quest to secure a princess wife, things don't quite go as his fairytale-obsessed mother had planned. A hero does rise - just not the one everyone expected. Seeing the world from the imaginary friend's viewpoint, rather than the child's, sheds fresh light on this familiar yet magical friendship.
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A charming collection of short stories about eccentric Miss Petitfour, who loves adventures and always travels by tablecloth with her sixteen cats. The story of the wooden puppet who learns goodness and becomes a real boy is famous the world over, and has been familiar in English for over a century.
A retelling of 11 Robin Hood stories, from his fight with Little John to the firing of his last arrow in humorous comic-strip format. Author: Publisher: Oxford University Press. Baker Street will forever be associated with the famous pipe-smoking detective and his amiable sidekick Dr Watson. We all know that the dish ran away with the spoon but Mini Grey's new book explores what happened to the nursery rhyme characters next. The New Cut Gang are a rag-tag group of resourceful young rascals who get up to all manner of adventures on the streets of Victorian Lambeth.