Author: Joel Franz Rosell Playing alone or in a team? How many shared emotions Little Cat was missing before meeting Duck, Squirrel, Rabbit and Hedgehog.
Author: Lenka Uhlířová The English translation of very successful book. The Little Man lives happily in his little world and doesn’t have to hurry anywhere when he’s got enough noodles. He has a dream, however, and as we all know, dreams mean trouble – they don’t leave anyone in peace, not even little people.
Author: Fiona Watt Bright, eye-catching illustrations will catch the attention of even tiny babies. Little hands will find lots to explore in this bright and vibrant board book full of textured fingertrails to follow and touchy-feely patches. Award: PROGRESSIVE PRESCHOOL AWARDS - 2013
Author: Sam Taplin A cosy collection of six baby animal stories for little children. Each gentle story features a different baby animal finding out about the world: Fox and badger make friends, Little rabbit learns new words, Snow bear wants to be grown up, and Little elephant meets her reflection.
Author: Felicity Brooks A charming and colourful picture wordbook about life on a farm, ideal for teaching babies and young children farm-related words. Scenes include the farmyard, in the fields, milking time, the henhouse, the vegetable garden and the farm at night.
Author: Kenneth Grahame A beautiful gift edition of Kenneth Grahame’s timeless classic, enchantingly illustrated and told in its complete and unabridged form. Join Mole, Ratty, Badger and Mr. Toad in their adventures and antics, from venturing into the dark and dangerous Wild Wood to simply messing about in boats.
Author: Lara Williamson This book is a brave, bold and funny debut about family in all its shapes and sizes. I'm Dan Hope and deep inside my head I keep a list of things I want to come true. Award: HILLINGTON SECONDARY BOOK - 2015
Author: Kirsteen Robson A collection of fun and simple mazes for young children to solve, colourfully illustrated and with lots of things to spot, count and talk about. Help the squirrel find his way up the tree, along the branches and up to the nuts; the jellyfish free herself from a tangle of seaweed; a rocket navigate a route through the galaxy, and...
Author: Fiona Patchett Vivid, full colour illustrations and photographs on every page, accompanied by short, informative text. Developed with reading experts at the University of Roehampton. Great reading practice for children who prefer fact to fiction.
Author: Joel Franz Rosell Different types of families and social situations are represented in this picture book, with the focus on the summer, the beach, the mountains andholidays in general and on another way of enjoying our leisure time.
Author: Arianna Papini Fish, owl, crocodile? Wild or tame, all of them want to be other different animals, in this linked and round story about the power of imagination. Awards: Finalist of 4th INTERNATIONAL COMPOSTELA PRIZE for picture books - 2011
Author: Tim Bowley Amelia's quirks are in perfect harmony with her cunning. If the grown-ups say 'no', what better strategy than to ask for the impossible? A tale of unconventional, child-proof pets. Awards: NATIONAL READING PLAN (PNL Portugal)