A colourful introduction to the alphabet with cut-out finger trails which help children to learn the shapes of the capital letters. Meet an alligator with an accordion, a bear in a bubble bath, some fabulous flamingos with fans, and much more in this charming introduction to the alphabet. Gorgeous illustrations, irresistible finger trails and alphabetical […]
This delightful book introduces very little children to over 150 everyday words. Elisa Ferro’s bright and vibrant illustrations are full of things to spot and talk about, and bring this new vocabulary to life.
This bulging compendium is loaded with all-new jaw-dropping, eye-popping, brain-bending facts and bright, bold photography! • It pairs the planet’s weirdest facts with the coolest and strangest true stories • From magical minerals and venomous jellyfish to the most peculiar place names and superhuman swimmers • Explores animals, geography, science, human achievement and lots more […]
In the grand tradition of The Book with No Pictures and This Is a Ball, comes a brand-new read-aloud to get everyone laughing WARNING: Reading this book out loud may cause fits of giggles. If symptoms persist, read it again to appreciate our weird and wonderful language. And whatever you do, don’t say POO!
A book for anyone and everyone who finds themselves going through big change, hard times, bad luck or tough sh∗it. A book for right now, as it turns out. From Bev Aisbett, Australia’s bestselling author with decades of experience helping people through anxiety, depression and panic attacks, Cruising Through Calamity is a much-needed new book […]
With a spare, inspiring text and gorgeous watercolor illustrations, this is a timeless and important book for activists of all ages. This hardcover picture book is perfect for sharing and for gifting. Sometimes people march to resist injustice, to stand in solidarity, to inspire hope. Throughout American history, one thing remains true: no matter how […]
Starting with spring, this book explains how flowers, trees, insects and animals change and adapt through summer, autumn and finally winter, before returning to spring again. It’s filled with delicate, soft illustrations and simple, easy-to-read text.
Newbery Medalist Paul Fleischman reflects on his childhood with his award-winning father, Sid Fleischman, and details his own path to becoming a writer in this memorable book that is part memoir, part travelogue, and part reflection on craft and creativity. No Map, Great Trip is an excellent choice for aspiring authors, language arts classrooms, and […]
Peep under flaps and through holes to explore the snowiest places on Earth in this little wintry book. Peep under the snow to see polar bear cubs coming out of their den, seals and narwhals in the icy sea, peep behind penguins near the South Pole to meet their fluffy chicks, and peep behind the […]