A Ladybird Book: Animals

Help little ones learn first animal names with this beautiful gift book, featuring iconic and original images from the 1950s and 60s. Taken from favourite vintage Ladybird books such as The ZooThe Farm and Pets, each of the stunningly detailed 26 pictures will delight adults and children alike

My First Animals: Ladybird Learners

This fun board book introduces tots to first concepts and themes. It's an exciting introduction to first animal words and features lively illustrations of animals in their different environments. Little ones will love to look and find, and talk about their favourite animals. There is lots of opportunity to extend your child's vocabulary too.

Peppa Pig: Peppa’s First Pet 

Everyone loves their first pet and Peppa is no different. But what kind of pet does Peppa have? It’s gold and swims in a bowl… it’s Goldie the goldfish, of course! Join Peppa, Mummy Pig and George on an adventure in this fun, interactive and educational story. It’s perfect for children who’ve got their first pet or simply love Peppa and friends!

Topsy and Tim: At the Farm

Topsy and Tim are always finding fun adventures in the real world, and this story is reassuring for young children having first experiences of their own. In Topsy and Tim At the Farm, the children meet all kinds of interesting animals. They help collect eggs from the chickens, and find some little ducklings learning how to swim. They are a little bit frightened when they get chased by some large geese, but Farmer Stewart soon finds them a nice job to do.

The Speckly, Pecky Egg: Ladybird Little Explorers

A chicken, a duck and a sheep are launched into the air on an incredible adventure in a hot air balloon. The maiden voyage is told from the Clouk the chicken’s point of view, making it a unique and hilarious story of ballooning, bravery and above the clouds brilliance. An exciting and fun book with heaps of humour for added chuckles, this is ideal for young readers.

Hey Duggee: Duggee's Nature Activity Book

Join Duggee and the Squirrel Club in the great outdoors! Collect leaves, paint your own pebbles, leave a slimy snail trail across your book and much, much more! Head outside to complete these fun activities, spot loads of animals and earn your Squirrel Club badges. This activity book also includes a sheet of press-out card activities, for added rainy-day fun.

Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom: Outdoor Explorers Sticker Activity Book

With Nanny Plum and the Wise Old Elf, nature class is tons of fun! The Little Kingdom is bursting with acorns and flowers, woodpeckers and bees. In this sticker book, you can help Ben and Holly solve outdoor puzzles, colour in creatures and play leapfrog with their animal friends. There's so much to explore!

Farm Hullaballoo! Ladybird Big Noisy Book

Farm Hullaballoo is a noisy book with big, pressable buttons. Full of colourful illustrations, this sound book is brimming with detailed pictures of life on a farm. There are labels on each picture to introduce animal names to children and help develop their vocabulary. Why not try and spot the pigs, cows, sheep, ducks and chicken, as you read through together?

Baby Touch: Moo! Moo! Tab Book

Babies and toddlers will love this interactive touch-and-feel Moo! Moo! tab book. Use the animal-shaped tabs to help turn the pages and find and name the different bright farm-themed pictures throughout, from cow and pig to tractor and barn. There are also big, stimulating touch-and-feel areas to stroke and talk about on every page.

The Little Elephant Who Wants to Fall Asleep by Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin | Ladybird

Who wouldn’t want to go with Ellen the Elephant on a magical journey through the forest that leads to sleep? Ellen is the kindest and bravest elephant in the world but is quite tired as she makes her way to bed. Meeting fantastical, calming characters in the enchanted forest Ellen soon finds herself drifting off to sleep… From the author of The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep, it features new child-tested, parent-approved techniques to help little ones fall soundly asleep at bedtime or naptime. Just like Ellen the Elephant. Zzzzz.

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