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Busy Day: Athlete by Dan Green (2021)

This athlete has got a busy day ahead of him. Can your little one help out? Part of the Busy Day series, tots can follow along with the athlete in this lift-the-flap book as he goes for gold. From dressing for the day and warming up, to practising the long jump and diving into the pool, this interactive book will help kids develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. 

The Dinos on the Bus by Peter Millett & Tony Neal (2021)

A new take on the classic 'The Wheels On the Bus' song, little readers can clap, roar, and sing along as a class of dinos go on their first bus journey. As the little dinosaurs go up and down, round and round, this picture book is filled with actions for tots to join in with. Are you ready? 'The dinos on the bus go roar, roar, roar...'

Smiley Eyes, Smiley Faces by Dawn McNiff & Zoe Waring (2021)

Today's toddlers are navigating and growing up in a world where it's become the norm for adults to wear face masks in certain situations. But although you might not be able to see their face all the time, it doesn't mean that there's not a happy person under that mask! In Smiley Eyes, Smiley Faces children can lift the masks of doctors, shop assistants, commuters, and more to reveal a smiley face beneath the mask.

Little Pop-Ups: Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Nila Aye (2021)

In this pop-up book, little readers can learn the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, AND get a grip on opposites. Each page spread features a fun central pop-up with a pair of opposites for children to learn! Hot or cold? Up or down? For more fairy tale pop-up books, check out the rest of the series.

Magic Windows: Weather by Libby Burns (2021)

Whatever the weather, tots will love this interactive pull-the-tabs book. Magic Windows: Weather – as you've probably guessed – teaches kids all about the different elements that come with the seasons. They'll learn how rainbows are made, what type of clouds rain falls from, and why puddles appear.

Choose Sloths by Charlie Green & Matt Hunt (2019)

Who doesn’t want to build their very own sloth squad? This wonderfully wacky book puts the power in little readers' hands; which sloth do you feel most drawn to? Which sloth would you choose to organise your birthday party? Children will enjoy picking their favourite sloths to form their own crew, and best of all there are no wrong answers! 

Little World: Under the Sea (2019)

Some will argue it’s better down where it’s wetter – and we couldn’t agree more! Curious toddlers can explore the ocean's depths with this push-and-pull book. Coral reefs, tropical fishes, unusual sea creatures; there are so many secrets to discover under the sea.

Peppa Pig: Peppa's Talent Show (2021)

Find out what Peppa’s secret talent is with this interactive storybook. Peppa fans can bring the talent show to life with 18 sound buttons whilst turning the pages of Peppa's Talent Show. This interactive sound book will excite ears and widen eyes and is the perfect present for any Peppa fan. A super one to exercise junior senses! 

Ladybird London: Search and Find by Klara Hawkins (2019)

If you take a trip through London today, you’re sure of a big surprise… From pigeons and tourists to Big Ben and the London Eye, there’s so much to see in the bustling capital city of the UK. Kids with a keen eye will enjoy spotting all the different things you can find in London along with some astonishing facts.

In a Minute (2019)

Teach your tot about time – and get them moving about – with the 60-second challenges in this book. How many star jumps they can do in a minute? How many times can they blink in a minute? How many times can they hop on one foot in a minute? Great for inquisitive children, they’ll love the bright illustrations and having you cheer them on.

Baby Touch: Food (2021)

Is your toddler a foodie? Then they will love the stimulating touch-and-feel areas throughout this bold and bright book. Featuring an array of different foods from healthy fruit and veg to delicious treats, little ones can use the tabs to easily turn the pages and learn about all the yummy things that go in your tummy!

Peppa Pig: Let’s Pretend! (2018)

When we pretend, we can be anything and anyone we want to be! What will Peppa and George be today? The choice is completely up to your tot. All the super-sized stickers at their disposal will help them imagine and explore all the different things Peppa and George could be. Doctor? Ballet dancer? Astronaut? There’s playing pretend and then there’s playing pretend with Peppa Pig and friends! 

Farm Hullaballoo! Ladybird Big Noisy Book by Justine Smith (2011)

This sturdy board book, packed full of cock-a-doodle-dos and quack quacks, will delight toddlers with a fondness for noisy time. Full of colourful illustrations and exciting sound buttons, Farm Hullaballoo! shows life on a farm with all the popular animals being introduced: there are pigs, cows, sheep, ducks, chickens, and horses. Young children will adore pressing the buttons to activate the giggle-inducing noises, as they read along with the story.

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