Spot knows just what he wants to be when he grows up - a fireman, just like his grandpa. When he visits Grandpa at the fire station, cheeky Spot slides down the pole, climbs the ladder, soaks Grandpa with the hose and finally sounds the noisy siren.
Spot thinks he's a very good fireman, but perhaps Grandpa is not so sure!
This entertaining story, featuring the much-loved Spot, is a perfect introduction to the excitement of the fire station.
Who does Spot want to be today? A cowboy? A spaceman? A pirate? A tiger?
Or maybe a mismatch of them all . . .
Join Spot as he dresses up in lots of different fancy-dress outfits, from a goal-scoring wizard to a magical cowboy! This flip-flap book allows for a crazy array of silly and mismatched outfits, and is perfect for little hands to play with.
This fantastically fun little book flips and flaps to create 100 different Spot outfits!
Spot, Mum and Tom can't wait to visit the museum. When Spot goes missing after being distracted by the gift shop, Tom and Mum search high and low, in some unexpected places, before finding him at last.
This brand new Spot adventure is full of unexpected lift-the-flap surprises and all the fun and humour that has made the original Where's Spot? a children's classic.
A new series based on the key elements of the original Spot lift-the-flap titles, with bold, simple design and unexpected humour.
Spot story books have been delighting children and parents for years with their gentle storylines and bright, colourful scenes. Spot is always the star of these books and his experiences with his family, friends and the wider world are those experienced by very young children.
In this addition to the 'Spot Loves' titles, Spot is spending time with his Dad. They do lots of fun things together - from playing football to flying a kite to feeding ducks. Spot loves Dad, and Dad loves Spot.
This book is delightful for father and son to share together. And will make an especially lovely gift - for Father's Day, a birthday - or any other celebration day!
Everyone needs puppy love . . . all the time, everywhere!
This little book is the perfect gift for Valentine's or any time - great to share with all those who love and remember Spot from their childhood and with a new generation of Spot readers.
The carefully re-scanned artwork of this new edition captures the wonderfully nostalgic feel of Eric Hill's art and complements the sweet, understated, heartfelt text.
A fun new touch-and-feel book featuring Spot the dog, perfect for toddlers.
Join Spot and his friends on a nature day in the countryside in this fun touch-and-feel book. Spot looks for leaves, plays hide-and-seek and has a delicious picnic in the woods. This sturdy board book with touch-and-feel textures on every spread is perfect for toddlers, and complements the novelty books What Can You See, Spot? and Spot's lift-the-flap Peekaboo.
The perfect story to share with little ones who love their grandmas!
Join Spot for this classic story about all the fun things he does with Grandma. Baking cakes, making lemonade, and there's always time to read a story together.
This fun, reassuring story makes a great gift and is perfect to share at bedtime.
It's Christmas, and Spot and his friends are very excited! All the presents are wrapped up, but who's getting what? Children will love guessing what each present might be, then lifting the giant flaps to find out!
This chunky board book, featuring Spot the dog, with giant lift-the-flaps is the perfect book to share with little ones age 2 and up at Christmas time.
Eric Hill (1927-2014) started his artistic career as an art studio messenger and from there went on to become a cartoonist and eventually an art director at a leading advertising agency. In 1978 Eric made up a story about a small puppy to read to his son at bedtime and Spot was born. The success of his first bestselling lift-the-flap classic Where's Spot? in 1980 convinced him to become a full-time author, and his Spot books have been enjoyed by children around the world ever since. In 2008 he was awarded an OBE for services to children's literacy.