Poppy and her friends dress up as their favourite fictional characters to celebrate reading week. Poppy becomes Alice in Wonderland, Honey is Little Red Riding Hood, Sweetpea is Cinderella and Mimosa is the Little Mermaid.
But Poppy is so distracted by thoughts of fairytales and fantasy that she forgets all about her special book presentation -- what will Miss Mallow say?
Celebrate books and reading, stories and storytelling in this brand new Poppy story full of fairytale magic.
Join Poppy on a camper van adventure that takes her to the enchanting campsite, Fairy Moon. Together with her new friend Jonny, Poppy has fun discovering all sorts of wonderful wildlife – and could she even have spotted a real unicorn?
Before long Poppy’s imagination runs wild and leads her into danger . . .
It's time for the Honeypot Hill Talent Contest! Poppy and Honey are so excited, but among the many acts, how will Poppy stand out? Can Grandpa and a new banjo-playing boy help Poppy to wow the judges and dance her way to a win?
Featuring a brand new family, the Blooms, amazing acts and dazzling dance routines, this new Princess Poppy story is perfect for tiny dancers everywhere!
Learn how to create tiaras and finger food for your Perfect Princess Party, or get ready for the festive season with some wonderful Winter Wonderland recipe and gift ideas! There's plenty to keep you busy all through the year.
With clearly illustrated step-by-step instructions, you'll be able to make (and bake) along with Poppy.
So what are you waiting for? Princess Poppy can't wait to share her favourite recipes and crafts with you!
A brand-new story in the best-selling Princess Poppy series, with a right royal theme perfect for the Jubilee!
Princess Poppy is so excited! It's the annual dress-up parade and this year the theme is royalty. She can't wait to get her glad rags on. But there's a lot to do before the fun can begin and everyone must muck in - including Poppy. The trouble is she keeps getting distracted . . .
Find out whether everything will be ready in time for the parade to go ahead.
With royal fancy dress, the Honeypot Hill Olympics and a super street party, this Poppy book is absolutely bursting with perfect princess fun.
Poppy and Honey are thrilled when Madam Angelwing starts advanced ballet classes. At first, Poppy loves the extra lessons, but soon gives them up when she begins to feel that ballet is taking over her life. Honey decides to stick with the classes as Madam has told her she's good enough to be a professional ballerina when she grows up.
Now, when Honey isn't at dance class she's either practicing ballet or reading about it - she just doesn't have any time for Poppy anymore.
Will Honey's ballet dreams come true? And will things ever be the same between Poppy and Honey?
Poppy and Honey play together every break time until the day when Poppy decides to join the Blossom Tree Club. She simply can't wait to be one of the gang but Honey is not so keen, she is perfectly happy playing fairy princesses with Poppy.
Things soon go wrong when the club members start picking on Honey and when they not only break the blossom tree but smash the school green house during Poppy's induction into the club.
Find out what happens to the bullies - and whether Poppy will be brave enough to stand up for her best friend - in this delightful story, with a story CD read by Tamsin Grieg.
Poppy is putting on a play in her garden! But there's so much to do - she will need tickets and costumes and actors and a story. Her best friend Honey is taking part, and so are her cousins Daisy and Edward. Everyone in the village will be there for the performance, so Poppy wants to make sure everything is just perfect. But when Poppy starts ordering everyone around, the others name her Princess Bossy Boots, and won't help her any more.
What should Poppy do to save the play?Join Poppy as she learns a valuable lesson, and listen along as well with a fab CD read by the perfectly princessy Tamzin Outwaite.
After a trip to visit her teenage cousin, Daisy, in Camomile Cove, Poppy is desperate to be as cool as she thinks Daisy is. In order to fulfill her ambition Poppy decides that the first thing she needs to help her become a bit cooler is money. Along with her best friend, Honey, Poppy dreams up some brilliant money-making schemes. The second thing Poppy thinks she needs is more freedom. She is fed up with being treated like a baby.
Find out whether Poppy and Honey's money-making ideas are a success and more importantly, will they be allowed to sing backing vocals in Daisy's band and join Daisy and all her cool school friends for the end of term BBQ and bike ride at Camomile Cove?
Join Poppy on her journey to become the Pocket Money Princess!
When Grandpa gets ill Poppy can't think about anything else because she is so worried about him. She is missing him such a lot that she can't even concentrate on practicing for her gym club competition which is most unlike her as she is usually desperate to do the best that she can.
When Poppy visits him in hospital she hardly recognizes Grandpa because he's looking so pale and thin, but when she sees his familiar stripey pyjamas and starts chatting away to him about what she's been up to, she knows it's him after all.
Every time she visits, Poppy is sure that Grandpa is looking a little bit better and convinced that her wish for him to be home by the weekend will come true.
Find out how Poppy helps Grandpa to get well again - and whether she will be a gym princess after all - in this delightful story, with a story CD read by Tamsin Greig.
Children can now enjoy their favourite Poppy story, time and time again with this brilliant picture book and CD set, read by Tamzin Outhwaite.
It's Poppy's birthday and she's really excited. She simply can't wait to be a birthday princess! But everyone seems so busy - it's as if no one cares about her enough to remember her special day.
They can't all have forgotten . . . can they?
Poppy is so excited! Her cousin Daisy's band, the Beach Babes, is entering a local talent contest which is being held in Camomile Cove and she and Honey are going to be backing singers. With a great new song and a fab dance routine, Poppy is sure they're going to win - that is until she reads about rival band Lilac and the Mermaids in the local paper . . .
Find out what happens when Poppy, Honey, and even Grandpa get competitive! Will she ever get to be a pop star princess?
Poppy is thrilled because there is to be another wedding in Honeypot Hill. She adores the fairytale romance of it all but is makes her realize that her parents hardly ever do anything together. Poppy soon starts to worry that they don't love each other any more.
Find out what happens and whether Poppy's plans to bring a bit of fairytale romance to her mum and dad work out . . .
Poppy and Honey can't wait for Saffron's wedding. They are going to be bridesmaids, and they both have the most beautiful dresses to wear!
Everyone in Honeypot Hill is busy making sure that Saffron and David's wedding is the most perfect day ever. But just before the ceremony, disaster strikes - and it's all Poppy's fault . . .
Will Poppy be brave enough to do the right thing so that Saffron's special day can be perfect after all?
Poppy is so excited that her mum is going to have twins and she can't wait for them to be born. But when the babies come at last, things don't turn out quite as Poppy expected and her life is turned upside own!
Will Poppy learn to get used to life with the twins and realize that whatever happens she is still Mum's little princess?
When Poppy and her best friend Honey go to Riverside Stables, they fall in love with a gorgeous chesnut pony called Twinkletoes. But poor Twinkletoes is not well, and the girls must help to get him better before they can ride him. But it takes for ever.
Will Poppy and Honey ever get to be proper pony princesses?
It's Fair Day in Honeypot Hill, and Poppy is almost bursting with excitement! There's a carousel, ice cream and the Fair Day Ball that night. And she finds the most perfect princess dress at cousin Saffron's stall . . . but will she have enough pennies to buy it?
There's even an extra special surprise in store for Saffron at the Fair Day Ball . . .
Duchess, the Barley Farm sheepdog, has given birth to ten puppies.
Poppy and Honey can't wait to see them. The puppies are so adorable that they visit them every single day and Poppy secretly wishes she could have one as her very own pet. But when Mrs Meadowsweet tells them it is time for the puppies to be sold Poppy is worried that they will all go to other families.
Find out whether Poppy's wish comes true and what Mum and Dad think of her plans.
Janey was born in Edinburgh and grew up by the seaside just outside the city. Janey published the first two Princess Poppy books herself (with her own illustrations) and the books were so popular that Random House Children's Books soon bought the series and re-packaged the books. The series is now going from strength to strength, including picture books, novels for young readers, activity books and sumptuous gift books.