"I've got you, and you've got me - so we'll be all right" . . .
One day, adventurous Mouse sets off to find the moon with his Marvellous Moon Map, leaving his worried friend Bear behind. But as the Woods get darker, and the weather gets worse, Mouse soon realizes that he needs more than just the Moon Map to find his way . . .
An emotional and atmospheric tale of true friendship, beautifully told by Teresa Heapy with stunning illustrations from Waterstones Prizewinning David Litchfield
"Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair . . . "
Very Little Rapunzel is little. Very Little. But she has enough long dark hair to cause a lot of trouble, especially when her friend the Very Little Prince comes over to play, and brings with him some pesky headlice... How will Mummy cope with all that hair to and such a tiny comb?
From the award-winning creators of Very Little Red Riding Hood.
Just like her pal, Red Riding Hood, Very Little Cinderella is little. Very little. But she's got a very BIG personality and one way or another she usually seems to bend others to her will. Albeit very charmingly.
Join Very Little Cinderella on her very important mission: to go to the party that her Ugly Sisters are off to and to wear the outfit of her choice – however crazy it may be!
With a Big Blue Scooter, an array of fabulous frocks and a Fairy Godmother for a babysitter what could go wrong?
Will Very Little Cinderella make it to the party?
Find out in this fantastic fairy tale twist!
Very Little Red Riding Hood is little. Very little. She's brave and bossy, fearless and determined, loving and funny. And like all toddlers she likes everything just so – woe betide anyone and anything that gets in her way!
Join Very Little Red Riding Hood on a very important expedition to her Grandmama's for a sleepover.
She's got some cakes, she's got red ted, she's got her blanket and she's got her tea set. And NOTHING is going to get in the way of her well-laid plans. Not even a Wolf!
Will they all live happily ever after?
Find out in Very Little Red Riding Hood's very big adventure.
Teresa swapped the office desk for the kitchen table in 2009, having worked as a Commissioning Editor for Oxford University Press for several years and deciding that what she really wanted to do was write books. Since then, she has written about gorillas, Batman, the ugly duckling and green goo (not all in the same book) for Raintree, Pearson, OUP and HarperCollins. In her spare time, she does comedy improvisation and plays the ukulele. She lives in Oxford, England, with her husband and three children.