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Published: 5 Oct 2017
Mummy's tummy is growing round -- the new baby's coming. What will I do, I wonder, to welcome the new baby?
As the seasons pass, Emma makes her own song from the sounds she hears, all to share with her new little brother when he finally arrives. This sweet, lyrical story is a celebration of sounds and seasons, nature and family.
A beautiful, reassuring book, perfect for any child preparing for a new little sister or brother.
Published: 5 May 2016
Published: 3 Sep 2009
Danny and June are bored. So June dares Danny to go with her to wake the Marty Monster.
Over the shark-infested seas they sail, climbing up the high mountain where the dangerous wolves lurk, past the jungles where the fierce wildcats stalk, round the bubble lake where the blubber blob bathes, to the cave of the Marty Monster...
Published: 1 Jan 1999
"I don't know anything about babysitting," Betsy says to Ria and Josh.
So the children let her know all the wild things that they get up to when they have a babysitter. But Ria and Josh discover they aren't the only ones who can be wild...
A fantastic, funny reminder that sometimes being good can be the most fun of all.
Published: 1 Sep 2011
Published: 3 Sep 2009
Published: 4 Jun 2009
Published: 1 Feb 1994
It's the summer holidays, and a new girl arrives at the park. She's mean and bossy. She boasts about her house, with its lake full of boy-eating crocodiles, its dungeon towers and worse hazards. When the new girl's mother hands out party invitations, the children are naturally not so keen. Their parents think the party is a lovely idea and they agree to take the children.
The new girl's house does not have any horrible hazards, and the party is great fun. When it comes to blowing out the candles, the new girl makes a wish... that she can play with the children.
Published: 1 Apr 2010
Published: 4 Sep 2008
Jellybean is a little girl longing to learn about the world and make friends. But is she ready to leave Mum behind and start school? At first Jellybean is nervous, but her new teacher brings magic into the classroom. And Jellybean's imagination brings her new surroundings to life in many wild and wonderful ways.
An inspiring must-read for all children about to start school or nursery.
Published: 1 Aug 2013
Published: 1 Jul 2007
Published: 7 Apr 2011
Published: 1 Oct 2009
Published: 29 Apr 2010
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