"Nappies are YUUECH!" said the Little Princess. "There must be something better!" At first, the Little Princess thinks the royal potty is even worse, but she soon learns to love it... even if it isn't always there when she needs it! Tony Ross's hilarious account of royal potty training will amuse young children and help their parents.
One day, the Little Princess decides she wants a boyfriend. After searching everywhere, Donald is proclaimed as the Royal Boyfriend. But the Little Princess soon finds out boyfriends aren't nearly as fun as she thinks!
A hilarious take on Men Are From Mars Women Are From Venus for the pre-school set!
Daisy Dirt's dad is a dustman on the dole, but her mum has remarried a Duke and is a filthy rich Duchess. Poor Daisy doesn't know whether she's coming or going, whether she's rich or poor - until everything changes . . .
Based on the classic 'Happy Families' card game, this highly entertaining series is ideal for reading and sharing at home or at school. It is guided by the Education Adviser, Brian Thompson, and written by the award-winning author, Allan Ahlberg.
'The best thing to happen to beginner readers since Dr Seuss' Children's Rights Workshop.
When things start going wrong around the castle everyone blames the Little Princess. No matter how much she cries, "I didn't do it!", no one believes her. Upset, the Little Princess goes off to hide and finds out who really is to blame!
Harry and the family have gone to the beach but it's too sunny and he's one hot dog! There's nowhere else for him to get some shade than under a pile of seaweed! The only problem is that now everyone thinks he's a sea monster and he can't find his family.
This is the third classic story from the Harry series and is as fresh and funny as when it was first written.