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Published: 4 May 2006
Published: 7 Apr 2005
Russell, Grunt and Snort are three pigs with a plan. They're fed up with the farm, so they escape in search of a better life.
But the big wide world holds much more danger than these plucky pigs have banked on - it'll take quick thinking and a lot of luck to save their bacon!
Published: 6 Jun 2013
This is a fully-illustrated, 32-page picture book for children by the authors of A STREET CAT NAMED BOB.
When Bob finds a lost little puppy in the park, he remembers what it's like to be homeless and hungry so he does all he can to help his new friend.
Perfect for younger fans of Bob the cat and James Bowen.
Published: 24 Sep 2015
Megan is afraid of the dark, and sometimes she just can't get to sleep. But one special night, a star falls from the sky and shows Megan how magical the nightime can be.
But what will happen when Megan's star needs to go back home?
Published: 27 Aug 2015
A big sister is horrified when she can't fit into her swimming costume. Her BOTTOM IS SOO BIG! But her little sister has some good advice.
There follows a wonderful romp through history and fairyland, as the little sister explains exactly why a big bottom can be useful. Father Christmas needs one for crash landings and, if you are a queen, a big bum is vital to keep you comfy while sitting on your throne . . .
Once again Nicholas Allan combines laugh-out-loud humour with real insight that cannot fail to raise a smile.
Published: 5 Feb 2004
From the illustrator of WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE.
Little Bear loves to go on adventures and Mother Bear is always there when he needs her. In this book he goes to the moon, plays in the snow and there's even a surprise birthday party. Just what will he get up to next?
Full of warm and lovingly playful stories that are perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences on their own.
Published: 30 Jul 2015
Too much kissing?
Little Bear sends Grandmother a picture, and she likes it so much she asks Hen to take him a thank-you kiss. But Hen passes the kiss to Frog, who passes it to Cat, and on and on—will Little Bear ever get his kiss?
An illustrated children's picture book prequel to the worldwide bestseller A Street Cat Named Bob and The World According to Bob – perfect for very young fans. A moving and uplifting tale about one cat in search of a friend that will melt your heart.
"[Bob] has entranced London like no feline since the days of Dick Whittington" Evening Standard
Published: 24 Apr 2014
When the 'delightfully different, bright yellow and rather scruffy' Dandylion joins Miss Gardener's neat and tidy class, chaos and fun follow. But after one messy incident too many he's told to go home - he just doesn't fit in. It doesn't take long, however, for everyone to realise that too much neatness and order isn't always a good thing and everyone's desperate for Dandylion to return!
At last, Dandylion feels like a wildflower in the right place!
An empowering story about friendship, diversity and finding your place.
Plum has lots of favourite things: catching sticks, her bear, her bed – but really LOVE is her absolute favourite thing. She loves her family, and they love her. But trouble loves Plum too; sometimes she just can’t help doing slightly naughty things.
Will everyone still love Plum then?
An exuberant celebration of love, mischief and a very childlike joie-de-vivre.
Emma Chichester Clark began the website Plumdog Blog in 2012, chronicling the real-life adventures of her lovable “whoosell” (whippet, Jack Russell and poodle cross), Plum. Emma soon gained thousands of loyal Plumdog devotees, and in 2014 a book of the blog was published by Jonathan Cape. This picture book story is the first Plumdog book for children.
Miles is a very difficult dog... Until he is given his very own motor car and learns to love the open road!
This enigmatic story is a joy to read, gently exploring the transformational power of freedom. John's distinctive, expressive artwork is stunning, whether it's his instantly recognisable characters or the expansive, contemplative spreads of colour, as Miles discovers the joys of the road. This is a story that children will immediately engage with, while parents absorb the magically nostalgic air and subtle celebration of change and growing up.
Lucy has her school things ready. She has a new grey skirt, a pair of brown shoes, a pencil case and a satchel. Tom wishes that he had a satchel too.
Full of warmth and good humour, the happy simplicity of childhood is captured in this richly illustrated, classic picture book about two young children’s first experience of school.
Published: 7 Jul 2016