Sheep aren't exactly renowned for their organization skills, so when 71 sheep arrange a game of soccer, things are always going to get interesting. When their ball gets stuck in a tree, how will all the sheep cooperate to retrieve it? And when an unexpected danger presents... read more
The Flying Optometrist travels in his little red aeroplane from his practice in the city to a remote outback town. Lots of people are waiting for him! Aunty can't see well enough to carve her emu eggs and Bill the plumber has a splinter in his eye. Young Stephanie can't... read more
Each day when the Queen wakes up, three maids dress her, two more style her hair, and her butler James makes her tea. But when she grows dissatisfied with her brew, the Queen and James set out in search of the perfect cup. With each stop on their hot... read more
Rodney is a small turtle with a BIG dream. All he wants is to be larger. Then one day, Rodney's dream comes true - or does it? It?s all a matter of perspective!
2019 marks 50 years since The Very Hungry Caterpillar first munched his way through a variety of delicious food - and our hearts. To celebrate this milestone, we are releasing a limited hardback edition of this beloved class... read more
|Author:||Ian Whybrow; Tim Warnes (Illustrator)|
|Series:||Say Hello Ser.|
Join the baby tyrannosaurus rex as he meets lots of other dinosaurs in this prehistoric adventure. From the hungry diplodocus to the powerful triceratops, toddlers will love saying hello to all their favourite dinosaurs and joining in with the noises.With simple rh... read more
Let's count kissesEveryone's been fed.Let's count kisses.It's nearly time for bed. One for the koala - quick, he's nearly fast asleep!Two for the kangaroo and her joey snuggled deep . . . In this charming bedtime story, Aussie animals are get... read more
How can you smell? How does your nose work? What is it made of? The ideal first introduction to the five senses, Science in Action explores the human body using fun experiments and activities. Senses provide all sorts of information about what is going on aroun... read more
Eddie Frogbert was the pride and joy of his family. He wasnt like the other frogs. He was not the biggest or the bravest. With his feet firmly on the ground, Eddie left the hippity-hop to the other frogs.
Two small children discover the beauty and wonder of nature in their very own backyard in this beautifully illustrated story from award-winning author Libby Hathorn. Come explore your backyard. Who knows what you'll find? A butterfly, a frog, a bird . . . maybe ... read more
The brown dog often visits Henry on rainy, grey afternoons. Usually he doesn't hang around for long. But this time the brown dog decides to stay and Henry needs to find a way to make him leave. Gina Inverarity's evocative text and Greg Holfeld's beautiful illustrations provide t... read more
|Reading Level:||Children's - Kindergarten, Age 5-6|
|Awards:||Winner of British Book Awards: Children's Book of the Year 2005.|
Join the Gruffalo's Child as she searches for the mysterious Big Bad Mouse, soar through the sky with the witch and her animal friends, travel the world with the little snail and the humpback whale and enjoy the world inside a book with Charlie Cook! The Gruffalo's Chi... read more