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Pete the Bee Book 5 is a collection of five stories about Pete the bee who lives in a barn on a rescue farm written by British author Paul Cook. Pete shares many adventures with his friends who include Shebdon the shire horse, Brandon the fly and Greggor the goose. These light-hearted stories can be enjoyed by children of any age over two years old.Show more
Folk tales are a living source of wisdom, love and good. So where do you begin to introduce the child to the book, how not from the wonderful spiritual Russian fairy tales! This is always an interesting story, vivid characters and a wise life lesson. There can be no fairy tale without a good finale, where good conquers evil. And for this, both adults and children so love these stories, wonderful and heartfelt. Include your child "Golden collection of fairy tales" at night! Let him dream of fairy-tale dreams!Show more
Quentin was a duck with a very quick quack. 'QUCK!' said Quentin. 'What's wrong with me?' Quentin's quack has lost its A. Do any of the other animals have one to spare? Not likely! APES don't want to be PES. SNAKES don't want to be SNKES. PANDAS don't want to be PNDAS or even PANDS. Will Quentin be stuck with a very quick QUCK?! (P) Hodder Children's Books 2017Show more
A crucial lesson is delivered in this gentle tale about the importance of not letting strangers into school-even if that stranger is just a furry puppy! Author Becky Coyle learned firsthand how a child's trusting innocence can put them in danger in her role as an elementary-school resource officer, and she was inspired to create this School Safety series to explain school safety to young children in a fun and engaging way.Show more
A school resource officer plays a diverse role in the school community and has many duties and responsibilities. In Police In Our School, kids learn about the important role their school resource officer plays in the protection of their school. Becky Coyle learned firsthand how children can misunderstand officer's roles in schools through her work as an elementary-school resource officer. It inspired her to create this School Safety series to explain school safety concepts to young children in a fun and engaging way.Show more
The Lockdown Drill teaches students the importance of listening to their teacher and their school resource officer during school drills. Using fun characters and engaging rhymes, The Lockdown Drill explains safe emergency practices to young children in a non-threatening manner. In her work as an elementary-school resource officer, Becky Coyle learned firsthand how misinformation can affect student performance during emergency procedures and was inspired to create this School Safety series to explain school safety to young children in a fun and engaging way.Show more
Chompy LOVES his carrots, so when he hears about an ancient carrot formula that gives super-powered eyesight, he just has to find it! But when the journey leads Chompy and his pals to the mysterious mansion of Doc Peppa, strange things begin to happen! Perfect for ages 4 - 9.Show more
A furry white puppy, a disaster in the park, and a surprise coin: for Jacob they all have something to do with that great big new word called consequencesthat Dad talked about, and Jacob doesn't think he is going to like it very much. Will the scoop of cold, sweet, delicious blue swirl ice cream finally help Jacob see that before he does a thing, it is always best to think about what might happen? When Jacob is forced to stand by while Jenna and Cristian enjoy the balloon contest, will he finally learn an important truth about making choices? featuring sound effects with the narration.Show more
The hilarious sequel to the bestselling Oi Frog! will have children rolling around with laughter. Shortlisted for the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award 2016. Frog's had enough, he's the changing the status quo! Cat insists that there are rules - only mules sit on stools, no one but hares should sit on chairs and however irritating, dogs MUST sit on frogs. 'Well, I'm changing the rules,' said the frog. 'From now on, dogs sit on logs, not frogs!' And everyone else is going to have to sit somewhere else too. Will Cat want to sit on gnats instead of cushy mats? Will spiders like sitting on gliders? Will whales be happy to sit on nails? And, most importantly, where is FROG going to sit? (P) 2017 Hodder Children's BooksShow more
Jam-packed with the silliest of animals, this bestselling rhyming story will have the youngest of readers in fits of laughter. Cats sit on mats, hares sit on chairs, mules sit on stools and gofers sit on sofas, but Frog does not want to sit on a log! Jam-packed with animals and silliness, this original rhyming story will have young children in fits of laughter. From the award-winning Kes Gray comes an hilarious rhyming tale about a frog who discovers that all animals have their special places to sit. Narrated by David Mitchell. (P) 2017 Hodder Children's BooksShow more
Schooldays at St Clare's are never dull for twins Pat and Isabel O'Sullivan in Enid Blyton's much-loved boarding school series. In book nine the unimaginable has happened - the twins made head girl! It's a tough job - cheeky first formers and cruel Priscilla keep the girls on their toes. It's the twins last year and there definitely will be mischief! (P) 2017 Hodder Children's BooksShow more
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