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When a king and queen ask the fairies of their kingdom to bless their baby daughter, one is not invited. She curses the girl, who must sleep for 100 years until woken by a prince. The classic tale of Sleeping Beauty is retold in a magnificent pop-up aperture format. A triumph of paper engineering with wonderful folk-art inspired illustrations by Dinara Mirtalipova.
Cinderella lives in a grand house in a beautiful city, but ever since her father married again, she has been little more than a servant to her stepmother and cruel stepsisters. One night everyone but Cinderella goes to a ball at the palace. She will need a fairy godmother's help if she is to go. The classic tale of Cinderella retold in a magnificent pop-up aperture format. A triumph of paper engineering with wonderful illustrations by Dinara Mirtalipova.
There are fish everywhere! Some of them live in fresh water, some of them live under ice, and some even live in the desert. There are Fish Everywhere is the first in a series of non-fiction books from Britta Teckentrup. Young readers will learn where in the world all sorts of animals can be found and all the weird and wonderful things that they never imagined were true. This is non-fiction with spark and personality from a much-loved illustrator.
Mirabelle and Meg Moffat are twins and their mum and dad are famous circus acrobats. Mirabelle is fearless. She promises to be the most topsy-turvy, upside down acrobat of all. Meg does not. In fact, Meg is afraid of heights. Is Mirabelle afraid of anything? With her new grand show opening, Meg might be about to find out.
When a merchant steals a rose from the garden of a terrifying beast, his daughter, Beauty, agrees to go to the beast's palace to save her father's life. The classic tale of Beauty and the Beast is retold here in a magnificent 'pop-in' format. Each page has three layers of paper, cut to give the impression of a 3D scene. A triumph of paper engineering with wonderful illustrations by Dinara Mirtalipova.
Did you know that humpback whales are some of the furthest travelling mammals in the world? Or that Arctic terns fly from the Arctic to Antarctica and back again? In Melissa Castrillon's wonderfully illustrated Animazes, young readers can follow these incredible journeys through twisting, turning mazes. They can find a safe path for the wildebeest and trace a rockhopper penguin's trail up the slippery cliffs. An interactive, informative title for all ages.
Emma Jane zooms off in her aeroplane around the cities of the world. Along the way she makes a crew of animal friends who save the day when the little plane gets into trouble... A rhyming narrative with a light touch and a zingy female protagonist, this tale is perfect for little explorers everywhere.
Petunia Paris has everything she could possibly want, from a swimming pool to a bicycle with its very own chauffeur. When she requests a parrot for her fifth birthday, a parrot is what she gets. The problem is, Petunia Paris's parrot doesn't do what Petunia Paris wants it to . . . A hilarious story with a moral, brought to life with classic and witty illustrations by Jo Williamson. Katie Haworth is an exciting new talent fresh to the UK from New Zealand, where she was picture book editor at Penguin Books. As well as writing, Katie also works as a senior editor for a children's publisher.Jo Williamson is an up and coming new talent, also published by Scholastic. She illustrates mostly by hand, in pencil or paint.
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