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Rosie Reeve is a bright new talent in children's illustration. She originally trained as a fine artist and her instinctive understanding of colour brings a wonderful warmth and freshness to her work. She lives in London with her family.
A badly behaved little racoon Algernon learns all about manners and why they’re important when he enrols at Miss Molly’s school, and readers will too. Algernon has lesson in listening carefully, in sharing, in being polite and in good sportsmanship, and he realises that having good manners makes life better for him, and for everyone he meets. His day’s activities are illustrated in bright, busy pictures which are great fun to look at, and there’s lots to entertain children in the story too, while the message that manners matter is gently but firmly brought home.
Fred’s first day at monster school finally arrives and he begins to feel a little bit nervous. But when he discovers his friend Ted is even more scared, he finds the courage to go along with him. Things seem a little bit less scary with a friend. There is also a section at the back with questions you can discuss together at the end. Lovely. A delightful full-colour Early Reader story to reassure little monsters everywhere - perfect for your child's first day at school. Blue Early Reader books are the first stepping stone to independent reading, perfect for sharing and reading together.
A Picture Books for kids that love Adventure. Children will love this warm and witty story with its adorably entertaining central character. Poor little Henry, unlike all the other baby penguins who are having fun sliding on the ice and tumbling in the snow, Henry is not happy because he doesn't like the cold and dreams of sandy shores and warm seas. When a boat sails close to the ice, Henry jumps on board and heads off in search of sunshine. It doesn't take him long, however, to realise that there's no place quite like home.
If I could have any grandma, then I would wish for you. A precious keepsake book for a very special grandmother.
Here comes Mighty Small! He may be the smallest superhero in the town, but he's also the bravest, too. So when the circus clowns pinch all the gold from the town's bank, there's only one thing he can do . . . Max leaps into action shouting, 'Baddie pants, beware!' and tracks the clowns all the way back to their Big Top hide-out, where their boss, Mr Big, is waiting to fill his trunk with gold. Will Max be able to overthrow Mr Big and return the gold to the town? Find out in this action-packed superhero adventure that will have you cheering for the underdog!
Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey. A family move into a new house. They are just a small family - a mum, a dad and a little girl called Sarah. It is a big old house full of space and echoes. And Sarah is sure there is something very magical indeed about the cupboard under the stairs... A brand-new full colour Early Reader edition of this charming story from the CARNEGIE-winning and HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN AWARD-nominee author Margaret Mahy, with illustrations by Rosie Reeve.
Bella can't do writing yet, and she doesn't even know how to tie her shoelaces. What if the teacher gets cross with her? Luckily Mummy Rabbit and Bella's friend Joel are there to reassure her that she's a good learner -- and that school will be fun! Bella Goes to School is a warm, comforting story, written by Ian Whybrow and illustrated by Rosie Reeve; a charming second book about Bella and her family following the successful Bella Gets Her Skates On.
'My name is Queen Delilah and I come from a land far, far away, really I do.' My mother says, 'Really you don't, darling.' But if Delilah did rule the world, what a fun place it would be! Except she would be the first to tell you that she's not naughty at all - you see, Delilah is a queen in her own country and the rules are quite different there! Her first adventure finds her in the library creating utter chaos, much to the despair of the librarian, Library Anne, but to the huge delight of everyone else!
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