Peep awakes one morning to the sound of a beautiful song - but where is it coming from?It's the Dawn Chorus! And Peep is desperate to sing with them. But no matter how hard he tries, he just can't make it happen. Little does Peep know, he's just about to meet someone very special who will show him just how enchanting nightingales like him can be . . .A...
Steady Eddie is very Puzzzled whe he sees Oliver Overdrive taking a load of computers out of a warehouse. Surely he should be delivering them, not taking them away? When Steadie Eddie discovers the truth, off he goes, in hot pursuit of Oliver before he gets into any more trouble. The problem is will Steady Eddie remember exactly where Oliver Overdrive has...
Cruella de Vil is enough to frighten the spots off a Dalmatian pup. But when she steals a whole family of them, the puppies’ parents, Pongo and Missus, lose no time in mounting a daring rescue mission.Will they be in time to thwart Cruella’s evil scheme, or have they bitten off more than they can chew?
Today, kids after the age of four get too many fairy-folktale stories and need more exposure to other genres. In India, there are very few children's books written for the 5 to 8 age group. The Whooper series seeks to address this.
We give too much emphasis on phonetics in nursery level and forget it by level one. So these books by Priyanka, emphasize on the sound of one letter in every book. Hence, there is a story told to a child in all 26 letters
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