A Disney pastiche inspired by 'The Three Musketeers' by Alexandre Dumas
Baby elephant has lost his treasured teddy! Elmer, everyone's favourite patchwork elephant, gives him his patchwork teddy, but he knows that it's not the same as your very own teddy, so kind Elmer goes off into the jungle to search for it.
Anna and Elsa from Disney’s Frozen sail off on a new adventure in this Step 2 Step into Reading book. Boys and girls ages 4 to 6 will love this leveled reader! Step 2 readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. This book is for children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
When the sun goes down, the Kitchen Disco starts up - and all the fruit in the fruit bowl come out to play. There are lemons who break-dance, tangerines who twirl and some very over-excited apples.Kitchen Disco is a zany and hilarious rhyming picture book for young children, featuring a stunning holographic foil spread in the middle of the book.
Little Rabbit thinks that he is always being told off. So he decides to run away and build his very own house - one where no one can tell him what to do ever again! But all does not go to plan and he soon wonders if home isn't quite so bad after all.
An evocative narrative weaves a story around the life cycle of a young lemur as it grows from infant to adult.Beautiful illustrations capture the life of a young ring-tailed lemur as it roams the forests of Madagascar with its mother and troop – learning how to survive in the wild.At the back of the book is a “Did you know” section full of interesting...
It's Honey's birthday and she's throwing a party at Cornsilk Castle.There's going to be a magic show, party games and a yummy birthday tea. Poppy is very excited, but things start to go wrong when she becomes jealous of one of Honey's presents and decides to borrow it . . .Find out what happens and whether Poppy's princess qualities will shine through in...
Big Trains, small trains, old trains, and new, rattling and whistling -- Choo, choo, choo! Preschoolers will chuckle as a wacky animal crew toots the whistle and treats them to the delights only a train journey can offer. Clickety-clack, whizz down the track, slow to a railroad crossing, rumble through a tunnel, and finally pull into the station where...
Up and down, here and there, busy wheels are everywhere! Beaver and Dumper Truck are busy moving heavy loads for the new town hall. But it starts to rain, and the town might flood–can Dumper Truck help? Each story features a popular vehicle as the central character, and involves a group of animal characters in a supporting role. A detailed spread on...
A bright, colourful picture book for very young children in which the reader helps Jasper choose how to spend his birthday money. Jasper plays with just about everything in the toyshop. But what will he eventually buy? Simple text with appealing illustrations.
The irresistible, classic bear from Darkest Peru, who was found at Paddington station, causes havoc while out sight-seeing! When Paddington vists the Tower of London he makes sure he has enough marmalade sandwiches to sustain him. However, it's not just bears who like sandwiches.
Squirrel is busy collecting acorns and doesn't have time to play with his friends. But when things go wrong, Squirrel needs some help. Will his friends come to the rescue? This beautifully illustrated book teaches children the true meaning of friendship. Sometimes, when life gets hard and busy, and we push people away, we realise that true friends will...
An enduring classic about how a little boy's stuffed dog is lost and found again, first published in the United States as David and Dog. "Warmly satisfying....Hughes has a way of zeroing in on the foibles of childhood with remarkable accuracy; this doesn't miss its mark.
A simple trip to the grocery store becomes complicated when a boy mixes up his shopping list -- again and again. Repeated phrases and predictable pattern make this favorite story by a critically acclaimed author ideal for sharing with new readers in a group setting.
This beautiful picture story tells how the first specks of life grew and changed until the whole earth was filled with extraordinary plants and creatures. Combining the storyteller's skill with the scientist's understanding and the artist's imagination, Life Story brings the story of evolution within the reach of younger children for the first time.
An extraordinarily different story by Robert Munsch is a gentle affirmation of the love a parent feels for their child--forever. Sheila McGraw's soft and colorful pastels perfectly complement the sentiment of the book--one that will be read repeatedly for years.