Ava is not keen to wear her glasses in front of her friends. That is, until her teacher convinces her that the characters is fairy tales would have been much better off if they had been wearing their glasses.VIEW BOOK
Angus and Lucy love books. They have hundreds of them. But when the books are taken away, Angus and Lucy’s family soon discover they cannot live without them. A warm and moving celebration of books and the way in which they bring us all together.VIEW BOOK
When Eve discovers a miniature pink door and a fairy crystal something strange begins to happen.
Behind the door Eve and her friend Oscar are greeted by a green-faced pixie, and taken into an enchanted world. Orla, Queen of the Fairies, asks Eve and Oscar to help stop two rebel...
"When Jess and Jack open the gates to the zoo
It was strangely deserted. Nobody said BOO."
Can Jess and Jack discover the mystery of the missing animals?
This magical picture book by award-winning author Mark Carthew, brought to life by Anil Tortop's illustrations, evokes the spirit of adventure in enchanting rhyme.
Mike is proud of this spikey hair. Small for his age, his spikes make him look taller and very grown up. To his horror, he discovers he has head lice. The great hat parade is only two days away and he longs to win a prize for best hat. But how can he, when he can't stop scratching long enough to make one?VIEW BOOK
Anna and her parents live in a lighthouse, surrounded by the ocean, far from neighbours and friends. Their only visitor is Mr Pegg, the postman. But when Mr Pegg needs help with his deliveries, Anna comes to the rescue. Maybe she will find some friends after all.VIEW BOOK
Ash is feeling lonely. She wishes she had someone to play with.
When a sad elephant comes along, Ash has an idea that will cheer him up. Soon she is sharing her idea with lots of animals in the forest.
A warm-hearted story about sharing with others.
On the first day in December Marigold Mouse receives a surprise gift. She can't wait to share her excitement with her best friend Marvin.
In the second picture book in the Marvin and Marigold series Mark Carthew's evocative verse expresses the spirit of the festive season, and Simon...
Mr Darcy dreads the first sign of Spring. Flowers blooming means only one thing – dancing season, and Mr Darcy simply cannot dance.
Can Lizzy convince Mr Darcy to take a turn around the maypole?
Mr Darcy the Dancing Duck celebrates the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice.
On a dark day Beauty sets out to meet the Beast in his castle. Can she put her fear aside and see through the appearance of the Beast?
Helene Magisson brings this story to life with her stunning illustrations.