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Category: Picture Book

Picture Book

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  • My Perfect Pup

    One puppy sits excitedly in a pet shop waiting for the perfect home. Will it be the twins, Milly and Max, or Joe who takes him home. An hilarious picture story book which explores pet training, outdoor play, pet care friendship and adventure.

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  • When Tom visits his Aunt he meets her pug Ellie. Ellie is no ordinary pug. Wherever Tom and his Aunt go then Ellie must go too. A funny picture story book that explores themes of pet care, friendship, adventure and family life.

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  • The Children Who Loved Books

    Angus and Lucy Love Books. They have hundreds of them. Then one day, all the books are taken away, and Angus and Lucy discover that they need books more than they imagined…

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  • Tiny Turtle Wants A Friend

    The books in the Scholastic Early Science series tell simple and delightful stories with illustrations by some of India’s best illustrators. The stories are complemented by little snippets of information that teach children about various things on the topic covered in the book. Tiny Turtle learns that friends are not always those who look like you, but those who stay with you. Help your child learn about sea creatures.

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  • The Enchanted Prince

    In a magical land, far, far away …
    When the cursed prince Chandrasen is gifted three magical beans that can turn him into a normal human boy, little did he know that they would take him on a thrilling journey to the moon!
    Read about his encounters with fantastical creatures and talking animals in this exciting tale filled with enchantment and adventure.

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  • Get Well Soon, Mamma!

    Mamma is not well.

    Mamma has cancer.

    A young girl copes with her mother’s Illness in this beautifully illustrated, emotional book.

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  • Last Tree In The City

    Edward is sad after he finds the last tree in the city is no longer standing. After some reflection, he finds a way to make things better. A poignant tale about the environment and the way children relate to its beauty.

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  • Baby Band

    On a normal day, a baby creates mayhem in an apartment block. The author’s words in this beautiful picture book express her love for music and its ability to bring people together in joyous celebration.

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  • Mr Darcy

    Mr Darcy is a rather reserved, gentle duck. He likes to tip his hat and say, ‘good morning’. Mr Darcy would never want to bother anybody. His life is a little lonely until he discovers that it’s okay to let his friends know he needs some help. Alex Field’s great love of Jane Austen’s Mr Darcy from ‘Pride and Prejudice’ inspired her to create Mr Darcy. Mr Darcy has all the great qualities of a gentle English aristocrat. Peter Carnavas has created a gorgeous new look for the well-loved and much admired Mr Darcy.

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  • A Dinosaur Ate Dads Hair

    Dad doesn’t have any hair. At least not on his head. He said it got eaten by a Ty-eat-your-hair-us Rex. But his last explanation is the most ridiculous one of all! A silly, crazy, tearing your hair tale… that will leave you baldly laughing.

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  • Love Your Body

    Freedom is loving your body with all its “imperfections” and being the perfectly imperfect you! Love Your Body encourages young girls to admire and celebrate their bodies for all the amazing things they can do, and to help girls see that they are so much more than their bodies.

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  • baby-monkey-private-eye

    Who is Baby Monkey?
    He is a baby.
    He is a monkey.
    He has a job.
    He is Baby Monkey, Private Eye!
    Lost jewels?
    Missing pizza?
    Stolen spaceship?
    Baby Monkey can help…
    if he can put on his pants!

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  • The Undefeated

    WINNER OF THE CALDECOTT MEDAL, THE CORETTA SCOTT KING AWARD, AND NEWBERY HONOR BOOK
    SHORTLISTED FOR THE KATE GREENAWAY MEDAL
    This is for the unforgettable. The unafraid. The undefeated.
    From New York Times bestselling-author Kwame Alexander comes this powerful and important ode to black history: the strength and bravery of everyday people and the grit, passion, and perseverance of some of the world’s greatest artists, athletes, and activists.
    With references to lyrics and lines originally shared by our most celebrated heroes, this poem digs into the not-so-distant past to underline the endurance and spirit of those surviving and thriving in the present.

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  • The Dam

    When a great dam was built by the Kielder Water in Northumberland, the valley below slowly filled with water. But just before this, when the villagers had been moved out, two musicians went back to the abandoned valley. They tore down the boards over the houses, stepped inside and started to play – for this would be the last time that music would be heard in this place. In this astonishing picture book that combines themes of loss, hope and music David Almond pays homage to all musicians, showing the ancient and unstoppable power of creativity.

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  • Home in the Rain

    “A remarkable story … young and old readers will be spellbound throughout this torrential tale” Observer

    The Winner of the Australian Prime Minister’s Literary Award 2017

    Francie and her mum, who is expecting a baby girl, are driving home from Grandma’s in the heavy rain. When they’re still far from home, they stop for a picnic. And as the car steams up, Francie presses her little finger on the window, spelling out “Daddy” and “Mummy” and leaving one space free, ready and waiting for the name of her soon-to-be sister…

    A beautifully observed celebration of the way inspiration can, and often does happen in the most ordinary and unlikely of places, this is a tender, touching story of family life, perfect for sharing when a new baby is on the way.

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  • Bedtime Stories

    A wonderful collection of bedtime stories for children, featuring fairy tale classics to be read time and time again.

    From The Three Little Pigs to There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly, this bedtime storybook contains all of your favourite tales. Much-loved children’s author and illustrator Debi Gliori breathes new life into the familiar stories through charming text and colourful illustrations on every page, so they remain as funny, strange, and wonderful as ever.

    This is the perfect package that provides your child with both a beautifully illustrated book to follow and a fun-filled CD to listen along to. It’s the perfect treasury of short stories that will soon make bedtime something that everyone looks forward to!

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  • Colour Together: Nature

    Colour together and discover the incredible natural world. From a flutter of butterflies to a beachful of beautiful shells, there is a new challenge every time you turn a page. Each scene is lavishly illustrated – a large, simple illustration on one side and a more complicated, patterned picture on the other, so parent and child or older and younger siblings can have fun creating a piece of art together. Creative play is a great way to spend relaxing time together, and each page will inspire all ages to go out and discover new things about the world of nature.

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  • The Little Book of Christmas Jokes

    A perfect stocking filler, The Little Book of Christmas Jokes will keep little ones laughing until the turkey’s roasted!

    Why did Father Christmas start sneezing as he went down the chimney?
    Because he had the floo!

    How does Rudolph know when Christmas is coming?
    He looks at his calen-deer.

    Who is never hungry at Christmas?
    The turkey – he’s always stuffed.

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  • Colour Together: Christmas

    Take a break this Christmas for some creative colour-together time. From festive decorations to scenes of celebration, there’s a new challenge every time you turn a page. Each scene is lavishly illustrated with a large, simple picture on one side and a more complicated, patterned picture on the other, so parent and child or older and younger siblings can have fun creating art to treasure together. The perfect way to find a little piece of peace on earth this Christmas.

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  • The Little Book of Football Jokes

    What did the ref say to the chicken who tripped a defender?
    Fowl!

    Why was the footballer upset on his birthday?
    He got a red card!

    These and many more howlers to make you laugh no matter how your team is doing!

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