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Tor Freeman, illus. Colette Hiller
A fun way to help 4-7-year-olds learn to read and spell.
Ulf Stark, ill. Anna Höglund, transl. Julia Marshall
When Ulf tells his friend Berra about his grandfather, Berra wants a grandfather too. But where can you find one?
Vese Aghoghovbia-Aladewolu, ill. Irene Omiunu
A little girl notices and celebrates all she sees in the mirror.
What does a little boy do when he loses all his money on market day? Just how much does a smile cost?
Anete Melece, transl. Elῑna Brasliņa
Olga is tied to the Kiosk. But she has dreams as she looks through travel brochures. Will she ever escape to see that splendid sunset?
Bei Lynne, transl. Helen Wang
Bibbit loves to jump – well he is a frog. But what about going to the big city to take care of his little sister?
Jaclyn Guenette, illus. Kathryn Harrison
When Grandpa is diagnosed with dementia, Little Buddy realises that their games won’t be the same.
Why is Nana letting the weeds grow in her beautiful garden?
Valerie Bloom, illus. Ken Wilson-Max
Poems to make you laugh, get you thinking and fill you with wonder.
Ellen Blance & Ann Cook, illus. Quentin Blake
Monster is a special creature. He moves to a city, looks for a house, and shares magical moments with children. Will you be his friend?
From tap to stream and lake, the reader learns all about water forms and the water cycle.
A story of the huge bond between grandmother and granddaughter when one moves hundreds of miles from the other.
James Carter, illus. Neal Layton
A wonderful collection of 92 exciting poems with evocative illustrations.
One little girl is going on a journey, but wherever she is in the world, she is just like you.
Sally Pomme Clayton, illus. Rhiannon Sanders
Once upon a time, a king in India did not want to wash but at the same time, he did not want to get dirty. What did he finally do?
Carolina Celas, transl. Jethro Soutar
This book, featuring a lot of images and minimal text, explores the concept of the horizon which can be very distant – or very close.
Eiko Kadono, illus. Joe Todd Stanton
Kiki has just turned twelve. It is time for her to leave home because as a young witch that is the custom…
Samuel Langley-Swain, illus. Davide Ortu
What is the truth behind the Tooth Fairy and the coin that is left under your pillow? Twins Ollie and Grace are going to find out…
Samuel Langley-Swain, illus. Jessica Rose
Dilwyn the little red dragon is born in a very special place – and it is up to him to keep it safe.
Sita Brahmachari, illus. Evan Hollingdale
An 11-year old girl moves from Acorn’s Children’s Home to The Hearth. Will her new family welcome her?
Hollis Kurman, illus. Barroux
Your home has become too scary to stay. What might help you feel better? Let’s count the good things…