Today you are in for a rhyming treat because today you are invited to Class 2L’s Show and Tell. **Top pick for 2019**
Rose likes everything to be perfect so when she finds a thread loose on her arm, she tries to pull it off, but it gets longer. Can she learn to control her OCD?
Cedric is a pumpkin farmer that dreams of growing up to be a knight. He goes off and fights a dragon but Cedric’s happy ever after is not to marry a princess, that’s not how he wants his story to end...
When Humperdink, a baby elephant, arrives at playgroup, the children soon realise that he’s not going to be able to join in their games but they are determined to find a game they can all enjoy.
Sisters Livi and Grace could not be more different from one another. But the one thing they have in common is that they love and respect each other’s uniqueness.
Picture Book Perfect Bronze Award! Norman is a bear who loves honey and he has a master plan to join bee school in disguise. This is a story about friendship, doing the right thing and being true to who you are.
A creature that lives in a cave and never leaves because there is a hungry wolf outside. Can the wolf coax the little creature out? Laugh out loud twist.
A gigantic flying whale takes Ida on an unexpected magical journey to discover what lies beyond the stars.
Panda is on the hunt for the perfect hug. It’s a nice book to read in a quiet moment and have a cuddle!
Frogs sit on logs or do they? This fun rhyming book draws you in with Cat’s unwavering conviction of the rightful place each animal should sit and Frog always questioning.
Awarded the Picture Book Perfect Gold Award! This is a clever, moving and uplifting story that celebrates diversity and being mixed race.
This is a lovely warm story about friendship and I think it would be a great book to read with a child that might be finding building friendships tough.
Tortoise wants to say goodbye to the animals in the zoo before he sets off on an adventure. But there are so many animals, saying goodbye is an adventure in itself.
Picture Book Perfect's Gold Award for Ruby's Worry by Tom Percival! Ruby is perfectly happy until one day she finds a Worry at the end of her garden.
Based around the story of Zog, this interactive board book lets children use a detachable star-shaped wand to help Zog win a golden star.
This is first and foremost a picture book about friendship and not Jane Austen’s story of Pride and Prejudice. However Alex has used just enough hints and traits from the classic to make it a lovely recognisable tale.
Picture Book Perfect Gold Award! Duncan finds a stack of letters from his crayons informing him they have quit.
Written by Olympic gold medallist Kristi, this book has a clear message: to never give up on your dreams and believe you can accomplish anything.