When Marianne digs for bones on the beach, she discovers a dinosaur who takes her on a truly magical, imaginative adventure.
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?
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.
Squirrel loves winning and has the trophies to prove it. But when the rules change, can Squirrel learn the value of teamwork and friendship?
Bear and Spider are great friends, but they are very different. Bear loves being at home, while Spider loves being outside. When Spider loses his kite can Bear step out of his comfort zone to help his friend?
The unicorns are going all out to celebrate unicorn day in style. What will the unicorns do when they discover an impostor?
Betty and Maud are the best of friends but their toys are not! Will Duck and Penguin ever find “hanging out” fun?
When Rabbit receives three wishes he sets off with a hop and a swish to asks his friends what they’d do with a wish. Will he discover that generosity can be its own wish?
When various shapes begin to argue, AND tells the shapes that together they can be great. Featuring an accompanying song.
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 gigantic flying whale takes Ida on an unexpected magical journey to discover what lies beyond the stars.
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.
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.