We all get scared. We’re only human. But what about superheroes? I’m delighted to be joined on the blog by debut author, Kate Thompson, who alongside the super-talented illustrator, Clare Elsom, has created a marvellous picture book, Superheroes Don’t Get Scared. Maisie Brown is feeling scared and wishes she was a superhero like Burpnado, Specstacular... Continue Reading →
This sensory board book for babies, encourages clapping whilst reminding them of the best of lockdown – community spirit and gratitude for our key workers. For every sale of Clap Hand for Key Workers, 35p will be donated to NHS Charities Together.
Monkey is in a hurry to put on the perfect birthday bash. Can a sloth teach Monkey to use a new-found sense of calm to figure out what she really needs to create the perfect party?
From the author of The Misadventures of Frederick, Ben Manley, comes yet another unique and original picture book, Albert Talbot: Master of Disguise, illustrated by Aurélie Guillerey.
This tree-mendous picture book with a blossoming balance of nature facts and an autumnal story about overcoming anxiety, is one of my top picks for 2020!
Title: Meesha Makes Friends Author & Illustrator: Tom Percival The Blurb: Meesha loves making things. But there's one thing she finds difficult to make - friends. She doesn't know quite what to do, what to say or when to say it, and she struggles reading and responding to social cues. But one day she discovers... Continue Reading →
Meet the Dream Team! Turning nightmares into incredible adventures!
Erika finds herself stranded in the Dreamscape along with a mob of hungry Heebie Jeebies. Can Erika overcome her worries and get home, or will she be trapped forever?
A Doll for Grandma, offers a way to start a conversation with children who are experiencing a loved one developing memory loss.
a series of picture books about Clyde the Hippo who experiences anxiety when trying new things, but learns to embrace, and enjoy, change.
I am thrilled to be shining the spotlight on Marion Deuchars’ fantastic series, Bob the Artist. PLUS I will be giving you the chance to WIN a copy of the latest book in the series Bob Goes Pop!
Everyone in the aquarium is feeling down. But when a dolphin called Ripple arrives, she has a sure-fire plan to get everyone smiling.
Rabbit can’t sleep. No matter how much Mum tries to reassure Rabbit, Rabbit is not convinced Wolf won’t find a way to get to them. But will the wolf come?
Max's box can hold everything from his toys to his feelings. But putting negative feelings inside the box makes it grow. Can Max let go of his negative emotions?
Sometimes Polar Bear finds himself dancing at the very bright North Pole and other times napping at the dreary South Pole.
When a young child receives a blue scooter for their birthday, they are over the moon! But it’s a bit harder to ride than it looks...
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?
Bea is feeling anxious about the party and has a million what-ifs and questions running through her mind. Can she overcome her worries and have a great party?
When Sadness comes knocking at the door unexpectedly, it can’t be ignored. This book suggests that if you begin to feel overwhelmed by sadness there are things you can do to try to understand it.
The Kindness Kangaroo Project is a series of twenty-six picture books, written by Sandra Wilson and illustrated by children. Each one features a different animal showcasing a different emotion. Sandra is half-way through the project and in this Spotlight Feature shares her insights from the project.