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?
An interview with Catell Ronca, illustrator of The Drum by Ken Wilson-Max and How to be a Butterfly by Laura Knowles
Betty and Maud are the best of friends but their toys are not! Will Duck and Penguin ever find “hanging out” fun?
Baby Bird has a twisted and shrunken wing and can't fly like the other hatchlings. This book is an absolute triumph, celebrating “ability not disability”.
Little Bear is impatient to grow up and when he asks people for help he gets some peculiar advice. This gently told story will put a smile on your face.
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.
Little Fox knows infinitely more about time than Dad. But there is one type of time that Dad knows far more about…
Saturday Spotlight including author and illustrator interviews! Bea's Bees is a fabulous picture book about the importance of saving bumblebees.
Three rather silly foxes are on the hunt for rabbits in the woods. Will the rabbits outfox them? And is something hunting them?
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.
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.