Written in a truly unique and quirky style, the shape trilogy is packed full of wry humour, both in words and illustrations.
How Winston Delivered Christmas is a creative advent calendar in the form of an exquisitely illustrated story book that will become a part of the family Christmas traditions for years to come.
Sunny travels the globe in search of the perfect Christmas but no where feels quite right? Can he work out where the perfect Christmas is before it’s too late?
Written as an exchange of letters between anxious Frederick and free-spirit Emily, this book is about knowing your fears and doing it anyway.
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?
When Shailey puts up a job ad “Help wanted, must love books”, favourite classic fairytale characters begin interviewing for the position from the three little pigs to Cinderella and Hook. But will any of them meet Shailey’s high expectations or will bedtime be ruined forever?
Mr Bear is very kind. But the animals of the forest have taken Mr Bear for granted, can they change their ways and show him how much he means to them?
The Red Suitcase tells the story of a refugee leaving their home, and going on a scary and brave journey to find a new home and form friendships.
Sometimes Polar Bear finds himself dancing at the very bright North Pole and other times napping at the dreary South Pole.
This is a bold and fact-filled atlas of America's 50 states, from Alabama to Wyoming, which highlights each state’s most iconic features from animals to famous foods and landmarks.
The ploofers are all lined up and practising a synchronised “ploof”. Except one little ploofer goes… shoof!
When Marianne digs for bones on the beach, she discovers a dinosaur who takes her on a truly magical, imaginative adventure.
This book is all about building children's confidence to try new things, without a fear of failure, in the hope of igniting their curiosity.
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.
Joyous and vibrant, this captures perfectly the excitement of getting ready for a celebration, as well as showcasing a dazzling array of intricate hairstyles.
Squirrel loves winning and has the trophies to prove it. But when the rules change, can Squirrel learn the value of teamwork and friendship?