When Marianne digs for bones on the beach, she discovers a dinosaur who takes her on a truly magical, imaginative adventure.
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?
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?
An interview with Catell Ronca, illustrator of The Drum by Ken Wilson-Max and How to be a Butterfly by Laura Knowles
A couple of pirates have set sail to find a treasure chest. This book draws you into the adventure by setting the story to the famous tune of Row, Row, Row Your Boat.
Betty and Maud are the best of friends but their toys are not! Will Duck and Penguin ever find “hanging out” fun?
I’m delighted to be interviewing Samuel Narh, author of Maisie’s Scrapbook. A joyful celebration of a mixed-race family and the love that binds us all together.
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”.
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?
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.
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.
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?
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.