Charlie is the kind and clever big brother, Lola his inquisitive busy-body little sister. In this latest book, Lola is confused by numbers – if mum says they can choose one thing from the shop each, is that two things?
Month: February 2016
Chester Raccoon doesn’t want to go to school. He wants to stay at home with his mom, and play with his toys, and swing on his swing… He asks his mom: “Please may I stay home with you?”
Sebastian is shy. When people talk to him, he freezes up, even thought he has lots to say and plenty to share. When the barber cuts his hair like a billiard ball, Sebastian thinks of what he’d liked to say but all he says is ‘fine.’ Oh don’t we all know a Sebastian?
In this parody of the fantasy genre, the hero Dirk Llyod, is really a dark lord trapped in the body of a thirteen-year-old schoolboy. Perfect three-part series for tweens.
Is it a Yes day or a No Day? Every child has their moods. Helping them understand and manage them is the message in this friendly little children’s book by parenting coach and self-help facilitator Mia Von Scha.
A super happy, catchy book version of singer Pharrell Williams’s chart topping single. Page through the bright gorgeous photos and you’ll be humming along too!