By Justine Smith and illustrated by Angie Stevens (Pan Macmillan) Lets cuddle up for bedtime with My Daddy Says - a special story about dads. The second title in the series about special relationships in the lives of little children, My Daddy Says features the...
A beautiful, soulful baby book about the magnificence of each child, who is born with a sparkling glimmering crown of ‘moonlight, fireflies and dragonfly wings’ on their heads – their souls.
A sweet set of Little Hands Trust books for toddlers that explain concepts such as colors, shapes and textures in a simple and accessible way. Tom was immediately transfixed and looked at each page carefully making little noises when he saw the instruments.
Eric Carle’s lovely illustrations make the perfect Christmas counting story. Starting from 1 Father Christmas and ending with 10 presents, this is a cute way to introduce Christmas ideas and counting for little ones.
Everywhere Babies is the simple story of what babies do all over the world, from getting cuddled to playing, eating, crying and sleeping is told in rhyming text, creating a wonderful celebration of baby life.
What’s That? is a first words book perfect for getting 0-3’s to identify familiar objects and animals from the farm, the park, the home, the shops, and the road. Rhyming text makes the words stick in their minds and the clear illustrations are friendly and descriptive.
This humorous diary of what wombat did with her day will have little kids laughing out loud. Monday: Morning: Slept. Afternoon: Slept. Evening: Ate grass. Scratched. Night: Ate grass. Slept. By Wednesday the gorgeously lazy little wombat is starting to interact with humans and their home: ‘fought a major battle with a flat, hairy creature’ which is in reality a door mat, ‘and won the battle’ and by Sunday she’s demanding rolled oats and observing: ‘Am constantly amazed how dumb humans can be.’
How lovely to read a sweet little story about a day at the beach. The simple tale of how a mummy and her toddler daughter and another mummy and her baby son go to the beach and have a chance encounter is perfect for under 3’s.
This interactive book for little ones introduces them to the highlights of London, from the Tower Brigdge that moves up and down, the tube with doors that open and close, The London Eye that spins around, and Buckingham palace where the royal family wave regally.
This is a brightly coloured interactive series of books for busy toddlers who will love pulling and sticking their fingers into the pull tabs, shifting tabs and moving all the components.
“I wrote to the zoo to send me a pet…” In this simple tale a child asks the zoo to send a pet – but each one is more undesirable than the next. Movable flaps reveal the contents of each package and little kids love
Babies go mad for this interactive hand puppet book. There’s something about the furry green ‘thing’ that totally captures their imagination. As you turn each page the furry object goes from being an alien’s head to a fuzzy beard and a magical moustache until the last page revels it’s a…