Have you ever seen a picture book with two titles and two covers, that can be read from back to front? Follow Firefly in his search for a flashing light and turn back at the end of the book to find the second storyline about Rabbit's escape.
Tiny Mr Miniscule longs to see a big blue whale - the biggest animal ever. A wee man, a whale of a time, and a whopping big surprise! This timeless Polish children's classic is finally available in English.
This beautiful new book by award-winning illustrator Julie Morstad capture's a child's imaginative delight in the ordinariness of the world, from getting dressed, to having breakfast, to choosing ways to get to school. This is a modern version of classic books like Oh, What a Busy Day by Gyo Fuj... read more
Every day is full of possibilities. It’s the simple things that make each moment precious and enjoyable. From getting up to going back to bed, Julie Morstad takes us on a journey through a day filled with joy, inquisitiveness and, best of all: choices! Open the book and begin. “What should I do ... read more
On a windy day a little dog finds an discarded umbrella in the garden. The moment the dog picks up the umbrella, it catches the wind and pulls the dog skywards, taking them both on an exciting journey around the world, from desert to sea, and jungle to North Pole. A wordless picture book that tells a thousand stories.
One autumn day, a lion finds a wounded bird in his garden. With the departure of the bird's flock, the lion decides that it's up to him to care for the bird. He does and the two become fast friends. Nevertheless, the bird departs with his flock the following autumn. What will bec... read more
Even just to see the cover of this book is to fall in love with it. The pictures and the story they tell with just a small amount of added text are touchingly tender and thoughtful. A gentle lion finds a wounded bird who cannot fly off with its flock and makes it a bed in a slipp... read more
Finn wakes up with a start. The goblins are on the loose and the house is in an uproar! When they flee, Finn's dog Sep follows so Finn quickly gathers his clothes to join the chase...
Each spread in this exquisitely drawn book is packed with detail, and th... read more
Crocodile Tears is a 1956 children's story from the famous graphic designer and illustrator Andr� Fran�ois that tells how to catch a crocodile by going to Egypt. And it tells how to get a crocodile home, and even what happens after that! A smart, fun, gorgeous classic!
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A stunning book by Blexbolex, a French comics artist and illustrator. Through bold, colourful illustrations of the cycle of seasons, the passage of time, the way people live, play, forget and remember, the world is revealed as both permanent and ever-changing. With art work that is reminiscent of children
Fox and Rabbit live quite far away, in a bright little house beyond themole hills. If they can't sleep, they count the good nights (335 in total).When they wish each other a good night, the rustling pear tree, theraspberries and the stars join in. Sometimes they swing on the ... read more
A beautifully produced, small-format jacketed hardback with simple illustrations that are whimsical yet humorous. A book is to read. A book belongs in a library, on a bookshelf, in a bookshop, in your house. A story belongs wherever a story belongs. If it's Sunday and raining, a book ... read more
|Author:||Inese Zandere; Juris Petraškevics; Lawrence Schimel (Adapted by)|
A universal story about compromise and collaboration for young readers Raven, Crayfish and Horse have always been best friends. They're grown up now and would like to start a family. They want all their families to live together and start planning to build a house. But what should t... read more
Juris Petraškevi?s’ arresting gauche acrylic paintings sit delightfully on the pages of fellow Latvian Inese Zandere’s One House for All. They immediately draw your attention with their bright colours and zany energy enhancing this simple story about three friends and a problem they ... read more
|Author:||Dirk Nielandt; Marjolein Pottie; Laura Watkinson (Translator)|
Mouse has a sword. She wears a suit of armour. She is a knight. She is bold Sir Mouse. Dragon does not have a sword. She does not wear a suit of armour. She is just Dragon. Knights fight dragons. But Mouse and Dragon never fight each other. Mouse and Dragon are best friends. Jo... read more