A reissue of a perennially popular split-page book inviting children to howl with laughter at the fantastic and fantastical food concoctions they create.
A wonderful and unique look at counting and friendship. This very simple picture book is about two friends, Sue and Nick, who like very different things but are still best friends. They introduce us to all their favourite things from one boy called Nick and one girl called Sue to ten cakes for tea, and then all the way back down to one yellow moon shining in the night sky. The artwork is stunning with each artist contributing alternate pages in their own inimitable style. The deceptively simple text is perfect for children learning to read.
Don't poke your finger in the jelly, Nelly - you might upset a jellyphant! Don't poke your finger in the jelly, Nelly - SNAP! Look out for the hungry alligrater With real die-cut holes for curious fingers to explore, no child will be able to hold back a squeal of excitement as they discover exactly what their fingers have dipped into
Who's lurking in the foggy forest? Look through the trees and guess the shapes to find out! What can that be in the foggy, foggy forest? Whether it's a fairy queen on a trampoline, three brown bears on picnic chairs, or an ogre doing yoga, children will love trying to guess what each foggy silhouette will be. Take a trip through the mysterious misty landscape - hilarious fairytale fun lies around every corner.
Timothy Pope has a brand new telescope and he's testing it out at the park. Children will delight in peeping through the die-cut holes and guessing what Tim has spotted. Is that really a shark he can see? Turn the page and find out . . .
Pull the tabs and lift the flaps - who will be your favourite octopus? Will it be the Cuckoo Clocktopus, the Scary Shocktopus or maybe even the Party Frocktopus? This title includes an octopus for everyone.
A unique look at colours and friendship, now available in paperback. This very simple text is about two friends, Sue and Nick, who like different colours but are still good friends. The artwork is stunning with each artist contributing alternate pages in their own inimitable style. The deceptively simple text is perfect for children learning to read.
A firm family favourite from award-winning illustrator Nick Sharratt. Mum is crazy about spots - spotty clothes, spotty wallpaper, spotty games like dominoes; Dad loves stripes - stripy suits and stripy ties, stripy humbug sweets. No wonder they make their son laugh - mind you, they think that he's funny in his grey patternless clothes. When they go to the safari park, Mum goes wild about the big cats, while Dad enthuses over the zebras. Packed with glorious patterns of stripes and spots, this book also contains a clue on each spread as to the nature of the little boy's obsession - from a pink elephant toothbrush-holder in the bathroom to a bun in the cafe!
Spot all your favourite nursery story characters in this lively rhyming tale! Nothing much happened round here, says the little boy to his dad at the end of the day. But the pictures tell a different story! Goldilocks, three little pigs, a wolf, a witch, Humpty Dumpty - all have paraded outside the little boy's window! So maybe it wasn't such a dull day after all...
Aujourd'hui, c'est la fête à la ferme ! Et tout le monde est venu déguisé...
Tu vas adorer nos superbes costumes ! Mais qui est qui ? Sauras-tu le deviner ? Tourne vite les pages pour découvrir les animaux de la ferme !
C'est la ronde des ombres dans la sombre forêt.
Au fil des pages, amuse-toi à découvrir les merveilleux personnages qui s'y cachent !.
There's a party at the farmyard, and it's going to be fancy dress. Pig's come as a pirate, Duck as a superhero and Sheep as a wizard. This book combines these toddler favourites: peek-a-boo flaps to lift, bouncy rhyming text and lots of animal noises to join in with.
Pour le découvrir, soulève les rabats magiques... Mais attention, choisis bien de quel côté tu les ouvres: ils peuvent cacher des surprises appétissantes comme des horreurs dégoûtantes!
Suitable for very young children, this title contains hilarious rhymes that feature things that range from frogspawn, popcorn, lollipops and rabbit plops.
Count from one to ten and back with Nick Sharratt's irresistible parade of batty baa-lambs and crazy caterpillars. Lift the flaps, open the gatefold pages, and discover Wear-a-Bra-Lambs, Bobble-Hatterpillars, Draculaargh-Lambs, Acrobatterpillars and many more. Pure genius