Lots of baby bunnies! This brightly coloured board book holds enormous appeal for both babies and adults. The very young will love the chance to feel a furry ear, tickle a paw or touch a cottontail. Ages 3-6.
First Sticker Activity for Girls
This book offers a fun range of activities to complete including colouring, doodles, sticker pages, dot-to-dots, colour-by-numbers and more. Young girls can finish the pages by themselves or enjoy some quality time perfecting the pages with their parents. From creating sticker scenes with animals, mermaids and ballerinas, to dressing up pretty princesses, First Sticker Activity For Girls is surely the best way to beat boredom and encourage bright young sparks to get creative
First Sticker Activity for Boys
This book offers fun range of activities to create and complete, including loads of sticker pages and colouring scenes. Young boys can finish the pages by themselves or enjoy some quality time perfecting them with their parents. From adding amazing animals and aliens to fun scenes, to building robots and solar systems, First Sticker Activity For Boys is surely the best way to beat boredom and encourage young lads to get creative
There’s harmony in the air when the animals get together to make music and put on a concert with a difference! Koala’s playing his flute, Badger’s bashing away on the drums and Squirrel’s strumming on the guitar. Even the smallest toddler will enjoy the wonderfully silly animal antics in this book, so join in and sing and dance along – you’ve never been to a gig like it! Trademark Julia Donaldson rhymes and rhythms accompanied by Nick Sharratt’s mischievous and funny illustrations make this bright and playful book a sure winner. Perfect for reading out loud!
The Private Blog of Joe Cowley
The brilliantly funny and cringe-worthy secret blog of 14-year-old Joe Cowley (wannabe comic artist and self-confessed repeller of girls): Sunday 1st January So here’s the thing. I’ve decided to start writing a blog. A private one.
The idea is that it’ll help me sort my life out, because quite frankly, it can’t get much worse …* I gained the nickname Puke Skywalker after vomiting over Louise Bentley on the waltzer. * I am subjected to daily wedgies by my arch-enemy Gav James. * My so-called best mates are trying to get me killed in a bid to win GBP250 on You’ve Been Framed.
This cannot go on. I have to do something, or I’ll end up like Mad Morris down the park who thinks he’s Jesus. By the end of next term, I’m going to be a completely different person.