From the author of the success The King Who Banned the Dark, The Last Tree is an arresting tale that feels both timeless and timely.
A group of friends make their home in a forest. After years of happiness, the community begins to build houses and walls. Soon the adults are not curious about the world beyond. Can the children save the last tree?
Hedgehog and Tortoise were the best of friends.
So the two friends wave to each other, blow kisses, sing songs, dance around and write letters. And even though they can't hug and they can't touch, they both know that they are loved.
A gorgeous, uplifting, inspiring picture book that makes social distancing fun!
Soar into space with a glorious story of alien folk that's literally out of this world!
The Smeds (who are red) never mix with the Smoos (who are blue). So when a young Smed and Smoo fall in love, their families don't approve. But peace is restored and love conquers all in this irresistible tale from the creators of STICK MAN.
Bird and Frog find a strawberry on their way. There's only one strawberry and the two of them. So, only "the best" animal gets to eat the fruit. Soon others join them in a competition to find "the best" and award them with the strawberry. The competition has a lesson for all of them about being "best friends".
Inspired by the author's own childhood traumas, this inclusive story promotes acceptance and empathy with a gender-fluid, fashion-loving weasel Wesley, through themes of difference and diversity and a deep exploration of bullying from all sides.
Sol has the craziest dinner time when he finds elephants in his custard!
He feels worried and wants to tell his family about them, but everyone looks too busy.
As his worries begin to grow, Granny comes to the rescue...
This story uses a play on the `elephant in the room' metaphor
to show the importance of making time to talk as a family.
Driving positive mental health for young children, from Welsh-Mauritian author Tarah Gear, this book teaches young readers self-acceptance and to believe in their strengths. A picture book about pets to help parents build self-esteem and self-pride in their children, by helping them identify the unique qualities which make them special.
Illustrated by Matt Carr, this colourful picture book will teach 3 to 5-year-olds to always be themselves and make new friends, as well as some fun facts about rhinos! If you loved Supertato, Superbat and Julian is a Mermaid, come meet Ron in Rhinocorn Rules!
Barbara has a lot to learn about the ways of wobblers in this laugh-out-loud story from Nadia Shireen.
A brilliantly funny and sensitive way to understand and deal with tantrums.
"These are the most brilliant, beautiful and silly picture-books out there at the moment.
Duck wants to join a club. But he needs to be able to ROAR to join Lion Club, or TRUMPET to join Elephant Club. And all he can do is QUACK! What's a Duck to do?
Why, set up his own club of course... where everyone is welcome to join!
Meet Marlon Bundo, a lonely bunny who lives at the Naval Observatory with his Grampa, the Vice President of the United States. Marlon's life changes forever on a very special day when he meets the bunny of his dreams: Wesley.