A dragon with a short temper is not a good combination, as Fergal's family and friends soon find out. It is only when he starts to notice other animals have clever tricks to calm down that Fergal begins to win back his friends, especially when he discovers dragons can cool off in a very handy way.
A Traveller girl creates her own musical instrument from a willow branch and lots of recycled objects. She plays it enthusiastically, but it sounds terrible! Ignoring warnings not to awaken the ogre in the hills, Ossiri goes there to practise playing her instrument.
Have you heard of the Beasts? No, not many people have. That's because they are very rare. This is the tale of one such Beast, whose determination to overcome his loneliness leads him to undertake a daring and dangerous quest to find others like him . . .
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The follow-up to Barroux's stunning and critically acclaimed Where's the Elephant? and Where's the Starfish?When Polar Bear and his friends are swept away from their icy home, they hope to find refuge in a new land.
There was once a big mountain with two villages on either side. One side was rich and the other was poor. One day a young boy decides to cross the mountain to visit the marketplace but what can a poor boy trade? Find out if it is possible to bottle and share happiness in this timeless fable, exquisitely illustrated in eye-opening and unusual style.
Five beautifully illustrated spreads show a series of friendly safari animals hiding behind bright felt flaps. And there's a mirror on the final page! A perfect book to share with very little ones.Follow-up to Where's Mr Lion? - winner of the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award 2017!
Mr Impossible is organising an Easter egg hunt for all the Mr Men and Little Miss and he is hiding the eggs in the most impossible places ... Some are so high that only Mr Tall can find them and some so low and cleverly hidden that Mr Small will need to be called.
Join everyone's favourite crime-busting ladybird on holiday and come face to face with some familiar thieves in the third story in the fantastic What the Ladybird Heard series, with glitter on every page.
When their dog goes missing, Cy and Poppy play hide and seek to distract themselves. Poppy counts to ten and looks for Cy - but she can't find him anywhere. But then there's a rustling from the woods - maybe someone else can help her find him...?
A reassuring tale of sibling love by the master Anthony Browne.
Lucy and Tom know a lot of words: they have Books read to them at Bedtime. They know that D is for Dog, like the dogs that live on their street, F is for Friends, and P is for Park and for Playing.
Join Lucy and Tom on a journey through their life, in this satisfying alphabet tale from master storyteller, Shirley Hughes.
one little girl called Lucy fast asleep in bed, with one very special teddy tucked in beside her. Lucy's little brother Tom is the first to wake up, and tugs at her quilt.A story with numbers, as Lucy and Tom go through their day, exploring their world, counting, sharing and learning as they go.
When Hamish and Hermione Hole are chased out of the cheese where they live, they search the palace for a new place to call home. But the Holes cause havoc wherever they go - no one wants holes in their knickers, bike wheel or boat!
Once, in an old rusty bin in an old rusty playground in an old empty park.. there lived a little tortoise.But Tortoise is lonely. "That must be where the other tortoises are - at the top of the sky! But how can a little tortoise get to the top of the sky?
Pre-order your copy of Billy and the Beast now! Whilst on a lovely walk in the woods, Billy and her trusty sidekick Fatcat hear a terrible rumble... a terrible rumble coming from a Terrible Beast... He's making a Terrible Soup out of all of Billy and Fatcat's friends!
Back in the days of long skirts and afternoon teas, young Joan Procter entertained the most unusual party guests: slithery and scaly ones, who turned over teacups and crawled past the crumpets... There, just like when she was a little girl, Joan hosted children's tea parties - with her komodo dragon as the guest of honour.
Norse King Noggin the Nog loves being king of his people by helping to repair their houses and making sure they have enough food to eat. But when one day he decides to be king of the birds as well, will the birds accept him as their ruler?
Noggin's son, Little Knut, wants to go on a dragon hunt with his friends. So Noggin sends them off with brave Thor Nogson as an escort. But what happens when Thor Nogson finds a dragon? And is the dragon all that it seems?
Fingers McGraw is the sneakiest cheese thief in town. He's on the run with the law on his tail and he needs you to help him make his getaway! Keep a look out for the big eyes, large feet and long nose of officer Elephant as you follow Fingers' trail through downtown New York and remember, even the sneakiest of thieves get caught... or do they?
The beautiful Bee and Me by Alison Jay is now available in paperback! A bee flies in the window and a little girl is frightened. She traps the bee and then wonders what to do. This beautiful wordless picture book traces the growing friendship between girl and bee and introduces small children to the ecology of the natural world.