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Betty Goes Bananas

Paperback, 05/02/2015, £6.99
Meet Betty, a baby gorilla. When Betty finds a banana that just won't open . . . Betty . . . goes . . . BANANAS!

Betty Goes Bananas in her Pyjamas

Paperback, 19/01/2016, £6.99
When it's time for Betty to go to bed . . . Betty . . . goes . . . bananas! Both children and parents will laugh out loud at this simple, utterly hilarious picture book about the bedtime routine!

Monster in the Hood

Paperback, 09/01/2016, £6.99
Beware the Monster in the Hood! He's GRUMBLY. And RUMBLY. And frighteningly HUNGRY! But are things always what they seem? With lots of suspense and build up with every single page turn, this is a witty cautionary tale with a thrilling twist at the end, from the award-winning creator of 'The Queen's Hat', 'Please Mr Panda' and 'Betty Goes Bananas'.

Please Mr Panda

Paperback, 30/06/2015, £6.99
Steve Antony's first tale about the irreverent Mr Panda in his pursuit for proper manners is fast becoming a modern classic.

I'll Wait, Mr Panda: Board Book

Paperback, 11/08/2016, £6.99
Steve Antony's Mr Panda is back in another visual treat with a strong theme of patience.

Green Lizards vs Red Rectangles: A story about war and peace

Paperback, 08/09/2016, £6.99
From the bestselling author of The Queen's Hat and Please Mr Panda comes a brave and thought-provoking picture book about war and peace.

Queen's Handbag

Paperback, 05/05/2016, £6.99
From the creator of The Queen's Hat comes another hilarious tale that this time takes you all around the United Kingdom on a wild swan chase after the Queen's handbag!

Queen's Present

Paperback, 05/10/2017, £6.99
From the award-winning creator of The Queen's Hat and The Queen's Handbag comes a third hilarious Christmas tale taking the reader on a whirlwind royal tour of the world!

Thank You, Mr Panda

Paperback, 27/07/2017, £6.99
Steve Antony's Mr Panda is back for a third hilarious story about good manners!

Queen's Hat

Paperback, 02/10/2014, £6.99
A hilarious tale that takes you all around London - winner of the The Evening Standard's Oscar's First Book prize.