Georgina The Giraffe
By An Vrombaut
Perfect for preschool children, 64 Zoo Lane had the highest viewing figures on CBeebies in 2011. With six classic 64 Zoo Lane stories now reissued, Lucy and her animal fans are bound to win yet more young fans.Lucy has some very strange neighbours with horns and humps, tails and trunks - that's because Lucy lives next door to the zoo! Every night, she climbs down the long long neck of Georgina the Giraffe and listens to one of them tell her a story... Tonight it's the story of Georgina the Giraffe. She is very talented and wants everyone to know. But things don't quite go according to plan.Have fun with 64 Zoo Lane at http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/64-zoo-lane/
The Ghost Library
By David Melling
The ghost library is a room full of empty shelves where the ghosts go to listen to stories borrowed from unsuspecting children - until they try to borrow a book from Bo... Bo unable to let her book go travels with the ghosts to the ghost library and there she teaches them that stories exist everywhere, not just in books.This spooky picture book from bestselling author-illustrator David Melling has sold over 300,000 copies and continues to enchant children.'A humourous tale with friendly ghosts... and images that will inspire your child to take on the role of story-teller.' Junior
By Mij Kelly, Nick Maland
Sweet Pea and Boogaloo are walking and talking through the forest one day. When Swea Pea stops and suddenly asks: 'Giants! Do they look like you and me? Except bigger?' And so begins a discussion about what giants are... until Boogaloo discovers that giants are not at all how he has imagined them!An original and timely story about the nature of stereoptyes and jumping to conclusions.
Going to the Volcano
By Andy Stanton, Miguel Ordonez
Buckle up and jump on board for the funniest, most EXPLOSIVE picture book of the year - you'll want to read it again and again-o!Join two intrepid explorers as they take a train-o, jump on a plane-o, ride a Great Dane-o (down the lane-o) on their way to look at the volcano. Nothing could possibly go wrong - could it?!A hilariously anarchic rhyming story from multi-award-winning author Andy Stanton.Andy has won a string of awards for his Mr Gum books, including the Red House Children's Book Award, the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, and the Blue Peter Book Award for Best Book With Pictures (twice).Miguel Ordonez is the illustrator of the New York Times bestselling Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dada, written by Jimmy Fallon, the Emmy and Grammy award-winning host of NBC's The Tonight Show.
Good Knight Sleep Tight
By David Melling
A stunning sequel to the award-winning title The Kiss That Missed. The lovable and haphazard knight is back on another quest to find the finest feathers in the kingdom to fill the royal pillow and stop the little princess making that terrible noise!
Good Night, I Love You
By Caroline Jayne Church
It's time for bed, so let's get ready.Bring your bunny. Bring your teddy.A charming bedtime rhyme for little ones, perfect for reading aloud. Snuggle up and follow the bedtime routine until the last 'I love you, good night'.Caroline Jayne Church has won many awards and has sold over 6.5 million books worldwide.
Goodnight, Mr Panda
By Steve Antony
'An ideal book for kids to learn about the importance of good manners.' Sun 'There's a new pre-school politeness tsar in town.' The Times Mr Panda and his friends are getting ready for bed. But some won't brush their teeth, others won't have a bath, and one won't even wear pyjamas! It's down to Mr Panda to show them how to do bedtime properly. Steve Antony's Mr Panda series has taken the children's book world by storm, selling over 600,000 copies since it was first published.
By Roger Hargreaves
Tick tock, tick tock, tell the time with Grandfather Clock!Enjoy learning about clocks and time with a kindly and classic character.Roger Hargreaves was the bestselling creator of the Mr Men series. Grandfather Clock was first published by Hodder Children's Books in 1980.
The Great Fairy Tale Disaster
By David Conway, Melanie Williamson
A follow up to the bestselling The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster. Fairy tales have never been funnier than in this outrageously silly picture book! Once upon a time there lived an old Big Bad Wolf. He no longer has any huff and puff to blow down the Three Little Pigs' houses so he scampers off into the pages of the Fairy Tale book to find a new one. He tries one tale after another, but things never quite work to plan. Will he find a fairy tale that suits him perfectly? With all the well-known and well-loved fairy tales, including Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Goldilocks and the Three Bears.'It's madness and mayhem which results in a very funny, laugh out loud book.' The Bookbaghttp://www.davidconwaychildrensbooks.co.uk/
The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster
By David Conway, Melanie Williamson
Little Miss Muffet is bored of her own nursery rhyme so goes in search of a new nursery rhyme to be in. But before you can say Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, the whole book of rhymes is thrown into chaos!With some of the most favourite rhymes, including The Grand Old Duke of York, Jack and Jill, Hickory, Dickory, Dock, Ding, Dong, Bell, Hey Diddle, Diddle, Sing a song of Sixpence, The Queen of Hearts, and Little Miss Muffet."Melanie Williamson's illustrations are eye-catchingly quirky and superbly original." - The Observerhttp://www.davidconwaychildrensbooks.co.uk/
Great Pet Sale
By Mick Inkpen
Everything in the pet shop must go, even the rat with half his whiskers missing! 'I'm only 1p. Choose me, ' he calls. But first, the little boy must look through all the other animal bargains...
By Mwenye Hadithi, Adrienne Kennaway
When the animals discovere a cave full of furs and skins, they discarde their drab skins for glossy new ones. Greedy zebra, arrives late, after a delicious snack, only to find a few stripes of black cloth. He squeezes into them but Greedy Zebra iis too big for them and his new coat bursts open!The story of how all the animals chose their clothing, except for Greedy Zebra, who had to take the left-over pieces . . .