The Pokémon School students are going to Kanto! They can't wait to find out about all of the differences between the Pokémon in Kanto and Alola. Plus, they get to battle it out in the Pokémon Gym! Gotta catch 'em all!
The Story of the Movie
Be the first to find out what happens in the My Little Pony Movie! Follow all your pony friends as they go on their biggest adventure yet. The story of the movie features all the BRAND-NEW characters and action-packed excitement of the My Little Pony movie!Perfect to read together or to encourage independent reading, the Story of the Movie is a must-have for every My Little Pony fan!There are My Little Pony books for all ages! * Colour, sticker activity and picture books for little My Little Pony fans.* Full colour Early Readers for those just starting their reading journey. * Sparkling chapter books perfect for newly confident readers. * And for confident readers, meet the Equestria Girls!
Super Sticker Scenes: 1001 Stickers
The ultimate sticker scene book for My Little Pony fans, packed with over 1001 super stickers!Go on a deep sea adventure with Rainbow Dash, join Applejack for a yummy picnic, get creative with Rarity, and lots more ... Just use your stickers to complete the scenes in this fun-packed My Little Pony bumper sticker book. Featuring 48 pages of pony fun (plus stickers!) this is THE sticker book for My Little Pony fans everywhere.As seen on TinyPop and PopTV.
The Story Of The Creation
By Jane Ray
Winner of the Smarties Prize, The Story of Creation is magnificently illustrated in beautiful detail by Jane Ray, with the words being adapted from the book of Genesis. The Story of Creation has been translated into ten different languages, and Jane Ray's artwork is loved the world over.
The Story Of Christmas
By Jane Ray
This beautifully illustrated version of the story of Christmas, with text adapted from the words of the Bible, captures the sense of wonder and magnificence of the Nativity. Jane Ray's art shines from each page making this a book that will be shared year after year as part of the Christmas tradition.