Rain or Shine
By David Melling
This bright, bold, rhyming story from the creator of the bestselling Hugless Douglas is a wonderfully funny introduction to weather for the very young and great to read aloud.Follow the hilarious pogo-stick loving bunnies through rain, wind, ice and snow. Whatever the weather, the funny bunnies always play together!Don't miss Funny Bunnies: Up and Down - a brilliant introduction to opposites.Praise for Hugless Douglas: 'A new Hugless Douglas book is always a cause for celebration. Daily Mail
A Recipe for Playtime
By Peter Bently, Sarah Massini
From the winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, comes a tender, gentle rhyming story celebrating playtime.Capturing the joy of the simplest games a child plays, including hide-and-seek, chase, and lots of imaginative play. A joyous story with the perfect lullaby ending.Praise for A Recipe for Bedtime: "I can imagine this becoming a bedtime favourite with many a toddler." - Red Reading Hub
Rumble in the Jungle
By Giles Andreae, David Wojtowycz
Come into the jungle for a noisy, rhyming animal adventure in this colourful read-aloud board book! There's a rumble in the jungle, There's a whisper in the trees, The animals are waking up, And rustling the leaves ...Little ones will love looking at the colourful pictures and joining in with all the rhymes, as they discover lots of exciting jungle animals - including lions, elephants, chimpanzees, zebras, hippos and more!From the author of international bestseller Giraffes Can't Dance.
Ready Steady Rescue
By Smriti Prasadam-Halls, Edward Eaves
A bouncy rhythmic story, packed with noises to shout out loud - essential for young vehicle-lovers! Ed Eaves is the illustrator of the bestselling How to Grow a Dinosaur and has been nominated for the Red House Children's Book Award.We're at emergency control, to save and rescue is our goal.There are fires to fight, climbers to be rescued, baddies to be caught, broken-down cars...There's no time to waste! NEE-NAW, NEE-NAW off we go!No emergency is too big for these brave rescue vehicles - join in the action as they save the day!
Rarity and the Fashion Show
Little ones will love this simple and exciting board book story, featuring favourite My Little Pony characters.The My Little Pony friends are having a fashion show and Rarity is making their outfits. Will her friends like their new clothes?With a gentle and reassuring message about friendship, this fun story about first experiences is perfect for sharing with preschoolers. Includes four simple search-and-find pages!Why not collect all six brilliant story board books: Applejack's Busy Day; Fluttershy and the Perfect Pet; Happy Birthday, Pinkie Pie; Be Brave, Twilight Sparkle; Rarity and the Fashion ShowAs seen on Tiny Pop and PopTV
A Royal Lullabyhullaballoo
By Mick Inkpen
With a host of noisy fairytale characters and a fold-out page on every spread, this is a new edition of a read-aloud classic from the creator of Kipper and Wibbly Pig. Perfect for bedtime!The sun is down, the moon is up, and it is past bedtime. But outside the castle there's an awful lot of noise! Will the princess ever get to sleep?Mick Inkpen has won the British Book Award, the Children's Book Award and has been shortlisted for both the Kate Greenway Medal and the Nestle Prize. He is consistently in the Top Ten most borrowed children's authors from public libraries.'Beautiful animated illustrations.' Daily Echo
By Gabrielle Woolfitt
This photographic series looks at the colour red around the world, from colour in food, animals, nature, everyday objects, historical objects, in festivals and in habitats.Written by a science teacher, these books contain questions throughout to give children a chance to think about and discuss colours around them.
Ready Steady Dig
By Smriti Prasadam-Halls, Edward Eaves
The Construction Crew put their toughness to the test when they build their very best in this picture book jam packed with diggers, cranes, dumper trucks and rollers! Perfect for machine-mad little ones!Ed Eaves is the illustrator of the bestselling Albie series and has been nominated for the Red House Children's Book Award.
Ready Steady Mo!
By Mo Farah, Kes Gray, Marta Kissi
From Olympic gold medal winner Mo Farah and bestselling author of Oi Frog!, Kes Gray, comes a fun and action-packed picture book that will get kids reading, and running too!So, what are you waiting for? Warm up, do the MOBOT, and then ...Run on the pavementRun on the grassRun in the playgroundPerhaps not in class!Follow Mo on his madcap adventures as his running skills go from strength to strength.The perfect book to share and read aloud. With vibrant illustrations and a rhyming text. The nation watched with bated breath as Mo Farah seized Olympic gold in the 10,000m and 5000m - he's been a national treasure ever since. In this adventurous picture book father of three, Mo Farah, combines two lifelong passions - literacy and exercise.Children's books by Mo Farah: Ready Steady Mo!, Go Mo Go: Monster Mountain Chase!, Go Mo Go: Dinosaur Dash!, Go Mo Go: Seaside Sprint!
Room for a Little One
By Martin Waddell
That cold winter's night, beneath the star's light, a Little One came for the world.The Story of Christmas is told through the animals' words and deeds making it accessible and full of child-appeal. It brings the Nativity to life and offers a universal message about kindness to all creatures. Every word is special in this simple, well-crafted book from master storyteller, Martin Waddell.Perfect for anyone wanting a more traditional retelling of the birth of Jesus for young children.
A Recipe for Bedtime
By Peter Bently, Sarah Massini
From the winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, comes a classic baby bedtime book with a perfect lullaby ending.Baby, baby soft and sweet, almost good enough to eat! It's night-night time so come with me, and hear my bedtime recipe. An utterly charming tale. No bedtime collection should be without it."With its tender, gently soporific rhyming text and pictures so beautifully in tune, I can imagine this becoming a bedtime favourite with many a toddler." - Red Reading Hub
Ready, Teddy, Go!
By Michael Davidson
The race between Steady Teddy, the race-driving bear, and Clever Fox in his Car Bot is full of things to see, fun words to say, robots, gadgets, and unexpected twists and turns. Little boys will love the energy, detail and characters, in this story told in perfectly pitched rhythmic verse and vibrant, stylized illustrations. And what could be better than pressing out the cars on the cover flaps, and joining the race on the end papers?
By Elizabeth Dale
Rory decides to make a robot, but he also makes a lot of mess. Mum is not happy when she finds out!The Tiddlers series features fun stories with a word count of fewer than 50 words for children who are just starting to read.A word list at the start of the book allows you to check the child's ability to decode and understand each word before reading, providing a fully supported first reading experience. And a puzzle at the end of the story encourages rereading for pleasure.
Ruby's SO Rude
By Judith Heneghan, Jack Hughes
Ruby is a rude dragon. She pushes and grabs, won't say sorry and hurts the other dragons' feelings. But something stops her in her tracks and makes her realise she is upsetting her friends. Can she learn to behave politely after all?Read about good manners and behaviour in these delightful stories.
By Jack Hughes
Rex has to wear glasses, but sometimes he wishes he didn't have to. So one day, he decides to go out without them. But oh no! What's that ahead? Watch out, Rex!This engaging story helps all children to understand what it is like to wear glasses, why some people like wearing them and yet others don't, and how friends can help you when you feel upset. It's the ideal book for a child who wears glasses, and also a useful classroom resource to help explain why some people wear glasses and others don't.
Red Riding Hood and the Sweet Little Wolf
By Rachael Mortimer, Liz Pichon
Little Wolf doesn't want to be a big bad wolf. She dreams of being good and kind. But when she is sent out to catch dinner and meets Red Riding Hood, what will she do? From the team behind the popular The Three Billy Goats Fluff, as seen on CBeebies, comes a fun, light-hearted twist on the fairy tale. Any child that's familiar with the original will find plenty of giggles here. Written by Liz Pichon, the creator of the phenomenal number one bestseller The Brilliant World of Tom Gates."... colourful twist on the classic fairytale." Practical Parenting & Pregnancy
Rocket Ship / The Planet
By Anna Cunningham
The aliens would love to explore, but first they need to build a rocket. Then they can set off to explore a new planet!Talk a Story is a series of wordless books designed to build visual and language skills by encouraging children to describe the stories in their own words.
A Rainbow Shopping Day
By Vivian French, Selina Young
Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Jason and his little sister Daisy B go shopping, help wash the car, and splash about in the bath in this fun and accessible story, perfect for early readers.
A Royal Ballet
By Emma Thomson
Pearl is an ordinary girl - but she has a very extraordinary secret. She is a real sea princess! The Prima Ballerinas are holding auditions to join their show. All the princesses practise hard, except for Princess Lyria who already thinks she is the best. Will Pearl fulfil her dream of becoming a ballet star Princess Pearl brings together all the essential elements of a little girl's imagination - princesses, friendship and a touch of magic! Collect all four eBooks: A Birthday Ball, A Friend to Treasure, and A Fashion Fairytale.'... the book gets five stars...' A Parent
Rampage in Prince's Garden
By Francesca Simon, Emily Bolam
Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Prince the poodle is away, leaving his secret garden free for the rest of the Buffin Street Gang to explore. After all, he'll never even know they've been there . . . will he?