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  • Feathered Friends

    By Pat-a-Cake
    Authors:
    Pat-a-Cake
    PJ masks are on their way, into the night to save the day! By day, they are Connor, Greg and Amaya, but by night they are Catboy, Gekko and Owlette, the PJ Masks. Join them in this super-cool adventure story book based on the episode 'Feathered Friends' - Owlette really wants a pet, but when a bird arrives in the PJ Masks' HQ, Owlette gets more than she bargained for. Luna Girl has been up to something, and the PJ Masks must work together - and with Birdy - to save the day. PJ Masks all shout hooray! Also available: PJ Masks: Mayhem at the Museum and PJ Masks: Into the Night Glow-in-the-Dark sticker book PJ Masks (c) Frog Box / Entertainment One UK Limited / Walt Disney EMEA Productions Limited 2014
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    Fussy Freda

    By Julia Jarman, Fred Blunt
    Authors:
    Julia Jarman
    Illustrated by:
    Fred Blunt
    A Hilaire Belloc-esque cautionary tale for fussy eaters - you'd better eat up!Dinnertime isn't easy in Freda's house.Mum cooks beans. YUK!Grandma cooks fish and chips. YUK!Dad cooks crispy duck. YUK! YUK! YUK!There just isn't any pleasing Fussy Freda. But her cat is not so fussy - and this causes a culinary catastrophe!This deliciously funny story will have toddlers calling out for more, and more, and MORE!Read more about award-winning Julia at http://www.juliajarman.com/Find out more about Fred Blunt at http://fredbluntillustration.com/
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    Friends for a Day

    By Neal Layton
    Authors:
    Neal Layton
    Clever and wonderfully original - a celebration of friendship, kindness and living life to the full.A reissue of this award-winning picture book by Neal Layton. Winner of the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award. Bartholomew leads a quiet life. But he is a kindly sort of bear, so when his new friend, the Bug, is in a tremendous hurry to find the bright lights, he decides to help him on his way. Bear soon finds himself in the big city, which is like nothing he's ever known before. But why is Bug in such a hurry?'A life-affirming story, gloriously illustrated' Julia Eccleshare'Wonderfully messy, child-friendly drawings against hip, graphic backgrounds' Daily Mail
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  • Feeling Worried

    By Kay Barnham, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    This lovely picturebook story tells the story of a small child helping others who are worried, before finding out that they're worried too.Illustrating scenarios of why children become frightened will help readers to identify their feelings and work out the best way to deal with this emotion.Ideal for home or classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with this feeling.This book is part of a series of stories about feelings and emotions for children aged between 4 and 8. Other titles are: Feeling Angry, Feeling Frightened, Feeling Jealous, Feeling Sad and Feeling Shy.Illustrated by the ever-popular and award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.
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  • Feeling Shy

    By Kay Barnham, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    This lovely picturebook story tells the story of a small child helping others who feel shy, before finding themselves in a situation that makes them feel shy too.Illustrating scenarios of why children become frightened will help readers to identify their feelings and work out the best way to deal with this emotion.Ideal for home or classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with this feeling.This book is part of a series of stories about feelings and emotions for children aged between 4 and 8. Other titles are: Feeling Angry, Feeling Frightened, Feeling Jealous, Feeling Sad and Feeling WorriedIllustrated by the ever-popular and award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.
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  • Feeling Frightened

    By Kay Barnham
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    This lovely picturebook story tells the story of a small child helping others who are frightened, before finding out that they're frightened too.Illustrating scenarios of why children become frightened will help readers to identify their feelings and work out the best way to deal with this emotion.Ideal for home or classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with this feeling.Illustrated by the ever-popular and award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.This book is part of a series of stories about feelings and emotions for children aged between 4 and 8. Other titles are: Feeling Angry, Feeling Jealous, Feeling Sad, Feeling Shy and Feeling Worried
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  • Feeling Jealous

    By Kay Barnham, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    This lovely story follows the day of one small boy who tries to help friends and family who are feeling jealous, but then ends up feeling jealous himself and having to follow his own advice.Illustrating scenarios of why people get angry will help readers to identify their feelings and work out the best way to deal with this emotion.Ideal for home or classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with feelings.This book is part of a series of stories about feelings and emotions for children aged between 4 and 8. Other titles are: Feeling Angry, Feeling Frightened, Feeling Sad, Feeling Shy and Feeling WorriedIllustrated by the ever-popular and award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.
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  • Feeling Angry

    By Katie Douglass
    Authors:
    Katie Douglass
    Harry, wakes up to an angry dad running late for work and Harry helps the dad to calm down and take his time instead of rushing. At school, a small boy is angry with another child for taking his toy, so Harry helps them to take turns and keep calm. At home, Harry's sister, Susie, has a tantrum because she wants to eat a biscuit but her mum says no because it's nearly teatime. Harry helps to distract his sister and explain why she shouldn't be angry with her mum. He also helps his mum to count to ten so that she isn't angry with Susie! However, at bedtime, Harry isn't ready to go to bed and it's his turn to get angry. Time for his family to take Harry's advice and help him manage his feelings.Illustrating scenarios of why people get angry will help children to identify their feelings and work out the best way to deal with this emotion.Ideal for home or classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with anger.Illustrated by the ever-popular and award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.This book is part of a series of stories about feelings and emotions for 4 to 8-year-old children. Other titles are: Feeling Frightened, Feeling Jealous, Feeling Sad, Feeling Shy and Feeling Worried
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  • Farm

    By Pat-a-Cake, Rebecca Gerlings, Ramon Olivera
    Authors:
    Pat-a-Cake, Rebecca Gerlings
    Illustrated by:
    Ramon Olivera
    How do you harvest thousands of potatoes? How do you make a sheep sit still while it's being sheared? What do sheepdogs do all day? Kit and Pup, two inquisitive and friendly characters, will accompany very young children on a voyage of discovery as they peek beneath the flaps to learn all about life on the farm. Jam-packed with detail, this busy book both informs and entertains curious preschoolers who are just beginning to learn about the world around them. Also available: Town and About: Building Site
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  • Fred

    By Mick Inkpen, Chloe Inkpen
    Authors:
    Mick Inkpen
    Illustrated by:
    Chloe Inkpen
    A follow-up to I Will Love You Anyway, this touching rhyming story is full of friendship and tail wagging and will touch a chord with all children who love pets - by the bestselling author of the Kipper and Wibbly Pig series.'Fetch!' and 'Sit!' and 'Stay!' I understand them all. Those are the words I know. But what is 'Fred'?Fred the dog may not know his name yet or how to stay out of trouble but one little boy will love him no matter what.Praise for Mick Inkpen:'You simply cannot fail to win smiles with a new book about Kipper.' Daily Mail'The charmingly comical Inkpen, as always, hits the spot.' GuardianPraise for Zoe and Beans:'These books will become well-loved members of any child's book collection.' CarouselFor activities, competitions and other fun stuff check out www.chloeinkpen.comMick Inkpen has been a bestselling children's author for over 25 years. He is one of today's most popular picture book author/illustrators and the famous creator of both Kipper and Wibbly Pig. Mick has won the Children's Book Award for Threadbear and the British Book Award twice, for Penguin Small and Lullabyhullaballoo. Kipper won a BAFTA for Best Animated Film. It wasn't until Mick became a father that he began his career in children's books. Now father and daughter have come together for a unique and exciting picture book partnership. Chloë Inkpen grew up surrounded by picture books and has a natural gift for storytelling. A love of language and art saw her swap an English degree course at Nottingham University for a degree in Illustration at the Glasgow School of Art. In her final year Chloë was awarded second place in the Macmillan Prize for Illustration. Chloë's events in schools, libraries and festivals across the UK regularly receive glowing reviews. Mick and Chloë are the co-creators of Hole in the Zoo, the Fred series and the Zoe and Beans series.
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    Fergus Barnaby Goes on Holiday

    By David Barrow
    Authors:
    David Barrow
    Fergus Barnaby and his parents try to leave for their holidays in this wonderfully entertaining debut picture book.A heart-warming, stylish and delightfully funny celebration of friendship and kindness in the heart of the big city, from Sebastian Walker Award winner David Barrow.Fergus Barnaby is going on holiday. He has packed his suitcase... but there's something missing.He has lent his bucket and spade to Fred!And his swimming goggles to Emily Rose!And his kite to Teddy!Off he goes to fetch them again and again - will the holiday ever begin? David was shortlisted for the Waterstone's Children's Book Prize 2016 with Have You Seen My Elephant.Visit him at davebarrowillustration.co.uk and follow him at @DaveBarrow3.
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  • Friendship Fun Colouring Book

    Join all your favourite My Little Pony friends for hours of colouring fun!This pony-tastic book features lots of pretty pony pictures, just waiting for a touch of colour. So grab your pens and pencils and take a colourful trip into the magical land of Equestria - a world of creativity, imagination, friendship and fun! Includes a sheet of pony stickers to make your pictures even more special.Keep colouring with: My Little Pony Colouring Fun and My Little Pony Sticker Colouring BookAs seen on Tiny Pop and PopTV.
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  • Fluttershy and the Perfect Pet

    Little ones will love this simple and exciting board book story, featuring favourite My Little Pony characters.Fluttershy is friends with all the animals in Equestria - but can she find the best pet ever for Rainbow Dash? Look out for baby bunnies, tortoises and even a flamingo!With a gentle message about friendship and helping others, 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
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  • Fairytale Frankie and the Mermaid Escapade

    By Greg Gormley, Steven Lenton
    Authors:
    Greg Gormley
    Illustrated by:
    Steven Lenton
    A fun-filled seaside caper full of favourite fairytale characters, with a positive message about overcoming worries and anxiety.When Fairytale Frankie meets a worried mermaid, a wizard lifeguard, a surfing prince and a talking parrot, she knows it's going to be an unusual day at the beach. Everyone needs Frankie's help - the scary sea monster is coming, and no one knows what to do! Can the fairytale friends learn to be big and brave together?This funny, fast-paced story is a visual feast - a real treat from one of the most exciting contemporary artists working today, illustrator of the much-loved top seller Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam.
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    Frankie and Finn

    By Klay Lamprell, Mark Lamprell, Lucinda Gifford
    Authors:
    Klay Lamprell, Mark Lamprell
    Illustrated by:
    Lucinda Gifford
    Frankie is worried about moving house. Finn the fish is worried about the mysterious five-headed monster reaching into his pond. When these two meet, they make each other's lives a whole lot brighter.A story about discovering that different doesn't always mean scary - sometimes you just have to take a closer look.
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  • From Ghosts to Pirates

    By Greg Farshtey
    Authors:
    Greg Farshtey
    The second in an epic LEGO ® graphic novel series of new stories and action-packed adventures following the Masters of Spinjitzu. Features exclusive content and bonus pages that hold more secrets, codes, and maps of the world of Ninjago. ©2015 The LEGO Group
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  • Fun with Friends Sticker Activity

    By Enid Blyton
    Authors:
    Enid Blyton
    A fun-filled activity book - with fabulous stickers - to entertain fans of the brand-new CGI TV Noddy Toyland Detective series, screening on Milkshake every morning.Noddy is Toyland's new detective. If there's something lost, missing or unusual happening in Toyland, Noddy and his friends Bumpy Dog and Revs the Car are the investigating dream team who find out what's going on and how to make things right. With the help of his Who-What-Where book, Noddy asks questions and uncovers clues to solve the mystery and save the day.
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    Finding Winnie: The Story of the Real Bear Who Inspired Winnie-the-Pooh

    By Lindsay Mattick, Sophie Blackall
    Authors:
    Lindsay Mattick
    Illustrated by:
    Sophie Blackall
    Before there was Winnie-the-Pooh, there was a real bear named Winnie. Here begins the moving true story of the real bear named Winnie adopted by soldiers during World War 1, and the inspiration behind the nation's best-loved bear, Winnie-the-Pooh. In 1914, Harry Colebourn, a vet on his way to tend horses in World War 1, followed his heart and rescued a baby bear. He named her Winnie, and he took her to war. Harry Colebourn's real-life great-granddaughter tells the true story of a remarkable friendship and an even more remarkable journey - from the fields of Canada to an army base in England . . . and finally to London Zoo, where Winnie made another new friend - a boy named Christopher Robin Milne. . .Finding Winnie was the winner of the 2016 Caldecott Medal!
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  • Favourite Mixed Up Fairy Tales

    By Hilary Robinson, Sarah Horne
    Authors:
    Hilary Robinson
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Horne
    First came the phenomenal bestselling Mixed up Fairy Tales with sales over 100,000 copies to date, and now comes More Mixed up Fairy Tales! This ingenious split-page, spiral bound book lets you create your own hilarious versions of the most-loved rhymes. What would happen if the Pied Piper grew long hair and flew away with a yellow brick road? The total number of mix ups is 1728 combinations! Includes: The Pied Piper, The Little Mermaid, Pinocchio, Rapunzel, Tom Thumb, Rumpstiltskin, The Gingerbread Man, Robin Hood, Thumbelina, Hansel and Gretel and The Frog Prince.Praise for Mixed Up Fairy Tales: 'Variations enough for plenty of delightfully silly combinations.' - Guardian
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    Follow Me!

    By Ellie Sandall
    Authors:
    Ellie Sandall
    Full of fun and energy, this rhythmic, rhyming story by bright star Ellie Sandall stars some mischievous lemurs.It's time to wake up!Come down from the tree.Follow me, follow me, follow me!Follow the lemurs on their adventure through the jungle - what happens when they meet a snappy crocodile?'Lyrically written, Follow Me has a mesmeric quality that leaves you wanting to enjoy multiple consecutive readings. A real gem.' Huffington Post
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