By Pat-a-Cake, Lauren Holowaty, Dottie Lottie
This is a great book for all children who love to create amazing pictures. It's crammed with different Christmas scenes to decorate, from Santa's workshop, to a cosy fireside and a huge fold-out snow scene - there are plenty of places for snowmen, presents, reindeer and Christmas trees to feel at home! Simple activities like matching and spotting games as well as well as lots of colouring add to the fun.Frustration-free, easy-peel stickers will be very popular with little ones. No more torn edges and fiddly sticker sheets! Each one is different. The only problem will be which to choose! Also available: Big Stickers for Tiny Hands: Things That Go, Farm, Out and About, Wild Animals
Colour with Splosh!
By David Melling
This bright, bold, rhyming story from the creator of Hugless Douglas is a wonderfully funny introduction to colours for the very young and great to read aloud.Small children will fall in love with Splosh as he searches for his fluffy duck friends and discovers colours along the way!Don't miss Splosh! - the first book in the series and a brilliant introduction to counting.Praise for Hugless Douglas: 'A new Hugless Douglas book is always a cause for celebration. Daily Mail
By Pat-a-Cake, Villie Karabatzia
Help toddlers discover and learn about the world around them with these essential board books.Colours helps busy, curious toddlers explore their world and develop their vocabulary by introducing lots of wonderful colour words. This robust board book will withstand many happy hours of looking, holding, exploring and reading, while the playful, witty illustrations will be loved by parents and children alike. A brilliant fold-out surprise at the end adds a fun recap of all the learning in the book. Also available: 123, Animals, ABC
By Roger Hargreaves
Count along with Count Worm!Enjoy learning about numbers with some fun and flexible worms! Roger Hargreaves was the bestselling creator of the Mr Men series. Count Worm was first published by Hodder Children's Books in 1980.
By Annabelle Lynch
Read about the exciting world of castles in this new series of non-fiction readers.Leapfrog Learners offer fun facts in accessible text, perfect for building reading confidence.
Clap Your Hands
By Kate Ruttle
Clap Your Hands looks at the different sounds that you can make using your body, to support the teaching of reading using phonics.
By Kes Gray, Mary Mcquillan
A witty and warm tell-the-time book, created by Kes Gray, author of the bestselling Oi Frog, and Mary McQuillan.Cluck O' Clock is a tell-the-time book with a difference. It recounts a day in the life of a group of chickens - each with individual and distinct personalities - as they fill their lives with food, exercise, visiting - and waiting for the fox.Teaches children to tell the time in a fun, but informative way.'... teachers and librarians will be happy to give this tale a few minutes in story hours about chickens or clocks'. - Kirkus Reviews
Charlie and Lola's Clothes
By Lauren Child
Learn all about Lola's favourite clothes in this fabulously funny first concept board book.
Commotion In The Ocean
By Giles Andreae, David Wojtowycz
This chunky board book edition of a bestselling picture book is packed with favourite sea creatures. So come into the ocean for a noisy, rhyming animal romp your little ones will love!
The Chimpanzees of Happy Town
By Giles Andreae, Guy Parker-Rees
A feel-good picture book from the creative duo behind the best-selling Giraffes Can't Dance.Life is no fun for the chimps in Drabsville - the mayor demands that all their houses look the same and that no one should have a good time. But things take a more colourful turn when Chutney the chimpanzee arrives, carrying a tiny seed in a box...Follow the story of Chutney, as he and his beautiful tree help to spread colour and happiness throughout the town, in this positive story about caring for other people, and for the surrounding environment. Children will love joining in with Giles Andreae's bouncy, rhyming text and spotting all the humorous details in Guy Parker Rees's bright, bold illustrations.